Oxygen is a Nutritional Drug

The British Lung Foundation says, “Breathing in air with a higher concentration of oxygen can be used to correct a low oxygen level in the blood. If you feel breathless and tired, particularly when moving around, you may have low blood oxygen levels.” Oxygen, a gas found in the air we breathe, is necessary for human … Continue reading Oxygen is a Nutritional Drug

Breathing for Dummies

Emergency room and intensive care professionals understand the importance of respiration. Oxygen and carbon dioxide are what stands between our life and death so our very next breath matters very much. It is only when we get close to death do doctors finally pay attention to our respiration. Oxygen is the most prescribed medicine in hospitals but little to … Continue reading Breathing for Dummies

The Key Cause of Cancer is Oxygen Deficiency

In Conquering Cancer we are going to read a lot about oxygen as well as about carbon dioxide, which are the ultimate yin yang pair. It is good to know that oxygen is toxic without CO2. Oxygen is also partially controlled by the presence of CO2. Both O2 and CO2 are nutritional gases yet it is CO2 which … Continue reading The Key Cause of Cancer is Oxygen Deficiency

Nutritional Causes of Cancer

It is still hard for many of us to believe disease and nutrition are intimately linked. One main reason is that our food supply has become contaminated with antibiotics, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, many environmental poisons and heavy metals including neuro-toxic mercury. Foods like milk today carry radioactive iodine because when Fukushima blew up it cast … Continue reading Nutritional Causes of Cancer

pH Deep-Penetration Bunker-Buster Bombs

Oxygen, Alkalinity & Cancer Radical shifts in pH represents a potent method of practicing medicine. It would behoove us all to learn how to do this because we are facing the end of the age of antibiotics, and that will be brutal for those who do not jump ship from mainstream medicine. The Arm & Hammer … Continue reading pH Deep-Penetration Bunker-Buster Bombs

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

Carpet Bombing Cancer with Invincible Oxygen

This is exactly what you want to do to your cancer tumors. You want to blast them with oxygen. In my book Anti-Inflammatory Oxygen Therapy I introduce oxygen itself as the ultimate chemotherapy. Pharmaceutical scientists would not ever have thought of this freebie though it does cost money to concentrate it to the levels necessary to annihilate cancer … Continue reading Carpet Bombing Cancer with Invincible Oxygen

Hemoglobin’s Oxygen Carrying Capacity Magnesium

Magnesium serves hundreds of important functions in the body and one of them has to do with the efficiency of red blood cells and their capacity to carry oxygen. Researchers have investigated the effect of dietary magnesium (Mg) deficiency on the nutritive utilization and tissue distribution of iron (Fe). Magnesium deficient diet leads to significant … Continue reading Hemoglobin’s Oxygen Carrying Capacity Magnesium

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