Ozonated olive oil was discovered quite by accident in the early 1900s, when breathing ozone through oil was used to treat tuberculosis.
Having being neglected for a long time, ozone therapy is making a huge comeback. In fact, ozone is used in over 20 countries in hospitals and clinics and ozonated oils are being researched around the world
The quality process?
There are major differences to be aware of when selecting the supply of ozonated olive oil – whilst the description might be the same the quality will vary considerably. An easy way to tell is by the density, if the oil is of a similar consistency to Vaseline this indicates a longer production process to say one with a consistency of syrup. It’s all down to the process with amount of medical oxygen used and the time taken to saturate the oil. Using organic vegetable oil to produce two litres of our ozonated olive oil takes 48 hours and uses around 2,000 litres of medical oxygen.
What is Ozonated Olive Oil used for?
Ozonated olive oil is a gel that can last for 10 years if kept refrigerated or around one year at room temperature. It is known to destroy bacteria, viruses, fungi, some parasites, venoms and poisons through oxidation, and helps stimulate new cell production through oxygenation.
Doctors have reported that ozonated oil speeds up the postoperative healing process by improving blood flow, reducing inflammation, preventing infection by sterilizing the wound and reducing pain.
You can ingest a teaspoon of ozonated olive oil once or twice a day and get a steady internal application of ozone.
According to research conducted by Dr. Hula Clark, in her book the lightly or partially ozonated olive oil may be utilized for ingestion and killing ascaris and tapeworms and to remove PCBs from the body.
Benefits of Ozonated Olive Oil Paste
Ozonated Olive Oil holds a variety of health benefits, but is most commonly used for conditions of the skin and external body, much as you would use a therapeutic salve or cream.
As a massage paste, the ozonide acts as an antioxidant, allowing lactic acid and toxins to be released from the pores of the skin. Other benefits and uses include:
· Stimulation of growth for skin cells
· Speeds up healing-time for skin wounds and ulcers
· Cleans and sterilizes the epidermis
· Reduces swelling and redness
· Calms the nerves and reduces the amount of pain in skin conditions
· May increase cellular function and cellular memory
· Acts as a free radical scavenger on harmful toxins
· Acts as a moisturizing facial conditioner (leave on for 20 minutes and promptly remove)
· Aids in healing processes and reduces scarring
· Promotes healthy skin conditions
· Good for removing makeup
· Good for animal wounds, as it is all natural, and can be licked
· Sore muscles (rub as a massage paste)
· Cellulite Reduction