In this 5 Part Series, Dr. Blue will be sharing with you an in depth look at the ingredients that make up our unique high altitude Oxyfix Formula, starting with Organic Germanium.Organic Germanium, or bis carboxyethyl germanium sesquioxide 132, is a trace element and intrical ingredient in Oxyfix. Organic Germanium has an electromagnetic attraction to oxygen, and it acts as a transporter of oxygen to the cells and throughout the body.
Germanium was first discovered in 1886. In 1948 the electron transfer properties of Inorganic Germanium were discovered which led to it’s use in the first semiconducter transister. Organic Germanium was first synthesized and manufactured by Dr Kuzihiko Asai, a Japanese engineer, and his team in 1967 at the Asai Germanium Institute. After synthesizing many Germanium compounds and testing them for bioactivity, Dr Asai was successful in producing a highly stable, non-toxic and water soluble form of Organic Germanium. This Organic Germanium is otherwise known as bis carboxyethyl germanium sesquioxide 132, which is the scientific name for this form of non-toxic Organic Germanium. For the purposes of this article we will refer to this element using it’s common name of Organic Germanium.
Inorganic Germanium vs. Organic Germanium
It is important to understand the difference between Inorganic Germanium and Organic Germanium as they are two very different substances. Inorganic Gemanium has been used in the electronics industry for decades for its electromagnetic abilities. It is used as a semiconductor to conduct electricity and is highly toxic.
Organic Germanium on the other hand is virtually non-toxic and has potential health benefits. It is found in extremely minute quantities in all plant and animal life. Plants such as Aloe Vera, Ginseng, and Garlic are among plants that contain higher amounts of Organic Germanium. A person with an average diet consumes about 1 mg per day of Organic Germanium. Studies on therapeutic effects have used as little as 20 mg per day up to 3000 mg per day. As Organic Germanium is completely excreted out of the body within 72 hours, even at these high doses it is virtually non-toxic. Oxyfix contains 100 mg per packet or per dose. Studies show great promise in the treatment of many health disorders such as cancer, HBP chronic viral infections, pain control, and much more. It is worthy to note that in the late 1980s there was a bad batch of Organic Germanium imported from China that was tainted with the toxic Inorganic Germanium. Since then the FDA has banned all Organic Germanium imports. The Organic Germanium used in Oxyfix is obtained here in the US in approved facilities.
Oxygen Transport Properties of Organic Germanium
Organic Germanium has an electromagnetic attraction to oxygen. It can bind to oxygen like Hemoglobin does allowing the blood to carry more oxygen. This oxygen is then transported and made available to the cells of the body. This oxygenating affect produces energy and oxidizes toxins so they can be eliminated from the body.
It is in this role of transporting oxygen and oxygenation of the body that Organic Germanium plays a key role in Oxyfix. When the body is faced with a scenario where less oxygen is available, such as high altitude, altitude sickness can occur. Organic Germanium acts as catalyst for the transport of oxygen and works synergistically with Octacosanol and DMG helping the body utilize the available oxygen more efficiently.
Thanks to the research of Dr. Asai and others we believe Organic Germanium is a beneficial supplement in and of itself. If you would like to learn more about Germanium we highly suggest reading Dr. Asai’s book, “Miracle Cure: Organic Germanium.” We have chosen it to be part of our Oxyfix formula for it’s oxygen transport qualities. Just as Organic Germanium can be used as a general wellness supplement, we believe that Oxyfix, and all the individual nutrients it contains can not only be used as an altitude adjustment supplement but as a general wellness supplement as well.
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We will be be discussing each of Oxyfix’s ingredients and their beneficial roles in our formula in the upcoming blogs.
Our next blog will be,
An In-Depth Look at the Oxyfix Formula, Octacosanol, Part 2 of a 5 part Series