Bioxyte Intranasal: Upper Respiratory, Sinus, Ear Infections

Bioxyte Intranasal Disinfection Mode

  • Infections: Upper Respiratory, Sinus, Ear
  • Path: Olfactory Receptors

Signs & Symptoms:

These two conditions; Upper Respiratory infections, and Sinus Infection, run their course contiguously more often than not.

And more often than not, these same patient suffer from Otitis Media; Middle Ear Infections, sleep apnea, imsomnia

A patient with CHRONIC UPPER RESPIRATORY SINUS INFECTION, is also “victim” of a multi-number of symptoms, that range from MIGRAINE HEADACHES, BEHAVIORAL DISTURBANCES, INSOMNIA, IRRITABILITY, ADRENAL DISORDERS (Triggered by stress!), to DEPRESSION, SUDDEN ANXIETY ATTACKS, etc.

As these maladies where not enough, SLEEP APNEA is also present in an elevated percentage of patients. (Almost all of them…)

Pathopysiology:

In order is to understand where the root of all of these problems lay. More yet, how to successfully treat and resolve these conditions for good!

The illustration of the “human head” (SAGITAL CUT) present a clear view of the location of the “sinus”. Notice their location in reference to the nose and forehead.

In total, the “sinus” that we are concerned with, are three: An UPPER or SUPERIOR CONCHAE, a MEDDIAL CONCHAE, and a VESTIBULAR CONCHAE.

Their combined function is of conditioning and humidifying the air we intake, prior to entering the bronchus and the lungs.

All air inside of these system is warmed up, and allow to pick-up moisture. It is also check, by exposure to certain cells (Dendritic Cells), for virus, bacteria, pollutants, fungus, etc.

Dendritic Cells belong to the IMMUNE SYSTEM. Once the Immune System can no longer “control” the constant bombardment with toxic, poisonous, infected molecules, day after day, it break down, and an INFECTION take a strong hold of the UPPER RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.

Later on, and after several “rounds” of PETROCHEMICAL ANTIBIOTICS, the un-resolved infection can be said, become “CHRONIC SINUS INFECTION”.

These type of infections diminish considerably the QUALITY OF LIFE of millions and millions of people. Not just in our Country, but worldwide as well. It is so crippling that “demands” a form of “life adaptation” to barely survive.

With time, up to severe behavioral changes are often recorded from patients of these forms infections. And there are well founded reasons for that, and more.

Returning to the illustration of the human head, observe the enlarged “window” area, and its location in reference with the FRONTAL LOBE OF THE HUMAN BRAIN.

Notice that embedded in a scarce 1/8” of an inch layer of mucus (normal conditions), are the terminal ends (dendrites) of the very OLFACTORY NERVE.

Observe that the Olfactory Nerve ascends, and penetrate a very thin and porous (1/8” thick), barrier-bone, upon which the FRONTAL LOBE of the brain rest.

The “bundles” of OLFACTORY NEURONS (Olfactory tract) culminate embedded in the Frontal Lobe itself (See Video).

Once the infection “settles” deep into the Superior Conchae (Refer to video), and after repeated unsuccessful antibiotics regimes, the infection more than proves to be VIRAL IN NATURE.

Typical of several virus (All?) is to “hide” under the mayelid sheath that cover the axon of all neurons.

Mayelid is very much like the insulation you see covering all electrical wires. It is designed to insulate from the outside.

Consequently virtually impossible to be penetrated , and/or be reached by an external agent.

Viral presence within the human body is counteracted with INFLAMMATION, and a RISE OF TEMPERATURE. ALSO WITH PUTREFACTION AND DECOMPOSITION.

THESE DISTURBANCES ARE LIKEABLE TO PROPAGATE THROUGHOUT SOMETHING INFECTED, DIRECTLY CONNECTED WITH THE FRONTAL LOBE OF OUR BRAINS.

Because of the PHYTOAGENTS FORMULATED IN BIOXYTE, disinfection and sanitation is now a simple protocol away.

John

John Clarke is a professional and experienced content creator based in Sydney, Australia. He works as the editorial manager in TIME Magazine and as a contributor at dns323.com

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