Ozone is one of the most powerful sterilizing agents in the world! It's 5 times more powerful than molecular chlorine in destroying germs, bacteria, and viruses. Use ozone therapy in drinking water, make any mouthwash stronger, create a topical oil for treatment of minor cuts and burns, and much more!
To Ozonate an Oil:
Affix one of the clear plastic tubes to the end of the ozone outlet (in the front right of the ozonator) and select the smaller ozonating stone. For oils, you will need to accumulate at least a total of 24 hours of ozonation, so you will need to reset the timer every 30 minutes. The timer is an important safety device on the ozone machine. DO NOT attempt to run the ozonator continuously for more than a few hours at a time before allowing it to rest and cool down.
To Ozonate a Liquid:
Affix one of the clear plastic tubes to the end of the ozone outlet (in the front right of the ozonator) then select then larger ozonating stones. Plug in the ozonator and turn the timer dial clockwise to the desired time.
First, a little bit about ozone (O3) - it is a natural, colorless gas with a distinct fresh odor, similar to a day at the beach. When used properly (and the Ozonator was designed so that it can ONLY be used properly), it provides a wide range of benefits. Ozone is a natural molecule made up of 3 atoms of oxygen. If you want to know what ozone smells like, just close your eyes and imagine that 'fresh, clean, spring rain scent' that occurs right after a rainstorm. This scent is actually ozone - natures gift to us.
There are two basic ways to use the ozone generated:
When ozone is bubbled into olive oil (or safflower oil) for long periods of time, the oil eventually thickens, holding the ozone within. When kept refrigerated, this gel will hold the ozone for years. When this ozonated oil is applied to the skin, it's been shown to have very positive effects on a variety of skin diseases, especially those caused by inflammation. If you have any kind skin inflammation, I encourage you to try applying ozonated oil to your skin. It definintely won't hurt and very likely will provide excellent results!
To achieve the minimum concentrations required for an effective ozonated oil, you will need to accumulate at least 24 hours of ozonation. Since the Oxygenius Ozonator has an auto-shutoff timer that only runs for 30 minutes at a time (an important safety precaution!) you will need to reset it frequently. The good news is that once you've ozonated an oil, it lasts in the refrigerator for a long, long time!
Ozonating Water has literally dozens of different uses! Remember that Ozone is an incredibly powerful sterilizer and disinfectant, so anything that you need to clean, neutralize, or deodorize will be benefited by ozonated water. This includes things such as sterilizing sponges, sanitizing bedding, soaking dentures, purifying drinking water, etc. You can even use the ozonator with oral rinses to make them even more effective at neutralizing the anaerobic sulfur-producing bacteria that cause bad breath!
To ozonate any liquid simply attach one of the included plastic tubes to the ozonator and on the other end of the tube attach one of the ozonator bubble stones. Then just place the stone into the liquid that you would like to ozonate (whether it's water, oil, or mouth rinse) and let the ozonator go to work!
Some other uses of ozonated water include:
Until now, natural ozone could only be created by high-priced units costing considerably more. The Oxygenius Ozonator is inexpensive, includes two bubble stones and tubes (one for water, one for oil), and runs with just a quiet humm - much nicer!