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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any danger in taking Oxyrich

Oxyrich has become recognized as the premiere and safest of all liquid stabilized oxygen supplements. All the current research indicates that Oxyrich is harmless, non-toxic and hypo-allergenic when taken orally as recommended. The solution is also pH neutral. It is highly unlikely that the consumption of excessive amounts of Oxyrich will produce any negative reaction other than loose stool. However, individuals lacking the enzyme glucose-6-dehydrogenase (G6PD) may be at risk. These individuals have difficulty in maintaining a sufficient supply of Glutathione (GSH). Fortunately, people with this disorder typically are aware of it and know what foods and supplements they can take.

Is Oxyrich approved by the F.D.A?

The Food and Drug Administration does not specifically approve dietary supplements. However, the F.D.A. has reviewed Oxyrich and has determined that Oxyrich meets all guidelines established by the F.D.A. to qualify it as a dietary supplement.

Are there other uses for Oxyrich other than drinking it in a glass of water?

Since Oxyrich is near pH neutral and non-toxic it is safe for a variety of uses, but the company only suggests it be used as indicated on the bottle. However, many consumers report great success in using Oxyrich topically on minor burns, minor abrasions, insect bites, rashes, and acne.

How much oxygen is in Oxyrich?

The average oxygen content in normal tap water is 6 to 7 ppm (parts per million). Standard testing procedures measure up to 19.99 ppm. There is no universally accepted or standardized testing equipment or methodology to measure the oxygen content in water beyond 19.99 ppm.
In an effort to measure higher oxygen levels, there has been the use of variations to acceptable tests for hydrogen peroxide, colour comparisons or colorimeters, titration, chromatographs, etc. Each type of test gives results consistent with itself, but the different test methods give different results which have ranged from 300 ppm to 50,000 ppm. It is still undetermined which of the test variations is the most accurate. However, all the methods show that Oxyrich has an oxygen level substantially above normal tap water.

When should Oxyrich be taken and how much?

It is recommended that 15 to 20 drops of Oxyrich in a glass of water be taken 3 times daily. It is most effective if taken about 30 minutes before eating or 2 hours after eating. Since the oxygen in Oxyrich reacts with organic material, avoiding the recent consumption of food when taking Oxyrich will allow for better absorption into the blood stream. Children should take about half the amount as an adult.

Does Oxyrich really increase the oxygen in the blood stream?

Yes! An independent research facility conducted arterial blood tests that showed an increased blood oxygen level in each individual after they were given Oxyrich. Blood was extracted and analysed at intervals prior to the administration of Oxyrich and at intervals afterward over a four hour period. See the Suntory test

How is Oxyrich made?

The key feature is our unique formulation which uses no harsh chemicals or substances to create stabilized oxygen in its most soluble form. While some companies might use chemical chlorates, oxychlorine compounds, or hypochlorite compounds (bleach), Oxyrich uses only sodium chloride (Atlantic Sea Salt) to bind extra oxygen molecules in a solution with highly purified distilled water . As a result, we are able to significantly increase the amount of available oxygen while keeping the solution in a neutral pH range. The actual manufacturing process is proprietary and confidential.

If Oxyrich contains some sodium, can it adversely affect someone on a low sodium diet?

We always encourage people to consult with their health practitioner before taking any new supplement. Although Oxyrich contains a small amount of sodium, the total daily consumption registers 0% on the Supplement Facts chart. A small carton of low fat yogurt has significantly more sodium than the daily use of Oxyrich !

How much should I take?

The suggested dosage is anywhere between 2-5 ml,  1 to 3 times daily.  

What is a good maintenance dose for Oxyrich if I am not taking itfor any specific health problem?

1 to 2ml. twice a day.

How do I take Oxyrich?

You can mix Oxyrich in water, juice, milk, tea, coffee, etc. as long as it is not too hot. However the best way to take Oxyrich is to take it sublingually (under the tongue). – Put the drops directly in your mouth and hold it there for about 30 seconds, then swallow. For best results take Oxyrichat least 30 minutes before eating or two hours after eating.

Can I use Oxyrich on my skin?

Yes. Oxyrich can be used on the skin, in the eyes, ears, nose,etc.

What are the ingredients in Oxyrich?

Oxyrich contains intact oxygen molecules in a liquid solution of de-ionised water, Atlantic Sea Salt

How long does a 250ml bottle last?

One bottle will last about one month if you are taking 2 ml 3 times a day,  more than a month

How long does it take to notice results?

Everyone’s body is different and so some people notice results immediately and others may notice a difference after  two weeks.

Is there any side effects when taking Oxyrich?

There are no known side effects. However, if you take too much Oxyrich at one time you may notice a slight headache or too  much energy.

Will Oxyrich interfere with any nutritional supplements or medications?

No. You can take Oxyrich and other nutritional suppliments or medications at the same time

Can children and animals take Oxyrich?


How many drops should I give my children or animals?

It depends on the size and age of your child or animal. For example, a child eight years of age should take about half the regular dose of an adult.

Can people with high blood pressure use Oxyrich (because of the salt)?

Yes. The amount of salt in Oxyrich is a very small amount. 30 drops of Oxyrich contains less than 4 mg of salt which is a very insignificant amount.

Why does Oxyrich have a slight chlorinous taste?

It has a slight chlorine type taste because of the sodium chlorite , because some of the oxygen molecules in the product combine with the Atlantic sea salt and form Sodium Chlorite (NaClO2 which is salt with two oxygen molecules ) together with a  a small amount of stable ozone (O4)in the product produce the smell and taste.

Is Oxyrich pH balanced?

Yes. Oxyrich is balanced to a slightly alkaline state which is beneficial to the body.

Can pregnant women take Oxyrich?


How much oxygen is actually in Oxyrich?

It contains approximately < 5 % , stabilized bio-available di-atomic oxygen at manufacture.

How much oxygen is in regular water?

Water usually contains anywhere between 1 to 10 ppm of dissolvedoxygen. Ponds usually contain the lowest amount and streams and rivers usuallyhave the highest amount. Tap water in most large cities is usually around 5-7ppm of dissolved oxygen.

What is the shelf life of Oxyrich?

It is about 8 months for an opened bottle and 1.5 years for an unopened bottle.

What is the difference between Oxyrich and hydrogen peroxide or other oxygen supplements on the market?

Oxyrich should not be confused with the Chemical Chlorite compounds which are available on the market and which represent an older, now outdated approach to providing oxygen supplementation. Oxyrich is a liquid solution which contains intact oxygen molecules ready for immediate absorption, the older Chlorite type compounds must first come into contact with the hydrochloric acid in the stomach before oxygen is released by way of a vigorous chemical reaction.

What’s more, unlike Oxyrich which can be placed onto the skin, the older Chlorite type compounds are extremely caustic (pH up to 13) and can do serious damage to the skin and delicate mucous membranes. Also, Oxyrich should not be confused with hydrogen peroxide, a compound which can cause a severe "healing crisis" if not administered properly and with appropriate care, and apparently has a tendency to release potentially harmful free radicals into the system.

How should I store Oxyrich?

Once opened  you get best results if stored in a refrigerator, however you can store Oxyrich at room temperature.

How is Oxyrich going to effect me if I have metal fillings or metal dentures?

No adverse reactions have ever been realized or reported by users except occasional headaches when the introduction of Oxyrich was done too quickly...refer to question #1.