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Ozone is safe to breathe when it is bubbled through extra virgin olive oil. This is an excellent therapy for asthma and bronchitis and pneumonia, especially when combined with magnetic therapy. Breathing of ozone has been practiced in North America for over 90 years. When ozone is bubbled through olive oil continuously for weeks, 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 by a trained therapist over time it has enabled multiple sclerosis patients to regain the use of their limbs. Ozonated gel is 95% as active as ozone gas. The ozonated gel liquefies as soon as it reaches skin temperature. It is an excellent lubricant for intercourse and provides more protection the the highly-touted condom for the prevention of disease, due to the bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal action of ozone. It is an excellent product for your pet as well.

Another method of inhalation of activated oxygen in low concentrations is through room air purifiers. This method is the simplest for absorbing it into the lungs and circulatory system. The room concentration levels will depend on your tolerance level.

Ozone can be inhaled if it is first bubbled through extra virgin olive oil. This is useful for asthma due to bacterial infection. Repeated treatments over 3 - 6 weeks for 15 - 20 minutes at a time are usually sufficient. Simultaneous magnet therapy is 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.
Nasal inhalation: 20 ug/ml through olive oil for 15 minutes twice daily.

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