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Oxy-pH Boost™ liquid NACLO2 chlorine dioxide precursor
Sanitize and Alkalinizes pets drinking water
Excellent sanitizer for washing vegetables
As Talked about in “The Wonder of Probiotics”
Use as a mouth wash to freshen your breath
Oxy-pH Boost™ Great Veggie Wash
Use as a mouth wash
Exceptional disinfectant agent
Can be used by pets and people
Keep your pets water fresh
Oxy-pH Boost™ thru its alkaline PH and its oxygenating activity is great for washing your vegetables.
Helps keep your pets water fresh and clean.
Oxy-pH Boost™ should never be applied in the concentrated form directly to the skin or mouth.
Want to alkalinize your drinking water?
Add 5-10 drops of Oxy-pH Boost™ to an eight ounce glass of water!
In the application of water storage, it is recommended that you first start with a clean container and add purified water – preferably water that has undergone the process of reverse osmosis or any other suitable method of extracting impurities. It is recommended that you change the water annually to ensure you are drinking quality water in the event of an emergency.
After taking the precautions to ensure your water and container are clean, add the following amounts of Oxy-pH Boost™ water storage. These amounts of Oxy-pH Boost™ will help keep your water fresh. Fifteen drops of Oxy-pH Boost™ to each gallon of water. One teaspoon of Oxy-pH Boost™ to each 5 gallons of water. Three tablespoons of Oxy-pH Boost™ each 50 gallons of water.
Oxy-pH Boost™ as a Mouth Wash:
Use 10 drops of Oxy-pH Boost™ in 2 ounces water swish for two minutes and then spit out. Oxy-pH Boost™ removes the bio-film helps with bad breath.
Pets Water Bowl:
Keep your pets water frresh. Put 5 drops in 1 to 1/2 cup of their water.
Put about 10-20 drops in a bowl with about 8-10 cups of water to wash your vegetables in. Wash them for a few minutes then rinse them and enjoy.
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