Where does it come from?
Ozone has been around since the earth was created. It is transitional. It happens momentarily. And it continually repeats itself as long as the sun shines.
Ozone is produced constantly. It starts at ground level. Plants and plankton make oxygen which, being the lightest of the gasses we breathe, rises upwards towards the Ozone layer. Once there, the sun blasts the top of the oxygen layer through its UV rays, creating Ozone which then falls back to earth as it is heavier than the air we breathe.
And so the cycle continues. Up down up down. This is normally how the oxygen we breathe is produced, cleaned and recycled.
Sadly, pollution has destroyed many of our natural resources and it is estimated that the air we breathe today (of course, dependant on where you live) contains only around 21% Oxygen. That is not enough to keep pathogens, viruses, bacteria and toxins at bay.
At The Ozone Pod, we use a specialised piece of equipment to recreate nature's electrifying method of creating Ozone. This then distributes Ozone at various rates into the pO3d in which we place the patient for their hyperthermia therapy session.