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In brief, What is Oxyflush?
There seems to be a recent increase in the popularity of using oxygen as a cleanser and detoxifier, as demonstrated by the number of Oxygen-Therapy products on the market.
Oxyflush is one of these products although it is somewhat confusing as to who exactly makes the product. The best place to view information about Oxyflush is on the website of Oxygen America, a large distributor of oxygen related products.
As with similar products, Oxyflush supplies extra oxygen to the system which allows for the body to ‘heal’ itself, ridding it of toxins, allowing friendly bacteria to grow and softening stools for easier, more efficient elimination. In other words, as the website states, Oxyflush ‘Gets it all out!’ Other information on the site details how cleansing with oxygen is better for the system than other forms of detoxifying ingredients as it adds no chemicals or extra toxins plus it causes no loss of essential electrolytes.
Details Of Oxyflush
Oxyflush works by using Magnesium to deliver oxygen to cell membranes and the large and small intestines. It also contains a catalyst for the Magnesium which is citric acid. Combining this acid in the capsule eliminates the need for lemon juice or vinegar to be taken separately with the product (as is the case with Homozon). There are no listings to be found for ingredient amounts and the product label is not shown anywhere.
Instructions for taking Oxyflush are similarly quite confusing. One piece of information claims that the daily serving of Oxyflush is 3 capsules (making one bottle last a month), whereas another site states it should be taken at a dose of 1 capsule per 25lbs of the users’ weight (i.e. 6 capsules for a 150lb person).
What’s Good in Oxyflush?
- Oxyflush is suitable for all ages
- Using oxygen to cleanse is gentler on the system than other methods
- The product can be bought from independent retail sites
- There is no need for the user to take any additional catalyst
- Oxyflush has received some positive reviews
What’s Bad in Oxyflush?
- There is no official Oxyflush website
- The dosage instructions are unclear
In Summary – Oxyflush Review
In theory, using oxygen to cleanse the body naturally and gently certainly seems a sound idea. Because of its relatively low cost,it would be a product suited to those willing to try something new. No doubt it would become even more popular if there was more comprehensive information available on the internet for the potential customer to research.