“Since up to 60 percent of the body is made up of water, pH level can have profound effects on body chemistry, health and disease. Test-tube studies have shown that some cancer cells grow faster in an acidic solution. They’ve also shown that some chemotherapy drugs become more effective if the area around a tumor cell is altered to be more alkaline as cancer needs an acidic, anaerobic (oxygen free) environment to survive. This acidic environment in the body may allow diseases such as cancer, heart disease and osteoporosis to flourish. An all-natural supplement promoting proper alkalization of the body at a cellular level could potentially lower users’ risk of these diseases dramatically.”
According to the research of Dr. Enderlein, total healing of chronic illness only takes place when and if the blood is restored to a normal, slightly alkaline pH.
Human blood stays in a very narrow pH range around 7.35 – 7.45. Below or above this range means symptoms and disease. If blood pH moves too much below 6.8 or above 7.8, cells stop functioning and the patient dies. The ideal pH balance for blood is 7.4
A healthy blood pH without cancer has acid / alkaline balance almost equal. Actually a healthy body is slightly alkaline measuring approximately 7.4. This ideal blood 7.4 pH measurement means it is just slightly more alkaline than acid.
The new technology used to make our OxygenSuperCharger™ creates a liquid containing stable oxygen molecules (O2) bonded together to form high concentrations of the very stable O4 molecule, called Polyatomic Tetraoxygen. Unlike the old technology our OxygenSuperCharger uses no chlorine dioxide and the oxygen is bio-available and not bonded to a chemical salt. It contains no hydrogen peroxide. And our pHis only slightly positive (around 7.4), completely within the safe range.
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Oxygen has no pH value. It is an element. pH is the measure of Hydrogen ion concentration in certain compounds, which may be described as acid or base (alkaline) depending on that concentration. Bases have a hydroxyl ion (OH), so contain oxygen, but pH is irrelevent to the element Oxygen. From: Answers.com
Originally posted 2012-04-26 08:50:46.
Robert April 9th, 2017
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