Oxygen Colon Rejuvenation.
Bioxy Cleanse is a body oxygenate and energizer. It detoxifies and cleanses wastes, pathogens and plaque in the gastrointestinal tract, colon, arteries, blood, etc. It is a specially formulated magnesium peroxide compound with oxygen (ozone) enhancement and pro-oxidant vitamin C with bioflavonoids.
As a result of poor diet, lack of exercise, polluted air, shallow breathing, and stress, many of us are in a low oxygen/toxic state. This creates inefficient metabolism, causing the body to accumulate waste products faster than it can eliminate them. This leads to a favorable environment for the proliferation of pathogenic microbes (viruses, bacteria, fungi, etc.) which, in turn, create disease conditions (flu's, herpes, Candida, chronic fatigue, cancer, AIDS, etc.). If, however, the oxygen level around these anaerobic pathogens is increased, they die, unable to survive the high-oxygen environment.
Bioxy Cleanse helps cleanse targeted areas as it reaches the stomach's acid environment and continues into the bloodstream. The vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) and bioflavonoid complex found in Bioxy Cleanse breaks the magnesium-peroxide bond releasing the ozone and peroxides to the body. The ozone and peroxides act softening the intestinal and arterial plaque, killing pathogenic microbes throughout the body.
The ozone and peroxides further breakdown into oxygen which continues to purify and energize all cells in the body. As the liquefied plaques and dead pathogens move toward leaving the body, the magnesium creates a colon-flushing reaction which increases bowel activity and prevents toxin re-absorption.
A specially formulated compound of chiefly MgO and beneficial gasses (03) bound by a unique process to release nascent oxygen by catalysis.
2 Capsules, 2 times a day (on an empty stomach). (Unless otherwise directed by your health care practitioner.)
Note: If bowels are too loose (i.e. Diarrhea is occurring), decrease dosage. If bowels are not moving, an increase in the dosage may be required. You want to ensure you are having frequent bowel movements. Please contact your health care practitioner if you are unsure.