Stabilised Oxygen (MMS)
"Stabilized Oxygen is a safe, non-toxic stabilized liquid concentrate of electrolytes of oxygen"
NaClO2=Na sodium Cl chlorine O2 oxygen.
Naclo2 is sodium chlorite or stabilised oxygen.
Stabilized Oxygen is an on-toxic stabilized liquid concentrate of electrolytes of oxygen.
It’s multi-purpose properties act as a rapid oxygenator and purifier of liquids.
Stabilized Oxygen is proving itself as one of the most remarkable products of this decade. It is well known that Oxygen provides numerous life giving benefits, most of which are not permissible to be stated in this article.
In fact, stabilized oxygen undiluted is not permitted in Australia as a health supplement to be consumed by humans.
Its main purpose is the purification of fluids. Although in diluted form it is used as a spray on fruits and vegetables to keep them fresh longer.
To understand the real value of the oxygen in Stabilized Oxygen, one must understand the effect of oxygen on each type of bacteria. There are innumerable bacteria represented in each type. Aerobic bacteria are the friendly bacteria - the beneficial bacteria of the soil, the earth, the water, the food, and the body. Aerobic bacteria are the normal flora of the body and cannot survive without the presence of oxygen.
Anaerobic bacteria are the disease, infectious, putrefying and contamination bacteria of the earth in water, food and in the body. Anaerobic bacteria cannot survive in the presence of oxygen. However, there are anaerobic bacteria which can live in both aerobic and anaerobic conditions, but they are not disease and infectious bacteria.
They could be part of the normal flora of the skin and of the bowel.
Oxygen deficiency, or oxygen starvation, can be the single greatest cause of poor health. Oxygen plays a critical role in the proper functioning of the our total health system. It is the source of life and energy to all cells. Bodily abuse through eating and drinking habits including pollutants and toxic preservative in our water and food, air pollution, use of drugs and lack of exercise can greatly reduce the amount of oxygen available to the cells.
When there is insufficient oxygen to support the health of a cell, the cell turns to another source of energy, usually sugar fermentation. This is an undesirable source of energy which upsets the metabolism of the cell. It causes the cell to start manufacturing improper chemicals, and soon a whole group of cells is unhealthy and weak.
Thus cells lose their natural immune ability. They open their doors to the invasion of viruses, for a virus can only develop within a cell. Thus development of a shortage of oxygen in the blood could very well be the starting point for health challenges.
There are many applications for the use of stabilized oxygen , including:
1. Purification of potable water.. .20 drops per 4 litres.
2. Purification of questionable water.. .10 drops / 250 ml serving (mountain streams and in Third World countries).
3. Water storage... 10 drops per 4 litres.
4. Spraying Vegetables & Fruits to keep them fresh.. .40 drops per 4 litre
5. Mouthwash... 8 drops per 100ml of water and gargle for 60 seconds.
Over 900 cities around the world use sodium chlorite, ie naclo2, stabilised oxygen as a water purifyer instead of chlorine.
It is interesting to note that the friendly aerobic bacteria which we need in our digestive systems is not affected by Stabilized/Aerobic Oxygen. In fact, the good bacteria thrive in its presence.
Oxygen deficiency plays an important part in cellular contamination because oxygen is a powerful detoxifier, and plays a vital role in the proper functioning of the total health system.
Used by NASA to give extra oxygen to astronauts in in space.
Used as a water purifier in over 900 municipal water systems instead of chlorine.
Chemistry: Na sodium, CL chlorine O2 oxygen Basically a salt molecule with an oxygen molecule bonded to it.
Ph is 11, very alkaline.
Suggested Use: Conventional Use of NaCLO2=Sodium Chlorite
NaCLO2 or sodium chlorite is being used in many countries, including Australia and the USA, as an antimicrobial treatment in the food industry, for water purification. In hospitals it has been used as a sterilizing agent for a hundred years. and in the US meat industry for about 50 years. Health-conscious countries and municipalities are increasingly replacing the health-damaging chlorine for the harmless chlorine dioxide in treating public water supplies.
In solution sodium chlorite (NaClO2) is very alkaline and stable but when acidified it forms the gas chlorine dioxide (ClO2) which smells the same as chlorine and probably is the strongest all-round antimicrobial and parasite remedy. The only residue left in water, food, or in the body after treatment is a small amount of table salt or sodium chloride (NaCl).
In 2003 the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code was changed to permit the use of sodium chlorite acidified with citric acid or other food acids for antimicrobial surface treatment of meat, poultry, fish, fruit and vegetables. The time between mixing and application is less than 5 minutes, and chlorine dioxide levels do not exceed 3 ppm. The safety assessment report concluded that if properly used no residues would be detected in the raw foods following treatment and prior to sale, and therefore there would be no toxicological concerns.
Commercially it is produced and shipped in Australia as a 31% solution in water. For end users in the food and agricultural industries it is available as a 5% solution called Vibrex. In the US and the UK it is also available as tablets that release chlorine dioxide (e.g. releasing 4 ppm per1 liter or per 30 liter of water). In Germany and Italy chlorine dioxide is the main treatment chemical for public water supplies.
To purify water 10 drops naclo2 to 1 litre water.
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