Health uses of Ozonated Oil.

Ozonated Oil.

What is Ozone?

Ozone is a molecule composed of three atoms of oxygen. Two atoms of oxygen form the basic oxygen molecule

the oxygen we breathe that is essential to life. The third oxygen atom can detach from the ozone molecule, and re-attach to molecules of other substances, thereby altering their chemical composition. It is this ability to react with other substances.

But why ozonated olive oil?

Ozonated olive oil was discovered quite by accident in the early 1900s, when breathing ozone through oil was used to treat tuberculosis.  After many treatments the olive oil turned into a gel and seemed to hold ozone for a long time, making it a great salve used for a variety of ailments Famous inventor Nikola Tesla was the first to market it, and as early as 1904 it was being sold in pharmacies all over the country under the name Glycozone.

Ozone therapy and the use of ozone oils was flourishing in the United States in the early to mid 1900s, but like many natural remedies of the time its chemical competitors tried to discredit it.  With the advent of antibiotics and new drug therapies, pharmaceutical salesmen pushed their drugs as the new way to treat diseases.  The FDA became the bully pulpit for drug companies, going so far as to outlaw ozone therapies for use by medical doctors.

Now, however, 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

Method of production.

Partially Ozonated Olive Oil:

This is the more typical form of ozonated olive oil (OOO), and it can be made more quickly than the concentrated form. It requires that you locate an ozone generator (output of 500mg per hour), which is a machine that creates ozone gas. You will also need an aerator or air stone that is made of ozone-resistant material. More often than not, the ozone generator will have this within the device. Once you have collected all the materials, which of course include olive oil, you need to begin the bubbling process. Connect a silicon tube to the ozone generator and stick the end of the tube into a glass jar of olive oil. It will slowly bubble in the olive oil. According to the Ozonate website, you should bubble the solution for about 60 minutes.

Concentrated Ozonated Olive Oil:

The more concentrated version of OOO requires the highest quality olive oil you can locate. Obtain an ozone generator that has a higher output of ozone per hour (4g per hour).than the one used for the partially Ozonated olive oil. You will also need a larger amount of olive oil and a larger container to hold it. Bubble the solution for nearly two to three weeks non stop. Foam bubbles will creep up the sides of the olive oil; allow them to fall back into the solution.

Health uses:

  • Relief from Athlete’s Foot
  • Faster Healing of Bruises
  • Healthy Healing of Chickenpox
  • Relief from Fungal Infections
  • Healthy Healing of Insect bites
  • Freedom from the symptoms of Psoriasis
  • Ease symptoms of skin cancer

Here at Bobby’s healthy shop we stock premium quality Ozonated olive hemp and coconut oils at very competitive prices


“This is information only, and should not be considered as professional or medical advice. To make an informed decision we suggest you consult other sources of information. We accept no responsibility for information inaccuracy in this text. Please consult with you health practitioner before considering any therapy or therapy protocols.”


  • Miura, Toshiaki, et al. “Structure elucidation of ozonated olive oil.” 15 th Ozone World Congress Proceedings, London, UK. Vol. 72. 2001.
  • Valacchi, G., Lim, Y., Belmonte, G., Miracco, C., Zanardi, I., Bocci, V. and Travagli, V. (2011), Ozonated sesame oil enhances cutaneous wound healing in SKH1 mice. Wound Repair and Regeneration, 19: 107–115. doi: 10.1111/j.1524-475X.2010.00649.x


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