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March 04, 2009


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Heather B.

This is crazy cool. I wanna try.


This is nonsensical. Oxygen enters your bloodstream through your lungs, not your digestive system.

Any benefits this may have will be from the minerals it contains and you can buy those on their own (and no doubt cheaper than this stuff).


Hey Sarah, Check out the Scientific FAQ from their website
They seem to have some scientific evidence that oxygen can can be acquired by the blood through both the lungs and blood plasma and when it's taken orally it gets into the blood. I'm no scientist, so I don't know if this is BS or not. But if you get a chance to take a look at it (you sound more science savy than me) , let me know what you think.


The amount of oxygen that can be taken up by your digestive system is absolutely miniscule compared to just, you know, taking a breath.

If you read it closely their "evidence" is a whole lot of unrelated waffle designed to obfuscate the fact that their product is pretty much useless. Also, they don't produce any citations to peer-reviewed papers in respected science journals.

Another thing you'll often see with these kind of products is that they'll link to perfectly good research that doesn't actually apply to their product.

For example, vitamin c kills HIV in a test tube, therefore taking vitamin c orally will cure you of HIV. One may be legitimate science, but it doesn't make the other true.

Cosmetic surgeon Los Angeles

I still wanna try this liquid oxygen, since there has been a case study about these before it was released. As with your experience. It'll be better if I'll take it in the morning.

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