Ozonated olive oil is a highly effective natural remedy that is used primarily for many different skin issues.
Several different types of ozonated oils have been successfully made (including ozonated coconut oil, jojoba oil, and sesame oil). However, ozonated olive oil is the most common.
Even though there are a few different methods of making ozonated oil, the most effective method is by injecting (or bubbling) ozone into the oil for an extended period of time.
According to Dr. Edward Group, a cold plasma ozone generator should always be used to ensure purity and quality of the final product.
Even though ozone is a reactive gas and is hard to stabilize, when it is infused into oil that is in a dark glass container, the ozone will stabilize and hold the properties of ozonation for a long time.
The stability is one key property that makes ozonated oils different from ozonated water.
Dr. Group also states that ozonated oil paste takes longer to make than liquid ozonated oil, but it contains up to 50 percent more saturated oxygen/ozone.
Ozonated olive oil paste has many benefits and is used primarily as a topical therapeutic cream or skin salve.
This oxygenated paste is known for its ability to heal wounds that have not healed using other natural or medical treatments. Other known benefits include the following:
If you have an ozone generator, you can try making your own ozonated olive oil. I have seen at least a few places online with instructions. (See one such reference below at Oxygen Healing Therapies).
However, since the best type of ozonated olive oil can take several months to make, most of us will find it more practical to purchase it and keep on hand.
One of the best ozonated olive oil pastes I have found is called O2-Zap, found on Dr. Group's website. I like this one because it is made with high quality, extra virgin, cold pressed olive oil—and it is 100 percent organic. This makes it also safe and effective to use orally to promote healthy gums.