When taken internally for overall health purposes, can larger amounts of Stabilized Liquid Oxygen (than what is suggested on the label) be taken?

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When taken internally for overall health purposes, can larger amounts of Stabilized Liquid Oxygen (than what is suggested on the label) be taken?

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For the average person, suggested amount are usually sufficient. Additional amounts of liquid oxygen can be taken when there is a special need and many people do take larger amounts. Some, however, actually start with less than suggested amounts and work their way up in dosage. The reason for this it that oxygen is very effective at killing anaerobic bacteria and disease-causing organisms. Depending on the number present in your system, it is possible to kill more of these pathogens at one time than your body (particularly your liver) can process. The results can be a feeling of nausea. An extreme example would be someone suffering from yeast or fungus infection. It is important to know that the liquid oxygen itself does not cause nausea, but an “overload” of dead pathogens in your system can. If you feel a little nausea, simply drink some additional water. Then, on your next dosage, back off a little in the number of drops taken until you find “your” present optimum level, a simple pr

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