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Oxygen-Based Colon Cleansers – Fact or Fiction

February 2nd, 2015 by Loretta Lanphier

Oxygen-Based Colon Cleansers – Fact or Fiction

Oxygen-based colon cleansers have become one of the most popular colon cleansing products on the market today. And, in my opinion as well as experience with clients, rightly so. I have been using oxygen-based colon cleansing personally and with family for over 15 years. Why? The reason is simple – because it works quickly without the use of toxic chemicals or harsh herbs –  especially with common digestive tract concerns such as constipation, bloating and gas. But the most important benefit, which I believe most people don’t quite understand, is properly formulated oxygen-based colon cleansers provide nascent oxygen to the body. Also, oxygen-based colon cleansers are non-habit forming.

The importance of keeping the gut clean and supported is finally becoming more accepted, even from the perspective of conventional medicine. Science is confirming the definite health connection between the gut and the brain. As recent as ten years ago most medical professionals would have never made this connection much less recommended colon cleansing as something needed for proper gut health. Yes, we still have a long way to go with conventional medicine’s acceptance of the need for intestinal cleansing, but we are seeing a move in the right direction.

In one form or another oxygen-based colon cleansers have actually been available for a long time. They were used mainly by those who understood the benefits of oxygen in the body as well as keeping the digestive tract supported. Skeptics usually say that oxygen-based cleansers produce results only because of the laxative effect of magnesium; however, they are missing the forest for the trees. And that is, again, the importance of the oxygen that is released to help melt fecal material and clean the entire bowel.

How do Oxygen-Based Colon Cleansers Work?

Properly formulated oxygen-based colon cleansers contain magnesium oxide, an element of magnesium bound to oxygen. When consumed, the stomach’s hydrochloric acid reacts with this oxygenated magnesium. This promotes the slow release of oxygen throughout the body and results in the softening of fecal matter. Probiotics in the gut are strengthened by this supply of oxygen, further increasing the intestinal and digestive benefits. The magnesium found in oxygen-based cleansers also produces an osmotic effect in the intestinal tract, attracting water that flushes the entire system from waste.

By using oxygen based colon cleansers, the friendly bacteria is fed with the oxygen needed to create a stable bowel environment. Oxygen will also oxidize and clean the entire bowel, relieving constipation and compaction. When you take oxygen based colon cleansers, you also raise the level of ORS (Oxygen Reactive Species), which causes a stimulation of lymphocytes to produce T-cells. This process promotes a strengthened immune system.

It’s important to understand that you shouldn’t take oxygen based colon cleansers every day, unless you are preforming a 5-7 day cleanse; however, you should always take a good probiotic and digestive enzyme formula to enhance the effectiveness of the cleanser you are using.

All Oxygen-Based Colon Cleansers are not Created Equal

Many, if not most, manufacturers claiming to produce oxygen based colon cleansers fail miserably. These manufacturers do not make use of a scientific method for attaching and stabilizing oxygen correctly. Moreover, many of these manufacturers merely use or mix combinations of magnesium oxides with magnesium peroxide and sell their products as oxygen releasing compounds.  Some manufacturers are just making a product that is similar to milk of magnesia, yet they advertise the product as oxygen-based.

Magnesium oxide holds oxygen but does not release oxygen very well unless properly assisted. The proper combination of vectors to hold and deliver oxygen effectively must be carefully chosen. The magnesium acts as a carrier of the oxygen to transport it through the intestinal lining, kidneys, bladder and out through the intestines. What is not wanted is a form of magnesium that can be completely assimilated; that is not the purpose.

The purpose of stabilizing oxygen is to deliver monatomic oxygen using a timed-release process. Many believe in the misconception that the gut is home to all anaerobic organisms. Digestive disease actually starts with the misuse of antibiotics, which kills friendly bacteria in addition to harmful organisms. In actuality, friendly bacteria are facultative (can thrive in both aerobic and anaerobic environments) strains mostly anaerobic (without oxygen) but will also flourish in an aerobic condition. The friendly bacteria in the bowel secrete hydrogen peroxide as a by-product and can live in a high spectrum of oxygen exposure. They will also fight for the receptor sites of the bad bacteria or the bad organisms concentrating themselves in the bowel.

Each bug or harmful organism picks its own environmental pH to live in. What the body needs is a good colony of probiotics thriving from the stomach all they way down through the colon. Ideally, the friendly bacteria should fight the unfriendly bacteria and secrete hydrogen peroxide as a by-product within the bowel.

What to look for in Oxygen-Based Colon Cleansers

Is oxygen being released?

A titration test must be used and will show if oxygen is being released and for how long it is released. The best oxygen-based colon cleansers will release oxygen for at least 18 hours in testing.

How aggressively is the oxygen being released?

This is measured with electromotive force. The majority of the products claiming oxygen delivery have an electromotive force of 1.23 or below, which is not good. The oxygen-based cleanser that I use and recommend has an aggressive, fast electromotive power of 2.4 or above.

Does the product contain ascorbic acid?

Be aware of so-called oxygen based colon cleansers that contain ascorbic acid. Ascorbic acid is a strong antioxidant, which will neutralize any benefits of oxygen release.

Check the product label.

Make sure that all ingredients are natural and/or organic and not full of binders and fillers.

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My Recommendation for the Most Effective Oxygen-Based Colon Cleanser

For the following reasons, the oxygen-based colon cleanser that I highly recommend and use personally is Oxy-Powder®:

  • Oxy-Powder® has been proven in clinical trials to be effective and safe for constipation.
  • Oxy-Powder® is a scientifically formulated product consisting of complex oxides of magnesium and peroxides of magnesium stabilized with ozone and oxygen at high pressure and low temperature to ensure oxygen is stable and non-reactive until Oxy-Powder® is ingested and slowly released in the acidic environment of the stomach.
  • Oxy-Powder® helps support the immune system. It’s designed to slowly release oxygen when the formula’s citric acid combines with the hydrochloric acid already in your stomach.
  • Oxy-Powder® contains no calories or carbohydrates.
  • Oxy-Powder® has been demonstrated to be safe for the natural intestinal flora of those suffering from constipation.
  • Oxy-Powder® gives results quickly and is easy to use with little to no side-effects for most people.
  • Oxy-Powder® was proven in a Phase III Clinical trial to be more effective in treating constipation than Ducolax.
  • Oxy-Powder® contains highly quality compounds consisting only of magnesium oxide, natural citric acid, organic gum acacia in Kosher vegetarian capsules.  Each of these ingredients is non-toxic, non-addictive, and 100% naturally mined and thus safe for ingestion separately or when combined.
  • Oxy-Powder® contains no harsh chemicals or dangerous herbs to generate artificial results, such as forcing you to have a bowel movement by inducing diarrhea.
Loretta Lanphier is a Naturopathic Practitioner (Traditional), Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Holistic Health Practitioner and Certified Clinical Herbalist as well as the CEO / Founder of Oasis Advanced Wellness in The Woodlands TX. She has studied and performed extensive research in health science, natural hormone balancing, anti-aging techniques, nutrition, natural medicine, weight loss, herbal remedies, non-toxic cancer support and is actively involved in researching new natural health protocols and products.  A 14 year stage 3 colon cancer survivor, Loretta is able to relate to both-sides-of-the-health-coin as patient and practitioner when it comes to health and wellness. “My passion is counseling others about what it takes to keep the whole body healthy using natural and non-toxic methods.” Read Loretta’s health testimony Cancer: The Path to Healing. Loretta is Contributor and Editor of the worldwide E-newsletter Advanced Health & Wellness. Check out Oasis Advanced Wellness and our natural skin care site Oasis Serene Botanicals.

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  • Libby Wheatley

    This is very helpful, thank you! I was in search of a high-quality herbal-based colon cleansing product for detoxing my colon. However, then I happened upon Oxy-Powder and bought it instead. I did not trust the quality of the herbal products and it was difficult, online, to determine their ingredient lists. Oxy-Powder looks like a viable alternative. I do not have issues with irregularity, but I am wanting to begin a detoxification progam, which begins with the colon. Thank you.

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