ozonate

o·zo·na·tion

 (ō′zə-nā′shən)
n.
The process or act of treating with ozone, often as part of a purification process.

o′zo·nate′ v.

ozonate

(ˈəʊzəʊˌneɪt)
vb (tr)
(Environmental Science) to add ozone to
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Once the humidity levels are at a consistent level of 42 to 58 percent indoors, then ozonate room by room.
If we ozonate from beginning to end, we might end up with a totally different product--one with a shelf life previously unheard of in the food industry.
The self-contained unit will ozonate more than 6000 gallons of water daily using oxygen and ozone generators, and an inline ultraviolet lamp.
When you have pain you have an accumulation of hydrogen, this brings the oxygen because it ozonates the tissues in the blood.
When you have pain you have an accumulation of hydrogen, this brings the oxygen due to the fact that it ozonates the tissues in the blood.