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100g Ozonated Organic Olive Oil
Cold pressed organic ozonated olive oil
Ozonated olive oil was first produced by Nikola Tesla. He marketed an ozonated olive oil product known as Glycozone from the early 1900s. Ozonated olive oil is made using organic, extra-virgin, cold pressed olive oil that goes through a process known as “ozone injection,” which basically means bubbling ozone into the oil for an extended period of time. Olive oil has a long history of use as a herbal remedy which has been used to restore the suppleness of the skin as well as helping with other problematic or damaged skin related conditions like rashes, wrinkles, sores, sunburns, cuts, infections and nappy rash. You can also use it as a beauty aid. Ozonated olive oil can also be used to calm nerves and reduce the amount of pain associated with skin conditions. Additionally, ozonated olive oil can remove make up, increase cellular function and cellular memory, treat insect bites and stings, function as a natural underarm deodorant, treat haemorrhoids and help to reduce cellulite.
Ozone Our ozonated oils are made by trapping ozone (O3) which is reactive oxygen containing 3 oxygen atoms into different oils by using a process called ozone injection. Ozone injection is where highly concentrated ozone gas produced by a medical ozone generator fed by pure medical oxygen is then bubbled through a bubbling stone thus producing microscopic bubbles of ozone through pure organic oil continuously for long periods of time to form a soothing, highly oxegenated oil. This gives the oil anti ageing and anti-microbial properties that help heal wounds and improve skin conditions. In the early 1900s Nikola Tesla became the first person to market ozonated oil and pharmacies across the world started selling it under its commercial name Glycozone.
This product will stay potent for up to three or four weeks at room temperature, but in order to maintain its full potency for an extended period, it should be stored in the refrigerator.