PurO3 activated oxygen olive oil is made with pure medical grade oxygen. Which makes this ozone olive oil many times stronger and more effective than other brands that use inferior oxygen sources. No stabilizers or preservatives are used.
Olive is in the middle of the list of ozone strength for oils. This is one of the reasons it is so popular - higher in strength than jojoba and coconut but better for a wider range of skin types than hemp and sunflower.
How can ozonated olive oil help me?
PurO3 Ozonated Olive Oil is extensively used to reoxygenate tissues for multiple skin conditions when used topically. It is very popular for use with facial treatments and can be very helpful for the treatment of wounds. When used during massage, ozone enters tissues and oxidizes lactic acid and toxins for better elimination.
Use Activated Oxygen Olive Oil daily to dress wounds. Some people have taken this internally as well. However if you want a high concentration of ozone internally we recommend Ozone Steam Saunas or drinking ozonated water.
How is PurO3 ozonated olive oil made?
Ozone is bubbled through extra virgin organic olive oil for an extended length of time, causing the oil to gel into a salve. When in gel form you know your oil is saturated with ozone (activated oxygen) and oxygen. Oil sold that is liquid has very little ozone saturation and is less effective or completely ineffective. Our PurO3 olive oil is made with only medical grade oxygen and ozone.
Promolife's ozonated olive oil is created using a cold production ozone generator with medical oxygen. The benefit of using cold production (low frequency) ozone when producing ozonated oil is that no heat enters the oil. Traditional ozone generators (high frequency) produce heat upwards of 250 degrees which enters the oil. This can cause the oil to lose some of its beneficial properties.
To know if you are truly getting fully ozonated oil it should be a thick paste at room temperature, not a liquid. Liquid ozone oil is not considered fully ozonated oil. Depending on the amount of oil it can take weeks if not months to make fully ozonated oil. Different oils hold different amounts of ozone. Olive and sunflower oil rank as holding the most. The higher the oleic acid content of the oil the more ozone it will hold.