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PurO3 Ozonated Oil Samples

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Want to try our activated oxygen oils? Get some samples and find exactly what you're looking for.

These samples come in 5mL BPA-free plastic containers and are perfect for trying out our ozonated oils. Just choose the one you want above.

Note: You can also try samples of our Tooth & Gum Support. If you'd like to try all of our ozonated oils, you can save by buying the Ultimate Sample Pack.

Note: All sample containers are made of BPA-free plastic.  

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Why PurO3 is Better

Fully ozonated oils

Certified organic ingredients

Cold ozone production with a high purity oxygen source: Some oils are ozonated with high heat machines and low quality oxygen. PurO3 uses only medical grade oxygen and ultra pure ozone.

Made in the USA

Refrigerated storage: Our oils are frozen before they are shipped to you, so they keep their potency longer. Refrigerated oils can last up to ten years. We've found that even at room temperature, our oils can last up to a year.

Pure: No fillers, stabilizers, GMOs, preservatives or binders. Simple, safe and pure.

100% all natural and safe: No hidden ingredients.

Ozone Strength Guide

The Potential Ozonide Index (POI) shows how much ozone a particular oil can hold. The more Omega 3s, 6s and 9s an oil has, the more ozone it can infust and the stronger it is. The formula goes like this: Omega 3s (x3) + Omega 6s (x2) + Omega 9s (x1) = POI.

Coconut (14) -- Castor (35) -- Jojoba (39) -- Avocado (90) -- Olive (92) -- Sunflower (153) -- Hemp (92)

You can see more about the Potential Ozonide Index by reading our article.

Want to know more?

About PurO3 Activated Oxygen/Ozone: PurO3 uses a revolutionary new ozone technology called microfluidic platform technology fed with an ultra pure oxygen source. What makes this method special is the pure form of ozone produced without any heat. This allows PurO3 to provide the highest quality ozonated oil products on the market today.

Choosing an Oil by Strength and Consistency      Ozonated Oils and High Temperatures        Understanding the Scent of Ozonated Oils