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Our New San Diego California Office. Buy Fully Potent Ozonated Oils. Rent Ozone Generators in San Deigo.

April 16, 2019

Our New San Diego California Office. Buy Fully Potent Ozonated Oils. Rent Ozone Generators in San Deigo.

I moved to Phoenix last fall mainly to work with my good friend Larry H. who is helping to establish wellness centers on Native American tribal lands. It's an exciting project that will help so many people on so many levels, not just those who seek alternative therapies, and I'd love to share what I know about that project but I've been asked not to, so I won't.  I will comment in the future however when the time comes.

I did enjoy my time in the Phoenix area, but life happens and I had to move back to San Diego to take care of my High School aged children.  The company that their mom helps manage is promoting her and relocating her to Costa Mesa, about two hours north of San Diego.  My kids asked me to move back to San Diego so that they could stay with me and so that they don't have to be up-rooted to a new area.  I'm a family first kinda guy, so when duty calls, I answer the call.  So San Diego it will be for the next few years. I actually consider this a blessing and look forward to living once again in beautiful, not to hot, not to cool, San Diego. 

My new office in San Diego is on I-5 near Chula Vista. I will rent ozone generators as well as sell fully potent ozonated oils out of that office where I'll be from 9-3 M-F. (Call first before coming by)  All of the ozone generators we sell online will also be available for local pick-up.  The address is 2232 Verus St, Ste A, San Diego CA 92154.  Our local phone number is 619-874-3904. 

Our corporate office (Forever Ozone Store LLC) will remain in Wyoming by the way, that's the beauty of being an Internet company, you can Incorporate in one state and do business anywhere. Our return address for returns or repairs will be in San Diego moving forward. 

 


2 Responses

mike alcantara
mike alcantara

April 29, 2019

Hi Lynn. Pre-freezing the jar, that’s a good idea. We usually just place the jar (actually a large flower vase) in a bucket of ice, but I guess we could do both.

Ozone lasts around 40 minutes at room temps, but 4 hours at 40 degrees, so we lower the temperature to the 40 degree range with
ice and bubble it in for 4 hours then put the oil straight into the freezer. This will help the oil retain the ozone.

I know other bubble the ozone in over days, some even say weeks, but those oils thicken via another process that doesn’t involve ozone. The oils actually become hydrogenated with hydrogen, and I’m not sure that’s a good thing. Ozone is very unique in that it’s very reactive at room temperature. Very unstable. That’s just the nature of ozone. So if ozone is what you’re seeking for it’s anti-viral anti-fungal properties, and to stimulate stem cell creation in the skin (ozone does that via the oxidation process) then you want to follow our process to make ozone oil at cold temps then keeping it frozen. (This is why we don’t ship our oil – wouldn’t feel good about selling something that we know doesn’t have any ozone in it by the time it arrives except the ozone smell which does not dissipate)

Lynn Marie Russell
Lynn Marie Russell

April 29, 2019

Hi Mike , I’m so glad you are in San Diego, my daughter and her husband live there . I plan on coming by your location there in September.
Also how long do you recommend ozonating olive oil in a prefrozen glass jar ? Lynn Marie Russell

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