Ozonated Olive Oil, Nature'S Gift
Dr. William Turska of Mist, Oregon, had ozonated olive oil tested
at Texas A&M University. They discovered that this process created
a long chain ozonide, C10H18O3 .
When ozone is bubbled through extra virgin olive oil continuously
for about three weeks, the olive oil gels into a paste or salve.
This gel we call Nature's Gift, and it has many therapeutic uses.
When used for massage, the ozonide enters the tissue and oxidizes
lactic acid and toxins, and this has proven to be an effective
treatment for many skin conditions.
"Ozonated olive oil is an effective adjunct treatment for inflammation
of the skin, such as dermatitis and seborrhea. Ozonated olive
oil is helpful in bacterial infections of the skin, including
carbuncles, cellulitis, ecthyma, erysipelas, erythasma, folliculitis,
furuncles, granuloma annulare, impetigo, paronychia, psoriasis,
ringworm, skin yeast, staphylococcus, sweat gland infections,
and tinea versicolor. It is also helpful for bed sores (decubitus
ulcers) and for the post-surgical treatment of wounds to prevent
- Dr. H.E.Sartori
"Ozonated olive oil, kept refrigerated, retained its effectiveness
for over ten years, in tests conducted by German researchers.
It is particularly indicated for the treatment of all skin infections
and dermatomycoses, and is excellent when used after gaseous ozone
treatment by limb bagging. It retained its effectiveness for many
hours after application."
- Dr. J. Hansler
Nature's Gift can be used for topical application on dry skin,
eczema, psoriasis, seborrhea, athlete's foot, sunburn, insect
bites, skin ulcers, burns, cuts and scrapes, and diaper rash.
It is excellent for makeup removal (avoid the eyes) and as a skin
In addition, it is very useful for dealing with various problems
in animals. It can be applied directly to cuts and incisions or
fed to them. It can be spread on the backs of a cat's paws, from
which it will be licked.
Nature's Gift should be stored in the refrigerator at 40 degrees
Fahrenheit for long term potency.
Olive oil that has ozone bubbled through it for a short time will
smell of ozone but unless the oil has gelled into a stiff salve
that will not run when the jar is inverted, there is little oxidative
power in it.
Sources for Ozonated Olive OIl
of Ozone Index
to Ozone Therapy Resources