Ozone Food Coloring Experiment

We decided to test out if the MP-3000 could completely oxidize green food coloring from regular tap water. The MP-3000 was set at 100 percent concentration and spread ozone throughout the water using the gray 2 inch oblong diffuser stone.

This demonstration removed the green food coloring completely and represents the way ozone can be used to remove undesirable tastes, chemicals and odors in water.

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Karen Marshall

Could you please show how to make ozonated olive oil with AND without an oxygen generator? I’m interested in knowing time differences and exactly what the olive oil looks like and what the consistency of the olive oil is like. I bought a jar and it is pretty solid. If it’s that solid, how do you remove the stone? I have started to ozonate 16 oz. of olive oil with an MP-5000. I have run the machine for 2 hours at a time and have reached 10 total hours, keeping the jar in the fridge between ozonating sessions.
I put ice water around the mason jar when ozonating.
Any additional information about this process would be greatly appreciated.
( Hi Angela! ♡)
Karen

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