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14 May '20

Beat Vaginitis with Coconut Ozonated Oil Tampons

Posted by Elena Sincariova
More than three million people per year experience the pain and anxiety of vaginitis, a group of conditions marked by inflammation of the vagina. In fact, 75% of women will experience at least one of the conditions during their lifetime.
Vaginitis is inflammation of the vagina, caused by a disruption in the normal bacteria in the vagina. Experts estimate that 40% of all types of vaginitis are caused by candida, a yeast-like fungus. When it multiplies in the vaginal tract, the disorder is called vulvovaginitis. Women often refer to it as a "yeast infection." About 75% of women get candida vaginitis at some time in their lives. Vaginal candida does not generally occur without estrogen. So premenarchal girls and postmenopausal women not on estrogen replacement almost never develop vaginal yeast.

Signs and Symptoms

  • Itching and burning in the vagina and vulva
  • Vaginal discharge (small amounts are normal)
  • Red, swollen, painful vaginal mucous membranes and external genitalia
  • Satellite lesions (tender, red, pus-filled bumps, which can spread to the thighs and anus)
  • Odor

Self-care for Vaginitis

Keep your genital area clean and dry when you have vaginitis.

  • Avoid soap and just rinse with water to clean yourself.
  • Soak in a warm bath -- not a hot one.
  • Dry thoroughly afterward. Pat the area dry, don't rub.

Avoid douching. Douching may worsen vaginitis symptoms because it removes healthy bacteria that line the vagina. These bacteria help protect against infection.

  • Avoid using hygiene sprays, fragrances, or powders in the genital area.
  • Use pads and not tampons while you have an infection.
  • If you have diabetes, keep your blood sugar levels under control.

Allow more air to reach your genital area.

  • Wear loose-fitting clothes and not panty hose.
  • Wear cotton underwear (rather than synthetic), or underwear that has a cotton lining in the crotch. Cotton increases air flow and decreases moisture buildup.
  • DO NOT wear underwear at night when you sleep.

Girls and women should also:

  • Know how to properly clean their genital area while bathing or showering
  • Wipe properly after using the toilet -- always from front to back
Wash thoroughly before and after using the bathroom
  • Always practice safe sex. And use condoms to avoid catching or spreading infections.

Treat Vaginitis with Coconut Ozonated Oil Tampons

4 drops Lavender
4 drops Tea Tree Oil
1 tablespoon coconut ozonated oil
Blend the ingredients together and smear all over tampon.  Insert the "magic bullet"  right before bed and remove in the morning.  Relief is pretty swift, you should feel better by the morning but, you'll want to keep this routine up for at least a week. 

Antimicrobial Effects of Coconut Ozonated oil

Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of coconut ozonated oil antimicrobial properties is its specificity for pathogens on skin and mucosal surfaces. In an in vitro study of skin flora susceptibility, S. aureus and most of the gram-negative bacteria tested (including Acinetobacter baumannii, Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Serratia marsescens) were more susceptible to coconut ozonated oil than the coagulase-negative staphylococci and micrococci. Thus, coconut ozonated oil may preferentially remove transient skin flora while preserving resident flora. The authors of this study suggest that because coconut ozonated oil-containing preparations readily penetrate the outer layers of skin, they may be particularly useful in hand disinfection products for health care workers.

In vitro, coconut ozonated oil appears very promising against organisms associated with bacterial vaginosis (the beneficial lactobacilli are relatively resistant). In an agar dilution assay, coconut ozonated oil minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) for five Gardnerella vaginalis isolates were all 0.06%, and for three of four Mobiluncus isolates the MICs were 0.03% (it was 0.06% for the fourth). The MIC90 (minimum inhibitory concentration for 90% of organisms) was 0.5% for Bacteroides (12 isolates); 0.25% for Prevotella (24 isolates), Fusobacterium (10 isolates), and Peptostreptococcus anaerobius (12 isolates); and 0.12% for other gram-positive anaerobic cocci (12 isolates). By broth macrodilution, MICs for all six Bacteroides species were 0.06%; the minimal bactericidal concentrations (MBCs) for five isolates were 0.06% while the MBC for the last isolate was 0.12%. In contrast, MICs for the lactobacilli ranged from 0.12% to 2.0% and the MBC90 was 2.0%. Coconut ozonated oil also inhibits the growth of many fungi, including 32 strains of Candida.

If your symptoms haven’t resolved or reduced after a week of home treatment, make an appointment with your gynecologist. You should also make an appointment with your doctor right away if your bacterial vaginosis is recurrent.

27 Apr '20

Using Coconut Ozonated Oil for Yeast Infections

Posted by Elena Sincariova

One of the most uncomfortable things a woman can experience is an unbearable yeast infection in her nether regions. Well, a yeast infection is uncomfortable anywhere, but women understand the true anguish that comes with this condition. Yeast infections are an extremely common condition caused by the bacteria Candida albicans. In fact, getting a yeast infection is so common that it affects approximately 75% of women at some point in their lives. While there are plenty of over-the-counter treatments available, they’re full of nasty chemicals, which are obviously not the greatest thing for such a sensitive part of the body. Luckily, there are some natural alternatives that can be used, the greatest of them being coconut ozonated oil!

Coconut ozonated oil is a combination of coconut oil and ozone to form an oxygen-rich skin emollient that absorbs easily and may enhance the appearance and beauty of your skin. According to studies, coconut ozonated oil has an incredible number of health benefits, including balancing your hormones, fighting gingivitis, and aiding indigestion. It’s also be found that coconut ozonated oil has incredible antibacterial properties, which is why it’s so great for yeast infections. Now that you understand the basics, let’s discuss how to use coconut ozonated oil to treat that uncomfortable yeast infection.

The Research

If you’re like most people, then you want to see the research before you put something new on to your body. Luckily, you won’t have to look much further than right here to convince yourself of the incredible benefits of this ozonated oil.

  • A study from 2007 showed that coconut ozonated oil does a great job of killing species of yeast. In fact, Candida albicans was the bacteria most affected by coconut ozonated oil.
  • Researchers have found that coconut ozonated oil had a “good clinical outcome” without the appearance of adverse side effects.

What is a Yeast Infection?

Yeast infections are caused by a single species of bacteria known as Candida Albicans. Although these bacteria naturally inhabit our bowels, the trouble begins when they start overpopulation our intestines and then spreading to other parts of our body. The resulting infection is called Candidiasis and it can affect several parts of our body.

Most commonly, it tends to affect the genitals and, in this respect, it’s more common with females. That said, candidiasis can also affect the mouth, skin, throat, and even blood. The causes of such an infection are often connected with sudden drastic changes in your diet and lifestyle. This leads to the overgrowth of these bacteria, which then has further negative implications.

Other than food poisoning and diarrhea, yeast infections represent some of the most common ailments in humans. They can affect both old and young, male and female, and can be found in different body parts – causing all sorts of trouble for the unfortunate soul who suffers from it.

The annoying thing about them is that they can be incredibly stubborn and tough to get rid of, so prolonged treatments are often required to successfully banish this fungus from the parts of our body where it’s not supposed to be. (For the record, in normal quantities, yeast is one of the bacteria that’s regularly found in human stomachs. The trouble begins when there’s too much of it!)

In this article, we’re going to talk about coconut oil and its potential healing properties that can tackle yeast infections, in particular. We’ll tell you how to use this natural oil to treat yeast infections affecting different parts of your body.

(An important note: The healing potential of coconut oil against yeast infections has not yet been sufficiently scientifically tested to be sure if it works or not. It’s alleged healing power comes solely from the experiences of users.)

Right then, without further ado, here’s the deal.

4 Ways to Use Coconut Ozonated Oil for Yeast Infection

1. Treating Thrush

As we’ve already implied, one of the types of a yeast infection is the one that affects the mouth and it’s called thrush. This annoying condition is characterized by notable difficulty in swallowing, throat soreness, discomfort in the entire oral area, some redness in the oral cavity, and white spots on the tongue.

Now, if you want to try the coconut ozonated oil treatment to take care of this, take some coconut ozonated oil and swish it around in your mouth for 30 seconds. After you’ve covered the entire inside of your mouth with the coconut ozonated oil, spit it out.

Don’t eat or drink anything for half an hour. (If you’re hungry or thirsty, eat first and then do the procedure.)

2. Skin Infections

Yeast infections can also affect the skin. When this is the case, the coconut ozonated oil procedure couldn’t possibly be simpler. All you need to do is run some of carefully onto the affected area and wait for your skin to soak it in.

So, you should pretty much use the coconut ozonated oil for skin infections as you would any other type of skincare cream. Simply apply a small pea-sized amount of the coconut ozonated oil and spread it evenly. As simple as that!

3. (For Women) Spread It Across Your Lady Parts

One of the most common yeast infections that affect women would be a vaginal yeast infection. It causes great discomfort and itchiness and it can be tough to get rid of. The coconut ozonated oil treatment for this consists of two procedures, so to speak. (The other one will be described in the section below.)

The first procedure is to take a small amount of the coconut ozonated oil and spread it over your lady parts – especially over the affected areas. Similarly to skin infection practices, you should consider the coconut ozonated oil the same way you do other skincare products. So, make sure to apply only a small amount at the time.

4. (For Women) Dip a Tampon Into It

The second part of the treatment for vaginal yeast infections would be to dip the end of your tampon into some coconut ozonated oil before inserting it. This way, you can properly treat the affected areas you otherwise can’t reach.

So, this approach, combined with ‘the spreading of the coconut ozonated oil’ from above should pretty much cover your needs for vaginal yeast infection. (Again, it’s important to keep in mind that you should not try this before consulting your doctor. Waiting before taking proper care for yeast infections is likely to make them worse.)


You should not attempt to use coconut ozonated oil as a yeast infection treatment in the following cases:

  • You’re not exactly sure that you have a yeast infection.
  • You’re already using other medications against yeast infections.
  • You’re allergic to coconut and its byproducts.
  • You tend to often suffer from yeast infections.

All in all, the best course of action if you suspect you may be suffering from a yeast infection would be to visit your physician and get checked. If he or she determines that you are suffering from a yeast overgrowth problem, discuss with them the idea of treating it with coconut ozonated oil. They will tell you if it is safe to try it or not.

20 Apr '20


Posted by Elena Sincariova
The dawn of a new season brings about change…like a whole mess of annoying allergens. It’s always something, right? Allergies affect around 50 million people in the United States, which translates to a lot of stuffy noses, coughing fits, and nasal congestion in the office. Maybe you’ve tried your share of remedies, from non-drowsy allergy meds to creating a makeshift steam room in your shower. Another holistic alternative to adding to that list? Ozonated oils!


“Ozonated oil is really good at treating symptoms like nasal congestion,” says Yufang Lin, MD, a physician at the Center for Integrative Medicine at Cleveland Clinic. They won’t cure your allergies no matter how many days in a row you diffuse an elaborate blend. However, certain types have anecdotally been effective for allergy relief thanks to their anti-inflammatory properties.

“You want to reduce exposure [to your allergen], but you want to reduce the symptom response as much as possible, too,” Dr. Lin says. After environmental controls like keeping your windows closed or taking herbs like quercetin or bromelain to reduce histamine response, Dr. Lin says ozonated oils are great to add into the mix for extra relief.

The smell, er, sound good? Here are some ozonated oils for allergies that can calm your most annoying symptoms:


Goodbye, stuffy nose. Hemp seed ozonated oil has anti-inflammatory proprieties. It’s been shown to break up mucus and phlegm, clearing out your sinuses to help you breathe a bit better. Diffuse it or mix with essential oil and put a dot on your chest as you would with Vicks VapoRub.


Dr. Lin touts coconut ozonated oil as an oil that may have antihistamine properties, which helps keep nasal congestion at bay. Perk up—relief is in sight. You can diffuse it with lemongrass essential oil.


It’s difficult to rest and relax when you’re clogged up with allergy symptoms. The ozonated olive oil has anti-inflammatory that can potentially decrease mucus. And those are magic words for any allergy sufferer.


While grapeseed oils haven’t shown an antihistamine response, says Dr. Lin, they’re Best in Class when it comes to clearing up your sinuses. Grapeseed has, however, been shown to lower inflammation and ease coughing because of its calming effect on muscle. “It makes you feel better, but it’s not really reducing the allergy response per se,” she says. That said, anything that helps you breathe out of your nose again is more than welcome.


Research shows this bright almond oil could help treat allergic rhinitis or hay fever. Those who used a nasal spray that included sweet almond oil extract felt better than those who did not and experts saw less sinus inflammation. 


In one small 2016 study, a blend of safflower, frankincense, and Ravensara oils helped alleviate runny and itchy noses, cleared nasal passages, and curbed sneezes. Those with hay fever who inhaled the blend for a week felt happier and slept better. And you thought a good night’s sleep was impossible during allergy season? Dr. Lin adds that in vitro studies showed safflower ozonated oil combined with lemongrass and chamomile oils reduced histamine response by almost half (although this a very preliminary finding, since it was not performed on living human subjects).


08 Apr '20

How to Take Care of Your Hands With Ozonated Oil When You’re Washing Them So Much to Prevent Coronavirus

Posted by Elena Sincariova

As the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 continues to spread globally, health officials have emphasized that washing one’s hands regularly and properly is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of infection.

Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says people should scrub their hands for at least 20 seconds to effectively curb the spread of germs. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers that contain at least 60% alcohol can also be used to rid your hands of germs, though they are not as effective as soap and water at removing visible dirt or harmful chemicals. Sanitizers also do not get rid of all germ types.

Frequent hand washing, though a reliable way to ward off illness, can lead to and exacerbate dry skin issues, according to dermatologists.

“Coronavirus is changing some of our hygiene habits. People are washing hands more frequently with soap and water,” says Dr. Mary Stevenson, an assistant professor of dermatology at NYU Langone Health, who says she washes her hands about 75 times per day. “You’re supposed to do it for 20 seconds, and often, people fall short of this. If they’re doing it the whole time now, they might have issues, especially in the winter, with dry and cracked skin.”

Why frequent washing and sanitizing can cause dry skin

Soap and water rinse away germs and dirt, but also strips the natural, protective oils in your skin, causing it to dry out, according to Dr. Justin Ko, chief of medical dermatology at Stanford Health Care. He says, as a medical professional, he washes his hands around 100 times per day.

“Because you caused so much irritation, your hands get dry, cracked and raw,” Ko says. Cracks that form on the skin can increase your risk of contracting infections through the fissures and also lead to conditions such as eczema.

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers, which kill the microbes on the skin without removing any debris, irritate hands less than soap, according to Ko. He suggests using hand sanitizers when it makes the most sense, like after touching a door handle or another surface that might carry germs, instead of repeatedly washing your hands. While the CDC recommends using hand sanitizer when soap and water is not available, the agency says sanitizers do not get rid of all types of germs and that only soap can wash away visible dirt or grease.

Dr. Stevenson says taking preventative measures to moisturize your hands after washing them will help.

“Once your skin is dry and inflamed, it becomes a much harder circle of the chicken and the egg to get out of,” she says. “The more you practice these things, the better.”

How to keep your hands clean and moisturized with ozonated oils

Grapeseed Ozonated Oil

Grapeseed ozonated oil packs a strong moisturizing punch in a lightweight formulation with vitamin C, antioxidants and anti-inflammatory benefits. It can be used on all skin types, this is excellent for skin that is uniformly dry or a combination complexion with dry areas. You also get anti-aging benefits with the extra hydration: Grapeseed oil has a stellar reputation for diminishing lines in areas of thinner, vulnerable skin on the neck and around the eyes.

Ozonated Olive Oil

Ozonated olive oil has long been hailed as a pantry cure-all for dry skin woes, thanks to its intense moisturizing ability. This non-fragrant Mediterranean food staple is chock-full of fatty acids that dry skin craves, including palmitic, linoleic and oleic acids. Ozonated olive oil is also a staple in most oil cleansers for its hydrating properties and antioxidant benefits. 


Coconut ozonated oil

Coconut ozonated oil is a favorite in the natural beauty world for its ability to intensely moisturize the skin and retain that moisture. It’s best for naturally dry skin and can heal extra-dry skin as it hydrates. In addition to boosting moisture levels, coconut ozonated oil also soothes skin that has felt dryness take a toll on its anti-inflammatory properties. No matter what oil you choose, always be sure to test any new product on a patch of skin, since even natural ingredients can result in an allergic reaction.

30 Mar '20

Can we cure and prevent corona virus infection using ozone therapy?

Posted by Elena Sincariova

Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). A novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans.

Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning they are transmitted between animals and people.  Detailed investigations found that SARS-CoV was transmitted from civet cats to humans and MERS-CoV from dromedary camels to humans. Several known coronaviruses are circulating in animals that have not yet infected humans.

Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death.

Standard recommendations to prevent infection spread include regular hand washing, covering mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, thoroughly cooking meat and eggs. Avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing.

Basic protective measures against the new coronavirus please refer – WHO

You can refer more technical documents related to Novel Corona Virus published on WHO

Q&A on Novel Corona Virus Provided by WHO


Now Coming to the main topic on Possibilities of Using ozone, ozone therapy & routine daily activities to cure and protect against coronavirus infection

Things to remember and understand before reading and interpreting this article.

  1. Ozone is a very strong oxidizing agent.
  2. Ozone in the form of gas if inhaled in excess quantity is harmful to humans.
  3. Ozone is already being used to sterilize and disinfect water, seafood, vegetables, fruits, waste water, sewage, effluent, and other items.
  4. Today ozone is already being used for various medical applications like disinfecting medical equipment, treating infected wounds, circulatory disorder, geriatric disorders, macular degeneration, viral diseases, rheumatism and arthritis, cancer, SARS, AIDS. (Reference – https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320759.php#uses)
  5. Although ozone is a gas, developments in technology mean it can be used in several forms and different ways, including: ozonated olive oil applied directly to the body, insufflation – a risky therapy where ozone is blown into the rectum, autohemotherapy – where blood is withdrawn, mixed with ozone, and put back into the bloodstream. (Reference – https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320759.php#uses)
  6. Please read this detailed article about ozone at to understand in detail –https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3312702/
  7. Never ever do medical application of ozone by self without professional supervision. Especially when it comes to inhale ozone in gas form. Being uncertain avoid inhaling ozone in any quantity.
  8. The NIOSH recommended exposure limit for ozone is 0.1 ppm (0.2 mg/m3). According to NIOSH, Ozone levels of 5 ppm or higher are considered immediately dangerous to life or health.

Virucidal effect of ozone.

Ozone gas has been proven to kill the SARS coronavirus and since the structure of the new 2019-nCoV coronavirus is almost identical to that of the SARS coronavirus, it is relatively safe to say that it will also work on the new coronavirus though it must be noted that there is no studies to date except one that is current ongoing n China at the Institute of Virology In Hubei with regards to this. Progress of that study has shown that it works and the study should be concluded by the end of this week and officially published in the journal Virology.
There are more than 17 scientific studies that show Ozone gas is able to destroy the SARS coronavirus.
Ozone is a naturally occurring gas created from oxygen atoms. The oxygen molecule is made up of 2 oxygen atoms. These oxygen molecules are broken into atoms by the corona discharge during lightning storms or by UV light from the Sun. Single oxygen atoms cannot exist alone without regrouping back into di-atomic oxygen molecules. During this recombination stage some atoms will regroup into loosely bonded tri-atomic oxygen. This new molecule is called Ozone or O3.
Ozone generators are able to make ozone from normal air and are normally used as room disinfectants.
The antipathogenic effects of ozone have been substantiated for several decades. Its killing action upon bacteria, viruses, fungi, and in many species of protozoa, serve as the basis for its increasing use in disinfecting municipal water supplies in cities worldwide.
Typically, viruses are small, independent particles, built of crystals and macromolecules. Unlike bacteria, they multiply only within the host cell. Ozone destroys viruses by diffusing through the protein coat into the nucleic acid core, resulting in damage of the viral RNA. At higher concentrations, ozone destroys the capsid or exterior protein shell by oxidation.
Numerous families of viruses including poliovirus I and 2, human rotavruses, Norwalk virus, Parvoviruses, and Hepatitis A, B and non-A non-B are among many others that are susceptible to the virucidal actions of ozone.
Most research efforts on ozone's virucidal effects have centered upon ozone's propensity to break apart lipid molecules at sites of multiple bond configuration. Indeed, once the lipid envelope of the virus is fragmented, its DNA or RNA core cannot survive.
Non-enveloped viruses (Adenoviridae, Picornaviridae, namely poliovirus, Coxsachie, Echovirus, Rhinovirus, Hepatitis A and E, and Reoviridae (Rotavirus), have also begun to be studied. Viruses that do not have an envelope are called "naked viruses." They are constituted of a nucleic acid core (made of DNA or RNA) and a nucleic acid coat, or capsid, made of protein. Ozone, however, aside from its well-recognized action upon unsaturated lipids, can also interact with certain proteins and their constituents, namely amino acids. Indeed, when ozone comes in contact with capsid proteins, protein hydroxides and protein hydroxides and protein hydroperoxides are formed. Viruses have no protections against oxidative stress.
The enveloped viruses are usually more sensitive to physico-chemical challenges than are naked virions. Although ozone's effects upon unsaturated lipids is one of its best documented biochemical action, ozone is known to interact with proteins, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids.
The new coronavirus is an enveloped virus.

Oils containing ozone disinfect hands as well as hand sanitizer

One of the most important ways to prevent the spread of germs is handwashing with soap or alcohol-based hand sanitizer.  This is particularly important in hospitals.

But another method can be at least as good — after washing your hands in regular tap water with soap, use ozonated oil for deeper disinfection.

Another benefit of using ozonated oil for hand disinfection is that it does not cause skin irritation and dryness that can be associated with hand sanitizer.