Ozone

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Ozone or O3 is a unstable gas that is comprised of three oxygen atoms.[1] It is used to perform the oxidizing therapy.

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  1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3312702/
  2. Tirelli, Umberto; Cirrito, Cinzia; Pavanello, Martina; Lleshi, Arben; Franzini, Marianno (Jul 25, 2018). "OXYGEN-OZONE THERAPY IS A POTENTIALLY EFFECTIVE THERAPY IN CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME: RESULTS OF AN ITALIAN STUDY IN 65 PATIENTS". GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS. 7 (5). 

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