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Is Oxygen a Safe Laxative?

Published on , Last Updated on June 14, 2013


The short answer is yes, of course! After all, oxygen is natural and required by our bodies, continuously, to survive. Using oxygen as a laxative can be a much better alternative to standard laxatives which only target constipation and have a host of side effects. Many people do not realize that standard laxatives can have a harsh effect on the stomach. They are not meant to be taken in large doses or over a long period of time, doing so can negatively impact your intestines, even leading to a dependency on laxatives to produce bowel movements.

While a conventional stimulant or osmotic laxative may help relieve constipation, they only provide a temporary solution and may even harm you in the long run. In contrast, oxygen-based cleansers target underlying causes behind constipation and bowel movement problems. Many people consider them to be the best alternative to harsh, herbal laxatives. Let’s take a closer look at why oxygen is the most effective cleanser available.

How Oxygen Based Laxatives Work

Oxygen-based laxatives are powerful agents that eliminate constipation at the cause by cleansing the gut and keeping the intestines clean. Oxygen-based colon cleaners use monatomic oxygen to move and liquefy feces in both the small and large intestine. Monatomic oxygen has also been shown to kill various harmful organisms, which if left unchecked can seep back into the bloodstream though microscopic holes in the intestine. This also supports the production of good bacteria that promote healthy digestion and keep the body healthy.

Do Oxygen Based Laxatives Have Side Effects?

A person using an oxygen laxative may experience temporary cramping, sinus issues, and some fatigue while your body naturally cleanses and balances out its intestinal system. But, in general, these laxatives do not have any serious harmful side effects and can be used on a regular basis without irritating the stomach.

The main effect of oxygen-based cleansing laxatives is to rejuvenate your stomach through detoxification, boost your immune system, and helping to restore and maintain bowel movement regularity. In comparison to standard, over-the-counter laxatives, oxygen-based laxatives and colon cleansers generally don’t have any serious negative side effects, as long as you’re in an area where you can pass a bowel movement.

Why Use Oxygen as a Laxative?

You have a variety of choices when trying to decide on a laxative to relieve constipation and irregular bowel movements. Your first thought might be to grab any over-the-counter laxative because they should all work the same. Unfortunately, that is simply not the case. Different types of laxatives work in various ways and have vastly different side effects.

In general, oxygen laxatives are the best and easiest way to get rid of constipation and bowel irregularities and clean your intestines. Oxygen based laxatives are also gentle and safe and will not adding any painful side effects in the process. Try using an oxygen-based laxative the next time you are having constipation issues – your stomach may just thank you for it later!

-Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, ND, DACBN, DABFM

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