Sometimes your life takes a turn from a dream into a nightmare in a few seconds. Your heart seems to jump out of your chest when you hear words from other people saying: “time will solve it” or “every cloud has a silver lining” or “one day will you understand what life wanted to tell you”. When I got sick I was diagnosed with final stage cancer. Hardly any hope – that was the answer after all the examinations. But when you fight for yourself there are only two options. I chose the more difficult one but I have been like that all my life.
After a year and a half of standard treatment combined with everything I could find, I was healthy. After another year when I felt a little stronger I opened the first Oxyslovakia centre with a set of procedures, which I had tried in the course of my treatment and which had also worked with a person as sick as I was. Breathing 95% oxygen is the main treatment and it is also low in cost. The air we breathe contains only 21% oxygen.
People around me started to tell other people about everything that I had done to take care of my health during treatment and also after the treatment. These people then started to visit Oxywater Slovakia to inhale oxygen as a preventative treatment. After another year I realised what “life wanted to tell me” really meant and this was “my way”. I often thought how I could bring some of the benefits to my clients who are not able to travel 1 hour a day to visit our centre for treatment. You can be sure that we have harmessed the energy from this much concentrated oxygen with its strong anticeptic properties into an andanced yet modern package using our new available technologies.
From data and academic case studies of Dr. Oto Warburg and Prof. Dr. A. Pakdaman M.D. about the influence of OOT (oral oxygen therapy) supported with personal experience, the journey to develop a new category has been started, to develop oxygenated water, Oxywater.
I got in touch with similarly passionate people from the Czech Republic and after nearly three and a half years of trying, based on trial-and-error we have managed to achieve the our original goal – to create, maintain and sustain as much as 90 mg of oxygen per litre our water and we also have patented it. The owner of the patent is the Czech company called Oxylife, which produces the Slovakian brand Oxywater. Tap water contains approximately 8 – 9 mg/l of oxygen. There is so-called oxygenated water or water which is enriched with oxygen that contain between 9 and 40 mg/l. The challenge to get up to 90 mg/l of oxygen was so natural that whatever we achieved over time (50 or 60 mg/l – the most in the market) we were never satisfied.
The original intention was to bottle our oxygenated water in glass bottles, after all we cannot destroy our invention by using plastic bottles or cans. Plastic was ruled out unequivocally and we were testing glass bottles for a long time. There is no bottle top or technology which could maintain the oxygen level that we were aiming at, in a glass bottle. I understood another cliché “every cloud has a silver lining” when I visited the biggest can factory in the world. Apart from the fact that cans are the No.1 recyclable material in the world and that 60 days after use they are back in circulation again. I was fascinated by the “off taste” technology. This technology consists in covering the inside of a recyclable aluminium can with a harmless food grade varnish and firing the can at a temperature of 240°C.
The most important thing for me is to make sure that the technology is perfect and to see the final inspections with my own eyes to ensure that there is no leakage of aluminium or varnish into Oxywater. There is 90 mg/l of oxygen in fresh water with a low mineral content, which is safe. You can drink it in your car, in a restaurant, together with your coffee or whilst doing sports.
Finaly the last cliché that “time will solve it” was also fulfilled. After a long journey the time came to present Oxywater with 90 mg of oxygen per litre – energy, health and prevention in the most natural way.
Enjoy it daily.
Julianna Hložek Grmannová