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This document serves as a DIY tutorial describing how to make a product like Germany's Para Rizol Zeta. Rizol formulations were first developed in Germany, around 1915. Rizol was used medicinally from 1915 to about 1947. The new "Para Rizol" formulations were researched and developed by Dr. Gerhard Steidl in Erlangen, Germany.
Please note that one will need a supply of ozonated olive oil and ozonated castor oil before proceeding! Read our tutorials on how to make each ozonated oil, or purchase them from a reputable supplier.
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How to Make Lipozonoil Zeta (Para Rizol Zeta): 2 Ounces
Making the "Rizol" Raw Material
The first step in making lipozonoil is to make the raw material "base". This simply involves mixing equal portions of ozonated castor oil and ozonated olive oil together, and then blending it with non-ozonated olive and castor oil.
Take 3/4 ounce (22 ml) of ozonated olive oil and mix it with 3/4 ounce ((22 ml) of ozonated castor oil. Mix the two substances until they are well blended.
Mix enough non-ozonated olive oil and non-ozonated castor oil together to make about 1/3 (10 ml) of an ounce of material. This would be roughly 5 ml of each oil.
Then, mix both the ozonated oils and the non-ozonated oils together. This will make just under two ounces of material. This new material will be very similar to the original Rizol. The non-ozonated oils serve to both buffer and protect the essential oils used in this formulation, so that they are not oxidized.
At this point, the new base material can be mixed with other oils, including essential oils. Our formulation, however, goes one step further: Mixing the Rizol with liposomal essential oils. If one is unable to make the liposomal formulation, simply use the oils without encapsulating them.
Making the Liposomal Essential Oils Formulation
Study the tutorial: How to Make Liposomal Essential Oils (LEOs).
The same general process will be used to make the LEOs we will be using. There is one big difference, however. There is no need to dilute the essential oils in colloidal silver, since they will be diluted into the Rizol.
Follow the methodology presented in the tutorial. However, prepare the LEOs as directed below, rather than described in the tutorial:
The following materials will be required for the Zeta formulation. Use a small scale (accurate to 0.001 grams) for best results:
Add all of the ingredients into a small glass vessel (2 - 4 ounce). Place the container into the ultrasonic bath unit. Turn on the heater. Run the ultrasonic bath unit for 30 minutes. Do not allow the temperature of the LEOs to exceed about 115 degrees F. Heating them to 104 degrees F will suffice. Stir occasionally during processing.
Once complete, mix the liposomal essential oils into the Rizol material. Blend well. The lipozonoil should fit nicely into a two ounce glass storage jar. The lipozonoil is now finished.
Refrigerate while not in use.
Using Lipozonoil Zeta
Rizol formulations are incredible due to both the active ingredients, and the delivery system (the ozonated oils). The ozonated olive oil and ozonated castor oil keep the essential oils active on and in the body for at least 12 hours (or at least, as long as they are present in or on the body). The formulation also acts as a time release mechanism for both the essential oils and the ozonides (organic peroxides).
For external use, Rizols can be applied topically, as needed, as a salve. It keep the active ingredients bio-active on the skin for many hours longer than any other carrier substance.
To use internally (orally), start with about one tiny drop, once daily. Very slowly, work up to no more than 10 drops three times daily. Use any greater dose only at your own risk.
Use up to one ounce rectally as a suppository only after seeking professional guidance.
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