80% of all our metabolic energy production
is created by oxygen! The human body is largely composed
of oxygen, so it is no wonder that scientists are now
discovering how low levels of oxygen can disrupt the body’s
ability to function correctly.
The oxygen concentration in a healthy
human body is approximately three times that of air. Fortunately,
oxygen is the most abundant element on earth comprising
nearly 50% of the earth’s crust and averaging about
20% of dry air in a non-polluted environment.
Scientists now also agree that oxygen
plays a powerful and primary role in our overall health
and well being. A growing number of researchers agree
that the best way to improve health may be related to
the optimum oxygenation of every cell.
All metabolic processes in the body are
regulated by oxygen. Our brains process billions of bits
of information each second. Our metabolic processes work
to rid our bodies of waste and toxins. Even our abilities
to think, feel and act require oxygen-related energy production.
Oxygen also plays a vital role in proper
metabolic functions, blood circulation, the assimilation
of nutrients, digestion and the elimination of cellular
and metabolic wastes.
Sufficient oxygen helps the body in its
ability to rebuild itself and maintain a strong and healthy
immune system. You know how important water, vitamins,
minerals and enzymes are to your health and vitality.
Although you can actually exist without food for about
40 days, and water for about seven days, without oxygen,
life ceases to exist in only minutes.
Factors that may affect our body’s
precious oxygen supply:
1. Diminishing amounts of atmospheric
oxygen. Today, cutting edge researchers believe that even
relatively healthy people may have trouble extracting
all of the oxygen that they need from the air. In fact,
the air itself is becoming more and more polluted, making
oxygen extraction more difficult. Physiologists understand
that breathing polluted air, or breathing air that contains
less oxygen, puts tremendous stress on the human body.
Surprisingly, paleontologists have analyzed
the oxygen in air bubbles trapped in fossilized amber
from the Jurassic Era. Their research revealed that the
oxygen levels were significantly higher then than they
are today. In fact, many scientists now believe that the
dinosaurs became extinct because of a rapid drop in oxygen
and the inability of their respiratory systems to adapt
to this oxygen reduction. If the dinosaurs became extinct
because they could not obtain enough oxygen, is it any
wonder that our bodies can suffer as well as our oxygen
supplies become more polluted?
2. The diet’s role in oxygen shortages.
Eating junk food on a regular basis forces the body to
use up more of its oxygen reserves than usual in order
to metabolize the preservatives and what few nutrients
may actually be in the “food”. Complex carbohydrates
and raw fruits and vegetables are high in oxygen with
as much as 50% of the weight of these foods made up of
oxygen. The percentage of oxygen in fats is less than
15% while the percentage of oxygen in protein is between
20% and 40%, depending on the protein’s amino acid
Dense food compounds, such as fats and
proteins, are not only low in oxygen content, but also
require extra oxygen from the body to convert them into
energy which further depletes the body's oxygen reserves.
Other oxygen-robbing foods include processed
sugar, white flour, alcohol and caffeinated drinks. The
body has to divert needed oxygen from primary metabolic
functions, such as heartbeat, blood flow, brain function
and immune response, just to oxidize and metabolize these
3. Stress and oxygen. Any excessive stress,
including a heavy workload, traumatic or intense events
in your life, prolonged depression and anxiety, can rob
the body of huge amounts of its much-needed oxygen. Emotional
stress produces adrenaline and adrenaline-related hormones,
requiring the body to draw on its oxygen reserves for
their production and eventual oxidation. Infection also
depletes the body's oxygen, which is used to combat bacteria.
4. Acidity and oxygen reserves. Individuals
with chronically acidic systems also use up oxygen reserves.
This can lead to a cycle of toxin accumulation and oxygen
depletion. One way in which the body combats excess acidity
is by trying to neutralize it with oxygen. To do so, it
must continually divert oxygen away from its primary metabolic
functions and direct it toward the acidic cells and tissues.
5. Oxygen shortages and infection. When
body oxygen falls to extremely low levels for prolonged
periods of time, the body may become a breeding ground
for harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites and other
infectious agents. Most of these are anaerobic, meaning
they cannot live in an oxygen-rich environment.
Some research indicates that when the
oxygen content of the body is within a normal level, infectious
microorganisms have a more difficult time breeding and
multiplying. The partial pressure of oxygen in normal
blood should be approximately 97%. Within each red blood
cell are iron-rich hemoglobin molecules. Approximately
97% of the oxygen carried to the cells is attached to
these hemoglobin molecules with 3% of the oxygen supply
dissolved in the blood plasma. When your blood oxygen
levels remain low for extended periods of time, the cells
cannot get an adequate and consistent supply of oxygen
and they may have difficulty resisting the invasion of
6. Lack of exercise. The body responds
to exercise by increasing oxygen intake by breathing hard
and deeper. This increase in blood oxygen levels helps
the body perform two very important functions. First,
the additional oxygen permits the creation and release
of more energy for the exercise. Second, the increased
supply of oxygen is utilized by the body to remove by-product
wastes that are the result of a higher metabolic rate.
A sedentary lifestyle can inhibit the removal of toxic
wastes from the body.
Importance of pH in selecting an oxygen-enhanced
dietary supple-ment. Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen Drops are ph
balanced (approximately 7.4). 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 blood stream.
Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen Drops, 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
The stomach may also overproduce stomach
acid in an attempt to neutralize these chlorine-based
stabilized oxygen products. This overproduction may irritate
the stomach. Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen Drops contain no chlorite
Amount of oxygen in water sources. Running
water in streams and rivers may contain as much as 10
parts per million (ppm) of dissolved oxygen (02). Standing
lake water may contain as high as 7 ppm of O2. Ocean water
contains approximately 4 ppm of O2. Standing ponds can
contain as little as 1-3 ppm of dissolved oxygen. Tap
water in most large, industrialized cities contains a
maximum of 3-4 ppm. Some bottled waters contain less than
4 ppm of O2. Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen Drops, by comparison,
contains more than 10,000 times more bio-potentiated oxygen
than a running stream.
What is Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen? Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen
is a unique formulation of activated oxygen in a saline
base. Unlike its predecessors, which have used either
hydrogen peroxide or chlorine bound oxygen molecules,
Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen is a natural product containing bio-available
Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen Drops are the premiere
stabilized oxygen supplement. The chemical components
in JOZZER Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen Drops 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 and delicate membranes
in the oral cavity if taken improperly.
Jozzer Hyper-Oxygen Drops:
• all-natural supplement •
contains one of the highest concentrations of activated
oxygen available today.
• Ph balanced (app. 7.4) •
Contains no chlorite molecules • Non-toxic &
safe to use both orally and topically