Ozonated Olive Oil Using an Ozone Generator
How to make ozonated olive oil
Two different forms of ozonated oil exist, namely concentrated and partially ozonated olive oil. Partially ozonated olive oil is easier and quicker to create than concentrated olive oil, but doesn't quite compare with concentrated olive oil with regard to therapeutic purposes.
Ozonated Olive Oil is helpful in bacterial infections of the skin and is used primarily for:
Fungal infections (including Athlete's Foot), Fistulae, Leg Ulcers, Gingivitis, Bee Stings, Insect Bites, Acne, Impetigo, Psoriasis, Ringworm, Skin Yeast, Sweat Gland Infections, Tinea Versicolor, Dry Skin, Eczema, Sunburn, Diaper Rash, Makeup Removal (avoid the eyes), Skin Moisturizer, Post-surgical treatment of wounds to prevent secondary infections.