What is WNI Stabilized Oxygen?
Stabilized oxygen is a non-technical term for a solution containing oxygen atoms that are stabilized with buffers. This process allows the product to be bottled without the oxygenís being released before it is needed. The result is a stable environment of oxygen that can be taken as a dietary supplement. WNI Stabilized Oxygen is a stabilized oxygenated liquid containing buffers and electrolytes.
How does WNI Stabilized Oxygen work?
When WNI Stabilized Oxygen comes in contact with an acidic environment such as the stomach, it releases single atoms of oxygen.
How is WNI Stabilized Oxygen taken?
WNI Stabilized Oxygen is best taken on an empty stomach one hour before a meal or 2 hours after a meal. Put 6-8 drops into an 8-oz glass of water 2-3 times per day.
Because antioxidants play an important role in protecting cellular structures in the human body, they should be taken along with an oxygen supplement. An antioxidant preparation such as a multivitamin will ensure proper protection for cells while the oxygen cleanses the body. For best absorption, however, the antioxidant should instead be taken with food.