Re-energise your body (ionised and singlet oxygen). Oxygen deficiency is a direct precursor of almost all illnesses. Without this essential earth element, human life would end in around six minutes – oxygen is essential to the life of all of our cells. As we age, all of our cells receive less oxygen and this slows us down and makes us more susceptible to illness.
Our environment also plays a significant role in putting strain on our bodies with free radicals. Stress is also responsible for the generation of a significant quantity of free radicals. Activated oxygen can neutralise these free radicals.
Singlet oxygen is produced naturally in plants to kill off bacteria, toxins and fungi. Singlet oxygen normalises the immune system and aids the self-healing process.
Oxygen deficiency can have the following effects on the body:
Dissolved oxygen concentration per cubic centimetre:
in offices: approx. 20 ions/cm³
in city air: approx. 80 ions/cm³
health resort/waterfall: up to approx. 8,000 ions/cm³
activated oxygen: up to 6 million ions/cm³
Negative oxygen ions are able to neutralise free radicals in the cell. Negative activated oxygen dissolves more readily in the blood so can be provided to the cells. It is the electrical charge that gives us a sense of well-being
when we are near a waterfall.
During storms, negative ions are produced to clean the natural environment. We can use this same effect to give the body more power and energy. It has a positive
effect on every cell in our body!
Skin, digestion, the cardiovascular system, physical energy, sexual activity and mental performance all improve. Thanks to its overall stimulating effect on the brain, organs and our cells, activated oxygen can play a valuable preventative role.
In my practice, I have found that activated oxygen used in combination with colon hydrotherapy (CHT) has a significant detoxifying effect. It is also possible to continue this therapy separately on request, including a convenient rental option for at home. It is most effective in offering patients a noticeable improvement in their individual complaints when inhaled approximately every
30 minutes. The symptoms of oxygen deficiency include: heartburn, bacteria, viruses, parasitic infections, bronchial infections, weak immune system, all kinds of circulatory problems, dizziness, fatigue, depression, flu and infections, memory loss, muscle tension, general physical weakness, poor digestion, tumours and acidic deposits in vital organs. There is almost no illness that oxygen deficiency does not play a role in.
The total dissolved oxygen content of most people’s bodies today is significantly lower that the amount needed to ensure good health, high energy levels and a good metabolism.
The lower the level of dissolved oxygen in the blood, the more susceptible we are to chronic illnesses.