The active ingredient in pH Cleanse is 5% sodium chlorite (NAClO2), not to be confused with table salt. It is a powerful antifungal which also kills bacteria, viruses and parasites. pH Cleanse also raises pH levels in the body which raises oxygen levels.
It has been well-understood for many years that cancer, fungi, parasites, and the like thrive in a low pH environment; therefore increasing your pH may prove to be very beneficial to your health. In addition, pH Cleanse boosts the immune system by causing the white blood cells to release cytokines which trigger the immune system to produce natural powerful oxidants such as hydrogen peroxide. The oxidants kill pathogens (fungi, virus, bacteria and parasites) by stripping electrons from their atoms and molecules.
The active ingredient in pH Cleanse has been used for decades in the process of cleaning water in municipal water treatment facilities. It has also been used for many years by food companies in the process of killing and preventing fungi on fruits and vegetables and bacteria on meat, fish and poultry. Dentists use it as a tooth whitening agent. It has been used for almost 90 years as a dietary supplement and was grandfathered in as a supplement by the FDA in 1994.
The pH Cleanse manufacturing process is truly proprietary and unique. This is a product that has been evaluated by Universities, MDs, and independent laboratories beginning more than thirty years ago. We have posted some of this research that was done for the manufacturer of pH Cleanse. Reading the remarkable findings of these researchers makes many people wonder why they didn't find out about this amazing product sooner. The documents have been reproduced with the pH Cleanse name in place of the manufacturer's name at the manufacturer's request.
Because of the power of pH Cleanse you should not start too fast. Read the suggestions on the brochure because taking too much pH Cleanse too fast can result in nausea, diarrhea, or dye-off effects. Do not use undiluted, as this will burn your mouth and skin.
Click on the links below for studies on pH Cleanse.
University of California- http://restandrepair.com/research/ph-cleanse/phc_ucal.pdf
Miami University- http://restandrepair.com/research/ph-cleanse/phc_miamiu.pdf
Stanford University School of Medicine- http://restandrepair.com/research/ph-cleanse/phc_stanford.pdf
Colifast Systems ASA- http://restandrepair.com/research/ph-cleanse/phc_colifast.pdf