then applied sublingual technology which he had
already pioneered in other areas to produce a version
of the seaweed that could be absorbed in the mouth and
which had a dramatic effect on the oxygen levels of
is entirely natural.
It is extracted from a group of Norwegian
seaweeds which have to face the challenge of producing
oxygen from CO2 in low temperature and
much oxygen there is in the air we breathe Oxy-Moxy™
enables the lungs to put more oxygen into
Its action is easy to understand when you
realise there is only a certain amount of haemoglobin
(cells which transport gases) in the body. These cells load up with oxygen (and the other gases you
breathed in) as they pass through the lungs.
On their trip through the body, they drop off
oxygen and pick up more waste gasses, typically but
not exclusively carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon
dioxide (C lungs) so that the haemoglobin can be
loaded with more oxygen (and start the cycle over).
problem is like that of a crowded bus line which
insists that all the passengers must have a seat.
New passengers can’t get on until the riders
who are already aboard get off.
The same applies with hemoglobin and the less
oxygen there is in the air you breathe and the slower
the hemoglobin can “dump” the gasses which
aren’t oxygen the less oxygen your cells receive.
small amount of Oxy-Moxy™ helps
the lungs to get rid of a large amount of waste
is similar to the way that a small amount of diuretic
helps the kidneys to shed large amounts of waste
breathe approximately 5,000 gallons (22 750Kg) of air
a day, every day – actually getting into our bodies
about 3 to 4% of the available oxygen in the air.
This is important since many years ago there
was 30 to 35% oxygen in the air.
Generally there is now 18 to 20%.
In certain industrial cities oxygen levels have
falled to 12-14% dangerously close to the minimum
that’s needed to sustain human life.
we ascend the percent of oxygen in the air drops.
At 7 000 feet (2133m), there is half the amount
of oxygen in the air.
Therefore certain areas have the problem of
reduction of air due to altitude as well as increased
carbon monoxide due to air pollution!
the lowered oxygen level in the a™osphere are
industrial and other pollutants such as automobile
exhausts, and smoking both producing CO which unlike
CO2 does not freely dissociate from the haemoglobin
effect is cumulative, so a very low level of CO over
time, can build up to a significant level and
compromise the intake of oxygen.
Notice now, the warning on cigarettes “
increases carbon monoxide”.
can increase the amount of oxygen extracted from
the 5000 gallons of air that people breathe each day
by 2 to 3% - enough to provide about 150 gallons of
additional oxygen – the equivalent of a tank of
medical oxygen into the body every day!