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Magnesium Oxide & Camu Camu

Within the next couple of months I am discontinuing PuriZone because similar products are available in your local health food stores or online with better prices. Being a small company, I can’t compete price-wise.  You will need to buy Magnesium oxide capsules or powder and Camu Camu powder.  When taking the Magnesium oxide capsules or powder, add 1/4 teaspoon of Camu Camu powder to the water.  It is the combination of Magesium oxide and the vitamin C in the Camu Camu powder that creates the PuriZone activity.

Be sure you are using Magnesium oxide and not a different form of magnesium.  It is only Magnesium oxide that provides the oxide which is designed to gently release oxygen into the body to facilitate the removal of diseased and dying cells and to cleanse and purify intestines.

Magnesium oxide involves the bonding of oxygen and ozone to magnesium.  This alkaline compound requires an extremely low pH in order to liberate its oxygen.  The hydrochloric acid in the stomach is commonly assisted with the vitamin C from the Camu Camu.

Approximately 4 capsules of a 400mg capsule of Magnesium oxide generates about 7.5 liters of available oxygen.  This oxygen is made bio-available to the stomach which is 40 percent more efficient assimilating oxygen as the lungs are.

It also assists in oxidizing the undigested putrefaction that is known to be impacting the intestines and the colon. The average person has 5 to 20 pounds of accumulated waste sitting in their colon at all times; a small dog has 8 to 16 ounces of this material which sits there putrefying, breeding pathogens, and creating a welcome home for parasites. A large dog can have as much as 5 to 10 pounds of this material.

It is often said that all disease begins in the colon. A brief conversation with any physician or veterinarian would confirm this. They will tell you that a person or animal’s colon is often impacted to the point where the passageway is occluded by more than 80 percent.

More important than the colon--which is easily accessed, has relatively smooth walls and is primarily an organ of elimination, rather than an organ of assimilation--are the intestines. The inside of the intestines has been designed by nature to have a maximum amount of surface area. The inside of the intestines can be likened to a shag rug or a cave with thousands of fingers sticking up like stalagmites or down like stalactites, known as villi, which get pasted down with a muck that inhibits the absorption of nutrients through the epithelial cells. The body in an attempt to protect itself from being poisoned by this putrefaction continuously wraps these materials in mucous, adding further to the buildup.

Digestion is known to be a process of oxidation. By introducing oxygen and ozone into the intestines and the colon, one can assist this process, as well as oxidizing the undigested material. It is common for the combination of Magnesium oxide and Camu Camu to turn this undigested material into CO2 and water. It is not unusual to have liquid stools during the first use. This is a sign that the products are working. Soft stools differ from diarrhea in that it does not cause loss of electrolytes, vital fluids or nutrients. The liquid stools come from a function of the deep cleansing effect of the colon’s inner lining.

Deciding on the amount of Magnesium oxide and Camu Camu to take is all trial and error; each individual is unique.  There are no two people or two dogs that are alike. 

This gentle oxidizing action can be contrasted with three other forms of laxative which are very dangerous to use with people and dogs.

1) Drug-based ones that use amphetamines as diuretics are common and contain addictive substances that can be fatal to animals.

2) Herbal laxatives most frequently use some form of micro toxin; in other words, they introduce a poison to the system at which point the body recognizes that it is being poisoned and purges itself of fluid in order to rid the digestive tract of the toxin, thereby bringing the stool out on the fluid medium that the body is excreting.

This purging often causes cramps and pain.

Children and small dogs lose fluids so quickly and have so little to lose that draining the body of fluids to help expel the herbs could cause serious dehydration.

3) Fiber type laxatives cause action in the bowels by irritating the colon. People with O blood type and dogs are not meant to have high fiber products. Their gastrointestinal systems are highly acidic and do not process plant fiber. Using a fiber type laxative can cause a violent excretion and actually damage the intestines and colon.

The ideal stool for dogs is one that looks like soft-freeze ice cream or a little harder when it is first coming out, yet it is formed and soft.