Is too much ozone harmful to the human body?

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Is too much ozone harmful to the human body?

Like most things, ozone is best used in moderate amounts. Many countries pass laws limiting the amount of ozone that can be released into the air. The OSHA's tolerence level is 0.05 ppm. Cashido's products have been proven by SGS test results to release 0.01 ppm, well under the legal limit. Furthermore Cashido's Ozone Antibacterial Sanitizer includes an auto shut off feature that will turn off the system after ten minutes of inactivity. This further reduces the amount of ozone released. Consumers are advised to only select ozone products that meet stringent health criteria and safety standards.

Scholars have pointed out that overly high concentrations of ozone will cause pollution. FDA standards for ozone tolerance levels in the workplace are 0.05 ppm. Places that require better oxygen such as hospitals have an ozone tolerance level of 0.03 ppm. According to SGS test results, when continuously used for 10 minutes the amount of ozone released into the air is under 0.01 ppm. This is well within the safety standards set by IEC-335-2-65. Cashido's Ozone Antibacterial Sanitizer will not exceed the standard of 0.05 ppm. Cashido's products are proven to be a safe, effective way of removing bacteria and pesticides in your food.

Ozone inhibits bacteria growth, keeps food fresh, deodorizes and kills viruses. Different amounts of ozone concentration are needed for different applications. Too much ozone is harmful to the human body and one should always keep this in mind.