CO2 Medicine & Bath Bombing Your Way to Health

  Ladies, you are looking at the power of carbon dioxide medicine. This is the same woman before, after one year and after two years of daily application of a carbon dioxide gel that is applied directly to the face. What this will do to the skin this will do to one’s internal tissues when CO2 levels … Continue reading CO2 Medicine & Bath Bombing Your Way to Health

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Living a Longer Life with Baking Soda

Research published recently in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology found that having balanced bicarbonate levels in your body reduces chances of an early death. The study examined data compiled in the Health, Aging and Body Composition Study for 2,287 participants. Study author Dr. Kalani Raphael, associate professor and nephrology and hypertension specialist … Continue reading Living a Longer Life with Baking Soda

Potassium Bicarbonate

This is the bicarbonate formula I am recommending because it satisfies my need for bicarbonate, potassium and magnesium. Both sodium bicarbonate and potassium bicarbonate are sources of carbon dioxide. When we increase CO2 levels blood vessels dilate, which tends to bring the blood pressure down even when some salt is consumed. A chemical element, atomic number 19, atomic weight … Continue reading Potassium Bicarbonate

CO2 Deficiency and Symptoms in Human

On Friday the 17th of February 2009 The Environmental Protection Agency formally declared carbon dioxide and five other heat-trapping gases to be pollutants that threaten public health and welfare, setting in motion a process that will regulate the gases blamed for global warming. The E.P.A. said the science supporting its so-called endangerment finding was “compelling … Continue reading CO2 Deficiency and Symptoms in Human

Hypocapnia (Lowered CO2) in the Blood Leads to Reduced Oxygenation

Under clinical conditions, low oxygen and low carbon dioxide generally occur together. Therapeutic increase of carbon dioxide, by inhalation of this gas diluted in air, is often an effective means of improving the oxygenation of the blood and tissues.[1] Carbon dioxide is one of the most important gases for life. It is healthy and extremely … Continue reading Hypocapnia (Lowered CO2) in the Blood Leads to Reduced Oxygenation

Life Depends on Carbon Dioxide

We need to cut the crap about CO2 and begin to realize that our life and health depend on enough levels of CO2 in the blood and tissues. Carbon dioxide is a nutrient as well as a product of respiration and energy production in the cells and its lack or deficiency is of itself a starting … Continue reading Life Depends on Carbon Dioxide

105 Million Dollar Crucifixion of Natural Medicine

The mainstream of medicine has always had it out for those who disagree with it. Nothing new about it. In fact, in history, we always see one group of people destroying others who think and act differently and that goes as much for medicine as it does for sex. Keep your honesty to yourself is … Continue reading 105 Million Dollar Crucifixion of Natural Medicine

Wonderful World of Bicarbonate and CO2

My book Sodium Bicarbonate is not only about sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), but also about magnesium bicarbonate and to a lesser degree potassium bicarbonate and calcium bicarbonate. However, the star of the show in this book is bicarbonate. The second star of the show is carbon dioxide (CO2). Most of the conjugate acid of bicarbonate … Continue reading Wonderful World of Bicarbonate and CO2

Grand Unification Theory of Cancer

Inflammation is inseparable from lower pH, oxygen, CO2 and cell energy levels, which of course would track with cell temperature, respiration and elimination. A grand unification theory of medicine would describe this area of physiology where certain things are happening simultaneously. There is a point where one cannot separate oxygen from CO2 levels because they … Continue reading Grand Unification Theory of Cancer

The Key Drivers of Cancer Growth Are?

Scientists have recently confirmed, yet again, that long-term lack of oxygen in cells is the key driver of cancer growth. Who says so now? Dr. Ying Xu, Regents-Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar and professor of bioinformatics and computational biology in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. His study was published in the Journal of Molecular Cell Biology in … Continue reading The Key Drivers of Cancer Growth Are?