Ozone Concentration Chart
A ozone generator can produce medical ozone in varying concentrations.
The quantity of ozone in comparison with the quantity of oxygen in the gas flow is called percent concentration.
It is measured in micrograms (ug) of ozone per millilitre (or cc) of the mixture. A litre of oxygen weighs 1.4 grams.
0.5% x 1.4 gm = 7 ug/cc
1.0% x 1.4 gm = 14ug/cc
1.5% x 1.4 gm = 21ug/cc
2.0% x 1.4 gm = 28ug/cc
2.5% x 1.4 gm = 35ug/cc
3.0% x 1.4 gm = 42ug/cc
3.5% x 1.4 gm = 49ug/cc
4.0% x 1.4 gm = 56ug/cc
4.5% x 1.4 gm = 63ug/cc
5.0% x 1.4 gm = 70ug/cc
5% or 70 ug/cc is considered to be the upper limit of concentration for internal use of medical ozone.
Dr. Greenberg of the Kief Clinic has shown, in vitro, that at concentrations of 90 ug/cc there was crimping of red blood cells which was definitely harmful. Experiments by F. Sweet et al have shown inhibition of growth in healthy cells at concentrations above 72 ug/cc. If we stay below that level, we will have no problems.
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