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Medcare (Ozonated Olive Oil) 40ml

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What is Ozonated Olive Oil?

Ozonated Olive Oil is not a new product. It has been used as a topical application for over 100 years (we have a book in the clinic describing its uses written in Edwardian times!). It is produced when ozone is bubbled through olive oil continuously for an extended period of time. During this time the olive oil changes to an off-white paste. This procedure originally took 3-6 months of 24 hr. a day bubbling - although it is now done much faster with the equipment used by our suppliers.

A statement from Mark Lester, Director of The Finchley Clinic about Medcare.

As an ozone therapy practitioner, I played around with and sold several brands of ozonated olive oil from approximately 1999 to 2009 and got some quite good results. I have also come across a couple of very cheap brands, which I tried out, and found to be completely worthless - my advice is do not buy anything where the price looks too good to be true! However when I came across Medcare, I knew I had arrived. This brand is dearer than the other brands we previously sold for the amount that you get in the jar, and I can and will gladly recommend customers where to go if they want to buy a cheaper product which will be reasonably effective. But the reason why I switched brands was simply because Medcare outshone all the others I tried - not by a bit but by a mile. I believe that the extra cost is worth it, and if you have previously tried another ozonated olive oil product, you will too.

What makes Medcare Ozonated Olive Oil different?

It is made using particularly high grade (high concentation) expensively designed ozone generators which were uniquely developed just for making ozonated olive oil - and nothing else. The result is a far more powerful product, made in a fraction of the traditional amount of time needed. The inventor of the machine told me he could make the product even stronger if I wanted him to, but he didn't recommend this as it would be too strong. He said that he had spent a lot of time getting the balance just right, and Medcare was the result. I asked him to prove this claim, since I thought the results would surely be better if it was stronger still. He obliged, and sent me a few samples of a much more intense product. I tried it out, and came to the conclusion that he was right after all.

Money back offer from the boss:

I am so sure of the statement above, that if you buy Medcare and have previously used any other ozonated olive oil product, and the one you used previously was genuinely more effective (which it won't be), I would give you a refund less our shipping costs.

What Ozonated Olive does

Although the most popular use of Ozonated Olive Oil amongst our customers is for helping with thrush, athlete's foot and skin fungus, it can be used for any kind of skin condition in order to reoxygenate tissue topically, and is great for facial application. Now we have accumulated a fair number of reviews, so you can see for yourself what our customers are saying about this unique ozonated oil product.

Medcare Vs. Cocozone

Medcare is not as pleasant smelling as Cocozone (Ozonated Coconut Oil), but it has the advantage that it does not require refrigeration and stores ozone more efficiently. Ozonated Olive Oil also has very long history of use throughout the world. Nonetheless, a few people prefer Cocozone, possibly because coconut oil has therapeutic effects in its own right whether it has been ozonated or not, or possibly just because ozonated coconut oil agrees with some people better than ozonated olive oil. We would love you to try both products and then tell us which one you find more effective.

What is Ozonated Olive Oil used for?

Ozonated Olive Oil can be used anywhere on the body (except the eyes) and has been used by customers for symptomatic relief of problems such as Fungal infections  (Athlete's Foot,  Vaginal Thrush etc), Hemorrhoids, Vulvovaginitis, Bee Stings, Insect Bites, Acne, Impetigo, Psoriasis, Ringworm and Skin Yeast

What is the shelf life of Ozonated Olive Oil?

There is no expiry date for Ozonated Olive Oil. Medcare does NOT require refrigeration, and this alone makes it far more practical to use than all other similar products we have come across.

About Ozone

Ozone is an unstable, but highly beneficial molecule. It's the tri-atomic form of oxygen: Instead of the normal arrangement of two atoms of oxygen (O2), ozone is comprised of 3 atoms of oxygen (O3). Ozone, however, doesn't want to stay in that tri-atomic state very long and unless held in check or bound by other molecular couplings (like ozonated olive oil), ozone will break down from O3 to O2 + O1 within 20 minutes or so. O1 is called a singlet oxygen atom and it is highly reactive with just about any substance that should not be in the human body. It is a universal cleansing agent.

Ingredients

Ozonated Olive Oil 55%
Shea butter *
Cocoa Butter
Candilila Wax
Nutmeg Oil**

* Natural extract from the kernel of the karite tree which contains an abundance of antioxidants, vitamins, and essential fatty acids which promote healthy skin
** Natural anti-microbial

Usage

Used externally for oxygenation of tissue. Apply 2 to 3 times daily as needed by rubbing into the affected areas.

Advice For Women for Use In Intimate Areas

Start by using a very small amount to begin with around the labia majora only. You should apply the oil in a little deeper in increments over a few days or in a few very severe cases a few weeks. If you do this, it will not cause stinging which a few ladies have complained of. You can also insert one capsule of bio-kult into the area once or twice a day for further relief. Finally, we also recommend you to view the 'candida' tab on the left hand side of the page for general relief of candida.

Net Content: 40ml

Please note, ozonated olive oil is very effective, but doesn't smell very nice.
This is NOT rancidity and the product keeps indefinitely below 35 Celsius.
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