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Bio-available Liquid Oxygen Explained

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OxygenSuperCharger™ Bio-available Liquid Oxygen (ASO®) contains high levels of dissolved oxygen in a saline base. It is highly stable with a long shelf life. While oxygen is normally thought of as a gas, it is part of the liquid in water. Water is made up of atoms of hydrogen and oxygen arranged as molecules of H2O. Bio-available Liquid Oxygen ASO® is created through a special proprietary process from water itself. Although the scientific explanation of the process is enough to confound a chemist, we will explain the basics later in this presentation.

Prior to the creation of ASO®, or Bio-available Liquid Oxygen, the common stabilized oxygen products used for natural health were made with the “old technology” which creates a very stable molecule but has several drawbacks. They are chlorine dioxide based, or the oxygen molecule is bonded to a chemical salt. The pH of these products is very alkaline making them potentially toxic and caustic. There are a number of these products still on the market today, some as high as 13.7 on the pH range! Some people even take food grade hydrogen peroxide in an attempt to oxidize their system which is both toxic and can be very unpleasant to take.

The new technology used to make our ASO® creates a liquid containing stable oxygen molecules (O2) bonded together to form high concentrations of the very stable O4 molecule, called Polyatomic Tetraoxygen that is twice the size (or mass) of O2. The stability of the O4 in ASO® is believed to be explained by (1) this increase in mass, (2) how the O4 electrons spin and (3) how the electrons are shared between atoms. Unlike the old technology our ASO® uses no chlorine dioxide and the oxygen is bio-available and not bonded to a chemical salt. It contains no hydrogen peroxide. And our pH is only slightly positive (around 7.4), completely within the safe range. And… ASO® is pleasant to take as well!

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ASO® is designed to be taken orally and is bio-available. The oxygen molecules in ASO® may be absorbed into the blood plasma either through the digestive tract or sublingually (under the tongue). The bio-available oxygen may then be available to the red blood cells (hemoglobin) and may increase the amount of available dissolved oxygen in the blood plasma. This additional oxygen may be used by the cells for normal cellular metabolism. ASO® is manufactured and distributed as a dietary supplement and not as a prescription, nor as a medical drug. The sole active ingredient in ASO® is dissolved oxygen molecules in a saline (NaCl) water medium and includes a variety of trace minerals.

A BRIEF EXPLANATION of the MANUFACTURING PROCESS

ASO® is manufactured in an F.D.A. approved GMP laboratory designated for the manufacturing of dietary supplements. The actual process is a proprietary one that cost over a million dollars to develop. To briefly explain, the process involves the disassociation of oxygen molecules from water molecules in an electrolytic bath containing a mixture of purified water and sodium chloride (sea salt). A regulated current is then applied to two proprietary composite metal electrodes. This releases the hydrogen gas and the oxygen molecules are stabilized in the electrolyte solution. At the end of the process, large carbon filters are used to remove most of the sea salt. The minerals and trace minerals that remain are those from the sea salt. What makes ASO® unique is that neither chlorine dioxide nor peroxide molecules are formed, keeping the pH of the final solution in a safe range and compatible with the human body. Yet, sufficient oxygen remains in solution for an extended period of time to retain its bio-available and biocidal properties.

Our OxygenSuperCharger™ is the world’s premiere bio-available liquid oxygen supplement.

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Originally posted 2011-02-06 23:43:43.

April 12th, 2017

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