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Homozon – At a Glance:
Homozon takes a completely different approach to the process of cleansing. Oxygen, or “ozone” is used to heal and cleanse the body’s digestive tract, organs, tissues, and cells, instead of the fiber, herbs and vitamins used by most other products.
Prepare to be impressed with the Homozon website: it has slick graphics and a very professional appearance. Enviro-Tech-Health manufactures the product, and they also make many other oxygen-therapy related products. It seems like the company really believes that using oxygen is the only way to battle diseases, strengthen the body, and keep it healthy. The history of the product is extensive and goes back to the 1800’s when oxygen was first used in healing.
No personal testimonials are on the site, nor is there a FAQ section, although the user can find the answers to most questions he or she would have by reading the text. The information is unfortunately very poorly written, being very repetitive and scientific instead of easy to read and user-friendly.
No free trial or money back guarantee is offered, but the product may be purchased from the manufacturer or from independent retail stores.
Homozon – Facts
Homozon comes in a powder form that must be reconstituted with water before use. While the product label is not displayed, oxygen and magnesium are the primary components, but the quantities are not revealed. Homozon’s ingredients are basic, but their directions for its usage are not. In a nutshell, 1/2 to 3 teaspoons of the powder should be mixed with 6-8 ounces of water; this should be taken one hour before dinner and one hour after. But the manufacturer claims that as many as 32 teaspoons can safely be taken daily, although most people will normally use between 1 and 8 doses per day. Apparently the consumer must decide just how much he or she needs; although it is also recommended that Homozon should be taken under guidance of a medical professional.
Further confusing the issue, a ‘catalyst’, such as lemon juice, must be taken along with Homozon, but the amount of the catalyst needed depends upon the amount of gastric juice that the body produces. Finding the correct amount of Homozon is more of a “hit or miss” propostion to discover what is right for an individual user.
Homozon – Positive Features
- Theoretically using oxygen as a cleanser is a good idea and it is a well established technique.
- Oxygen is believed to be able to kill parasites, bacteria, and germs.
- The company suggests users also take warm baths, douches, and eating garlic for extra purification.
- The website has a lot of good content about its product.
- The majority of independent reviews have been favorable for omozon.
- People of any age can take Homozon safely — even pets can take it.
Homozon – Negative Features
- The instructions for dosing are complicated.
- At $70.95 for 150g container, this product is very pricey.
- It may be too cutting edge of a thought to some people to use oxygen as a product.
Homozon – Conclusion
This product is for daring customers who are not afraid to try things that are not medically proven practice.
The more probable scenario, though, is that most will be turned off by the technical website, the unclear dosage instructions, and the cost.