An Oxygen Cocktail is a delicious foam made of virtually any kind of drink (juice, milk, herbal extract, iced tea etc.) made of pure oxygen bubbles.

As soon as the Oxygen Cocktail enters the intestines the oxygen from the cocktail quickly adsorbs into the blood stream stimulating  blood circulation, the immune system and metabolism.

Oxygen Cocktail can help you:

  • Lose weight
  • Stimulate the immune system
  • Stimulate metabolism
  • With respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous system diseases.
  • Improve the sleep.
  • Reduce fatigue
  • Stimulate blood circulation

The oxygen cocktail was developed in the 1960s by the Russian academician N. N. Sirotinin. While researching the respiratory function of the stomach and the possibility of filling the body with oxygen through the digestive tract, Soviet doctors put probes into the patients’ stomachs, through which the body could be filled with up to 2 liters of oxygen.

Although the condition of the patients improved considerably, this method had to be abandoned because of discomfort caused by the probes.

In an alternative treatment, a foam-forming liquid was filled with oxygen and transferred to the patient’s mouth via a tube. Later, researches suggested adding the oxygen foam into food or drink. Such oxygen-enriched drinks received the name “oxygen cocktail” and were produced in sanatoriums and clinics.

Since the 1970s, the method of making such drinks has undergone almost no changes, but the foam-forming ingredients and the ways of filling the cocktails with oxygen have been improved.

Juices (grape, cherry, raspberry, etc.), syrups, water, milk and fruit-drinks are often used as the base of the cocktail. Oily and sparkling liquids result in poor homogeneity of the foam. The base liquid might contain extracts of plants and herbs such as hawthorn, strawflower, motherwort and rose hip, which themselves are used in the clinical practices.