are a safe, stable, inorganic, liquid compound that
has demonstrated efficacy as a bactericidal, fungicidal
and virucidal agent. Oxy-Drops are important
for animals that are prone to bloat. If the bloating
is caused by systemic fungus (Leaky Gut Syndrome)
or pathogenic bacteria (Toxic Gut Syndrome), Oxydrops
will help keep these in check as well as help maintain
the correct pH of the gut.
enhances the immune system and second it releases
slowly and oxidizes, cleaning toxins from the body.
Oxy-Drops acts on the organism at cellular
level with no unwanted side effects. The best use
of Oxy-Drops is to mix according to instructions
and pour over the dogs food daily. Oxy-Drops
have many other applications, in a diluted form.
For other uses see the websites below.
If one goes to the periodic chart and checks the
elements known to man there are about 108 elements.
Some of these are very rare and some are very
plentiful. These 100 plus elements can combine
in different combinations to make up thousands
of compounds, many of which are known to man and
some of which are not known to man.
Why is Oxy-Drops Different Than Bleach?
It appears to the average person the only difference
between these two compounds is that NZYMES
Oxy-Drops contains one more oxygen atom than
the bleach. i.e. (Oxy-Drops = NaClO2) vs.(bleach
= NaClO). In many instances one atom of oxygen,
as it does in this example, can change a substance
tremendously. For example; take one molecule of
hydrogen gas, (H2), a very explosive element,
and add one atom of oxygen to it and what do you
get, H2O, liquid (water), that all plants and
animals need to sustain life.
** Just a note: Hydrogen will probably replace
hydrocarbons to fuel our automobiles in the near
future. Isn't chemistry wonderful!
The chlorite ion (ClO2-) and the hypochlorite
ion (ClO-) are both oxidizing agents. The chlorite
ion is the stronger oxidizing agent (i.e. this
is good). The hypochlorite ion is poisonous (i.e.
- this is bad). The chlorite ion has been proven
to have a very low level of toxicity; a therapeutic
dose being may times removed from toxic effect.
Now as Paul Harvey would say the following is
the rest of the story. First let us look at the
chemistry of NaClO (household bleach). The hypochlorite
ion is basic, and in an acid solution exists as
the weak hypochlorous acid, HOCl. Because H+ is
needed for this reaction to occur, the potency
of HOCl as an oxidizing agent increases with the
acidity of the solution. In particular, HOCl in
a strong acid (for instance the stomach with a
pH of 3-4) can even oxidize chloride, (table salt
is sodium chloride), to produce chlorine and chlorine
is volatile and toxic. This is why NaOCl is poisonous.
Enough said about NaOCl.
What Makes Oxy-Drops So effective?
Let's look at the chemistry involved with
Oxy-Drops. In either topical or internal use,
Oxy-Drops can act as a non-specific biocide.
The chlorite ion, a major constituent of Oxy-Drops,
and one of its reaction products chlorine dioxide,
are extremely effective virucides, bactericides,
Does The Chlorite Ion Fight Pathogenic Microorganisms
In The Body?
The chlorite ion is biocidal, yet less toxic
than chlorine dioxide since it is a less powerful
oxidant in the ionic form. At the pH of the stomach
(pH 3-4) one can expect chlorine dioxide (NOT
Free Chlorine) to be produced from the chlorite
ions. This will be a transient phenomenon, ultimately
yielding chlorite ions, again, which will be absorbed
by the body, passed through the lower gastrointestinal
tract, and excreted by the kidneys. If a substantial
dose of the NZYMES Oxy-Drops has been taken, one
could hypothesize that the chlorite ions and chlorine
dioxide would act against ANY pathogenic microorganism
in the body.
Does The Chlorite Ion Interact With Enzymes?
Another potential mechanism of the Oxy-Drops
involves utilization of chlorite by cells, particularly
leukocytes, as a substrate to increase the efficiency
of a group of enzymes know as peroxidases. These
enzymes are an important component in the immune
system since they are involved in the oxidation
of foreign material (e.g., virus). There are two
interesting outcomes of chlorite utilization by
these enzymes. The first is that the immune system
may be directly enhanced by the increased rate
of oxidation of foreign material by the leukocytes.
The second result is an increased ability by all
metabolically active cells to scavenge free radicals.
The latter result is interesting in light of some
contemporary theories attributing the cause of
disease, debilitating aspects of aging and onset
of cancer to excessive levels of free radicals.
The source of free radicals may be environmental
(e.g., UV radiation) or metabolic
Does Chlorine Dioxide Fight Bacteria?
Chlorine dioxide is a highly effective, environmentally
friendly microbiocide. Chlorine dioxide penetrates
the cell wall of pathogenic microorganisms and
disrupts metabolic functions. Many pathogenic
bacteria (e.g., salmonella and E. coli) contain
an enzyme known as a "Respiratory Nitrate
Reductase". When chlorine dioxide penetrates
the bacteria it disrupts this enzyme and kills
the harmful bacteria. Beneficial bacteria in the
intestinal tract lack respiratory nitrate reductase
enzyme, so the chlorine dioxide does not affect
We hope the above information has helped you
to understand how Oxy-Drops works, in a
positive manner, to help the body of both animals
and people. To the layman, chemistry be confusing
and often misinterpreted. Though NaOCl (bleach)
and Oxy-Drops (stabilized NaClO2) are similar
products, to the body, they are as different as
day and night.