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Glass Respiratory Ozone Therapy Kit
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Ozone Glass Respiratory Therapy Kit for Ozone Respiratory Therapies beneficial for people suffering from Asthma, Bronchial dysfunctions, Headaches and Migraines, and with all blood oxygen deprivation conditions.
Glass Respiratiry Ozone Therapy Kit intended for Ozone Respiratory Therapies. Breathing Therapy or Inhalations may be beneficial for people suffering from Asthma, Bronchial dysfunctions, Headaches and Migraines, and with all blood oxygen deprivation conditions.
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Nasal Cannula- 2p
500 ml Medical Glass Flask
Tubing with Male Luer connector
Mix of Essential Oils for Respiratory Conditions (for mixing with Olive Oil)
Ozone Breathing Therapy Instructions
Attention: Pure Ozone is toxic gas and can damage the lungs!!! Never inhale pure ozone!
In order to reach healing effect to your body low amounts of ozone must be bubbled through certain oils mixture. This process will create a blood plasma oxygen saturation condition that by-passes Red Blood Cells dysfunction and peripheral tissue oxygen deprivation.
Ozone therapy consists of the introduction of ozone into the body via various methods, usually involving its mixture with various gases and liquids before injection, with potential routes including the vagina, rectum, intramuscular (in a muscle), subcutaneously (under the skin), or intravenously (directly into veins). Ozone can also be introduced via autohemotherapy, in which blood is drawn from the patient, exposed to ozone and re-injected into the patient.
Ozone therapy as a safe and low-cost method, could provide promising results among women with mild to moderate CTS, at least for short-term treatment according to latest study has been done in 2019.
The United States Food and Drug Administration initially stated in 1976, and reiterated its position in 2006, that when inhaled, ozone is a toxic gas which has no demonstrated safe medical application, though their position statements primarily deal with its potential for causing inflammation and pulmonary edema in the lungs. They also emphasize that in order for ozone to be effective as a germicide, it must be present at concentrations far greater than can be safely tolerated by humans or other animals. More recent reviews have highlighted that different routes of administration may result in different therapeutic and side effect profiles, though a statistically robust meta analysis of available research has not been performed to date.