Breathing Ozonated Olive Oil
Ozone is safe to breathe when it is bubbled through extra virgin olive oil.
This is an excellent therapy for respiratory conditions such as asthma, bronchitis and pneumonia, etc.
When ozone is bubbled through olive oil continuously for at least a week, the oil starts to change.
First it loses its color, then it begins to foam, and eventually it becomes a gel, although the oil is not oxidized.
If it is kept refrigerated at 40 degrees F, this gel will hold on to its ozone for more than ten years.
This gel applied to the skin has many uses: on cuts, scrapes and burns; insect bites, diaper rash, eczema, impetigo, herpes, etc.
When massaged vigorously into the body over time it has enabled multiple sclerosis patients to regain the use of their limbs.
The ozonated gel liquefies as soon as it reaches skin temperature.
It is an excellent lubricant for intercourse and provides additional protection to the condom for the prevention of disease, due to the bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal action of ozone.
With this said, my wife, although an avid ozone oil user, would not touch it with a ten foot pole for this purpose due to its sometimes initial oxidizing effects within the vagina.
It is an excellent product for many pet's skin ailments as well.
Ozone can be inhaled if it is first bubbled through extra virgin olive oil. DUE NOT INHALE OZONE OTHERWISE.
The recommended concentration of ozone is between 30 - 60 ug/ml at an oxygen flow rate of 1/16 liters/minute through olive oil in a bottle of for up to 15 minutes twice daily, initially.
Often the patient's tolerance increases after a number of treatments and can eventually extend the length of time up to 30 minutes a session twice a day.
Repeated treatments over 3 - 8 weeks at a time are commonly sufficient for many respiratory pathologies
Simultaneous magnet therapy may be useful and can be easily done by placing a magnet (3" x 5"; 3500 gauss) on the chest with the north pole facing the body.