Ozone Ear Insufflation - How To Clear Your Head

Ozone Therapy Made Easy

Many people reading this blog are already familiar with the benefits of ozone therapy and all the science which backs up this discipline.

One lesser known but quick and convenient to perform protocol is ear insufflation or EI. For those who already have their home ozone therapy equipment, all you need is this ozone resistant custom made stethoscope.

Ear Insufflation (EI) is a home ozone therapy protocol designed to deliver ozone gas to the body in a way that provides a localised benefit, specifically targeting the brain and facial area.

How can Ozone Ear Insufflation help?

People have reported success using EI as a complementary therapy to support their healing with conditions including temporary relief from brain fog and mood swings, headache, migraine and sinus infections.

Long term customer and ozone enthusiast Anthony Scott reports treating his mum and other friends with Ozone Ear Insufflation:

"Works really well, in general I have found that for myself, my mum Nancy Scott and others that sore throats feel better straight away. Great for general well being and keeping flus away. We had great results in treating covid, finding that it was a very quick and easy to do treatment. You only need to do for few minutes. Keep up the terrific work Kim and the Natural Ozone team". 

All you need to do is connect the stethoscope to the OZONODE medical ozone generator and let it run for the specified time, usually only a few minutes.

This video outlines the conditions that EI can support, the equipment needed to administer EI and how to perform EI safely and effectively at home.

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Video Transcript: 


Welcome to the Natural Ozone YouTube Channel. My name is Kim Saxton, director of Natural Ozone, a Kiwi company dedicated to helping you harness the many benefits of ozone.

Please note, this video is not intended as personal medical advice. For all medical issues, please consult your health professional. Ozone therapy does have a firm scientific basis, in fact there are over 11 000 scientific articles related to ozone therapy on the Pub Med data base in the USA.

In this video, we will discuss how to perform Ear insufflation, or EI as it is often known. 

Why perform Ear Insufflation (EI)?

EI is used in ozone therapy to introduce ozone into the brain and facial area. 

What conditions does EI support?

Please note: Natural Ozone do not claim that this protocol will cure any conditions. There is a wealth of scientific data which you can access through the Natural Ozone study library to help guide your decision making. We always recommend that you follow the advice of your chosen health practitioner.

People have reported success using EI as a complementary therapy to support their healing with conditions including temporary relief from brain fog and mood swings, headache, migraine and sinus infections.


Like with all ozone protocols, you should always start with a short session and low dose then gradually work up if you feel like the therapy is bringing benefit. You should slow down or desist with this protocol if you experience the following symptoms: Pain, itchiness, aural discharge, rash or tinnitus.

EI can be quite drying. Some people prefer to use a humidifier. For more information on using a humidifier with ozone therapy, see our video entitled “Home Ozone Therapy Protocols – How to Use a Humidifier” 

 Home ozone therapy equipment needed to perform EI

 To perform EI, you will need the following equipment: 

  • Natural Ozone Home Ozone Therapy Protocol Handbook
Ozone treatment protocols

 Oxygen bottles

  • Small fan or activated carbon mask
These items are available in our ozone therapy bundles. 

How to perform EI at home using medical home ozone therapy equipment

Connect the oxygen supply to the O2 in nozzle at the back of your Ozonode. We have separate videos on setting this up depending on whether you are using an oxygen concentrator or bottled oxygen. So, if this is the first time you are using your home ozone therapy equipment, please visit the appropriate video.


You will see that your OZONODE has a three-position switch marked M1, off, and M2. When we use the settings one to four, we have the switch on M1 and use the outlet marked O3 out 1

When we use the settings five or six, we turn the switch to M2 and the outlet marked O3 out 2.

Ensure that the ozonode is plugged in and switched on at the wall. Set the power switch to M1

Which level setting you will use depends on the concentration of ozone that you intend using.

This is measured in micrograms per litre, also called gamma.

Refer to the chart on your machine to determine which level and flow rate correspond with the gamma you require.

Please consult your health practitioner for personal medical advice. In the protocol handbook, we pass on the general advice from the Madrid Declaration on Ozone Therapy from the International Scientific Committee of Ozone Therapy.

It is always advised to start low and slowly build up the dosage over a long period of time. In this case, we are going to make medical ozone at 26 gamma with a flow rate of 1/8 litre/minute. Referring to the chart, we can see that we need the setting L1.

If you are using an oxygen concentrator, allow 5 minutes for it to warm up, then turn the knob on the low flow meter until the ball is hovering around 1/8.

If you are using a gas bottle, turn on the tap and then adjust the low flow regulator to 1/8

Press the button L1

Allow the machine to run for a couple of minutes to warm up.

Ozone gas is a lung irritant, so you don’t want to breathe in too much (although a small amount is considered safe.) Given that it is possible that a small amount of ozone can leak out of the ears, we recommend that you use either an activated carbon mask or else point a small fan towards your face during the insufflation.

I bought this one for a few dollars at the local hardware store.

Moisten the ear canals with a wet cotton bud or flannel

Place ear buds in the ears for the allotted time period as per your health professional’s advice.

In the Protocol Handbook, we recommend that you start with very short sessions of 1 to 3 minutes 2 to 3 times per week and monitor for any adverse reactions.

Remember to switch off the machines and turn off your oxygen supply.

Wash and sterilise the stethoscope before storing. 

For more information

If you have any questions or would just like more information, please visit our website naturalozone.co.nz, send us a message or just give us a call!

Remember, we are a service orientated Kiwi business and are always happy to give advice and support.

See you in the next video!