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a natural antibiotic that kills bacteria by supplying generous
amounts of oxygen to anaerobes, which are organisms that do not require
oxygen for growth and may even die in its presence. It is an effective
antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal product. By administrating
Dioxychlor, the immune system is assisted in carrying out the normal
body process of defense against invading microorganisms, with little or
no toxicity to normal tissues.
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Dioxychlor is a special formulated homeopathic dilution of oxidized
natrium chloride containing biologically important trace minerals. This
product contains no sugar, starch, preservatives, artificial colors or
flavors and is yeast, corn, rice, milk and gluten-free.
This is American Biologics' well researched proprietary oxidizing agent.
DC-3 has little or no stimulation of the free radical cascade, and is
an excellent support to the treatment of intracellular viral states,
Candida albicans, environmental toxicity, etc.
Dioxychlor is highly recommended in a number of well-known books on
nutrition, including The Prescription for Nutritional Healing,
Dr. James & Phyllis Balch, and Holistic Protocol for the
Immune System, by Scott Gregory.
Recommended use may vary. Sensitive individuals may start with 1 or 2
drops and build up to 20 drops. Others may take up to 40 drops. We have
a number of research papers available on oxidizing agents.
Research studies from around the world indicate that the product is
effective when used on the following conditions:
• Gum inflammation (periodontis)
• Candida Albicans
• Immune System Problems
Other uses for
Inhibits the growth of disease and bacteria in water:
Add 10 drops per gallon of water
• Insect bites:
Saturate a small piece of cotton or cloth and place on bite.
Put a few drops directly on cut.
Preserve Freshness of milk:
Add 20 drops per quart. Milk stays fresh 3-4 weeks
• Food Poisoning/
Amebic Dysentary or Diarrhea
Contamination on Food(vegetables, seafood, poultry, pork):
Add 60 drops(3ml) to a gallon of water. Soak food for 10-15 seconds.
When water becomes dirty, filter through an unbleached coffee filter
Keep water out of direct sunlight
drops, one to three times daily, under the tongue, holding for 1 minute
Oral: From 5-10 drops
in 3 oz of water. Should sever "die off" occur (Hexheimer reaction,
which may cause nausea and diarrhea), decrease dosage to patient
tolerance. Once to two times per day, based on patient tolerance.
Vaginal Douche: 40
drops in 3 oz (4droppers) of distilled water. (Optionally you may add
approximately 6-8 drops fresh lemon juice to acidify.) Retain 3
minutes. After 1 hour, use retention douche of 3 oz of distilled water
with approximately 3 tbs of Bio-Bifidus blended to the consistency of
cream (to replenish flora).
Raise hips on a pillow in a relaxed position for 20 minutes.)
Rectal: Generally the
same as Vaginal Douche protocol, but do not use lemon juice.
Nasal Douche: Add 30
drops to 1 oz of distilled water. Stir and sniff 1 dropper full of
dilute solution in each nostril and repeat 1 minute later. Gargle with
balance of solution and then expectorate. One to three times per day.
Ear: The same
solution as Nasal Douche protocol. Use dropper to put one dropper of
dilute solution while tilting head.
drops in 3 oz of water, retain and agitate for 2 minutes, then
expectorate. For thrush, canker sores, etc. three times a day until
symptoms abate. 1 to 3 drops full strength may be put directly on
directly on finger and toe nails and skin lesions. Not recommended for face.
Dioxychlor, one of a class of
inorganic oxidants, has been found useful against the three major classes of infective
agents: virus, bacteria and fungi. They have tremendous
potential use in such refractory conditions as Acquired Immune
Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). It is also extremely effective
against an impressive array of viral, bacterial and fungal
infections, including demonstrated inhibition of Candida albicans.
The use of Dioxychlor as a
substance dates back to World War I, when it was used by the
Western powers to save the lives of soldiers with infections,
particularly gangrene. It has since been found to have a
multiplicity of uses which, at first glance, seems unrelated
and with no apparent biochemical explanation.
In terms of fungicide use, it is
noted that one anti-fungal agent in common use (nystatin) -
with prolonged usage - leads to the development of resistance to the
drug and continued symptoms. The mechanism of action of
Dioxychlor is related to biochemical
processes within the fungus which are so basic to survival that
resistance is important: as a result no new resistant strains develop
from the use of Dioxychlor, unlike other fungicides.
Dioxychlor is an inorganic compound
composed of chlorine and two atoms of nascent oxygen covalently
bonded. It is the chemical property of Dioxychlor which makes possible
the release of nascent oxygen upon decomposition during its
action as an oxidizing agent, leaving a non-toxic chloride
Certain aspects of the cellular
immune system (specific white blood cells), utilize other
mechanisms in the generation of highly reactive oxygen derivatives for
purpose of combating the invasion of foreign organisms. Without
these protective mechanisms provided by the immune system involving
oxygen derivatives, the ability to fight environmental chemicals as
well as infection is blocked.
The immune system of many persons,
particularly the elderly, is deficient in the ability to
provide these highly reactive oxygen
The use of Dioxychlor assists the
natural protective mechanisms of the body in counteracting
these infectious agents which, if not adequately neutralized,
will most certainly lead to disease. Dioxychlor in pure form
(anhydrous) is a liquid at 0 degrees C, having a deep red color. When
with water and at high dilution - it is colorless.
derivative necessary for attacking the great variety of viral, fungal
and bacterial invaders that are continually bombarding the
human body. Those who are improperly equipped for fighting
these invaders become easy targets for the many diseases they
produce with the accompanying and sometimes bizarre symptoms.
Bohr's atomic models indicate a "coordinate covalent"
bond between the elements of Dioxychlor. This type
of bond represents the sharing of a pair of electrons between two
as in the "covalent" bond, but in this bond both electrons are
contributed by the atoms (chlorine) and none by the other. In
covalent bond one electron is contributed by each of the atoms
forming the bond.
When Dioxychlor reacts as an oxidizing agent the oxygen
atom first binds to a single atom (the one being oxidized) and
then is dissociated from chlorine. An electron is then given up
to chlorine forming the chloride ion. When one realizes that
there are 5.3 g of chlorine ion liter of human plasma it
becomes obvious that the small amount of chloride generated
through the use of Dioxychlor is negligible.
Oxidizing Agents Used Clinically
Dioxychlor is not the only
oxidizing agent in clinical use. Another agent also
providing active oxygen is Hydrogen Peroxide, which has been
used in the treatment of arthritis, cancer and other metabolic diseases.
Hydrogen Peroxide is commercially available in low
concentrations for the treatment of topical microbial
Ozone is being used both in Europe
and at the American Biologics Hospital in Mexico to treat
various diseases including cancer, blood coagulation disorders
and liver diseases, among others. It is a developing precept of
oxidology that the success of oxidative therapies depends on
the type used, the concentration of the oxidant and the target of use.
For example, Hydrogen Peroxide may be used effectively as an
anti-viral sterilizing agent orally and topically, but if used
intravenously, great caution should be exercised. This is
because, among other things, cancer cells produce prodigious
quantities of Hydrogen Peroxide and the IV administration of
this substance may induce cancer to proliferate. This is not
true, for example, of either Ozone or Dioxychlor.
Ozone is a powerful oxidant which
can be used effectively at the right concentration, time and
place - for example, as an international therapy in cancer or
the ozonation of blood to oxidize it and destroy potentially harmful
viruses. But any administrative route which increases oxidative
processes in the lung is injurious and should be handled with great
care; hence the caveat on intravenous ozone administration.
Dioxychlor is currently used as a
topical gel ("C2" - complexed with carbomers), or as
homeopathic drops (C3"), or as a cryogenically purified
intravenous infusion material ("C4").
Proof that Dioxychlor is cytotoxic
to bacteria, fungus and virus clinically is shown by data indicating
its effectiveness as a disinfectant (outside the body).
Dioxychlor has been found to
inactivate the organism causing Legionnaire's Disease
(Legionella pneumophila). The chemically related compound sodium
periodate (NaIO) inhibited the virulence, decreased the
respiration of and increased the sensitivity to phagocytosis of
the common pathogen Listeria monocytogenes.
A germicidal solution has been
developed containing Dioxychlor at an acid ph (lactic acid). The
gave complete kill of Staphylococcus Aureus, Pseudomanas,
and Candida Albicans spores within 10 minutes. If used in an
ultrasound cleaning device complete killing is less than 5 minutes.
The bacterial virus f2 was rapidly
inactivated with Dioxychlor. At ph 5-9 only GMP (guanosine
monophosphate) reached while the amino acids cystine, trytophan
and tyrosine reached rapidly.
Dioxychlor applied to polio virus
separated the RNA from the protein coat (capsid). Dioxychlor
reached with the capsid protein and prevented the absorption, penetration
normal uncoating of the virus. It also reached with the
viral RNA and impaired the ability of the nucleic acid to act
as a template for replication.