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Podcast 460: Wetway with Emma Flanagan
Amazing Soak is a versatile solution made of dissolved oxygen ions that penetrates skin quickly. It decreases muscle soreness, inflammation, and pain. It may help to improve respiratory conditions, gum, and mouth health. It may also help boost energy, and detoxify the body of many pathogens, such as parasites and yeast.
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MARTIN: Hello, everybody. This is Martin Pytela, for Life Enthusiast podcast. And with me today is Emma Flanagan. Emma, well, I have known Emma for about four years. It was 2019, and we very innocently met over what Emma started calling, Amazing Soak. Anyway, Emma, welcome.
EMMA: Hi, Martin. Yes, at that time it was,
MARTIN: I would like to do a little bit more of an intro, which is this. Four years have gone by, in the meantime we, well, I’ll say it this way. I remember how you were so enthused about how much you could help people from physical injury. Because with your product we deliver to the tissue a huge amount of oxygen.
EMMA: Yeah, that was. That was the extent of it.
MARTIN: That was the size of it. And so we had people, if you run a marathon, you create a gigantic oxygen deficit. You put yourself into a bathtub with four ounces of Amazing Soak and you recover instead of in one week, in one hour.
EMMA: Exactly. Yeah, that was it. And then with chronic pain and inflammation, able to help with that too.
EMMA: And thought that was like, all of it.
MARTIN:Well, yeah. And it is a miracle in itself, right? Like a person who has fibromyalgia feels all day long as if they ran a marathon yesterday.
EMMA: Exactly. Yeah. And they can replenish the oxygen deficit and stop that inflammatory process, reverse symptoms and have a normal day, week. I mean, it might not even come back. Who knows?
MARTIN: Yeah. So we should still explain, if a person has chronic pain that,
EMMA: Oh, yeah, absolutely. Let me tell you the way it works exactly with the systemic use of the soak. When Amazing Soak goes in the water, it hyper oxygenates it. Okay. But when people hear oxygen, you know, don’t take it literally. It’s an ensemble of bioactive oxygen species that are produced in our body, the mitochondria, and exist in other places. So we have hyper oxygenation there. Now our body, which doesn’t have the same amount of oxygen as the water in the tub, creates an imbalance there. So now we have hyper oxygenated water and not that much oxygen in our body, which we are mostly water. That even in the bones there is a lot of water. So what happens is that every system tends to go towards equilibrium. So now in order to equilibrate that, these oxygen molecules start penetrating into the body.
MARTIN: Yeah. You’re describing that we can create this abundance of oxygen. ROS. Reactive oxygen species.
EMMA: Yes. And the reason that it happens is because these molecules are bioidentical. It’s not that you’re going to soak in milk and then milk is going to go through your skin. It doesn’t happen like that. These are bioidentical to the deficit that we have inside our body. So they penetrate naturally and the electrolytes also go with it. So now they are inside the body. Now by ionic diffusion, they’re going to continue to move in all the biological fluids. Okay. And this ionic diffusion, it doesn’t depend on us. I’m embodying my product. It’s not that the molecules are going to go wherever they are. It’s wherever they are needed because the ionic diffusion has to do with the attraction of charges, the ionic attraction. Because I was wondering, well, how is it so effective? Because it goes more where the inflammation is at. What does the region of the body that is attracting and trying to draw oxygen to them. And that’s where that’s how it’s going to be dictated. You know, the movement of the product.
EMMA: That’s pretty much what happens when we soak systemically. And then that has nothing to do with the oxygen that we inhale when we breathe or the oxygen that goes into the hemoglobin. Now, if you are measuring the oxygen with an oximeter, it’s going to increase indirectly. Why? Because now we are supplying the oxygen directly to the interstitial fluid. And the hemoglobin is not discharging as much oxygen because the demand goes down, because we are supplying from another site. And then you’re going to see the oxygen in the blood increasing.
MARTIN: Okay. So to give an example, if I have somebody who’s measuring, I don’t know, 95% oxygen perfusion when they put it on their finger. I put their feet in a foot soak with a tablespoon of Amazing Soak. Inside of 20 minutes, they will be absorbing more oxygen and their perfusion should improve, right?
EMMA: Yeah. With their feet, I don’t want to quote it because I don’t know how much is going to be impacting the oximeter. But I had people going into the top with 80, 77 oxygen saturation levels, and they soak for 20 minutes and it’s 98, 99.
MARTIN: Right on. Yeah.
EMMA: Yeah. I mean, for sure it’s going to increase with the with the feet, but also depends how much, you know, it relies,
MARTIN: We should know that I’ve been doing this for 25 years. When you make a foot soak, the lymphatic system picks it up and the lymphatic pump drives it inside of,
EMMA: Yes. It’s just that I haven’t measured the foot, but I’ll tell you what, I had elderly people that soak their feet and they get more alert within five minutes. They start being more into it because they are better oxygenated.
MARTIN: Right on. Exactly.
MARTIN: So this is the basic science of the, well, the complicated science of all the different oxygen species. That it’s not oxygen, the stuff you breathe, it is the oxygen,
EMMA: Dissolved oxygen ions. Yes. And so this is the explanation of how it happens systemically when you do a body soak, and also, when you do body parts soak and all that, it happens the same way. And even when you do wet compresses, you always need to make sure that you have that wet bridge that allows the molecules to penetrate into the body.
MARTIN: Yeah. Has to go through the skin. So.
MARTIN: What I would like to say here is that the chemical that you’re using, it’s not a real secret because the EPA has authorized it. Right. Like we understand what this is. It has a name, I think it’s called Fulton Chloride Blend or something like that.
EMMA: Yeah. You know, there are a few health hacking chemicals that come from the water treatment world. Because of the same concept, that we are mostly water. So it makes sense that if we know that those products that are good for purifying and elevating the energy in the water are going to also do something good for our health. Okay. Chlorine dioxide is one of them. Ozone is one of them. They started I mean, they still are in the water treatment world, but they also have applications for health. So we are kind of in that same category. Now, relative to structured water, which I hear a lot, but nobody has a really good definition, redox water, all of the above. What I can tell you is that we energize the water, so the water is the solvent that holds the biochemical reactions in the body. And when you start with the higher energy level in that water as opposed to dead water. That same proportion is going to improve the metabolic activity that is relying on the biochemical reactions in that water.
MARTIN: Right. So we have the combination of the medium and the solvent and the whatever solute. Right.
EMMA: Yeah. So all that like when you improve the redox level of the water, you know, then all the metabolic processes are going to be that much enhanced. Because now you start with better quality water. Yes.
MARTIN: Yeah. What I want to address is that people call me and say, well, but this smells like bleach. And or, this smells like a public water pool. And I’m saying, well, yes, but please remember, this is not chlorine. The toxic chlorine. This is not the chlorine gas that you’re smelling. What you’re smelling is hypochlorous acid.
EMMA: Yes. Yes. And the reason that I push for the bleach, because of the oxygen species, they don’t have the bleachy flavor and they don’t smell. When the water reaches a redox saturation level. There is extra energy in the water. Nothing is happening, but there is extra energy. So now the chloride electrolytes that we have in the formula start binding to oxygen. Because there is extra energy in the water, and then they start forming a molecule of hypochlorous acid. Now, when that forms, that tells me that there is enough additional reactivity in this water that you prepared that when you inhale it, you know, or when you drink it, it’s going to be enough to take it further to support you further. Okay. If there is no bleach smell, it’s still going to work. I just don’t know how much. But I know when it has the bleachy taste to it that there is extra and then it’s going to take it to get further. Yes.
MARTIN: And what I want to say is that this is not the same thing as drinking tap water that’s been chlorinated.
EMMA: No. In fact, like babies that cannot be bathed in like chlorinated water, or people that don’t drink tap water. They use this to offset the chlorine from the tap water.
MARTIN: Even, so it neutralizes it.
EMMA: Exactly. It neutralizes it. Yeah, absolutely. And you know, this is better than drinking water with hydrogen peroxide, that tastes very bad, or,
MARTIN: Hydrogen peroxide, iodine, ozone, oxy-chlor,
EMMA: What is this other one?
EMMA: Yeah. There is another one. That is for laundry. A laundry product that people put, it’s a white powder.
MARTIN: Oh, that would be borax.
EMMA: Borax, yeah. I mean, this doesn’t taste as bad as any of them. Oh, and the other thing is, when you put it in the refrigerator, when you drink it cold, the bleachy flavor goes 50% gone. Because now the taste buds are cold. And they don’t taste that much of the bleach. So that’s what I do. I prepare a gallon, keep it in my fridge and then it’s cold and I don’t mind it.
Note: We asked Emma to share her recipe. She puts 1/2 teaspoon of Amazing O into a gallon of water, and drinks 4 oz in the morning, and 4 oz at bedtime.
MARTIN: Yeah. So you said this just in passing the two magical words, which were, if you inhale it or if you swallow it. What I wanted to say. Do you remember when the Covid hit and you discovered that when you let people inhale this mist of this,
EMMA: Yes. Oh, this was before Covid. So I always had the theory that this should be good for pneumonia. So when I started Amazing Soak, that’s one of the things that I’m thinking of, one day I’m going to try. So when Covid started and people, we all thought that it was like pneumonia. So my dear friend, she had been very sick. I called to check on her and she was on her last leg, pretty much. Shortness of breath, a lot of pain. Couldn’t hold the air, when she was, should have been taken to the hospital. But she said she wouldn’t go to the hospital because everybody was dying. So I went over there, got her in the bathtub, crawling. She couldn’t be standing or she couldn’t walk to the bathroom. We got her into the bathtub, so she was soaking and in the meantime, I was preparing this machine that I had for cleaning the pores of the face. So it was getting you know, it had a mask to get steam on your face. So when she came out, she came out walking and she said, wow, most of my pain is gone. But she still had the shortness of breath. So I prepared like a 5% concentration, pretty strong.
EMMA: She started breathing. It helped her to calm down, she was able to breathe a little easier. So she fell asleep, after like an hour and a half, two hours. I woke her up, had her breathe again, and then she was at that point she was able to hold the breath. And I’m like, okay, you need to do this, you know, tomorrow when you wake up, because at least I knew that she was out of danger. The next day she woke up, she did it again. She did it a total of four times within 24 hours. And she got out of bed, showered, cooked, ate, and that was it. No more, no more, no more Covid. And I’m like, wow, this is great. So I told my kids the same, I’m like, hey, you know, this works. Because my kids wouldn’t believe me. So I had to refer like, it helped somebody else. And so then they started telling their friends, and now we are helping all these people and I thought it was normal. So there was a campaign about showing when people were getting out of Covid because it was the belief that most people were dying. And when they started showing on TV, people recovering from Covid, they had like the path to recovery.
EMMA: And I’m like, what is this path to recovery? So they are not like my people, they were done. No, this is like people they were not going to die, so now they had to recover. And I’m thinking, okay, well, this is not what I’m seeing. I’m seeing a complete resolution. And some people were even better than before getting Covid. Because the thing is, it’s the way that we bypass the inflammation that was on the lungs. Because when the oxygen is ionized, and that’s what the lung alveoli does, it breaks down that molecule of oxygen, ionizes it and delivers it to the hemoglobin. So now, that is not happening. The hemoglobin, I mean, one of my theories, and I’m going to always say “It’s one of my theories.” Because I’m not a doctor, and I don’t have a medical education. But the way I saw it was, the hemoglobin couldn’t drop the iron that it is bound to, because to replace it with an oxygen instead of the iron. So it went around on laps, taking laps. And now we have a high iron concentration, very little oxygen. And now you’re getting the clots because now there is too much iron in the blood and nobody is getting oxygen. So we bypass the whole thing.
MARTIN: And there’s a whole chemistry that describes it. You know, this is the Fe2 versus the Fe3 ion, where one is binding to the oxygen and the other one is not. And,
EMMA: Exactly. So then, now let me see how all these products evolved. So we’re going to go Amazing O-Spray.
MARTIN: Yeah. Okay.
EMMA: Okay. Yes. So. So now we have this and I’m running crazy, loaning all my, anything that is aerosolized. I was talking to people. I’m thinking, there has to be a better way of doing it. And when people would go to the hospitals, the family couldn’t go see them. So that was like jail. They couldn’t bring a humidifier, a diffuser, or anything for them to breathe. So I’m like, man, if they could do something like they can sneak it in, you know, to give it to the people. And I’m expressing this. And one of my kids said, Well, mom, how about a nasal spray? I’m like, how smart was that? So then I started looking for that in the craziness supply chain during Covid.
MARTIN: Yeah. Well, you did find the the nasal injector, which,
EMMA: So that was great. So that’s how Amazing O came about. So now I’m getting feedback. Okay, so Covid started February, March. So this is April, May, allergy season. So people that are using it to prevent Covid, they are telling me they’re not getting allergies. I’m like, really? And I didn’t know about allergies. So that’s how the whole thing with the O-Spray and I couldn’t quite get it, and they said that they love it. Because also I didn’t know that when you use the allergy spray you can only use it once a day because you can’t use it more than once.
MARTIN: Yeah the commercial sprays are mostly steroidal, right?
EMMA: Yes. Yes. So they liked it.
MARTIN: Well, for one thing. So to explain, right. The common medical approach is to try and shut down the histamine response of the immune system. So you’re not dealing with the why or the root cause. All you’re saying is stop it. Right? Like it’s sort of like you have a dog that’s barking and you’re just yelling at the dog, stop it. And then the dog doesn’t stop. You just muzzle his nose.
EMMA: Well, yeah, it’s an exaggerated reaction. So we were able to tame that, equilibrate that is. It acts like a mast cell stabilizer type of thing.
MARTIN: There we go. Yes. When you stabilize the mast cell, which is where the histamine is released, degranulated …
EMMA: Yes. Yes. And that,
MARTIN: When you shut that down, you no longer have the reaction.
EMMA: I have observed a large affinity with mast cells and also explains why sometimes it gets hypersensitive and it feels like burning because it just goes to the mast cells. And these are cells that are designed for fast reaction to external stimuli. So that explains that. And then we have people that the taste and the smell, even the fever was improved by just using the spray, without breathing. So it also had a systemic effect. I have people that use the O-Spray for headaches. They say that it works better for headaches. I’m guessing that it’s more of a sinus tension, headaches. It works better than anti, than the analgesic.
MARTIN: So the issue with the burning in the nose, right?
MARTIN: Like we have had a good number of people indeed report that burning because we had the higher concentration, so you diluted it.
MARTIN: But in the end the solution is, what?
EMMA: I have reformulated it three times. And now each time the percentage of people that report that it’s burning is uncomfortable. It has diminished significantly. And right now, it works for most people. And the thing is, even when it’s hypersensitive for some people, if they sometimes use it a week later, it doesn’t work. Sometimes it burns me in the morning and then in the afternoon it doesn’t burn me. I don’t really know what’s exactly happening. And the funny thing is, the one that I put in the diffuser is more concentrated, like I use in the diffuser a 1% or 2% solution and that doesn’t burn. And even the nasal rinse also doesn’t burn. So it’s just, I don’t know what exactly it is. But it’s not hurting, it passes, it does what it’s supposed to do, and that doesn’t transfer into damage at all.
MARTIN: So let’s just say that even though it may be painful. It’s not damaging.
EMMA: No, no. And then one way of reducing the effect is, if I spray it and I hold it and don’t smear it with oxygen which augments it, then it just passes and that’s it. It just gets a little itchy. I just hold it for 30 seconds. It gets a little itchy and then passes and it doesn’t burn. So then the second thing that happened was, OH Mist. Okay, because now people are wearing masks. I couldn’t stand the masks, the taste of it. I kept changing it. People were breaking out the skin with the mask. And then had this sanitizer, which is a 1% concentration and just made this spray for myself, my family, then started giving it to people and they’re reporting all this. Then my kids started using it for their acne. I have people using it on the skin, on the skull if they get any itchiness. Using it on the skin lesions and then people that were spraying it on the mask, like friends of mine that had to use, they were teaching or just using the mask all the time. They were not breaking out and the skin was improving. So that’s how OH Mist came about. And also as a hand sanitizer, it wasn’t drying the hands like alcohol as much. And then you could use it. You can use it in everything. I have to tell you, I use mist as deodorant. I haven’t used deodorant like real deodorant.
MARTIN: It makes sense because it will. Of course, the underarm smell is caused by bacteria consuming the protein,
EMMA: You control it, yes.
MARTIN: But so here’s an interesting point. You sent me a video some time ago that showed that when you raise the ORP past 650 milliVolt, even E coli dies.
EMMA: Oh, yes.
MARTIN: Right. So, when we Raise the ORP past a certain level, microbes disintegrate. They cannot survive.
EMMA: Yes. I don’t know any microbe that survives above 700 millivolts with my product. I don’t know any.
MARTIN: Right. And the point is that when you spray this mist onto any surface, whether it’s underarm or on my face or on my keyboard or on my telephone or whatever it is that I’m going to touch or the mask, it has the same effect. It wipes out the microbials.
EMMA: There is a clinical study that was done with this spray. It wasn’t done by me. It was done by one of my customers. And they compared, and it was saying, it’s a company I believe, in Arizona. And that’s what they do. I think it’s called clinical studies USA. So they tried this spray against 91% alcohol and it was better at Covid than 91% alcohol.
MARTIN: Right. Which would be on the surface measured, right?
EMMA: That was yes, that was a study they were trying to come up with with a sanitizing spray for hospitals. So they had that study done. Okay, so now we did OH Mist and then after that, we are discovering other uses and I came up with more sizes. That’s how I started, I came in with the two ounces, the eight ounces, the smaller sizes and then for traveling the two ounces, I love it. It travels very well and it’s very handy. So now we are in the summer of 2020 and I got together with my first friend that was going to die, the one that was in very bad shape. And she was telling me like, well, finally they open up the doctor’s offices. And she went to her ophthalmologist just weeks before her annual was going to expire. And the doctor was very surprised because her vision had improved significantly. And I’m like, oh, what happened? She’s like, I had double vision and now I don’t have double vision. He cannot explain it. And I was like, hm, that’s weird. And didn’t say anything because I’m thinking it must have been the product because she had asthma before Covid and she had whooping cough. She had some situations. So after she recovered from Covid, she liked the product, the smell, and she just liked it. And she just had it in her routine. And also, she didn’t want to get Covid again. So she used it for like 3 or 4 weeks, sitting down after dinner and just like breathing it in. So she used it for quite a while. And I’m thinking, I bet it has to do with her using the product. So I started, I went to the store and I was checking ingredients and I was researching and I started formulating. And with the first formula, it felt good. I gave it to a few people.
EMMA: Magic. People were telling me like, oh, this is great. It feels very refreshing. I noticed myself, my eyes were very, very dry. I was using a gel at night to sleep. If I didn’t put in the gel, when I woke up I couldn’t open my eyes. I would like just rub them to get more tears into it, to get it, to lubricate it because they were so dry. And it worked for me and he worked for other people. People that smoked, their eyes got red. I’m like, oh, this is great. So that’s how the Colyrio came.
MARTIN: Yeah, well, you actually have a study. I remember helping you.
EMMA: Yes. Yes. And I’m going to go over that. I just wanted to explain how all the products evolved after Covid because like everybody knows, I’m going to repeat it. I’m not a doctor. I’m a sanitary engineer.
MARTIN: Yeah, let’s just not dismiss your education. You’re a full engineer.
EMMA: I’m a sanitary engineer..
MARTIN: Like you’re just somebody who came off the field with university education with understanding of proper procedure and so on.
EMMA: Yes. Yes.
MARTIN: Just because it doesn’t say medical Doctor, doesn’t mean that you don’t understand how things work.
EMMA: Exactly. Yes, it’s a scientific education. Yes. I’m familiarized with working in the lab and proper procedure and control. Yes. And I worked many years in the pharmaceutical industry with a highly regulated environment. But my point is that we saw results. And then I started reverse engineering and finding an explanation of what I was seeing, and being able to replicate it as well. And in the context of being safe, then that’s how I started developing the products. And the other thing is that because I’m not a medical doctor and profiting from having a practice and clinic and people coming over. The other thing that I keep in mind is, it gives autonomy to people. So my products are a tool and people can use it to have control of their health without having a practitioner in between. So, it is a resource for them to work on their health.
MARTIN: Yeah, it’s self-administered. I just remembered one story that really touched me, which was when you offered it to some people who were using CPAp machine, CPAp, machine breathing machine.
EMMA: Oh the CPAps, yes.
MARTIN: That. And so, normally they would have this little solution to keep the moisture in the lungs and all of that. So you put that same solution into that. I remember the story of this one woman who after three months. Stopped needing to use the CPAp machine because she was restored. Her oxygen improved, her breathing improved and her, I think she had some kind of a congestive disease that went away from the process. Right?
EMMA: Everybody that has been that I know of, that have been adding it to the CPAp, they no longer use the CPAp anymore. Everybody has outgrown the CPAp.
MARTIN: Three months.
EMMA: This one lady, she was pretty much fired from her pulmonologist. She had tried all the medications, all the technologies and steroids and she still had this issue. Within the first week she was able to breathe. She didn’t have all the mucosity; she was more energized. And then she continued to use it. And yes, within three months I think that was it. She no longer used it. And then have this other lady, which she pretty much once a month had to go to the hospital with a crisis. Then they put her on medication. She would get better in two, three weeks and then goes back to the same situation. And within one month she started not needing the CPAp when she would get up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, she wouldn’t put it back on and then within a month she wouldn’t use it altogether. And she told me it’s like, oh, I don’t want to be responsible for this. I didn’t tell you to do that. I was concerned. She’s like, no, I don’t need it anymore. So nobody has, everybody has outgrown the CPAp.
EMMA: Of the people that I know of. It’s not that it’s always going to work like that.
MARTIN: You always have to put a caveat on it. But still, the story is quite encouraging and impressive.
EMMA: Oh, absolutely. We put a load on the product expectations, but it’s not necessarily what it’s doing. The product always works. People ask me, Oh, what if it doesn’t work? You guarantee the product. I don’t. You do. I know you, I don’t guarantee.
MARTIN: I don’t guarantee everything because I don’t need the hassle. The product is not so expensive.
EMMA: It is not at all. It’s not at all, when you see all that it can do. But it is like, I’ll tell you this story and I’m going off order here. I put on some weight during the winter and I’m like, okay, I need to lose weight. And then I’m thinking, I got a thought, how about if I soak more often? Because I know that it improves the metabolism, it improves it. How about if I soak every day? Maybe the metabolism goes back to when I was younger and I had no problem with eating. I could eat whatever I wanted and I never gained weight. So this is like last month, I soaked every day for two weeks. And I also did sauna, just because I was soaking so much. I’m thinking I need to keep, you know.
MARTIN: Tell me about the dosage. So your bathtub is, what, 25 gallons of water?
EMMA: Well, half to two thirds. Half of my standard tub. And I just put two ounces. Two ounces. And I soak for between 20 to 30 minutes every day. So my 15 day check came and I didn’t lose any weight easily. And I’m thinking it didn’t work. But, you know, no big deal. It was just an experiment. A few weeks went by, and I started thinking back.
EMMA: So this is what happened in those two weeks. So the whole process will take an hour and a half of my time by the time that I set up the tub and then go into the zone and all that, it was about an hour and a half. So it shortened my day by an hour and a half. In those two weeks, I accomplished more things. After dinner, I will go and run errands instead of running errands in the morning and then taking from my productive time, I went twice as much to the gym. I tried a new class that I wanted to try and I never had the energy to try. And I was sleeping better.
EMMA: Okay. So I’m thinking it didn’t work because I wanted to lose weight.
EMMA: But it worked. It was just, the body needed it for something else. So that’s what happened with most people. They have an agenda for the product. Because that’s what they want to see, but it’s not necessarily the way it’s going to work with your body. So it works. It works very good. Now, before doing that, my body was tapping into the energy hierarchy and after dinner I was good for nothing. I would just sit on the couch, don’t talk to me. I’m exhausted because now digestion is taking too much energy. I didn’t have energy for anything else, but when I was soaking regularly, I would have dinner, clean up and I would go run errands. So that’s the difference. Exactly. And who knows what else I slowed down some process there.
MARTIN: But you still have the 20 pounds you wanted to lose.
EMMA: <laugh> Ten. Don’t push it. Yes, still. But you know what? I feel much better now. They’re coming down. But I am at least finishing the classes now. Before I was just too tired to even finish.
MARTIN: All right. Ok. So, what else to say? Well, I’m reminded of so many examples. Like, one of them was a fellow that was in the long Covid, like he was bedridden. He could not get up. Right. And I remember the story where he started doing the inhalations. And it should be explained, right? Like you create this 2% solution, put it into a nebulizer, inhale it for 15 minutes.
EMMA: Yes, well I use 3% during Covid. People anguish about the dosages and it’s not such a big deal. The thing is I will prepare it for my friend. You like this one? How about this one? Oh, this one is better. Okay, can you breathe? Well, that’s the dosage. That’s what it was. And then 15, 20 minutes. That’s because the machine that I had it will run out of water after 15 minutes. So I’m like, okay, 15 minutes, 3%. That’s the Covid formula. That’s how it came about. I had a few incidents and these were quite a few of them, maybe half a dozen of them where people were so weak that they couldn’t sit down to be next to the machine to breathe. And also they were using a diffuser or a room humidifier where they were nearby or next to it, but it was not like holding it like that. And it will hold more volume. So these people, they started breathing. They will relax, they fall asleep breathing it. So they were breathing this solution for 2 or 3 hours, and then they were waking up on the other side like, what happened? So people that were very ill with Covid, they were recovering faster than the people that were not so ill because they were only doing 15 minutes two, three times a day. But these people that were breathing for a few hours, they had like a shock treatment and they were recovering faster.
MARTIN: The example I wanted to use was the sequence of things, because I remember this fellow couldn’t get out of bed. He did the breathing. The next morning he got out of bed and just did household chores and felt okay. On the second day, he went for a walk and on the third day went for a run.
EMMA: Yes. Yes.
MARTIN: I mean this was after weeks, many weeks of being bedridden and completely useless. And in three weeks, I mean three days.
EMMA: Yes that was interesting for me to see with long Covid, how people were in this cycle of not getting any better. And then they were breathing the product and then just coming out of it. So I was wondering how long they were going to go like that? And then in the meantime, now there is poor oxygenation systemically and other things are going to start deteriorating.
MARTIN: Right. Which reminds me, right. Like there’s this concept of lyme and the concept of Epstein-Barr and all of these other viral conditions that are all immunodeficient in a very analogous way to what we’re describing here. And so I would like people to get this idea that, we don’t know what to tell them, but we believe that they should try this, when they have a long term thing that they would call lyme or something.
EMMA: Exactly. Everybody that has, I mean, everybody should use this. Whether it’s two times or whatever, just to hyper oxygenate. Catch up. And everybody that has a chronic situation, they should look into soaking. At the very minimum, and I want to talk about it because it’s so important if there is anything taken from this, it’s the oral hygiene. At the very minimum, they should address oral hygiene and doing a mouthwash and doing a swish. Because that is the root of a lot of chronic problems and it might not be directly connected to what they have, but if your body has to deal with contamination coming from your mouth, now they are competing with trying to get you better.
MARTIN: Right. It puts a very large burden on your immune system. Then it’s easily fixed. I have found that a small volume of water works well for me. Like for me, a teaspoon is about the amount that I want to put in my mouth so I can move it around my mouth really well. So I have used two drops in one teaspoon and just push it around for several minutes, trying to find every pocket that there may be in my mouth around the gums.
EMMA: In the side where it’s the healthy mouth, it’s sealed pretty much. But on the side where you have tar and inflammation, it goes bidirectional. So in the same way that you get that anaerobic bacteria competing with your healthy oral biome, then you also have it penetrating and it can get into your bloodstream.
MARTIN: Oh yeah. It does circulate.
EMMA: Yeah, it does. I want to talk about nitric oxide because it’s something that people need to understand. I’m not an expert in nitric oxide, okay? And I know that it’s important that we have the proper bacteria to help the nitric oxide, but that is just a percentage that is produced there. And I think I read somewhere that it’s 25%. The other 75% is done inside the body. So for one thing, when you have good, adequate oxygenation in your body, it’s going to improve the production of nitric oxide. Because it happens in the presence of oxygen. Okay? So when that improves, you’re going to rely less on the one that is produced in the mouth.
The other thing is, to produce nitric oxide and it’s actually the nitrate from the food to the nitrite and then to the nitric oxide that goes to your stomach. You also need a food source. So if you are not eating food that has nitrates, don’t worry so much about what is being converted because you don’t have the source of the bacteria. And the other thing is, for some people it’s not negotiable. You need to kill all that bad bacteria, wipe it out. It takes 3 to 4 days to build back up. So it’s not a forever thing. It takes 3 to 4 days to regenerate the bacteria that you have before sterilizing your mouth. But you got to wipe out because even for that, healthy bacteria that you need, having anaerobic bacteria and contaminants there is not allowing them to do the job that they are supposed to do.
So for people that have sensitive teeth, any gum disease, people that wear masks, that they are constantly breathing through, mouth breathers, people that snore. People that use the CPAp they need to clean the bacteria in their mouth. That can be a reason. If they don’t know why they don’t feel good, that could be the problem. Or one of the major problems.
MARTIN: And so the practice, just to be clear, would be, two drops into a bit of water and,
EMMA: Yeah, one or two drops into a mouthful of water. That’s all that they need.
MARTIN: And do that once a day, twice a day?
EMMA: I like to do it twice a day. I mean, I don’t worry about nitric oxide at all.
MARTIN: Well yes. Nitric oxide, people may not remember what it’s all about. This has to do everything with your blood pressure regulation. Nitric oxide is involved in flexibility of your arteries, their ability to expand and contract. So if you don’t have enough of that, you have stiff arteries and that leads to high blood pressure. And the other effect it has, of course, is the sexual response. You need to be able to allow engorgement, fluids, blood, whatever. I mean, men who do not maintain an erection usually have a nitric oxide problem.
EMMA: Yes, exactly. So it’s like everything else. For some people it’s important. The portion that happens in the mouth. Okay. And they need to make sure that they have the proper bacteria to help them convert to nitrite and to support the nitric oxide.
MARTIN: Right on. Lovely.
EMMA: So then we have the one for the foot. For the foot, I have notes here. So you talk about how important it is. The foot is very neglected. It doesn’t have a good circulation. It doesn’t have good oxygenation. And it helps a lot to do a foot bath because it helps to detach contaminants from the foot. I mean, I’ve seen people that start doing foot soaks and their skin looks like 20 years younger.
EMMA: Yes it gets hydrated. Because one of the things that amazing soak does is to promote regeneration of new cells.
EMMA: So that is really good for the foot. It’s not, I’m going to repeat it. It’s not for fungal infections on the toe. That is, that is more profound. That is more of a systemic problem.
MARTIN: So you figure you dropping the Amazing Soak onto the toes is not strong enough?
EMMA: No, no. That is not going to work like that.
MARTIN: What about doing it systematically? So what if I swallow 10-20 drops of the Amazing Soak every day for, ongoing.
EMMA: You know, fungi are very resilient, and they thrive on the same thing that we thrive.
EMMA: So in order to eradicate fungus, it’s going to be putting a toll on us. Amazing Soak won’t do that. We can support other things. We can help with parasites. But fungus I haven’t seen much. Yeah, I haven’t seen much with fungus. So this one, it’s a son of one of my friends, and it was a soccer practice. [showing an image of sprained ankle] So he had an ankle sprain, and they were in a hotel. It was an out of town practice, and she had Amazing Soak with her. So she soaked in the waste basket container in the hotel. That’s all they had there. And look at the picture of the ankle, it’s completely down. And then there is one that is knee inflammation. [showing an image of a swollen knee] So the ankle was soaking the knee inflammation. That one was with a wet wrap. Okay so this lady, she just had knee surgery three days prior. It was all inflamed.
MARTIN: It looked like a bucket of,
EMMA: Yeah. I wrapped a saturated rag with the Amazing Soak about a 1.5% solution. And that was 20 minutes later, how the inflammation went down.
MARTIN: That’s incredible.
EMMA: I know, yes. It’s pretty unbelievable. So we talked about how people were recovering from Covid and how good it is with the CPAp and all that. So the blue flames, that’s the normal flames of the stove. Okay. Now, a diffuser was turned on in the adjacent room.
EMMA: Maybe half an hour later, they turn on the flames again to cook something. And then there are red flames. And they were wondering,
MARTIN: Maybe there’s not as much oxygen present, right?
EMMA: No, there is too much.
EMMA: So what happens is the gas is graded to interact with the air and then the proper ratio. So now, when there was too much oxygen, the ratio was off. So it shows inefficient burning. That’s why it shows the red. So when somebody has that, the technician comes and adjusts it to the proper ratio with the amount of oxygen present in the air. So the amount of ionized oxygen which was in the other room increased the oxygen level in the air to the point where the flame couldn’t keep up with it and it was showing inefficient burning. And that happens, this happened to be in the adjacent room. That happens even in two story houses where they are running the humidifier in the bedroom. And then when they wake up in the morning to put their coffee on, the flames are red. So that’s a good visual, so people see how effective it is when they’re breathing this and the amount of ionized oxygen that they’re taking in. And the word ionized is important because it means that it will transfer into the body and into the body fluids without having to be an expense of energy and without having to go through the process of respiration, which makes it more effective. And gets to the cell in a larger amount.
MARTIN: Right on.
EMMA: Okay. So with the oral hygiene, I do about five minutes. I hold it. Not every day. Okay. Every so often I just do five minutes just to make sure if I have anything that can penetrate the gums. I have a case, this lady purchased Amazing Soak for her horse that was going to be put to sleep because he had an infection that was getting to the bones. So she soaked the leg of the horse and it worked very well. And then the husband had been dealing with this pain. And of course, now it’s Friday, they can’t see him until Monday. And then he says, well, why don’t you give me some of what you gave to the horse? Because if you treated the infection in the horse, maybe it can help with my root canal. So it was to the point that Monday morning he said maybe I should cancel, because it wasn’t hurting anymore. And I had other situations like that with people with a really bad toothache. And then they soak and hold it and it penetrates the gum, the root of the tooth and it eases the pain.
MARTIN: It kills the infection, which, of course is why you’re hurting. Right.
EMMA: So let’s talk about ingesting Amazing Soak. Or Amazing O, so Amazing O is just a little bit more concentrated. And it’s in a fancier container with a dropper. So it makes it easy for when you are using drops, that’s all it is. But the smaller size of Amazing Soak, it will also do. Even though it’s a little bit more diluted but you can use it, the exact dose is not that important. Okay so when I’m talking about Amazing Soak, that also applies for Amazing O. So the ingestion was actually the first way in that I used this product for health. I had been living overseas, I had parasites, and that’s how I started taking Amazing O. I’m going to say amazing because it was in a dropper with water. I was taking it quite a bit for a week and then saw that it was, it got rid of the parasite, but then saw that my energy was better. So I continued taking it for two weeks. My sugar cravings were gone. My health was better.
MARTIN: And what was the dosage?
EMMA: That was quite a bit. That was about ten drops in a glass of water. And I was taking it like twice a day.
MARTIN: Twice a day.
EMMA: Because it was for parasites. And then I started taking it for about two weeks. And then I said, you know, I cannot be taking this much. It’s too bleachy. But I think that if I take more, it’s going to benefit. So I was taking about five, 4 or 5 drops in a glass of water every day for seven months. And I had some viral infections. When I would get stressed out, I would get these patches on my skin. I think I showed you pictures of that. I will get it on my belly, on my waist. They were like a dry patch of skin and they would get very itchy. Those disappeared. I had Raynaud’s syndrome or Raynaud’s phenomenon, which is a condition where when you are exposed to cold, the body protects itself by not controlling the blood that goes to your fingers or to your toes. And then they will get poor circulation and they will get purple, they will hurt. So that went away. And I live in Chicago, and it was the first time since I moved here, probably 20 some years before that I was able to enjoy the winter because before it would be very uncomfortable, very painful. Also a huge one was that my basal temperature increased before I would get cold very, very easily. And with this, after doing that, after the seven months, and the reason was seven months is it came with my annual checkup and I had a thorough panel of testing. Just checking everything and everything was perfect and then I said, okay, I don’t need to do this anymore. And that’s when I stopped.
MARTIN: And so, just to be clear again. This was 5 drops in a glass twice a day.
EMMA: Yes, but I don’t know if that is enough, that much suffering. The only reason I did five drops was because I started adding and adding. And then at the sixth drop, I’m thinking, oh, this, this is too much. So I just put it to five drops. But I think I have on the recipe, which we’re going to show, two drops in a glass of water long term is plenty.
EMMA: Yeah. I really didn’t need to be suffering that much, I don’t think. You know, But again, how can we measure what the body does with this oxygen? We don’t measure it. The only thing is I knew that the bleachier the taste, the more extra product I was going to have to do whatever it was supposed to be doing. Yeah, that was so.
MARTIN: All right.
EMMA: So when you ingest it, this is what it does. So the first thing that it does is, it’s going to eradicate any infection that you have. So people that have H. Pylori, people that have any infection, okay. It’s going to address that.
MARTIN: The magical letters SIBO
EMMA: You know, most infections in the stomach are asymptomatic.
MARTIN: Yes, true.
EMMA: Okay. So people might have an infection that they’re asymptomatic, but then they have issues maintaining a good biome. Or they might have other issues with absorbing nutrients. So we address infections. We eliminate inflammation in the lining of the stomach. That is a very, very big one because when the inflammation is present, okay so now we’re talking about people who might have an infection they don’t know about. They don’t see symptoms. There is inflammation because of infection and other things going on. So now the valve that pumps the digestive enzymes, they are not working so properly because there is inflammation.
EMMA: And other things that are not working properly. Food is not getting digested all the way.
EMMA: So the body is not able to absorb the nutrients because they are not degraded. They are not broken down in the simplest form. Anybody that has digestive issues, that has diarrhea, constipation, anything related, that has a sensitive stomach. They should try this. They should try this, address inflammation. When the inflammation is under control and also the biofilm, it’s going to eliminate the biofilm. When the inflammation is under control and then people start absorbing better, their energy is going to go up. The other thing is, that we’re going to help break down contaminants that are lingering in the stomach. So less contaminants are carrying on to the blood. And the blood is going to be able to increase their capacity to carry oxygen. And if you have inflammation in your stomach, then you have a leaky stomach that is going to allow you to pass things that are not supposed to be passing. And now the blood is going to have more contamination because it’s going to be invaded by these things.
EMMA: The thing with ingesting it, and this is one of the things that is really good with the soak, the systemic soak. That most people can see results very fast and people like it. They have been having chronic problems for ten years, whatever. They have gone to 20 doctors, but they want Amazing Soak to work right away. And many times we deliver that expectation. With the stomach, it takes a little longer. It’s not so obvious. So people need to stick with it a little bit to start seeing results.
EMMA: I show you all of the results that happened with me in the long term improvement of my health, but it took seven months.
MARTIN: Yeah, I would like to address the concern. Somebody asked me, Well, does it not kill the microbes? You just told me it kills microbes. So what does it kill when I ingest it?
EMMA: The microbes in the stomach. It doesn’t get to the biome in your gut. Oxygen doesn’t last that long. It doesn’t carry on to your gut.
MARTIN: All right. Okay.
EMMA: It will address infections in the stomach.
MARTIN: Not beyond.
EMMA: Not beyond the stomach, no. Not beyond the stomach. No. I mean, it’s going to help your biome, because if you have an infection in your stomach that is also affecting your biome.
MARTIN: Of course. Yeah.
EMMA: So when you are eradicating that, then the healthier bacteria in your biome is going to be able to recuperate better to bring to a proper balance.
MARTIN: Very good.
EMMA: We are an oxygenating solution and we can deliver hydroxyl radicals and that’s considered like a bad boy. A red light around a blue molecule. Actually those are HeLa cells. I don’t know if you know about the HeLa cells, but what I want them to see is that hydroxyl radical is just light. It’s energy. Okay. They are very, very small. They were just able to identify them, I think less than 30 years ago. With these translucent markers. So they are just light. It’s just energy and that’s what it is. And the other one shows a different group of cells. And the hydroxyl radicals are the red light. And what happens with the hydroxyl radicals is that it is the only oxygen species, for which the body has no counterpart. Because it’s the highest energy level. So when the hydroxyl radical is called for action, that was the last resort of the mitochondria. Everything else has failed. So the bad rep about it is that whenever there is oxidative stress, a chronic inflammation situation, or dysfunction, they can identify the presence of the hydroxyl radicals. So it said, okay, if there is no hydroxyl radical, we don’t have this bad situation present. But what they’re finding out now is that maybe the role of the hydroxyl radicals was helping in that situation and not being the bad boy. Just because there is not an enzymatic, an enzyme that can counteract the hydroxyl radical. Doesn’t mean that it has to be eliminated. Anyhow, you see the one with the red light. Okay.
MARTIN: This is the one, the hydroxyl O-H as opposed to O-H minus.
EMMA: Exactly. So I believe that one way in that we help with chronic inflammation is, so the chronic inflammation. Let me say inflammation and chronic inflammation. Inflammation is the natural immune response, which is very good because it protects us. So now, chronic inflammation is when that inflammation doesn’t resolve and then it stays and there is a situation of oxidative stress, which is too many oxidants and not enough antioxidants. Okay, but the oxidants are trying to go after something that is attacking us. So with chronic inflammation, the cause of the inflammation is no longer, it might not even longer be present. There is a situation of this function where it doesn’t go back to normal and it starts affecting other functionalities. And inflammation, we identify with swelling, but that’s only one of the symptoms. It could be pain, it could be,
MARTIN: Well you have redness, swelling, pain, heat, and loss of function.
EMMA: And then it could be loss of function. Yes. And the other thing that it can be is adaptation. So Amazing-Soak is going to eliminate chronic inflammation. Because we are an equilibrating agent and we’re going to restore homeostasis. Now, people need to understand that dysfunction is not the same as homeostasis, okay? There could be a dysfunctional cell, but if it is in equilibrium, we no longer can help with that situation. It’s not reversible. For example, there has not been adequate oxygenation in this body for a while. The process of converting energy went from aerobic to an anaerobic form. Aerobic is much more efficient, but there wasn’t enough oxygen, so they started using glucose without oxygen to convert to ATP and do the functions. Now, those cells might just have changed and adapted their metabolism to an anaerobic way of producing energy. So now the person comes and let’s call it cancer, just to give it a name. Now the person comes and soaks. And a lot of other chronic inflammatory processes reverse. Because now there is plenty of oxygen. But that one, it’s not out of equilibrium. It found a way around when there was not enough oxygen. And it has a different way of converting to energy and it’s not reversing back even if there is plenty of oxygen. That’s why it’s called metabolic inflexibility.
EMMA: So some things we might not be able to reverse because the body adapted to when there was not enough oxygen or whatever other situation. So I just want to make a distinction between a dysfunctional mitochondria and a cell that is not in equilibrium. We restored the redox equilibrium. Okay, and most of the time that comes with a dysfunction, but a dysfunction could also be an equilibrium.
MARTIN: Right on.
EMMA: So let’s talk about, you get the two ounce bottle delivered to your house, ship under $30. Done. Now, with one little bottle of two ounces, you prepared a gallon of oral hygiene. So this person, they don’t think that they have a problem that they are aware of. You know what, I have some tooth sensitivity. It’s better that I address that. And sometimes, you know, my digestion is not too good. But overall, they consider themselves healthy. So with one two ounces, they’re able to prepare one gallon of mouth hygiene, which is going to last them over a month or two months, depending how much they use for their mouthwash. They’re going to be doing digestive support. Okay. So they’re going to be addressing any infection that they have in the stomach. They’re going to be doing inhalations, improving. One thing I want to say is. as bad as the food could be with the contaminants and spraying insecticides and the water that has contaminants, whatever, most of the contaminants are in the air. So we are always, always going to be needing to detox and to be addressing and helping the body to deal with contaminations. Because as long as you’re alive and breathing, you’re going to be getting contaminants.
MARTIN: And so would you suggest that then inhaling the mist is a good idea, frequently?
EMMA: Yes. It’s a very good idea. Every so often inhaling is a very good idea. I think I heard that it was 64% of the contaminants are airborne. They come from the air. So a sinus rinse, a hand soak. So a hand soak is, some people they have like arthritis, they have the hands that bother them. And then they like to soak the hands and that helps a lot. So a facial mist, this person sometimes gets pimples, whatever. The multi-purpose, that’s what I use for the deodorant and the foot soak. So look at all this. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight applications with one small ounce, with a two ounce container of Amazing Soak.
The other one is eight ounces. So what can we do with eight ounces? So this person, probably got Covid is not quite back to normal, overall okay. So they think can benefit from using it. So they got an eight ounces. The same, they can do the oral hygiene, inhalation, digestion, sinus rinse, facial mist, foot soak, and now they’re able to do two soaks. Which I call the first one oxygenating soak, because I feel that the first soak is going to go to replenish the oxygen deficit overall. And then it’s going to help kind of boost the metabolic system. When you do the second soak, that’s when things start happening.
EMMA: The body, the first one was more of a little bit of catching up. The second one, now the body is more ready to heal and to address some chronic situations. Okay so that’s what it shows here. And then with the third one, the 16oz, so this person knows that they have a problem. That they have been dealing with the chronic situation and they probably are waiting for an appointment with a specialist. They probably don’t even know which specialist to go. This is so good to remove noise. Okay, so this person is not feeling well. If they do this with one bottle of [counting] Sixteen uses, it’s not 16 uses it’s 16 applications. Four of them are preparing a gallon size, which is going to last them a few months. So if they take one bottle of Amazing Soak 16oz and they do all of this, I guarantee you that a lot of the symptoms that they have are going to go away. And the ones that are still lingering, they will know which doctor to go and maybe the regular doctor can help them without them having to go to a specialist, because now there is a lot of noise that is being eliminated.
EMMA: So I see this as a tool for people to streamline and kind of remove like, okay, this is what I need to deal with. And it’s going to be much easier when you show up to a doctor after having done this than going in the beginning with a lot going on. So when you talk about somebody’s going to get this 16oz, $100, how much is probably three doctors appointments by the time that they clear some of the things and having to purchase supplements?
MARTIN: Well, we don’t have a problem justifying the value of the product. It’s never been an issue.
EMMA: Oh yes. But some people, they say, well, why is it so expensive? And it’s like, what do you call expensive?
MARTIN: Well, expensive is relative. Right? To somebody who doesn’t have $20 to buy groceries. This is expensive, but I hope most people can find the money.
EMMA: Right. Yes. People say, why is it that price? Because they see the ingredients. It’s like, this is salty water. I don’t elaborate. It’s like, fine, they buy it. And then they call me and they say, you should charge more.
MARTIN: Because the effect is so profound.
EMMA: Because of the effect of it. Yes, you should charge more. Why is it so inexpensive? 100% of the time you should charge more.
MARTIN: Yeah. We contemplated it.
EMMA: But I mean, the thing is that they have tried so many things that don’t work. I get it. And then they said, okay, this is going to be one more thing. You are not giving me a guarantee that it’s going to work. And they have a cabinet full of things that didn’t work. And that’s what happens. The other thing is when they use this for digestive support, they’re going to start having a better response to the supplements. Because they’re going to be able to digest it better.
EMMA: Okay. So now let’s touch on the Amazing Colyrio.
EMMA: We leave the last one for the end. So I said how the amazing Colyrio came about. I researched, I have probably, I don’t know, close to 50 people using it. Then they wanted more. At that point, I have been doing some research, the market research, and it didn’t justify the cost of making it competing with the market. So that’s when I called you and said, hey, people keep wanting these. I really need to justify that it’s more than just dry eyes. Can we get some people with serious chronic eye problems? And that’s when we get that email that I got like 300.
MARTIN: Solicited about 200 people to,
EMMA: Yes, more. It was crazy. I was hoping like maybe a dozen or two dozen people because who was going to put a drop in their eye of something that wasn’t even, that we were testing. But that’s how desperate people are. These people have tried everything, and I looked for the sickest among the sick. It’s like everybody here had a real problem. And so we did it for two weeks because I didn’t need more than that. We don’t cure or prevent diseases. So I just needed to show that it was going to be acting faster and getting similar results to the more expensive drugs. So I can justify a price that makes sense for me to make it. And we were blown away. So we had, for example, severe eye dryness. In the two weeks we had 80% improvement which I believe is how much percentage drug needs to go into the market. Isn’t it like 30% improvement?
MARTIN: Yes. Like that.
EMMA: Yes, just about. So that was a big one. Floaters, it was 69% improvement. Keep in mind that this was not a formal clinical trial. This was an anecdotal trial. People had the drugs in their homes, they used it twice a day. I had no control. So that is a variety of situations that we’re not out of my control. And having these high results was huge because it was not a controlled study, it was huge. For night vision, the improvement was 78%. I had one of those, I had poor night vision and now I didn’t need to wear glasses to drive at night. So the other thing that surprised me with these results that you are seeing there, is that many of them were over 100% and I thought that it was an error in the calculation. Now, this Google form, so people understand I don’t have a way of manipulating the data. Google captures the data from the people’s emails and then they come and I can, and then I just get the summary. So I don’t have a way of changing the numbers. And I didn’t understand why it was over 100%. And then I saw that it was that people did not report that as a problem in the beginning, but they reported improvement at the end of the study. So it was either that they didn’t think about it or that they didn’t think that the drops were going to help with that particular problem. For example, bulging eyes, it had 150% improvement because some people said, well, how is this going to help with bulging eyes? So in this one, you can see the muscles in the back of the eye glow.
EMMA: With bulging eyes, there is inflammation in those muscles and then it pushes the globe out. So Amazing Colyrio penetrates. And I’ll tell you, one of the reasons that eye drops are so effective is that it is the one product that goes directly into body fluid. So it is very, very effective. Like transdermal oxygenation, it has to go through the skin and all the other applications, the ones that you ingest, it has to go through the stomach. With the Colyrio, the drop goes directly on the tears and in the body fluids. So it’s extremely effective. So then the amazing Colyrio went behind the eye globe, resolved that inflammation, and then the eye globe was able to sit back a little bit and the bulging improved. The other thing that shows in this image is the blood vessels inside the eye. And this is a space which is full of fluid. So when there is not enough oxygen that comes from the tears, those vessels, they get closer to the surface to be able to try to take more oxygen. So this is one reason also that we help so much because we increase the oxygenation in the tears and then the oxygen is able to penetrate better. And then the red eye is eliminated and the vessels go back to where they are supposed to be. They are not reaching out.
MARTIN: This is not just improved. This is just,
EMMA: This is eliminated. Right. Because when they have to deal with an active inflammatory process and the drops stop the process, they are going to be eliminated.
MARTIN: But the main point here is that by increasing the oxygenation in the eye, we are dealing with the issues of every inflammatory process.
EMMA: Well the thing is that it has not been so obvious for some of the issues that they have to do with inflammation. So what we are showing here is, like one of the ones that I was surprised about was thick tears and the blocked meibomian glands. Those also had a high percentage of improvement and I didn’t know that it was going to be affected, you know, the impact was so positive with that. But because we fixed the biochemistry of the tears, then that was able to correct itself.
MARTIN: Mhmm, yes. But what surprised me the most was the intraocular pressure, the glaucoma problem.
EMMA: Yes. Oh, the other thing is, I had people emailing me months after the study saying that when they will go back to their doctors, they had improvements with the macular degeneration and the retina issues. They had improvements with that too. Where those were long term, we didn’t go long term with the study.
MARTIN: Yes. This will be a long term process. Yeah, you can’t expect one bottle to fix it. But if you stay with it for six months, because this will continually undo wear and tear that you have created.
EMMA: I didn’t know the guy, and he was very uncomfortable. He had a head cap. He took it off and then I saw the redness and he was obviously uncomfortable and I said, does it hurt? He says, yeah, it kind of burns, but I’ve learned not to scratch it because it makes it worse. So I said, well, I have something, let me try this. So I had Oh Mist in my purse. I always keep it. I sprayed it, and he told me after ten minutes, he’s like, wow, you know, it feels calmer.
EMMA: And he put the cap on and went on his way and I didn’t see the guy again. So the next day I get a phone call, we were on a boat together with the owner of the boat and I said, hey, this guy that you sprayed something on, he called me. He wants to find you. He told me that he couldn’t believe this morning how good his forehead was. So I was like, oh, wow. So I sent him. I said, send him this picture that I took of him yesterday and asked him to try to take it from the same angle so I can see the difference. So that’s the second picture that he sent me. And of course, he became a customer after that.
And then I have the one for the femur surgery. So this guy had a bad femur intervention there, a big wound. And this one was with a wet compress, so he had to ice the leg every day. So then I said okay, when you ice it just soak the towel with the solution and then put the ice on top so it will penetrate. So you see in a week how much it improved. The doctors and the nurses couldn’t believe it.
MARTIN: Yeah all the bruising and the hematomas and,
EMMA: Yes. Yes.
MARTIN: There is a lot you can do with it. And of course every place on the body or in the body and every surface can be improved. So of course, the intimate areas are something that people don’t like to talk about. But I will share a story with you that is going to blow your mind. I had a woman call me in tears, crying. She had chronic inflammation on her urethra. She was having to intubate every day, right. Like she would have to put in a catheter. And she hurt and she hurt. And I said, look, take the 2% solution and just spray it right over the business area, right over the urethra, right over the opening. Just open your legs. Spray it on. She called me on the third day in tears saying, I cannot believe it. The pain is gone. The inflammation is gone. I’m comfortable doing it. I have had years of horrendous pain. It’s all gone.
EMMA: Oh, wow. Wow. Yes.
EMMA: I had the same feedback from people with recurrent infections and inflammation. It hurts to go to the bathroom, it hurts to have sex, and they are vaginal, how do you call it? Vaginal,
MARTIN: Is it a douche?
EMMA: Yes. And I have a recipe for that in the chart for using it and then, really really good positive feedback from using it in enemas and colonics. I’ve used it myself in colonics. My technician knows the product well, knows me well, we use it and I haven’t seen her for like 5 or 6 years and when we started using Amazing Soak, it’s day and night. It’s very, very, very effective. And the other thing is, people need to detox. So this is a very good detox support when you are using it systemically. So, this can accelerate the effect of doing it systemically because now you’re improving detox, but people need to detox. Because the systemic effect is going to work as long as the body can get rid of the metabolic waste. And I have some of the recipes for detox. The digestive support is going to help with detox.
MARTIN: All right, Emma, thank you very much for taking the time.
EMMA: Thank you.
MARTIN: First of all, thank you for being so brave as to go there, discover this, release it, work relentlessly. This is a small business. This is not easy. As we all know. I remember the disasters of trying to find the right lid to fit on the right bottle during the shortage of things. And all the bad feedback people would give because they would spill something and then they feel, oh my God! This smells like bleach, I am destroying something. Like we have had very fearful people calling. Just the other day I sent a bottle of Colyrio to somebody who said, it does not have a protective strip around the bottle. I feel uncertain about using it.
MARTIN: But I tell you, I mean, there’s nothing going to survive in that environment.
EMMA: Yeah, well, that’s been an issue. It’s just, when you’re a small producer, it’s not easy to source certain things because they want you to buy 20,000 at a time. And it’s just been a challenge, you know? I mean, I seal the box and it’s not in a store, so it goes from the lab to the customer. So now that I’m doing it, I’m just bagging it. The amazing Colyrio.
MARTIN: Yeah. I understand what you’re doing. What I’m trying to say is that because we’re doing this in a small business style, it takes a lot of energy. And I want to applaud you for just doing it. Because it’s,
EMMA: Yeah, well, you know, it’s helping people. I get a lot of satisfaction from doing this.
MARTIN: Yes. All right.
EMMA: I hope that people get to use it and share the testimonials. I mean, you have no idea how much we appreciate those. We learn, other people learn. Your customers are very creative. I mean, I’ve read things that they do with the product and I would have never thought about it. Oh, the other thing that we didn’t mention is, interactions with other supplements. I wanted to say that other than probiotics, I wouldn’t use it, but you can take the digestive support. You can ingest Amazing Soak, wait five minutes, and then you can have your probiotics. I have tested Amazing Soak with Carbon-60. They don’t counteract each other. And when you take them together, I found it to work better. A lot better. I’ve taken it with Vitamin C. I found that the vitamin C works a lot better when you take it with water, with Amazing Soak or Amazing O. And some people, they cannot get past the bleachy taste. And what they settle for is, they just put it in their tea in the morning. And even those people they find benefit from it, which I think is because it is going to help them to absorb the nutrients from the herbs better. So, you know, just because something is an antioxidant doesn’t mean that we’re going to neutralize it. Because an antioxidant plays a role when that substance is inside the body. So if we can be together without affecting each other and then when the body needs the antioxidant it’s there to use it. I haven’t really seen much of taking Amazing Soak and neutralizing antioxidants. I haven’t seen that.
MARTIN: Yeah that’s actually quite incredible because the other popular product that’s known as MMS, or the Oxychlor, they tell you that if you take it and take too much, the antidote is to take vitamin C.
EMMA: Oh, I see.
MARTIN: In your case, you can say clearly. Oh, no, you can take it with vitamin C. You can take it with methylene blue. You can take it with whatever else you want to take.
EMMA: Yeah. There are two products in the market that combine this technology with vitamin C and it’s to enhance the effect of vitamin C.
MARTIN: Great. This has been Emma Flanagan and her amazing products. And this is Martin Pytela for Life Enthusiast podcast. You can find us at life-enthusiast.com and by phone at (866) 543-3388. Thank you.