Ozone Therapy at Home and How to Do It

Ozone Therapy at Home?

Would you like to start performing ozone therapy at home? Is that possible? Is it safe? How do I get started?  If these are some of the questions your asking about performing ozone therapy at home, then I hope to get you those answers. You see, ozone therapy isn’t something that is new and without scientific backing. Ozone therapy has been around since the early 1900’s and has hundreds of studies on the topic. In the past, the only way to take advantage of this awesome therapy was to make an appointment at the clinic and take time out of your day to go. However, now, you have the opportunity to do ozone therapy at home! How you may ask? Check out the O3 Vets Hummingbird Kit!


How Easy is it Really?

It’s really, really easy! For most of you, I’m sure, you’re new to ozone therapy and may not know a lot about it. I would encourage you to do some googling and watch some you tube videos for some general information. Also, check out our info center at the top of the screen to get a whole host of information! We have general information about ozone therapy, the uses of it, and the different modes of application.

Now, to answer the question directly. Ozone therapy doesn’t require any complicated equipment. All you really need is an oxygen tank and ozone generator to get started!

What do I need?

In order to start producing ozone, you’ll need  the following items:

  1.  Ozone generator
  2. Oxygen cylinder
  3. Pediatric Oxygen Regulator
  4. Oxygen Tubing

These items will only get you started producing ozone. You’ll need other items to get you started with producing ozone therapy at home. People often spend much time doing research and trying to find the correct information and equipment. It can be very overwhelming!

Luckily, we have everything you need just in a small kit called the Hummingbird Kit! In this kit, you’ll have everything you need to do ozone therapy at home.

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Sams Mom
Sams Mom
1 year ago

I am interested in doing this at home with my little 7.5 lb Shitzu. He has already had ozone treatment from a licensed acupuncturist. She is the only one in the state that does it with humans and animals. I’d have to travel 1 1/2 hour one way for treatments . He was paralyzed and after one treatment the very next morning started to try and walk. He has a lot of inflammation from this injury . We believe he has a slipped disc. Swimming has helped also which I have to drive 20 mins one way for that also!… Read more »

Jeanette Pearce
Jeanette Pearce
1 year ago

I’m interested in knowing about this.

11 months ago

How or would your Home Kit (Hummingbird) work for using Ozone treatment to fight my pug’s melanoma which is impacting the right jaw tissue? I have personally had Ozone treatment from my dentist which involved numbing my mouth, and having tiny drilled spots where x-rays showed pockets, to get rid of the toxic material that build up in the pockets of our jaw bone. It occurred to me that Ozone therapy might very well help my pug with his cancer. It might not cure it, but it might slow it down and give him a better, longer quality of life… Read more »

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