A combination of scientific research appears to supply the evidence needed to show that dissolved oxygen in the form of a liquid supplement (liquid oxygen drops) can be absorbed into the blood stream when either placed directly under the tongue (sublingually) and may pass directly through the stomach lining into the blood plasma.
“Research has clearly shown (Dr. Arthur Guyton, M.D.*) that the blood plasma contains approximately 3% dissolved oxygen; the red blood cells (hemoglobin) hold the remaining 97% in a completely healthy and well-oxygenated individual. Oxygen passes out of the red blood cells and into the plasma to be transferred to the cells that need oxygen for the metabolic process. These cells then pass CO2 back into the plasma that is picked up by the red blood cells in the exchange. Oxygen is almost always present in the plasma as it travels though the body.” Reference: scientific-faq
A Duke University study, completed in 1996, indicates clearly, for the first time, the actual mechanisms by which oxygen is transported in the blood directly to the tissues and how oxygen is released and acquired by the blood through both the lungs and the plasma. The combination of these two studies implies that Liquid Oxygen, when taken orally, is absorbed into the blood stream where it is transported directly to the tissues. Reference: Hemoglobin Molecule’s Secret Revealed, allicincenter.com
Reference: stabilized oxygen blood cell analysis
All this reasearch shows the presence of evidence for the ability of liquid oxygen drops to release it’s oxygen into the blood plasma and find it’s way into the red blood cells where it is then transported to the cells of the body… Just like oxygen that is breathed.
” All chronic pain, suffering, and diseases are caused by a lack of oxygen at the cell level.” Dr. Arthur C. Guyton, M.D., author “The Textbook on Medical Physiology.
Arthur Guyton’s research contributions, which include more than 600 papers and 40 books, are legendary and place him among the greatest figures in the history of cardiovascular research. His research covered virtually all areas of cardiovascular regulation and led to many seminal concepts that are now an integral part of our understanding cardiovascular physiology and disorders such as hypertension, heart failure, and edema.
Originally posted 2012-09-11 10:43:27.
Robert May 24th, 2017
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