Frequently Asked Questions
About Vitamin O
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Q. What is Vitamin O?
A. Vitamin O is a special supplemental oxygen taken in liquid form and produced through electrical-activation with a saline solution from the ocean.
Q. How much should I take?
A. Most people use anywhere between 10 drops to 30 drops 3 times a day. You can start at 10 drops 3 times a day and if you are not seeing results at that dose, then increase it until you see or feel a difference.
Q. When should I take Vitamin O?
A. Vitamin O should be taken on an empty stomach. (1/2 hour before eating or 1 hour after eating.)
Q. What is a good maintenance
dosage for Vitamin O if I am not taking it for any specific problem?
A. 15 drops 3 times a day. Or many of us just take a good squirt under the tongue 3 times a day.
Q. How do I take Vitamin O?
A. Our research on Vitamin O indicates that placing it under the tongue and holding it there for a short time is by far the most effective way to benefit from the product. Some people prefer to take Vitamin O with water. Recently, we have discovered that placing Vitamin O in a glass and adding water to the glass is better than adding Vitamin O to the water. When water is added to Vitamin O, the water adopts the integrity of the Vitamin O, thus increasing the effectiveness of the product. Again, to gain the most benefit from Vitamin O, place it under the tongue (full strength) for a short time and then swallow. If put in an organic medium, such as juice, milk, coffee, or tea, the oxygen dissipates quickly and you do not get full value from it.
Q. Can I use Vitamin O on my skin?
A. Yes. Vitamin O can be used on the skin, in the ears or nose. It is not recommended for use in the eyes.
Q. How long does a bottle last?
A. One 2 ounce bottle will last about 3 weeks if you are taking 15 drops 3 times a day. There are approximately 900 drops in a two-ounce bottle. A four-ounce bottle would have therefore 1800 drops, etc.
Q. How long does it take to
A. Everyone’s body is different and so some people notice results immediately and others may take longer to notice a difference (a month or more).
Q. Are there any side effects
when taking Vitamin O ?
A. There are no known side effects. However, if you take too much Vitamin O at one time you may notice a slight headache or too much energy.
Q. Will Vitamin O interfere with
any nutritional supplements or medications?
A. None that we know of, but check with your doctor to be sure.
Q. Can children and animals take
Vitamin O? And if so how much should they take?
A. We have many reports of both children and animals successfully using Vitamin O. The amounts used will vary depending on what it is used for. Try different amounts to see what works best or check with a health care professional for advice.
Q. Can people with high blood
pressure use Vitamin O without side effects (because of the salt)?
A. The amount of salt in Vitamin O is a very small amount. 30 drops of Vitamin O contains less than 4 mg of sodium which is a very insignificant amount. However, if you have questions, check with your doctor.
Q. Can pregnant women take
A. We know of no problems with taking it during pregnancy. However check with your health practitioner to be sure.
Q. What is the shelf life of
A. It is about 6 months for an opened bottle and 2 years for an unopened bottle.
Q. What is the difference between
Vitamin O and hydrogen peroxide or other oxygen supplements on the
A. Vitamin O should not be confused with the Chlorite compounds which are available on the market and which represent an older, now outdated approach to providing oxygen supplementation. These older Chlorite type compounds must first come into contact with the hydrochloric acid in the stomach before oxygen is released by way of a vigorous chemical reaction. What’s more, unlike Vitamin O which can be placed onto the skin, the older Chlorite type compounds are extremely caustic and can do serious damage to the skin and delicate mucous membranes. Also, Vitamin O should not be confused with hydrogen peroxide, a compound which can cause a severe healing crisis if not administered properly and with appropriate care, and apparently has a tendency to release potentially harmful free radicals into the system.
Q. How should I store Vitamin O?
A. You can store Vitamin O at room temperature. It does not need to be refrigerated.
Q. On the Vitamin O bottle it
says not to stir with a metal utensil or place in a metal container,
how is this going to effect me if I have metal fillings or metal
A. We have not seen or heard of any adverse reactions.
Q. How long has Vitamin O been on
A. We have been selling it since 1996.
Q. What research has been done on
A. Dr. John Heinerman has conducted two double-blind clinical studies on Vitamin O. Through the use of blood-gas analysis, Vitamin O has been shown to significantly increase (17 to 32%) blood oxygen levels in the human body. In oral interviews conducted during these studies, research participants reported greater youthfulness, improved mobility, better circulation, sharper mental clarity, enhanced heart and lung function, and increased physical energy.
This Statement has not
been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose,
treat cure, or prevent any disease.