Posted by Ueli (188.8.131.52) on May 23, 2000 at 07:34:47:
In Reply to: Working.. posted by Tinker on May 23, 2000 at 00:28:47:
about this stuff from the health food store. In fact, my tap water consists of 88% of oxygen, alas, this is not usable for CH. [In Margi's water3 treatment it's the liquid H2O that does the trick, not the large amount of oxygen it contains.] In breathing oxygen, the blood takes up as much as possible. The brain is controlling very closely the amount of oxygen it receives, and if the concentration in the blood is higher the vessels are constricted, and that is the effect we need to abort an attack. To abort an attack it takes 100 liters (4 feet3) or more of gaseous oxygen, and that's a lot more than can be dissolved in a bottle of liquid.
The name of the stuff, O2Zone, suggests (intentionally) a connection with Ozone (O3). Up to a few decades ago many health resorts advertised the high ozone content in their air, but nowadays it's recognized as what it is: a poison. I suspect that this O2Zone contains some compound [like the hydrogen peroxide H2O2 used by blondie in olden days], that releases single atomic oxygen O, an extremely potent oxidizer. It's true, it can kill many germs, but it also does damage to what we'd like to keep; in other words: something I wouldn't like to have in my body.
I had many attacks that lasted 15 min when treated with Aspirin (or nothing at all). So, if this wonder drug does not shorten an attack consistently, I would be very, very sceptical. But I could be wrong.
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