How to Breathe Ozone Bubbled Through Olive Oil (with Pictures)

by | Mar 26, 2020 | 22 comments

Breathing ozone bubbled through olive oil or Breathing Ozonated Olive Oil (BOO) is a form of ozone treatment for the respiratory tract and sinuses. 

Ozone gas is bubbled through olive oil, bonds to it and creates so-called ozonides or lipid oxidation products. 

it’s assume that they retain the therapeutical properties of ozone gas without damaging the lungs.

Breathing ozone bubbled through olive oil is a simple and popular ozone treatment which can be easily set up at home. It’s often used to treat a wide range of respiratory issues. 

Equipment you need to breathe ozone bubbled through olive oil

The equipment I used in this guide employs a triple anti-oil protection to make sure no oil gets into the ozone generator.

  1. Oxygen source, here it’s an oxygen tank and regulator
  2. Ozone generator
  3. Check valve
  4. Trap
  5. Oil bubbler
  6. Nasal cannula
  7. Silicone tubing
  8. Luer lock connectors
  9. Olive oil

Scroll down to find links to the equipment you see on the pictures.

 

How to breathe ozone bubbled through olive oil, step-by-step:

 

Suggested settings

Ozone concentration: 10 to 20 mcg/ml
Oxygen flow: 1/2 LPM
Duration: 10 to 40 min

 

Suggested settings

Ozone concentration:

10 to 20 mcg/ml

Oxygen flow:

1/2 LPM

Duration:

10 to 40 min

  1. Screw the low flow regulator onto the oxygen tank.

2. Take a piece of tubing and connect one end to the regulator. 

3. Take a luer lock connector and push it into the other end of the silicone tubing. 

4. Connect the other end of the tubing with the oxygen in port of the ozone generator using a luer lock connector.

5. Take another luer lock connector, another piece of silicone tubing and a check valve and assemble it as demonstrated.

6. Attach the just assembled silicone piece to the “Ozone Out” port of the ozone generator. 

7. Take another piece of silicone tubing and connect one end to the check valve, the other to the inlet of the trap. 

8. Take the oil bubbler, remove the top with the stem, and pour olive oil inside a good 2/3 full. Close the bubbler.

9. Take another piece of silicone tubing and connect the trap with the oil bubbler. 

10. Take yet another piece of silicone tubing and connect it with the outlet of the oil bubbler. 

11. Take a luer lock connector and insert it into the end of the silicone tubing. 

12. Connect the nasal cannula with the luer lock connector which goes from the oil bubbler.

13. Set the trap and the bubbler into a box. 

14. Fill the box with bubble wrap to make sure the bottles don’t fall over. 

15. Turn the valve of the oxygen tank half way open. 

16. Open the regulator to 1/2 LPM.

17. Check if bubbles are forming inside the oil bubbler. If so, then you connected everything correctly. If not, you need to check everything and connect in the correct order.

18. Make sure the ozone generator is plugged into the power supply.

19. Turn the ozone generator on. Recommended ozone concentration is low: between 10 to 20 mcg/ml.

20. Put the nasal cannula on.

21. Sit comfortably, make sure you don’t accidentally pull on the tubing and topple the trap and the oil bubbler over. Do this up to 30 min at a time.

22. When you’re done, put the nasal cannula aside, and turn everything off in the following order: first the ozone generator, then unhook the silicone tubing from the ozone outport,

23. Close the valve of the tank and wait until the gauge goes down to zero. 

24. Then turn the regulator to 0.

What is the triple anti-oil protection?

When ozonating oils the most important thing is to make sure that the ozone generator is protected from the oil.

When oil gets into an ozone generator, the generator can’t be saved.

In the above instructions I employ a double anti-oil protection to ensure the safety of the machine from oil.

 

  1. A check valve to prevent back-flow of oil.
  2. A trap prevents any oil from flowing back into the machine.
  3. Unhooking the tubing from the ozone generator whenever I turn the equipment off.

Recommended equipment

This is the equipment I used in the pictures above with links to the online shops:

  • Oxygen source: oxygen tank
  • Low flow or pediatric regulator
  • Ozone generator: Promolife Mini
  • Check valve
  • Gas washing bottle which I used as a trap. You may need different sized silicone tubing, depending on which gas washing bottle you buy. Keep in mind: the necks of the gas washing bottles tend to break easier than if you buy the trap with the tubing already attached, see below.
  • Olive oil (it does not have to be organic)
  • Extra silicone tubing, I suggest 3 to 4 feet. You will need to exchange some of it with time, since it will get clogged with oil.
  • Nasal cannula, the standard size.
  • Additional luer locks

 

Other solutions

Instead of gas washing bottles, buy a trap with the tubing and the luer lock connectors already fitted onto it.

Same for the oil bubbler. I suggest the 500 ml size.

What is BOOO used for?

It’s recommended to breathe ozone bubbled through olive oil when the following conditions are present: 

  • bronchitis
  • lung infections of any kind (bacterial, viral, fungal)
  • sinusitis, sinus congestion
  • throat ache
  • any infection or inflammation of the throat
  • laryngitis
  • influenza
  • cold
  • asthma
  • COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • brain fog
  • low energy
  • to stimulate the immune system

Risks and contraindications

The main risks come from doing the treatment after a complete saturation of the oil with ozone. Once this occurs, the oil does not bond ozone molecules any longer and one runs the risk of breathing pure ozone gas in. 

So, it’s important to exchange the oil with fresh olive oil when it turns clear and gooey. 

Contraindications:

  • transplanted organs, since ozone treatments can stimulate the immune system and trigger a rejection of the foreign organ
  • not well medicated hyperthyroidism
  • acute asthma attack

Success stories

Teresa says BOOO, breathing ozonated olive oil helped her with brain fog.

BOO brain fog

BOO EI brain fog well being

Here, BOO immediately improves oxygen saturation in the blood and symptoms of a bad flu, which this woman and her husband speculate could have been Coronavirus infection:

BOO-flu--copy-compressor

The Crazy Ozone Lady’s take on BOOO

I love Breathing Ozonated Olive Oil. it’s is a simple but effective ozone treatment.

Not only can it help with a wide range of respiratory issues, but some people also report a clearer head, improved mood, and better cognitive function after the treatment.

My Dad who was diagnosed with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and chronic bronchitis is also a fan of the treatments and has greatly benefited from them. During a period when he was working in China he would always return home with an acute respiratory infection.

Breathing ozonated olive oil was one of the main treatments which helped him overcome the illness.

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Information provided is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. No health claims for these products or treatments have been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), nor has the FDA nor any other medical authority approved these treatments or products to diagnose, cure, or prevent disease. Neither The Power of Ozone nor the manufacturers of these items are responsible for the misuse of this equipment or the information on this page. It is highly advised to receive professional council from a licensed doctor before using ozone therapy or any of the mentioned products or tests on yourself.

About the author:

PaolaI’m Paola the Crazy Old Ozone Lady behind The Power of Ozone. I’m a licensed naturopathic practitioner, natural health consultant, ozone therapy enthusiast, researcher, and ozone therapy analyst. I hold certificates in ozone therapy, hyperbaric ozone applications, Oxyvenierung, and the Andrew Cutler chelation. I own several ozone generators including a German hyperbaric 10 Pass machine. I have been using ozone for over 13 years, I’ve chelated with the ACC program for close to 5 years and I’ve been carnivore for nearly 1.5 years. This website serves as a resource for those who are interested in ozone therapy and other approaches to successfully manage chronic conditions. 

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22 Comments

  1. george allibone

    Paola

    I do not unless I have to use O2 cylinders in the home—I would prefer to buy a reliable

    good oxygen generator

    Do these machines when purchased supply appropriate tubing for hook-up

    Also, Is there a manual that will help with construction of the system

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi George,

      the problem with oxygen concentrators right now is that they appear to be all sold out on all online platforms …

      I did send you one option of a refurbished Invacare machine, please check your email.

      I don’t know if that particular company I sent you the link to supplies the machine with tubing, but I suggest to buy extra tubing anyway, I also included a link to it in the email.

      There are lots of videos on Promolife’s Youtube channel.

      Or you can hire me to show you live via Skype how to hook everything up!

      Best,

      Reply
  2. Bob Rynes

    Hello,
    I just wanted to thank you for all the help and info that you offer.
    Thanks,
    Bob R.
    Mountain City Tennessee, USA.

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Bob,

      thank YOU for reading my blog.

      Best,

      Reply
  3. george allibone

    Dear Paola

    What is an effective but safe ozone concentration to inhale when using the

    oil bubbler–is 10-20 gamma the correct range or can one go a little higher—do

    not want to irritate my lungs

    Thanks for your all your help

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi George,

      I would stay in the 10 to 20 mcg/ml range.

      Best,

      Reply
  4. Maria rivero

    can you re-use the oil, or use it for another purpose?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Maria,

      yes, you can absolutely reuse the oil to apply on your skin or do oil suppositories with it. Some people ingest it, but I find the taste revolting.

      Best,

      Reply
  5. Anna-Carin Rahm

    Hi Paola,

    If the lungs have parasites, does breathing ozone help?
    And/or if they have bacteria such as Chlamydia pneumoniae?

    Your blog/homepage is amazing.

    Kind regards
    Anna

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Anna-Carin,

      thank you for reading my blog!

      Yes, I believe that breathing ozone bubbled through olive oil could help with parasitic, or bacterial, or viral infections in the lungs if done sufficiently long and often enough.

      Best,

      Reply
  6. Anna-Carin Rahm

    Thank you so much for your answer.
    I just now come to think of the oil, does it have to be olive oil?
    I have used organic canola oil…

    Kind regards
    Anna

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Anna-Carin,

      yes, olive oil is best.

      I do not recommend canola oil. It does not bond with ozone as well as olive oil.

      Best,

      Reply
  7. Anna-Carin Rahm

    Thanks a million!
    I am so grateful that you share your knowledge.

    Reply
  8. Ziev

    Hi Paola,

    Just discovered your website and you are amazing! Your articles in particular are incredibly informative, well researched and balanced. Thank you.

    Just wanted to ask. I only have an generator that uses air as feed gas. This means its producing nitrogen as well. Would it still be safe to inhale ozone from this machine if bubbled through Oil?

    And sub-question, if the machine is 400mg/h is it too strong to breath at all?

    I wouldn’t be attaching any tubing directly to my nostrils, was thinking to just place my head over the bucket.

    Thanks again!
    Ziev

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Ziev,

      thank you for reading my blog, but you may not like what I’m about to say.

      I would not use an air-fed machine to do ozone oil breathing or any other ozone treatments.

      I don’t think it’s exceedingly dangerous what you’re proposing, but it’s generally accepted to only use oxygen run ozone generators for ozone treatments.

      Best,

      Reply
      • Ziev Shani

        Hi Paola,

        Thank you very much. Since my last post I have ordered an Ozone machine and Oxygen concentrator.

        I didn’t know about the difference before coming onto your blog. Will be using Ozone a lot more effectively and safely from now.

        Regards

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        HI Ziev,

        I’m glad you found my information helpful!

        Best,

  9. chris willis

    Good day,
    I have been bubbling H2O and Extra Virgin Olive oil for topical application.
    As well as using in ears with a fan breezing away the direct Ozone.

    Is breathing the airborne Ozone during any of these operations Dangerous?

    I have fans on and window open in a 1400sq/ft area as precaution yet the Ozone
    is still very prevalent when you come into the room from outside etc.

    Thank you for all your information and consideration.

    Be Blessed.

    Reply
  10. Franco Filice

    Hi Paola,

    Could I use an oxygen concentrator with about 90% O2 output vs. an O2 tank?
    What should be the O2 concentration to the ozone generator?

    thanks

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Franco,

      as long as the oxygen concentrator puts the 90% out at 2 LPM or lower, then yes.

      The required oxygen concentration for non-invasive ozone treatments should be at least 90%.

      But you need an additional low flow regulator, like this thing: https://thepowerofozone.com/PLO2regulatorex

      Best,

      Reply
      • Franco Filice

        Paola,

        Thanks for your reply.

        I do not see a diffuser immersed in the oil with your setup, any reason why?

        A diffuser is used for ozonating water, why the difference in setups?

        I am assuming that the ozone bubbles while immersed the oil, correct?

        How long does it take for the oil to be ozonated and what are the amounts of oil and times required before I can start breathing the ozonated oil gas?

        How can we measure the ozonation concentration?

        Thanks

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi Franco,

        if with diffuser you mean a diffuser stone, no, you don’t need that. A diffuser stone may be actually contraindicated since it will lead to clogging.

        The difference between oil and water setup is that oil is much more viscous than water. Hence you don’t need a stone.

        To measure ozone concentration you need an ozone analyzer.

        You don’t need to wait at all before you start breathing the ozonides. The minute you see bubbles in the oil you can put on your nasal cannula or mask.

        Best,

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