Local Medical and Industrial Grade Oxygen Tanks for Rectal Ozone

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LymeDocSearch
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   Posted 12/27/2017 9:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Does anyone know of a local company that leases/rents out Medical and Grade Industrial Oxygen tanks? I reside in Delaware County, PA.

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magoo2
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   Posted 12/27/2017 10:16 PM (GMT -6)   
I think you can use industrial O2 for RI.

ArtAngel
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   Posted 12/28/2017 12:36 AM (GMT -6)   
I buy industrial grade 02. You will find medical grade more expensive and you will need a script for it. There is only the smallest difference between the two so most people using ozone therapy are purchasing industrial grade oxygen.

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   Posted 12/28/2017 5:45 AM (GMT -6)   
I recently added ozone sauna to my life. I bought a sauna off amazon ($100.00). Real easy and real cheap and it seems to be a very powerful therapy to do along with rectal ozone. Its also a very powerful detox. If you are doing ozone I think you should consider adding the sauna.

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   Posted 12/28/2017 8:19 AM (GMT -6)   
magoo2 said...
I recently added ozone sauna to my life. I bought a sauna off amazon ($100.00). Real easy and real cheap and it seems to be a very powerful therapy to do along with rectal ozone. Its also a very powerful detox. If you are doing ozone I think you should consider adding the sauna.


Magoo,

Can you tell me which model of sauna you bought? For $100 I assume it's a portable one. I thought about buying one a year ago but was concerned about chemical smells in the materials. I have chemical sensitivities and mold. I have not been able to access a sauna at all. I found out a YMCA nearby had a sauna and checked it out a week ago, but I did not feel comfortable in the building. I'm sure there was mold, and I saw evidence of water damage in the locker room where the sauna is, plus there were all sorts of smells throughout the building, presumably off-gassing of equipment and such.

magoo2
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   Posted 12/28/2017 8:34 AM (GMT -6)   
Its a cheap model from dursage-search amazon. It even feels cheap. If I do it again I may look to spend up a bit but even the cheap model is a great therapy

LymeDocSearch
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   Posted 12/28/2017 9:35 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you for the Industrial Oxygen tip. If anyone here is from Delaware County, PA who knows where I can purchase Industrial Oxygen, please let me know. Regarding Sauna, I purchased the best portable Sauna on the market, which is the Therasage360. Through much research, this one has the least EMR/EMF. The owners Robbie and Melody have been great at answering any questions, and unfortunately, they lost their daughter to Lyme Disease.

magoo2
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   Posted 12/28/2017 12:06 PM (GMT -6)   
Do not use ozone with sauna unless your head is outside the sauna-FYI

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   Posted 12/28/2017 1:56 PM (GMT -6)   
Look for a Welding supply company in your area. Most industrial oxygen is used for welding purposes. In my case I buy my oxygen from the local hardware store. I live in a rural area.
You lease the tank over a period of a year and go in and swap it for a full one when the oxygen runs out. I get one refill a year and have to pay to fill the tank if it runs out sooner and it will if you have an ozone sauna.
You will need an industrial tank regulator, the companies that sell ozone equipment have them.
I found when I mentioned that I was using the oxygen for medical purposes one oxygen supply company refused to help me. So don't think you can ask them a lot of questions. They are happy to help the trades. But for medical purposes they know nothing that can help you and may refuse to deal with you.
My tank is a D2 size, I can only just lift it and carry it around. I am in Australia the US has a different size system.
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