All oils, upon ozonation, lose their intrinsic properties. They vary depending on the amount of ozone that can be incorporated within them. The amount of ozone incorporated into our organic oils is dependent on the number of omega fatty acids in each particular oil. Some oils have more double bonds in their chemical structures than other oils. When ozone is bubbled into oils, the chemical structure actually changes to a ring form called an ozonide. The more double bonds that the intrinsic oil has, the more ozonides that will incorporate into that oil. The more ozonides that are within a particular oil will determine how strong that ozonated oil in it’s healing properties. A relative number called a Potential Oxidative Index (POI) is used to quantify the strengths of the oils in comparison to the other oils.