Our New and Improved larger size OxyCel* formula yields 350 parts per million of Tetra-Oxygen along with trace minerals
Other stabilized oxygen products are based on oxychlorine compounds and contain sodium chlorite, which results in high ph values, normally in excess of 10. To neutralize the high pH of these products, the body must manufacture and release higher concentrations of hydrochloric acid in the stomach that reacts with the chlorite ion to create a chlorine and diatomic oxygen molecule. It is only when these molecules are broken up that the oxygen can theoretically get into the bloodstream.
OxyCel*, however, contains bio-available oxygen and does not depend on the digestive process to be absorbed. In fact, it can also be safely taken sublingually. If these chlorite-based supplements are not adequately diluted in water before consuming, the oxychlorine compounds can damage sensitive membranes before the stomach has a chance to begin the neutralization process. This is especially a concern for individuals who have problems secreting sufficient amounts of stomach acid (hydrochloric acid). The stomach may also overproduce stomach acid in an attempt to neutralize these chlorine-based stabilized oxygen products. This overproduction may irritate the stomach. OxyCel* contains no chlorite molecules.
OxyCel* is the premiere stabilized oxygen supplement.
The chemical components in OxyCel* are distilled water, sodium chloride (from sea salt), bio-available oxygen and essential and trace minerals. Other liquid-stabilized oxygen supplements bond their active oxygen to salt molecules forming oxychlorine or oxy-halogen compounds, which drive up the pH of these supplements to levels that could be dangerous to the skin as well as delicate membranes in the oral cavity if taken improperly.
OxyCel* is the most well-researched oxygen dietary supplement available today.
OxyCel* has been the subject of more than two dozen independent research studies at laboratories and at universities all over the world. Athletes, scientists, educators and health professionals and practitioners have testified to its safety and efficacy over and over again.
OxyCel* Activated Oxygen is:
an all-natural supplement
contains one of the highest concentrations of activated oxygen available today.
pH balanced (app. 7.1)
contains no chlorite molecules
non-toxic and safe to use both orally and topically
OXYCELL® and the release of nitric oxide:
Studies of OXYCELL® and its effect on PaO2 (blood oxygen saturation) have demonstrated a positive effect, lasting up to four hours, on the amount of oxygen in the blood stream. (Suntory, Aker, et. al.) However, no explanation, until now, has offered a possible explanation as to just how OXYCELL® may actually facilitate such a prolonged increase in the saturation.
Measurements of the bioavailable dissolved polyatomic oxygen in OXYCELL® have been conducted by independent researchers using various test methods including mass spectrometry and dissolved oxygen test kits by LaMotte and Hach. In all instances, these dissolved levels have ranged from a low of 35,000 mg/L to a high of 350,000 mg.L, depending on the concentration of the test sample analyzed.
Nevertheless, even at the highest analysis (350,000 mg/L or p.p.m.), one mL only contains a maximum of 350 mg/L of oxygen.
The average adult at rest inhales and exhales approximately 7 or 8 liters (about one-fourth of a cubic foot) of air per minute. That represents about 11,000 liters of air (388 cubic feet) in a day.
The air that is inhaled is about 20-percent oxygen, and the air that is exhaled is about 15-percent oxygen, so about 5-percent of the volume of air is consumed in each breath and converted to carbon dioxide. Therefore, a human being uses about 550 liters of pure oxygen (19 cubic feet) per day or .38 liters every minute (380 mg). So, one serving of OXYCELL® is equivalent to only one breath of oxygen. The logical question is then: how can only one serving of OXYCELL® cause such a dramatic change in the PaO2 level?
The answer may just be in how OXYCELL®'s polyatomic oxygen interacts with the body's release of nitric oxide (NO) in arterial and capillary walls. The walls of arterioles are encased in smooth muscle. The constriction (narrowing) of arterial and capillary walls decreases blood flow while dilation (enlarging) has the opposite effect. In time of danger or stress, the arteries supplying the skeletal muscles will dilate while those supplying the digestive organs will decrease.
These actions are carried out by three very related actions in the body:
• the autonomic nervous system,
• local controls in the capillary beds,
• Nitric oxide (NO), which is a potent dilator of arteries is released.
When the endothelial cells that line the blood vessels are stimulated, they synthesize nitric oxide (NO). The growing theory is that the unique oxygen molecules in OXYCELL® trigger the immediate release of NO.
Upon release, NO quickly diffuses into the muscular walls of the vessels causing them to relax. In addition, as the hemoglobin in red blood cells releases its O2 in actively-respiring tissues, the lowered pH causes additional NO to be released, which helps further dilate the vessels to meet the increased need of the tissue. The result is a significant increase in oxygen flowing to the brain, organ, tissues and flooding the blood stream to enhance the immune system.
NO diffuses freely across cell membranes. Mice whose genes for the NO synthase found in endothelial cells (eNOS) were "knocked out" suffer from hypertension.
By the way, nitroglycerine, which is often prescribed to reduce the pain of angina, does so by generating nitric oxide, which relaxes the walls of the coronary arteries and arterioles.
Other Benefits of Nitric Oxide:
The importance of NO cannot be underestimated especially when evaluating its importance to human health. Here are just a few established by ongoing research:
• NO inhibits the aggregation of platelets and thus reduces the possibility of inappropriate clotting that can interfere with blood flow to the heart and brain.
•The release of NO around the glomeruli of the kidneys increases blood flow through the kidneys thus increasing the rate of filtration and urine formation.
• The erection of the penis during sexual excitation is mediated by NO released from nerve endings close to the blood vessels of the penis. Relaxation of these vessels causes blood to pool in the blood sinuses producing an erection. Most of the popular ED drugs focus on the release of NO.
• The wavelike motions of the gastrointestinal tract are aided by the relaxing effect of NO on the smooth muscle in its walls.
• NO inhibits inflammation in blood vessels. It does this by blocking the exocytosis of mediators of inflammation from the endothelial cells.
• NO stimulates the release of the Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) from the hypothalamus. GnRH is a necessary hormone in reproduction and promotes estrogen and testosterone production
• NO stimulates the release of pancreatic amylase from the exocrine portion of the pancreas. Amylase is one of the primary starch-digesting enzymes secreted in the body.
• NO stimulates the release of adrenaline from the adrenal medulla. When released, adrenaline stimulates a wide array of bodily functions. From the heart rate to blood vessels, it effectively counters high-stress and physical situations. This enables us to process information, while utilizing actions at a rapid rate. These are referred to as adrenaline rushes, which increase physical performance in unexpected instances. The process also sends more oxygen to the lungs. This is essential when responding to emergencies and natural disasters. The body is then able to perform tasks in a timely manner. These tasks, however, might not be accomplished without implementing adrenaline.
• NO aids in the killing of engulfed pathogens within the lysosomes of macrophages (killer white blood cells). Th1 cells, the ones responsible for an inflammatory response against invaders, secrete NO.
• NO may promote longevity. Mice whose genes for NO have been knocked out, show signs of premature aging, have shortened life spans and fail to benefit from the life-extending effects of a calorie-restricted (CR) diets.
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