Dysaerobic Titration

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Dysaerobic Titration

Background

See the Anaerobic Repair Page for more detail on anaerobic metabolism.

This page provides a specific protocol to restore acute dysaerobic imbalance resulting from acute dysaerobic stress.

Individuals have a very strong dysa imbalance often benefit from a titration. Titration uses a measurement and supplement to adapt dosage. A capillary tube, is needed for this method to measure surface tension.

Flow C is an anti dysaerobic supplement. Revici used up to 100 CC/day for control of acute dysaerobic conditions, and to mediate/recover radiation damage.

Urine Surface Tension

The degree of catabolic imbalance is measurable. Dr. Revici used Urine surface tension to measure elimination of anti-anabolic toxins.

These agents appear in the urine as low surface tension. Low urine surface tension is caused by oxidized (usually chloridated) lipids discarded by the kidneys. Elevated release of these agents telltales degenerative (catabolic) imbalance, and process.

The normal range for daytime surface tension is 67-69 dyn/cm. Inhibited anabolic metabolism presents with elevated flow of "stress-reagents" in urine.

Protocol

Instructions

  1. Get a Urine Surface tension meter
  2. Use it to manage Dosage
  3. Measure surface tension at each urination
  4. And take the following number of droppers
  5. To control Dysaerobic/Catabolic imbalance

Suggested Dosage Table:

Surface Tension
Droppers of Flow C
Weight (lbs)
< 70 lbs
70-175
175+
< 50
5
15
20
< 55
4
10
15
< 60
3
7
10
< 65
2
5
7
< 68
1
3
5

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