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Ozonated olive oil

The use of natural extracts and products for infection control and eradication, and to stimulate accelerated tissue healing, has been documented since Ancient Egyptian times – about 2,500 – 3000 years ago. This new range of organic oils and plant extracts are based on plant and vegetable oils treated with ozone. These extracts undergo a chemical reaction to form a thick, viscous oil, or in some cases, a petroleum jelly like product called an oil-gel. The final product contains ozonoids. Ozonoids have a pharmaceutical activity similar to ozone gas, but at a reduced activity level. They are bactericidal, fungicidal, and viridical. Research has shown they help stimulate cell growth and repair. Bacterial resistance to ozone and ozonated plant oils has never been reported. Their use is safe, effective and offers a natural pathway towards health. They are non-toxic and suitable for use for infants, children and adults.

These products are intended for Internal & External Use. Please see Application and Instructions. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact GCE at info@greycellenterprises.com .

Storage: Please refrigerate or keep in a cool, dark place at room temperature. Do not freeze. Store upright to avoid leakage. Replace the container lid when not in use.

Spillage: Clean up oil spills and dispose of carefully. The oils are non-toxic or flammable in normal temperatures and working environments.

Container Disposal: Dispose of the containers with care and consideration to your environment. Use a recycling centre if possible.

Inflammability: This product is not inflammable under normal temperatures and conditions and use. Do not expose to heat sources or naked flames.

Allergenicity: Non-Allogenic. No nut oil traces.

Eye Contamination: Avoid the use of these oils in eyes. There are no studies available to show effectiveness for eye infections or conditions. Please consult your general medical practitioner for treatment for eye infections.

Pregnancy: There is no evidence to show the products we use in this range are harmful to you or your unborn child. If you have any doubts, please consult with your medical practitioner before usage.

For Internal Use (Haemorrhoids, Vaginal Infections, Upper & Lower Gut Infections, HIV) please contact Dr Julian Holmes on drjulianholmes@gmail.com. If you are in any doubt, ask a doctor or pharmacist before use if you are using any other topical medications at the same time or immediately following use of this product. This may increase dryness or irritation of the skin. If this occurs, only one medication should be used unless directed by a doctor.

Treatment Duration: For areas of infection, the treatment time is from 4 – 14 days. For the treatment of skin surface ulcers, the treatment time for small areas is 1-2 weeks, for large ulcers, from 3 to 4 months. Healing time is dependent on the age of the patient, the medical status of the patient, and the size of the lesion being treated. If in any doubt, contact GCE at info@greycellenterprises.com. Further information is available from the Internet and World Wide Web on www.greycellenterprises.com.

Presentation: In a 10ml dropper bottle, as a 1ml Cellulose capsule, bulk as 500ml or 1 litre.

Ingredients: All the products used to make these ozonated oils are 100% organic, grown and sourced in South Africa. There is a large body of scientific research showing the effectiveness of these oils in infection control and healing. These oils are purified, and then taken to an oil-gel finish. They are available now in oil, and oil-gel form. Research papers can be found on the World Wide Web at www.greycellenterprises.com and www.the-o-zone.cc.

Ozonated olive oil

Uses, Application and Instructions:

General Uses: Skin Surface Abrasions and Cuts, Skin Ulceration, Nail Infection, Skin Penetrations: eg Thorns /Splinters, Skin Wounds, Skin Infections: (Bacterial: eg Acne, Fungal: eg Athlete’s Foot, Viral: eg Shingles, Lip Herpes) Superficial and Deep Burns, Trauma Injuries, Surgery Sites / Surgical Suture Lines, Insect Bites & Stings.

Insect Bites & Stings: Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water. Make sure any residual sting or insect parts are removed from the bite/sting area. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the bite or sting surface. Seek medical help if necessary. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface.

Skin Surface Abrasions and Cuts: Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water. It is important if possible to remove all foreign bodies from the skin surface, such as gravel, small stones, sand, and dirt. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected skin surface. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface. There is no need to cover unless protection from further trauma is required, or work place health and safety regulations require wound coverage.

Skin Ulceration: Clean the ulcer site and surrounding area with cooled boiled or sterile water. Dry to a damp surface if possible and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the ulcer site and surrounding skin edge. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected area. There is no need to cover unless protection from further trauma is required, or work place health and safety regulations require wound coverage.

Skin Wounds: If possible clean your hands and the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water. Remove all parts of the thorn or splinters if possible. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected skin surface. Seek medical help if necessary. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re- cleaning the affected surface. Cover with a dressing if possible. Seek medical help if necessary.

Burns: Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected skin surface. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface. Cover with a dressing if possible. Seek medical help urgently if the burn is extensive in area.

Trauma Injuries: Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water if possible. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected area. Cover with a field dressing if possible. Seek medical help urgently.

Infection: Bacterial: eg Acne Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled, sterile water or skin cleanser. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected skin surface. Seek medical help if necessary. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface. There is no need to cover with a dressing.

Infection: Fungal: eg Athlete’s Foot Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected skin surface and between the toes. Seek medical help if necessary. Re- apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface. Wear open shoes to allow the foot to remain dry. Change socks every day and wash following manufacturer’s instructions.

Infection: Viral: e.g. Shingles, Lip Herpes. Clean the affected skin or lip surface with cooled boiled or sterile water. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected skin surface. Seek medical help if necessary. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface. There is no need to cover unless protection from further trauma is required, or work place health and safety regulations require wound coverage.

Nail Infections: Clean the nail and surrounding finger/toe skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water. Dry and apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the nail and surrounding skin surface. If possible, work the oil/oil-gel below the nail and into the creases on either side of the nail. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected area. On fingers, a finger cot, or gloves will help keep the oil/oil- gel in the correct place, and prevent touched areas being left with an oil film. On toes, there is no need to cover unless protection from further trauma is required, or work place health and safety regulations require treatment area coverage.

Gum Tissue Infections: Bacterial: Clean the affected area with cooled boiled or sterile water or hydrogen peroxide mouth rinse. Apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected mouth surface. Seek dental help if necessary. Re- apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface. There is no need to cover with a dressing.

Dry Socket: Dry socket is a superficial bone and soft tissue infection, usually following the removal of a tooth or teeth (especially 8’s) but this can occur in any site in the mouth after surgery. It is painful, and can take a long period of time to settle and heal with routine antibiotics. To treat with ozonated oils, clean the affected area with cooled boiled or sterile water or hydrogen peroxide mouth rinse. Apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil around and over the affected gum surface with a cotton wool bud soaked with 4-5 drops of the ozonated oil you were given.

Fungal: eg Denture Sore Mouth: Clean the affected gum tissue surface with cooled boiled or sterile water or hydrogen peroxide mouth rinse. Clean your denture with soap and

water, rinse, and dry. Apply 3-4 drops of the ozonated oil over the fitting surface (the surface that touches the gum tissue) of the denture and replace. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface.

Viral: eg Lip Herpes; Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water or hydrogen peroxide. Apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected lip surface. Reapply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface.

Mouth & Tongue Ulceration: Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water or hydrogen peroxide mouth rinse. Apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the ulcer site and surrounding skin edge. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected area.

Aphthous Ulcers: Either ozone gas from the CMU3 unit can be delivered onto the ulcer surface, or ozonised oils can be placed onto the ulcer surface directly. Clean the affected skin surface with cooled boiled or sterile water or hydrogen peroxide mouth rinse. Apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected tissue surface. Soak the end of a cotton wool bud with 3-4 drops of the oil and wipe across the ulcers. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface.

Periodontal Pockets: These oils should be used in conjunction with thorough scale and debris prophylaxis. They are NOT an alternative to routine professional oral hygiene care. Divide your mouth into 6 areas – upper right back, middle top, upper left top and so on. Soak a ‘T-Pee’ brush with ozonated oil, and use to clean around the first segment of your mouth. Repeat for the other 5 segments.

Surgery Areas and Stitches: Clean your stitches with cooled boiled or sterile water, or hydrogen peroxide solution. Apply a thin layer of the ozonated oil over the affected skin surface with a cotton wool bud soaked with 3-4 drops of the ozonated oil. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re-cleaning the affected surface. There is no need to cover, such as with a perio-pack, unless protection from further trauma is required.

Denture Sore Mouth: Clean the affected gum tissue surface with cooled boiled or sterile water or hydrogen peroxide mouth rinse. Clean your denture with soap and water, rinse, and dry. Apply 3-4 drops of the ozonated oil over the fitting surface (the surface that touches the gum tissue) of the denture and replace. Re-apply every 3-4 hours after re- cleaning the affected surface.

Dental Implants: You should have been instructed on how to use inter-dental brushes or ‘Christmas Tree’ brushes. 2 drops of oil are placed on the brush, and then the brush is taken between each abutment surface, around each implant abutment, or each gingival cuff. Reload the oil after 2-3 abutments have been treated. Repeat once a day.

Lichen Planus: Clean the affected skin / gum surfaces and using a ‘Q’-Tip soaked with ozonated oil, apply a thin layer of the oil. Repeat every 4-6 hours. For internal surfaces, use ozonated oil in capsules – contact Dr Julian Holmes.

Gut Infections; Swallow 1 capsules with a glass of water, 3 times each day for the first 3 days, then 2 capsules, 3 times a day for 6 days.

This article was written by Dr Julian Holmes www.the-o-zone.cc

Louise PyperGrey Cell Enterprises – Ozonated Plant Extracts, Patient Information

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