By inhaling oxygenation catalysts, such as those that are produced by plants, like oxygen at the time of photosynthesis, the biocatalyst plays a role of a "super transmitter" in oxygen metabolism. It is very useful for treating cancer because cancer cannot survive in an oxygen rich environment as it is anerobic. Is also usefull in treating fatigue, anxiety, anorexia, bulimia, heart disease, cardiovascular problems, and circulation issues amongst other conditions.
The cells undergoing biocatalytic oxygenation resist +25% above the normal average. The air around is composed of 21% oxygen. When we breathe, air enters the airways to the alveoli, where gas exchange and oxygen from the air diffuses through the blood. In the blood, over 95% of the oxygen attaches to hemoglobin, a major protein in red blood cells, which serves as a transporter. Although it has successfully captured the oxygen, hemoglobin releases the cells under specific conditions (temperature, acidity, quantity of carbon dioxide) If any of these conditions within tissues change, hemoglobin will not release the oxygen. Pollution, free radicals, stress, internal contamination, age, sedentary lifestyle, chronic diseases, emotional stress, prolonged sun exposure, among other things can greatly affect the level of oxygen in our body.
The deficit of oxygen in tissues can cause a reduction in energy production. The biochemical reactions of assimilation and transformation of nutrients are not completed successfully. Waste poorly eliminated will gradually accumulate and become toxicity in the body. The brain and the central nervous system which are the largest consumers of oxygen are the first to be affected. This is when we start to see the body expressing it's imbalance and dis-ease.