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Oct 20, 2009
11:23 AM
Hi - I just fell off the proverbial turnip truck when it comes to ozone, H2O2 and let's just throw in some colloidal silver for good measure.

I briefly glanced over your products and am happy I found your site.

I have emphysema most likely from smoking for 34 years. I quit 5 years ago.

I have been taking 8 drops of 35% H2O2 in 8 oz of distilled water (which I know isn't what this site is focused on, but cleansing is cleansing) up to 3 times daily.

Lately occasionally I get a whiff of what seems to smell like cigarettes or nicotine or whatever on my hands. Have you heard of this happening? Could it be my lungs are in the process of removing the tar?

Thanks in advance,
9 posts
Oct 22, 2009
11:47 AM
Kudos to you for cleansing, and H2O2 IMHO is a good way to do it.
In my experience with the H2O2 cleanse, stuff from the past definitely came up all over again. I think this is perhaps what you are experiencing.Whatever habits/dis-eases/etc we have had in the past tend to resurface temporarily only to be permanently removed in the process. It is very possible that the tar in the lungs is being removed. Quite possibly the emphysema will take a hike as well in time.
Keep up the good work!
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Oct 22, 2009
12:04 PM
Thank you for the encouraging words. I felt this was the case, but at the same time it was totally weird to experience.

Now for a question I'm guessing is more up your alley. My dad just finished assembling parts for an ozone device for ozonating water. It uses an ozone generator that doesn't specifically state it's for medical use. The original thought was to have it to make drinkable ozonated water, ozonated olive oil and to also be used as needed for a foot spa, or even for cleaning vegetables that won't fit in the Lotus system we have.

I now know it can take up to 3 or 4 weeks to make ozonated olive oil so perhaps I really don't want to be that self sufficient.

I also wanted to get glass nebulizer for breathing ozone through olive oil but only if it's safe with the generator we have.

I would appreciate any thoughts you have on this.

Last Edited by on Oct 22, 2009 12:06 PM
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Oct 22, 2009
1:44 PM
Hi Paul,

It uses room air. We do have several ionic breeze room air devices but no air dryer per se.

4 posts
Oct 22, 2009
9:53 PM
Hi Paul,

Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. Very helpful indeed.

During our (Dad and me) research of oxygen therapies etc, Dad kind of likes the thought of drinking ozonated water. We did read somewhere that using a stone diffuser was not recommended due to imparting undesirable into the water. I believe your stainless steel diffuser is what prompted me to ask more questions.

Would the nitric acid you mentioned be a problem with drinking freshly ozonated water?

And finally the question that I need answered is... What is the best choice between 35% H2O2 diluted in distilled water or freshly ozonated water for internal use? Dad thinks the ozonated water has more oxygen, I say both are equal in as much as both have one extra oxygen molecule chomping at the bit.

Having come in contact with the freshly ozonated water the Lotus system makes I know it doesn't sting like 35% H2O2 diluted down 9 parts distilled water to 1 part H2O2.

Oh and yes... how long before you have the nebulizers?

Thanks in advance for your assistance,
12 posts
Oct 26, 2009
11:44 AM
Stone diffusers are OK because the good ones are made from a block of porous stone. the only glues used are to attach the hose barb to the stone. The ones to avoid are the heat processed cheap ceramic ones (aquarium diffusers) which are bonded together by glue. The glue breaks down with ozone and causes impurities in the water.
Glass and stainless diffusers are the best.
For all the time it takes to ozonate a glass of water or even a gallon of water, the amount of nitric acid produced is miniscule so it is not a problem. Where nitric acid becomes a problem is when you're ozonating a small amount of liquid (like an oil) for a very long time.
You can get a much higher concentration of nascent oxygen in a glass of water using H2O2 but I doubt if you would want to drink it. Not only would it taste absolutely horrible but it could burn tender tissues. Personally I prefer ozonated water made with a very strong ozonator using pure O2 as a feed gas. 9 to 1 dilution is greater than 3% H2O2. I sure wouldn't drink that.
I just got a message that the nebulizers were shipped today, so they should be in by next week for sure.

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