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Ozonated Olive Oil

From: "Saul Pressman"
Date: Fri Aug 6, 1999 8:58 pm
Subject: Re: book & ozone

Dear Julie,

Skin conditions, as follows:


When ozone is bubbled through extra virgin olive oil continuously for about three weeks, the olive oil gels into a paste or salve, holding the ozone in suspension, yet without the olive oil being oxidized. This gel we call Nature's Gift, and it has many therapeutic uses. When used during massage, the ozone enters the tissue and oxidizes lactic acid and toxins, and this has proven to be an effective treatment for many conditions, including multiple sclerosis. In addition, many skin problems can be cleared up with Nature's Gift.

In 1954, 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 .

"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 secondary infections." - 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 moisturizer.

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 must be stored in the refrigerator at 40 degrees Fahrenheit, but not frozen.

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 ozone in it. If the oil warms up to room temperature, most of the ozone escapes.

Best of Health!
Saul Pressman
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Dear Carol,

I also have seen information saying that ozonated olive oil can be made in a few hours. I don't believe it.

I have been making it for 11 years now. The complete process to turn the oil into a hard salve takes about three weeks. It takes about a week of continuous bubbling of ozone to bleach out the green color. It takes about another week for it to foam up to twice its size in the container. Then it takes another week for the foam to subside a bit and then for the oil to harden into a thick salve.

It is impossible to do this in a few hours.

The oil made in a few hours may have some ozone in it, but it will not retain it at room temperature, as mine will.

Glass is the best container to use.

Best of health!
Dr. Saul Pressman

Message: 2
Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 03:16:44 -0000
From: sir_andrzej2uu@...
Subject: Ozonated oil and hair growing

Dr Pressman,

Ozonated oil and hair growing

1)how long is the " life of ozone " in oil when you apply it to the skin?

2) When applying the oil in the morning and again at night , do I've to wash that area or just apply it on top of the first oil applied ?


Dear Andrew,

The ozone in ozonated olive oil is probably active for 15 minutes or more. After that you can wipe it off. Apply new oil to a clean surface.

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul Pressman

Message: 1
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2005 05:59:48 -0800
From: "Saul Pressman"
Subject: Re: Chemistry question

Dear Walt,

The original information came from Dr. Bill Turska, who had Texas A&M analyze ozonated oil in the 1950s. I knew that oil did not leave the jar and coat the lungs. I had assumed that the process was akin to the way essential oils work, wherein an oxygen singlet detaches and does the oxidative work, leaving the main molecule slightly altered, perhaps as C10H18O2.

I couldn't find anything immediately, so I went googling and discovered that C10H18O3 is called trans-10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid.

Further research discovered that this is the active ingredient in Royal Jelly, and that it was proven in Toronto lab research to be a powerful anti-cancer agent.

I haven't found any other references to it. I'll let you know if I find anything else.

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul Pressman

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