Oxygen is a highly reactive element, meaning that it bonds easily with so many other elements. Oxygen's high reactivity is due to its biradical electron configuration. Its two unpaired electrons make the molecule highly susceptible to bond formation. This has proven a challenge in efforts to create oxygen supplements that have the ability to go systemic, and not just die in the gut.
Yeast infections, such as Candida albicans occur most frequently in an oxygen-poor environment in the body. Yeast cells produce large amounts of acetaldehyde, causing cellular damage, interfering with intestinal absorption, and disrupting white and red blood cell functions.
Our science team has overcome this obstacle, using proprietary processes that stabilize BioMolecular Oxygen and push it through to the organs, tissues, and cells that it needs to impact in order to accomplish its mission without dissipation or diminishing effectiveness.