Acids in stomach dissolve O3 bond

by Dentist
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When O3 dissolved in water enters the stomach, the acids in the stomach fluid will immediately rupture the O3 bond thus leaving oxygen and a free radical in the stomach, which gets an instant reaction with whatever is in the stomach. O3 never gets to the bloodstream or any other part of the body.

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