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In brief, What is Homozon?
Homozon is a product that takes a whole different approach to the cleansing process. Instead of using fiber, herbs or vitamins, it aims to deliver ‘ozone’ (or, oxygen) to the body, thereby cleansing and detoxifying the digestive tract, organs, tissue and cells.
The Homozon website is very impressive; the graphics are slick and professional looking. The manufacturers are Enviro-Tech-Health company who produce a wide range of oxygen-therapy related products. The company seem to genuinely believe that oxygen is the only way to fight disease, deliver strength and keep the body healthy. There is a good and lengthy explanation regarding the origins of the revolutionary practice of using oxygen to heal, which actually dates back to the late 1800’s.
There are no customer testimonials to be found on the site, nor a separate section of FAQ’s although most questions can be answered by reading the product information provided. Unfortunately, the written material is very scientific and repetitive and would be more user-friendly if laid out in a more convenient and pointed manner.
The product does not come with any free trial offers or apparent money back guarantees and can be ordered directly from the company or independent retailers.
Details Of Homozon
Homozon is a powder that needs to be mixed with water for consumption. Although no product label is shown, the product is made primarily of oxygen and magnesium, the quantities of which are not available. Whilst the ingredients may be simple, the instructions for taking Homozon certainly are not. Basically, between ¼ – 3 teaspoons of the powder needs to be mixed with 6-8 oz of water and taken about one hour before and one hour after dinner.
However, the manufacturers state that it is safe to take up to 32 teaspoons a day, although most people will want to use between 1 and 8 doses daily. It seems that the onus is on the consumer to decide exactly how much he or she requires, depending on how badly it is needed but it is also recommended to Homozon with the advice of a health practitioner.
To complicated matters further,Homozon must be taken with a ‘catalyst’ such as lemon juice which is dependant on the amount of gastric juice produced by the body. Overall it seems that the dosage of Homozon is really a case of trial and error until a comfortable balance is found.
What’s Good in Homozon?
- Using oxygen as a cleanser is good in theory and is a well-established practice
- Oxygen is thought to be able to destroy parasites, bacteria and germs
- The company recommends additional purification activities such as warm steam baths, douches and eating garlic
- Homozon has received generally good independent reviews
- Homozon is safe for all ages (even pets!)
What’s Bad in Homozon?
- The dosage instructions are very complex
- The product is expensive, costing $79.95 for a 150g container
- The idea of using an oxygen product may strike some as too alternative
In Summary – Homozon Review
This product is suitable for those consumers who are willing to try something ‘different’ and comfortable with the fact that it is a largely unknown medical practice.
More likely however, most people would be deterred by the technical websitel, the ‘fuzzy’ dosage instructions and maybe more importantly, the expensive price tag.