OxygenSuperCharger™ consists of a saline base in which high concentrations of oxygen have been dissolved. You may think oxygen is a gas, therefore being impossible to find it in liquid form. This is not true. The water molecule, H2O, is made from two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen. OxygenSuperCharger™ Bio-available Liquid Oxygen is obtained from water, via a special procedure which is quite hard to explain in scientific language. However, this article is going to get you acquainted with the basics of this process, put in a layman’s language.
Before OxygenSuperCharger™ was invented, there were other stabilized oxygen products, but they were potentially toxic because of the manufacturing technology which involved using chlorine dioxide. This led to highly alkaline products with a pH of 13.7. Although this is bad for health, such products are still available on the market. People take them, despite their toxic potential and swallowing difficulties. There are also persons who take food grade hydrogen peroxide, thus risking to do more harm than good to themselves.
Because of its new manufacturing technology, Bio-available Liquid Oxygen OxygenSuperCharger™ has a pH around 7.4, which is totally safe, as it is very close to neutral. This technology involves the creation of Polyatomic Tetraoxygen, a very stable molecule resulted from bonding together two O2 molecules. The bond is very stable, a possible explanation for this being the way those atoms share their electrons. More possible reasons for this great stability of the new molecule could be the spin of the O2 electrons or the increased mass of the molecule. The best thing about this new procedure is that no chlorine dioxide is used, therefore there are no chemical salts in the end product. OxygenSuperCharger™ is also free from hydrogen peroxide, which makes it pleasant and easy to take.
OxygenSuperCharger™ Bio-available Liquid Oxygen is the way to go, if you want to enjoy the benefits of oxidizing your system while staying on the safe side as well.
Originally posted 2013-10-20 10:57:49.
Robert July 17th, 2017
Posted In: Bio-available Liquid Oxygen