Ozonated Olive Oil Is A Powerful Peroxide


During the period of August 1998 until August 2000 several Japanese hospitals and other institutions conducted an experiment on the effectiveness of ozonated olive oil for surgical incisions. Only cases having difficulty in healing were used. For the 20 individuals in the study who participated, treatment with other methods of healing such as antibiotic ointments and drainage left them burdened with injuries that resisted all attempts to be cured.

The Breakdown of Cases

Three cases of open infections resulting from hernia operations were healed with as little as five applications of ozonated olive oil. In four individuals where appendicitis openings became troublesome wounds ozonated olive oil was reported to have cured the damaged area within 3 to 10 applications. Cysts were a little more difficult to remedy, yet all healed within 10 to 24 treatments. The only open wound that did not heal through the utilization of ozonated olive oil was a 1 inch abscess hole located near the buttocks. The remaining 19 cases were cured with ozonated olive oil.

How Does Ozonated Olive Oil Affect the Body?

When ozonated olive oil comes in contact with pus it destroys the living bacterium within the infection. This causes the pus to first solidify, then dry up.

Ozonated olive oil is known to destroy bacterium, viruses and fungi, as well as some parasites, venoms and poisons. With each of these entities ozonated olive oil destroys through oxidization, which is the process of burning without fire. Oxidization is accomplished when the positive charge of an organism is increased by the removal of electrons. This imbalance becomes the equivalent of blowing holes in the substance, which results in its destruction.

Ways Ozonated Olive Oil is Used

People have been very creative in their use of ozonated olive oil. Below is a table of various uses, frequency of application and length of treatment. For the most part, these are generalizations as each person may require an individual approach to their condition.

Ailment
Frequency
Treatment
Duration
Acne
Once/Day
Three
Days
Anal
Itching
Three
Times/Day
Five
Days
Bed
Sores
Several
Times/Day
Three
Days
Bleeding
Gums
Three
Times/Day
2
or 3 Weeks
Lip
Herpes
Several
Times/Day
Two
Days
Peeling
Skin
Twice/Day
Five
Days
Poison
Oak
Three
Times/Day
Two
Days
Spider
Bite
Several
Times/Day
Three
Days
Sunburn
Blisters
Several
Times/Day
Three
Days
Tick
Bite
Twice/Day
Three
Days

Besides the above methods of use, ozonated olive oil has been reported to help ringworm, yeast infection, candida, skin cuts, skin ulcers, gingivitis, hemorrhoids, bee stings, mosquito bites, psoriasis, parasites (when ingested), athlete’s foot, bad breath, bruises, canker sores, chapped lips, diaper rash, headaches, muscular aches, nail fungus, surgical wounds, shingles and toothaches.

How is Ozonated Olive Oil Made?

It is a relatively easy process, though time consuming, to make ozonated olive oil. One needs an ozone generator, medical grade oxygen, ozone resistant tubing, a glass container and olive oil. Promolife sells ozone generators, oxygen concentrators and the tubing needed for making ozonated olive oil. Any wide mouth glass container can be used. The wide mouth is needed because finished ozonated olive oil becomes a thick paste, and would be difficult to remove from a narrow opening.

Fill less than half of the jar with olive oil. More oil should not be put into the jar, because during the final stage of the process the olive oil will bubble up the sides of the jar, causing it to increase its volume. These bubbles will eventually deflate, leaving the oil the consistency of a salve.

The length of time required for the creation of ozonated olive oil depends on the strength of the ozone going into the oil, and the volume of olive oil being processed. In general, three to nine weeks of continuous ozone flow into the liquid is required to make ozonated olive oil.

What happens to the oil during the process?

As ozone is bubbled into olive oil the molecules of the oil react in such a way that they are transformed into the ozonide molecule 10-hydroxydec-2 enoic acid (say that 10 times real fast and prove yourself a genius). Most call 10-hydroxydec-2 enoic acid C10H18O3 which is a powerful chemical that is created when ozone becomes attached to the double bond of an unsaturated compound. Huh? Well, the easy way to understand this is by realizing the olive oil does not absorb the ozone, instead the ozone transforms the olive oil into a succession of peroxide molecules with the final one being C10H18O3. C10H18O3 is also a major component of royal jelly made by honey bees, which also has anti-microbial abilities.

Ozonated olive oil will last for years if stored in refrigeration. And, unlike other medical treatments ozonated olive oil heals without any side effects.

NOTE: If you would like to read the entire Japanese study reported on in this newsletter view the following pdf file.

~ by 619 on March 24, 2010.

5 Responses to “Ozonated Olive Oil Is A Powerful Peroxide”

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  2. thanks for the article but i’d like to ask do you have reference regarding frequency of application of ozonated olive oil for how long the gel will be active after it’s application?
    thanks

  3. Thank you, I have recently been searching for information about this topic for ages and yours is the best I have discovered so far

    • The best ozonated olive oil that I have ever used is by EarthOnated.Com
      I once left the product out for over 3 months in my cupboard and it was in the summer months. The ozonated oil did not break down at all, and when I inverted the jar it did not run freely at all. They have a real cool site with lots of good simple info on it. You can find it at http://www.earthonated.com

  4. Check out this cool YouTube video on Ozonated Olive Oil.

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