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How to Make Ozonated Castor Oil

Making ozonated castor oil is almost identical to making ozonated olive oil. Follow the procedures outlined in our tutorial: Ozonating Olive Oil.

The one big difference between the two oils is determining WHEN to stop the ozonation process. When you purchase ozonated castor oil, even though it might state on the packaging "fully saturated", it seldom is! Most of the castor oil sold today is only partially ozonated, and has the consistency of a thick liquid, even when refrigerated.

This is fine, because it makes the castor oil easily absorbed, and easy to use "by the drop". Once the castor oil starts to become thick, the manufacturers stop the process. They actually have to do this, because their industrial equipment can't really handle the thick goo that starts to develop during the last stage of oxidation.

This is the type of consistency you want if you are going to treat the eyes, use it as a salve for the skin, or take it (in tiny amounts only!) internally.

Partially Ozonated Castor Oil
Partially Ozonated Castor Oil

Notice in the above image that a long "stringy" solidified substance is starting to form. This is the point to STOP the process for partially ozonated castor oil. Stop the process, and pour into glass storage containers. Refigerate.


Fully Ozonating Castor Oil
Fully Ozonating Castor Oil

However, continue ozonating past this point if fully ozonated castor oil is desired. The castor oil, once nearly translucent/clear, begins to cloud. As this process continues, the castor oil will get thicker and thicker, until it forms a dense "goo".

If using the exact equipment set up as outlined in the tutorial, once the castor oil begins to show signs of solidifcation, it should take about 7 to 10 additional hours to complete.

We like to call this ozonated castor goo. It will often be filled with thousands of tiny bubbles; trapped gas. it is a very strange and unique substance!

This is the substance that should be used to mix with ozonated olive oil in order to make a substance very similar to "Rizol".

When the "full strength" smell of ozone starts to escape from the glass cylinder, the process is complete. Fill glass storage containers and refigerate.

Visit the next tutorial in this series: How to make Lipozinoil Zeta: A similar substance to Para Rizol Zeta

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