Myers Detox Podcast on Using Ozonated Water with Eileen Durfee

Wendy Myers: Hi everyone, my name is Wendy Myers. Welcome to the Myers Detox podcast, where I teach you everything related to heavy metal detoxification and give you all the tools and tips and tricks and insider knowledge to dramatically improve your life with the power of detox. Today, we have my friend Eileen Durfee on the show. She is going to be talking about using ozone or ozonated water to improve detox or using it to detox all the many benefits of ozone, how ozone reduces algae and bacteria and fungus and microbes and mildew and mold and insects and their larvae, parasite spores and viruses in your body, your garden or your home in seconds. Ozone is an amazing tool that has many, many versatile uses.

We're also gonna talk about how to incorporate ozonated water into your daily routine, tips and tricks on how to use it and ingest ozonated water and ozone devices explain. So medical grade devices versus some of the devices that Eileen Durfee has invented herself. She has a really small portable one, and a large one for gardening and using around animal husbandry and farms and things like that. So, we're going to talk about everything ozone, with Eileen. So, she's a former nuclear power engineer, auditor and inspector. She became toxic and suffered from allergies, chemical sensitivities and thyroid disease on her health journey.

During her quest to heal herself, to heal and detoxify and achieve natural health, she invented a lot of the helpful solutions, things that she couldn't find that she needed. Eileen therefore is really passionate about taking good ideas, and creating better health products to support detoxification, energy production, mineralization and natural health. She has been granted a few different patents and has some patents pending and has written a self-help book on low back pain to fix $100 billion a year low back pain problems. We'll have her on the show to talk about that soon, too. You can find, Eileen, thanks so much for coming on the show.

Eileen Durfee: Thanks for having me, Wendy.

Wendy Myers: So, tell us about your story. You've been on the show a few times. But for any first-time listeners, why don't you tell us about your story? It's very compelling, and why you have come to own this company with so many amazing detox products to help all of us detox?

Eileen Durfee: Well, I was a former nuclear power plant engineer, auditor and trainer and I became sick. At one point, I was allergic to everything and I found out that it was due to toxic exposure. I became a universal reactor with multiple chemical sensitivities. Doctors were not helping me. So, I started being my own guinea pig and realized that connection between the toxins and started rebuilding my health by cleaning up my environment around me, and then also getting toxins out of my body. That is how I've regained my health. So, it's my passion. It's like, I think, man, it's like I suffered for 30 years. It's almost criminal that more people don't know about these things or have tools to help themselves.

Wendy Myers: Yeah, necessity is a mother of invention. Right?

Eileen Durfee: It is.

Wendy Myers: That’s like your motto. Yeah, because it's sad for me also when I work with clients that are - been sick for 10, 20 or more years, and the doctor has never mentioned heavy metals, or toxins or mold. It's just insane to me. It is criminal. So that's why we do what we do to help people open their eyes to the fact that toxins are impacting their body in so many different ways. So, today we're going to talk about ozone, because ozone is an amazing tool that you can use for so many different things. I love the things that you talk about in regards to ozone and affordable ozone. So, let's lay the groundwork first. What is ozone?

Eileen Durfee: Ozone is a gas and it has three individual molecules of oxygen. Everything in our world and our bodies is electric. So, when you've got three, you've got this odd pair that is going to break off. It's going to oxidize things, and then it releases O2, or oxygen. So, it's a nature's cleaner. After a rainstorm with lightning and stuff, you'll smell that fresh smell, that's ozone, and it can be diffused into water, saturated with water and that's used in many places. It's like a liquid sanitizer when it's diffused in water. Studies have shown that one molecule of ozone is 3500 times more pathogenic than chlorine bleach.

Yet, the way that it works, you think like, oh, my gosh, it's gonna like really hurt my cells or whatever. Healthy normal cells have an enzyme protective coating around them. So, when you expose those cells to ozonated water, it doesn't hurt them. But the cells that are infected with the bacteria or virus, or are abnormal cells that we want to kind of like give our body a leg up to help recycle and get out of our body. That's where ozone comes in, and it will oxidize those. So, it's a tremendous thing that we can use in our lives.

Wendy Myers: So, you talked about ozonating water. What can ozonated water be used for?

Eileen Durfee: You can use it for drinking. Then, you can clean food to make it safe. So, those are the major things that I teach people to do in their daily life. There's other uses for ozone gas, but as far as Ozone Water goes, it's going to purify your water. I mean, if you took a cup of coffee, and ozonated it long enough, it would turn into pure water, because it'll oxidize and break down everything to where it's just pure water. Then, the foods we eat aren't always that safe. Even if you're getting organic produce, it's grown in dirt. So, what lives in dirt? larvae from parasites. So, like if you're juicing and you didn't get, because some of these larvae are microscopic. You don't even see them, and you can ingest them and then they begin their lifecycle in our body.

So, I never consume any food unless I clean it with ozone. So, with ozonating and making our fresh fruits and vegetables safe is tremendous. In the process of protecting us from the parasite lifecycle, there's other things like how many food recalls have we seen with Listeria and E. coli and Salmonella that could even be life threatening. They'll recall strawberries or lettuce, where every pathogen has a concentration level of ozone, and contact time that it dies. So like E. coli, for instance, at 0.1 part per million takes 15 seconds to kill. With some of the machines that I teach people how to use, you're going to have a concentration of at least one part per million and higher of ozone dissolved in the water. So, I mean, just rinsing your food is going to begin to make it safe.

Wendy Myers: Yeah, and I love using your device that you created. It's called the Tri-Oxy FRESH. I’d take like the little hose, it has a ball at the end of it. I put it in the water that I'm rinsing my vegetables with and kind of put my vegetables in there and kill off all the pathogens, all the larva, the bacteria and all the other stuff that I don't want going into my body. It's just a simple, easy way. I just have it right next to my kitchen sink and I'm using it all the time for so many different things. I just love it so much.

Eileen Durfee: Yeah, it's super simple because it’s got a touch screen. As Wendy said, there's a stone on the end of a silicone tube that you immerse in the water. The stone has really tiny holes in it. There's a white stone, there's a gray stone. The white stone has the smallest holes, and it's actually just diffuses ozone gas into water faster. The smaller bubbles of ozone that you have of the gas, the more surface area it has to transform the water into ozonated water, it's like liquid sanitizer.

So, it doesn't take very long. Five minutes for a glass of water. If you want to like have a giant tub or half your sink full of vegetables, I throw that down there and then I cover it up with the towel, because it's like the iceberg effect. You know the broccoli floats, right? So, you have that top part of it. So, not all the gas dissolves into the water. So, with the towel over it, then it's getting the more of the tops of the broccoli that aren't submerged in the water. Then I just gently swish around everything for about two to five seconds after it's done, ozonated and then you've got clean, healthy, safe food.

Wendy Myers: Yeah, I love it, because I juice quite a bit. So, I love to create like a little bowl of ozonated water, wash my vegetables in that and then go to juice them. So, it tells like, what is the process. You just mentioned ozonating them, putting them in the ozonated water and then rinsing them. Is that what you just said?

Eileen Durfee: Oh, well, I kind of like agitate them. So, how I do it. Instead of just ozonating water without my vegetables in there or fruits, I throw everything in the bowl, throw the diffuser in there, put the towel over it, I turn the exhaust fan on because again, we don't want to breathe a lot of ozone gas. So, I turn the exhaust fan on. So, I have some cross ventilation, and then I go work on something else for about 10 minutes. Then I come back and then I, when I say rinse, I mean they agitate. It's just still in the ozone water and I'm putting my hands in there and I'm just making sure all the crevices and everything's flushed really good with that ozonated water.

Wendy Myers: That's a good tip to put the towel over to trap the gas in there as much as -

Eileen Durfee: Because of the iceberg effect because you got stuff that's going to float that won't be under the water. So, it's just giving it more contact time is what it's doing.

Wendy Myers: Okay, great. So, you mentioned drinking ozonated water. So, what are your tips? So how many glasses of ozonated water do you think people should do per day or per week? What do you do?

Eileen Durfee: Well, what I do is, while I'm getting my coffee ready for my coffee enema, I'm ozonating a glass of water, because you want to drink ozone water on an empty stomach. Remember, if you ozonated coffee, it would become pure water. If you ozonate something for long enough, it'll just break it down. So, don't drink ozone water with your supplements. Or when you're eating food, you're just going to make the good stuff less effective. So, I do that in the morning and I get busy. I try to do it during the day to have another glass but I would say, you're doing good if you can work in and consistently consume an eight-to-10-ounce glass of ozonated water a day. is going to recommend people on their protocols not as a primary protocol but to begin drinking up to two liters of ozonated water a day. It's a challenge because you don't want to use that water when you're taking your supplements. So, you want to drink the water half an hour before eating and two hours after eating. So, I choose to do it before my coffee enema and then I do my Near Infrared sauna. It's like after my coffee enema that I'm drinking my hydrogen water. So I've got my little routine down so that I can consistently do that.

Wendy Myers: So how can the ozonated water help to speed up detox?

Eileen Durfee: Actually, the EPA in contaminated groundwater areas will drill large wells and they'll inject ozonated water in the aquifers to clean it, to break down heavy metals and petrochemicals and all kinds of things. Our body is mostly water. So, it's really just purifying the water that we have in our body. When we drink it on an empty stomach, it's reactive, because it's still in the state of being saturated with the O3 molecule. And depending on temperature, you've got maybe 15 to 20 minutes, maybe 30 minutes. And that O1 is going to break off and it's going to oxidize and break down things that you would normally work hard detoxing out of your body. It will convert it into something more safe, so that your body can eliminate it.

So, it's a great hack to speed up any detox or to get rid of your Herxheimer reactions and detox problems. But I do recommend starting slow. I've had some people that will start out with like four ounces of water, and ozonate it for like a minute, an ounce maybe. So, start off with that. Especially if a person is sensitive to detox. I have other people that they'll call me up and they'll go, wow, as soon as I drink a glass of ozonated water, I don't have a headache. It's like some people could just be oxygen starved of why their head is hurting. So just start slow as with any new thing, see how you're gonna react, and then work up from there.

Wendy Myers: Yeah, cuz when you're drinking this water, you're effectively killing bacteria in the body, fungus, mold, parasites, viruses and other kind of critters that have managed to get their way into your body, you're working to kill that stuff off.

Eileen Durfee: Right. Definitely.

Wendy Myers: Yeah. Including gut infections too. So, it's really, really key. So let's talk about the different methods of making ozonated water just so we're making some distinctions here because your device, I love it, because it's so inexpensive because when I had looked on the internet and read about the amazing benefits of ozone, I'd find the devices but they were several thousand dollar medical-grade ozone devices and not everyone needs that. But we'll get into that in a minute. But you've just created the Tri-Oxy Fresh. It was really affordable around $300 price point where everyone can afford to utilize ozone which is so beneficial. I mean, I can't believe how many uses for ozone that I use. Like I have an Ozone eye cream that I use. I just went to a biological dentist Dr. Panahpour in Beverly Hills, but he's using ozone to inject into - I have to get a tooth pulled unfortunately and get an implant.

He's using ozone to kill off infection and all the amazing biological dentists are using ozone. There's a lot of different uses for it. But ozonating water is one of the simplest ways that people can enjoy the benefits of it. So, I just want to make that point. So, there's lots of different ways to make ozonated water. Can you talk a little more about that, and then we'll get into bottled ozonated water and the problems with that too.

Eileen Durfee: Yeah. Using the diffusion method is the most common, least expensive, easiest way to use the machine pumps ozone gas through like a silicone tube, and then it comes out the pores of a stone. Then that helps mix the ozone gas into the water. It's just surface contact. So, the smaller the bubbles you have, the quicker the transfer from the gaseous state to a liquid state. See, everything in the world is solid, liquid or gas. So that's why ozonated water is so great, where we have to be careful about inhaling straight gas because that's a really excitable state of ozone.

When you get it into the liquid state infused in the water, then it's safe and can be used a lot of ways. Now, a more industrial application for mixing ozone gas into water is under pressure. The flow of the water basically sucks ozone gas into the water line and mixes it. That's a lot more efficient, where like 85% of the ozone a machine makes will get dissolved in the water. So, that's kind of like instant on demand systems. Like Wendy was talking about bottled ozonated water. A lot of all the bottled water we buy just for sanitation, safety, they ozonated.

They do that through towers, tall towers of water, and it generates ozone. So then, it immediately does its thing. The O1 breaks off and it goes and it kills the bacteria, the viruses or whatever that shouldn't be in the water to make it safe, and then the O2 is in the water. But O2 doesn't last very long. I mean, it's gone in 15, 20 minutes. So, that's unfortunately why you can't just go buy ozonated water in a bottle. The magic has already happened. You want to drink that water and have the magic happen. So, all the water in your body begins to become cleaner. It helps you detoxify.

Wendy Myers: Yes, yes. So, can you use the ozonated water in coffee enemas? I mean, could you take the ozone device and put it into a coffee enema and insert it into your body that way?

Eileen Durfee: You can. But I wouldn't ozonate your coffee water solution. I would do your coffee enema and then I would do a follow up enema with just ozonated water. Because a coffee enema is great and we don't want to make it less effective. Ozone is great but we don't want to make it less effective because it will be busy breaking down the coffee instead of so much of cleaning up your body. So, it needs to be done separately but yes, it is awesome. Now, there is a distinction with my machines. There is a reason why there's medical grade ozone machines out there and they are great. They actually have to be fed with an oxygen tank to make ozone and they're ultra-pure.

You could go to your doctor and have your blood removed and have it go through a machine where they ozonate your blood and then have it come back into your body. Or you could take the straight gas and they call that insufflation where they pump the gas into cavities of your bodies like in your ears. You know, vaginally, rectally. That's where the medical ozone is mandatory. You cannot use the machines that I've created for that. I just felt that all these machines have a life span. When you've got the oxygen tanks that's costing money, just the sheer cost of the medical grade ozone machine can be cost prohibitive for a lot of people to bring ozone into their life. So, using the corona discharge ozone generators that I've created, you can have safe drinking water, clean your food, use it as a vaginal douche, follow up with a coffee enema. These are all things that are totally safe that don't require the expensive machine or refilling oxygen tanks.

Wendy Myers: Okay, fantastic. So, let's talk about the two devices that you invented to bring people affordable ozone. So, we are talking about the Tri-Oxy FRESH, which is just a little, little device. Do you want to show it to us? It’s just a little device –

Eileen Durfee: Sure.

Wendy Myers: … that you can plug in and have it next to your sink. It's very lightweight, simple, inexpensive, easy to use. You just press a button and it gives you ozone, it's amazing. So, you can use that for drinking the water and all the uses you just talked about, washing your vegetables and I am using mine on a daily basis, I love it. But you also have another larger device that - can you tell us about that? It's for people that love gardening and that want to use it in their yard and not wanting to use pesticides. You can use ozone instead. So, tell us about that?

Eileen Durfee: Sure. It is actually a five gram per hour ozone generator machine with the handle and legs, that you basically screw your hose in, and hose out.

Wendy Myers: Like a garden hose?

Eileen Durfee: Yeah. Garden hose in and a garden hose out or like a sprayer. Then it's got an adjustment knob, with 10 revolutions of turning. So, you can go from no ozone to a maximum of five grams per hour ozone. The uses for this machine go from raising all the animals, the chickens, the cows, horses, pigs, rabbits, whatever kind of animal you're growing. There's ways to give them ozonated water so you don't have any algae in the troughs anymore. As far as how it works with gardening, I have a coil mister hose, and when you mist plants with ozonated water, wonderful things happened. I read a study where they used ozonated water when growing onions and cucumbers, and what they found out is that the ozone got rid of the powdery mildew and the mold on the plants. It caused the plants to uptake more oxygen, so they produced 40% more than the control group of onions and cucumbers that were grown without regular misting of ozonated water.

Another benefit is through what’s called cell lysing. This is the insect larvae. The ozone will destroy the insect larvae. So early in the growing season when you start misting everything down with the ozonated water, it’s going to kill those so they don’t hatch. So, you don’t have the life cycle, so you don’t have to be using pesticides, even the natural. It’ll cut way down on your neem oil. I have some cannabis growers using the machine, and amazing things are happening for them. When they do a grow, the whole room has to be sterilized. They’ve been using toxic bleach, and this they just can hose down the place, get it cleaned up. Then in the misting of the plants, their mold counts, because all that has to be tested, and you have to have acceptable amounts in order to be able for it to be consumed. So it’s solving so many problems. One of the growers, the canopy of his grow normally was about four feet lower than the ceiling of his greenhouse. At the end of the ceiling, the girls were pushing up completely at the ceiling.

Wendy Myers: Yeah.

Eileen Durfee: It was – I mean, it was just like they are just, they just love it. Then, I got to tell a story. A lot of people are doing their fresh eggs for their chickens and having them be pasture raised and everything like that, and one of the big … I guess he’s got about 1000 birds, and he has all these troughs-

Wendy Myers: He must like eggs?

Eileen Durfee: Well, he does a lot of things and he breeds chickens and things. But every week they have to clean the algae out of the troughs. And just with that many birds, he usually loses about 10% of them, the food that they’re feeding out might have moldy or been compromised before they eat it or something. Just even when you don’t have disease, you’re going to lose some animals. Since he started using this, because he put it like on a timer for the water to flow. Then the ozone generator turns on. So, all the troughs, he never has to clean them out anymore because there’s never any algae. Then the chickens started drinking more water, and he lost zero animals in a whole year.

It's like, and you know, chickens will get lice and they’ll get mites and they’ll get all these things that affect their plumage and health and everything like that, they mist all the pens down, none. My chiropractor does 4-H and so they have a pig pen and all these things. Well, they just take a hose and they just spray down the pig pen every day when they’re out there. Guess what happened? No flies, a pig pen without flies. Then on the horses and everything, they didn’t have to put miticide on the animal eyes anymore, because they’re using ozone around the barn. So, there’s like everything from 4-H'ers to larger farmers to people wanting to go organic in their garden. This, this little device just has a handle and it has little legs. It’s just amazing. Oh, and the reason why we put the adjustment knob is, we also have someone using our ozone, our older ozone machine. They would dilute the ozonated water because it was making too much ozone to saturate the roots of the plants, because you don’t want to kill the soil microbes.

Wendy Myers: Yeah.

Eileen Durfee: So, they dialed it down to the perfect - diluted it down to the perfect amount of ozonated water so they could water the plants as well. So that’s when we came up with, okay, you can have zero to five parts per million and we’ll give you a 10-revolution adjustment knob. So now, it’s just like once you determine your water concentration, you can just set it and use it, because for the misting of the plants, you want it on high. You want the maximum. But yeah. Even this year, earlier this year, they were killing millions of chickens in California because of the Bird Flu.

Bird flu, not only can be transmitted from bird to bird, but the virus can get on human clothes or rags and then you go to another farm, you can give them the Bird Flu, and it’s super expensive. So, this device, you could take a water line in here and then go from the outlet to your clothes washer. So, on these farms, they could be cleaning up all their rags and their clothes so they’re not bringing the disease to other locations. So even somebody in their home, if they wanted to hook this up to their washing machine, they could.

Wendy Myers: Yeah. And I would love that also because I grow a handful of vegetables and I grow sprouts and I have a few little things I grow. I like it because you can use this device to also clean the water that you’re watering them with because a big issue on even like organic farms where a lot of people are buying their food and they’re buying organic, they’re watering the organic food with this totally toxic water like that’s not regulated on these farms. So, I –

Eileen Durfee: Right.

Wendy Myers: That’s another source of contamination in our food supply. So, I love that this ozone machine can help mitigate a lot of that before it gets into the soil and the food.

Eileen Durfee: Yes. So, it’s just making something really easy. I had another device and I had external venturis and everything else, and I loved it. But this one has two internal venturis. So as long as from your faucet to the machine, if the hose is not longer than 10 feet, and then you have a 25-foot hose out of here, you don’t need a booster pump. Now, they make these machines that are really expensive. You can spend $20,000 on one, but they’ve got like internal booster pumps and all this kind of stuff to get the flow up there. So this machine is just, when you use it within those limits, you can use it all the way around, your gardening, your laundry, everything to do with animals. Like there’s different places where it’s just so humid and everything. There’s actually literally mold outside and different things, so you could use it for cleaning sidewalks and things like that. It’s just really multi, multi-use device, and that’s what I wanted to give. It is more expensive than the Fresh, but it’s thousands less than the alternatives.

Wendy Myers: Yeah, because this is less than $2,000. What is it called again?

Eileen Durfee: Tri-Oxy Complete.

Wendy Myers: The Tri-Oxy Complete. So that’s the machine you use to water your garden or make large amounts of ozonated water for household and industrial use. So that’s less than $2,000, but the Tri-Oxy Fresh, the smaller one is super affordable and I also use it for my broccoli sprouts. So, I grow lots of sprouts. I have like a little EasyGreen machine. I love growing like garlic sprouts and sunflower sprouts, and they’re prone to fungus, and they’re prone to bacteria because it’s just, it’s super humid and they’re constantly being watered five times a day. So, I poured the ozonated water in there when they’re getting watered, I mean, and it kills all the bacteria and gives them oxygen and just I have better broccoli sprouts.

Eileen Durfee: In that EasyGreen, I have one of those too, just lift the white plug and put this in there, in the water bath, that it dispenses the water from. So, I’ll just periodically ozonate the water that’s in the reservoir.

Wendy Myers: Yeah, yeah. It’s amazing. I love it. It’s just it’s so ingenious, all the different uses you can have for, for ozonated water. So, tell us where can we learn more about you, where can we find all of your tools that for ozone and for detox in general?

Eileen Durfee: At, so that’s That’s where innovative health products come to life. I just want to say one thing for all the people that have dogs. Right now, I don’t have a German Shepherd but I used to, and bathing was just a nightmare. Anyway, this little thing for cleaning your pets and getting rid of all the pet odor, oh my gosh, you’re going to love this thing.

Wendy Myers: Oh wow, that’s a really good use. I’m so, I am over petting dogs and they’re just so smelly. But I have my two dogs. That’ll come in really handy to wash them.

Eileen Durfee: Oh, yeah, yeah. Even my grandson’s wading pool, I filled it up with ozonated water and I let him play. I mean, the oxygen that we get in the skin. How about the Wim Hof method where we take a sauna and we do like a cold shower? You could like infuse your body with so much oxygen, with your pores open to put this up to a sprayer. That’s the thing is, it’s so portable. You can hook it up and you can use it, take ozone baths, use your imagination, really.

Wendy Myers: Yeah, well that’s great. Thanks for giving us those couple other tips. And Eileen, thanks so much for coming on the show and imparting your wisdom to us once again.

Eileen Durfee: Well, thank you.

Wendy Myers: Thanks so much for tuning in and I’ll talk to you guys’ next week.