Ozone Oil Pills or Capsules

What They Are, What They Aren’t, How To Use Them, Where to Get Them
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At a Glance:

  • Ozone oil pills are the most effective way to ingest ozone oil 
  • Ozone oil pills and capsules are a strong antiseptic and stimulate healing in the stomach lining.
  • Ozone oil pills are not the same as ozone therapy — they’re only used for stomach infections, parasites, ulcers, or gut issues.
  • The best ozone oil pills come from companies that use cold technology which does not produce inflammatory compounds made by heat generation in the manufacturing process (most companies use a heat generation method).

What are Ozone Oil Pills?

Ozone oil pills are what they sound like — small capsules filled with ozone oil that you can swallow with plenty of water.  

Ozone oil is created when ozone gas is infused into a base oil, such as olive oil.  This creates peroxides which have antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties.  The peroxides in the oil also help foster a healing response in the tissue by stimulating growth factors.  

Ozone oil can be used on the skin, in the mouth, taken orally, or rectally/vaginally.  For the purposes of this article, I’m only covering orally consumed ozone oil pills.  You can read about ozone oil for the skin here or ozone suppositories for the gut/vagina here.

Why Ozone Oil Pills Are Not a Replacement for Ozone Therapy

Some confusion and false promises surround ozone oil pills.

Ozone oils are a known antiseptic.  They also stimulate growth factors to promote healing.  Dr. Velio Bocci wrote the following about the topical (on the skin) use of ozone oil:

"I would like to predict that the application of ozonated oil, a simple and inexpensive remedy, will become far more useful than expensive pharmaceutical creams and will herald a medical revolution for the topical treatment..."

While ozone oil for the skin is well-documented with proven benefits, taking it by mouth is only slightly demonstrated for stomach infections, ulcers, and some parasites.  There are some anecdotal reports that it may assist with gut issues (candida, leaky gut, etc.) but this is largely unknown.

However, ozone oil pills are not a replacement for ozone therapy.  They do not do the same thing and do not appear to have systemic benefits. 

When I say ozone therapy, I’m referring to the application of medical grade ozone gas into the body (rectum, vagina, blood, etc.).

Ozone therapy has been demonstrated for tremendous benefits.  However, ozone oil pills have an entirely different effect and mechanism of action.  None of the scientific literature suggests that ozone oil pills are comparable to ozone therapy.

Ozone Oil Pills and Capsules taken orally

Ozone Therapy Ozone Oil Pills and Capsules taken orally
Systemic Treatment - benefits the whole body Eliminates pathogens in the stomach and may help with parasites. Does not benefit the entire body
Increased oxygen efficiency (more energy and reduced brain fog) Does not increase oxygen efficiency
Modulates the immune system Does not modulate the immune system
Mitigates oxidative stress (stronger cells) Does not mitigate oxidative stress
Improves blood flow and microcirculation Does not improve blood flow
Assists detox pathways Does not assist the detox pathways
Demonstrated results for leaky gut, gut dysbiosis, candida overgrowth, etc. Some people have stated it helps with leaky gut, dysbiosis, candida overgrowth, etc

Uses for Ozone Oil Capsules

Minimal scientific evidence for:

  • Giardiasis - a parasitic infection

Dr. Velio Bocci wrote in his book, Ozone: A New Medical Drug, 

“Silvia Menendez et al., (1995) treated 222 children affected by infantile giardiasis, a parasitic disease, obtaining a remarkable cure without toxicity in 76% of children.”

Anecdotal reports for:

  • Candida overgrowth
  • Leaky Gut
  • Gut Dysbiosis
  • Food sensitivities

Benefits of Ozone Oil Pills

Ozone oil has a twofold effect when it is applied to the body - it’s an antiseptic and stimulates healing.

  • Ozone oil is a strong antiseptic, so it’s able to eliminate pathogens by oxidizing them.  
  • Ozone oil is able to speed wound healing.  It’s assumed this would have a positive effect on a damaged stomach or gut lining.

Side Effects of Ozone Oil Pills

Although most practitioners deem it safe to consume ozone oil pills, there isn’t a lot of research about potential side effects of consuming ozone oil itself. 

Where to Buy Ozone Oil Pills (Capsules)

The industry has a lot of variety in how the ozone oil is produced, the type of oil, and how much ozone has been stabilized into the oil. With that in mind, here are a few things that you should look for if you’re considering ozone oil capsules.  

  • Known potency of the oil.  It’s actually measured in peroxide value.
  • Ultra pure oil.  Certain oils have an inflammatory effect on the body. You want an oil that does not elicit this type of response.
  • Cold technology used to make the oil.  This is important because a heated process alters the base oil and creates inflammatory compounds produced by heat.


I personally feel comfortable and safe taking ozone oil pills, and there is a little research. So I would try it as a “just in case it helps” type scenario — if I was facing a stomach infection, gut dysbiosis, or some gastrointestinal issue.  But I wouldn’t be holding my breath. 

I believe that rectal ozone therapy, vaginal ozone insufflation, and intravenous ozone therapy are more effective and stimulate the pathways to long term health, whereas ozone oil pills do not.

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