Acts as a support agent in the healing process to ensure oxygen is supplied to any damaged cells
Aides in supplying the brain with proper amounts of oxygen so it can access nutrients and energy immediately since the brain cannot store energy
In nature, oxygen comprises 46% of the earth’s crust, 21% of its atmosphere, and 61% of the human body. Many reactions involving oxygen occur in biological processes, including cellular respiration. This is where oxygen levels in the body play such an important role in overall health. Oxygen shortens healing and recovery times for organs, tissues, and cells. It assists the body in overcoming biotoxins and provides critical support to core body functions, particularly brain function.
Proper oxygen levels are a requirement for proper cellular respiration.
Oxygen is a highly reactive element, meaning that it bonds easily with so many other elements. Oxygen's high reactivity is due to its biradical electron configuration. Its two unpaired electrons make the molecule highly susceptible to bond formation. This has proven a challenge in efforts to create oxygen supplements that have the ability to go systemic, and not just die in the gut.
Yeast infections, such as Candida albicans occur most frequently in an oxygen-poor environment in the body. Yeast cells produce large amounts of acetaldehyde, causing cellular damage, interfering with intestinal absorption, and disrupting white and red blood cell functions.
Our science team has overcome this obstacle, using proprietary processes that stabilize BioMolecular Oxygen and push it through to the organs, tissues, and cells that it needs to impact in order to accomplish its mission without dissipation or diminishing effectiveness.
As part of the protocol
The utility of BioMolecular Oxygen isn’t in a specific phase of the protocol, but in its multi-utility anywhere before, during, or after protocol implementation. BioMolecular Oxygen is effective before and during the protocol as it promotes cellular energy, giving an individual added strength to push through more rough patches in the protocol. After initial protocol completion, it can help to maintain cellular energy and promote numerous other benefits in the cell.
- Stabilization processes mean that more oxygen gets to the cell before dispersal than ever before
Oxygen promotes the cell’s ability to heal
Combats effects of parasites by creating an aerobic environment where parasites struggle to survive