Olive oil is the natural oil extracted from olives, the fatty fruit of the olive tree. About 24% of the oil is saturated fats and omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. But the predominant (73%) fatty acid in olive oil is a monounsaturated fat called oleic acid, which is extremely healthy. Oleic acid is believed to help reduce inflammation, and may have beneficial effects on genes linked to cancer. Extra virgin olive oil is fairly
nutritious. Apart from its beneficial fatty acids, it contains modest amounts of Vitamins E and K. But live oil is also loaded with powerful antioxidants. These antioxidants are biologically active and may help fight serious diseases. This includes antioxidants that can fight inflammation and help prevent the cholesterol in our blood from becoming oxidized, both crucial steps in the heart disease process.
Olive oil has numerous benefits for heart health. It lowers blood pressure, protects LDL particles from oxidation, and has beneficial effects on many other risk factors. Some studies suggest that olive oil can help fight Alzheimer’s disease, but more research is needed to confirm this. Both observational studies and clinical trials suggest that olive oil, combined with a Mediterranean diet, can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Extra virgin olive oil has anti-bacterial properties, and has been shown to be particularly effective against Helicobacter pylori, a type of bacteria that can cause stomach ulcers and stomach cancer.
Some researchers believe that ozone has therapeutic effects and the therapy has been studied and used for over 150 years. A layer of ozone is found in the earth’s stratosphere. Its primary purpose is to protect the earth from the sun’s ultraviolet radiation, most of which it absorbs. In medicine, ozone therapy is used to disinfect and treat conditions by disinfecting the area around them, improving the body’s intake and use of oxygen, and activating the immune system.
Not recommended for children under 10 years of age. Not suitable for use in patients with hyperthyroidism. (Thyroid Glands Overactivity). Not suitable for use by Favism patients (Lack of GL-6-F Dehydrogenase Enzyme) Which is accompanied by an enzyme deficiency in the red blood corpuscle. Not appropriate for patients with later stages of anemia and blood related disorders. (Haemophilia, coagulopathies). It is not suitable for chronic and recurrent pancreatitis patients. It is not suitable for patients with active bleeding or who had a bleeding over a period of 15 days (such as stomach bleeding, cerebral hemorrhage). It is not suitable for people who have an ozone allergy (It is a very rare condition, and it is more affected with odor sensitivity). Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from direct sunlight. Keep in a cold and dry place.
How to use:
One capsule per day should be taken with plenty of water in the evening or in the morning.