Ambulance crews have often regarded oxygen as something approaching a wonder drug. Oxygen has always been a lifesaving drug and now doctors and patients can do much more lifesaving because they will be able to give much more oxygen.
Maxx O2 introduces a new simple way of injecting massive amounts of oxygen into the cells. In fifteen minutes one can open the cells allowing them to detoxify as they gulp down higher levels of oxygen. Maxx O2 is simple. All it involves is breathing high levels of oxygen while exercising. The higher oxygen level in the lungs creates a greater head of pressure to drive oxygen into the pulmonary capillaries. The exercise moves the circulation faster, ensuring a greater oxygen carriage. Initially, the oxygen pressure in the veins rises, as more oxygen is getting through to the venous side, but it is this oxygen that allows the capillaries to repair the transfer mechanism.
Maxx O2 does everything that hyperbaric therapy (HBOT) does and more. HBOT does not reach the threshold of oxygen where a broad, deep and quick anti-inflammatory effect occurs. Anti-inflammatory Oxygen Therapy is like putting out a candle flame with your fingers.
In the first 15 minute session (or let’s say first four sessions) the inflammation in the capillaries will begin to be snubbed and a layer of toxins will be cleared. Oxygen will rush into the cells bringing the energy and the physiological processes necessary to heal. It used to be called Oxygen Multi Step Therapy or EWOT (Exercise with Oxygen Therapy), which would take as much as 32 hours to do what can be done in fifteen minutes.
Oxygen Multi Step Therapy was invented by Dr. Manfred von Ardenne of Germany. Dr. von Ardenne was probably Otto Warberg's prize student. Warberg received the 1931 Nobel Prize for proving that cancer can only grow in an oxygen-starved environment. Cancer is anaerobic. Dr. von Ardenne went on to do approximately 150 studies combining exercise with extra oxygen. Anti-Inflammatory Oxygen Therapy takes oxygen therapies to a new level with the use of a new simple invention that makes these older oxygen therapies much more effective.