Body Detox Oxygen Drops

Posted 15 October 2013

Oxygen Drops H2O2 foodgrade 100mlMarcelle du Plessis, of Body Detox (and famous for her Miracle Magnesium scam), is advertising this product with the following nonsense: “Viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites thrive in an oxygen depleted body. By adding oxygen to your diet, your health will improve dramatically.”

“Candida and cancer cells thrive in a body depleted from oxygen. Due to pollution and stress we become oxygen depleted. This oxygen can be taken internally to replenish depleted oxygen levels. Oxygen will help to kill harmful bacterial, and viral infections. Oxygen is very effective against Candida and Cancer.”

Dangerous scam!

“Use: Start with 2 drops in the morning and evening in water. Can be taken with your Rafaa in the morning. Increase your drops daily by 1 drop at a time. Can be taken more frequently during the day, e.g. every hour or every 2 hours. For severe infections take every Read the rest

2 comments to Body Detox Oxygen Drops

  • Nellie

    Sorry for you who try to “down” Miracle Magnesium and Hydrogen Peroxide!! IT WORKS!! AND incase you don’t know or are just ignorent google ” Uses and benefits” of magnesium AND 35%FOODGRADE HYDROGEN PEROXIDE! Suppose u one of those medicals who just want to make money from poor ignorent people who don’t know better. If you google these things you will SEE it cures many health problems but die Medical Profession won’t tell you about it because they and the Pharmaceuticals might loose millions!!! And YES magnesium is better absorb through the skin. And the magnesium oil is better than the pills. More pure and not crystallised like tablets.. its in its natural state. Don’t misled the poor public for the sake of “filling your own pockets” with millionsSo by the way. I use the Magnesium Inflama Gel. It is excellent for tired legs, back and artritis pains and AQUAMAG is excellent too!

    • Harris

      No, the medical professionals will not lose millions because of people using Miracle Magnesium. But consumers will lose money buying these products that give false hope based on false claims. If it works for you, good. But to sell a product to anyone claiming that it will cure x, and it does not, is fraud. And also, results in people not looking for better and more effective options.

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