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There are several ways that ASEA assists the body in healing. As the world’s first and only exogenous source of Redox Signaling Molecules (RSMs), ASEA helps to replenish our bodies with native microbiological messengers that otherwise diminish as we age.

These special molecules enable our cells and organelles to communicate with each other and with the body’s larger systems. RSMs form the early warning network for cellular damage detection, and also function as the walkie-talkies of cellular replacement and repair.

Without enough RSMs, our bodies do not heal as quickly, and the healing that occurs may be compromised or incomplete. When Redox Signaling Molecules are replenished inside our cells and tissues, the natural process of healing is balanced and restored.

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Another way that ASEA helps assist healing is by endogenous antioxidant activation. Inside our cells, Redox Signaling Molecules play a crucial role in the activation of our antioxidant enzymes. These natural enzymes: glutathione, catalase, and superoxide dismutase (SOD) are vital to free radical control and to the elimination of internal toxins. They also stimulate the immune system and assist the liver with detoxification.

But even these powerful antioxidants are ineffective without a full supply of Redox Signaling Molecules. ASEA has been demonstrated in vitro to increase antioxidant enzyme efficiency by over 500%. When you supplement your body with ASEA you are not only recharging your cellular communication network, but you are also restoring your natural antioxidant activity, thereby further promoting the healing process.

Understanding The Healing Process

So just what is the healing process? At the cellular level healing is the process whereby our bodies identify faulty, damaged, or ailing cells, and repair them if possible or, through a process called apoptosis, instruct them to self-terminate. An average adult loses 50 billion cells per day due to apoptosis.

These dead cells must be replaced with new healthy ones by the process of cell division, or mitosis. When we are young our ability to detect faulty cells and repair or replace them is highly efficient. But as we age, and our stores of Redox Signaling Molecules diminish, the regenerative healing process slows down.

When the healing process is slow or inefficient, unhealthy cells may go undetected and unrepaired. Replication of damaged or unhealthy cells increases the possibility of disease and contributes to the effects of aging. By replenishing our intracellular detection and repair communication network while simultaneously boosting antioxidant efficiency, ASEA helps to enhance or reboot the healing process.

Taking Inventory

Homeostasis is the condition in which things appear to be stable or to maintain a relative balance. Homeostasis can feel like health when you are not in too much pain or distress, but ask yourself this: How am I really doing? How much energy do I have as compared to when I was younger? How quickly do I heal from injury or recover from physical exertion? How is my digestion? My sleep? My stamina? How is my ability to focus and concentrate? How are my joints? How is my skin? Do I have any unresolved allergies or immune issues? How is my physical condition reflected in my mood and mental outlook? Am I as healthy as I would like to be?

When most of us take an honest health inventory it becomes apparent that there is considerable room for improvement. But what happens when a person who is ill, or a half-healthy person in relative homeostasis makes new and positive dietary or lifestyle changes?

And When Your Body Heals…

What happens when we move towards health is that the body can finally begin to make long overdue repairs and eliminate accumulated waste. As we make healthier choices, our bodies begin to heal and detoxify. This is exactly what ASEA helps us to accomplish. So it is normal that after a period using ASEA, a small percentage of people may experience the healing reaction or cleansing reaction that has long been known to occasionally accompany improvements in lifestyle and diet.

Please rest assured that ASEA is completely safe and 100% non-toxic at any level of consumption. This has been well documented and the studies that demonstrate this are publicly available. Yet the standard two to four ounces of ASEA twice daily may trigger, in a small subset of individuals, a very natural healing or cleansing reaction at some point in time.

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This can take the form of, in decreasing order of prevalence:

  • Minor headaches
  • Temporary fatigue
  • Muscle aches
  • Diarrhea
  • Sleeplessness
  • Joint aches
  • Rashes
  • Coughing

But these symptoms are usually mild and limited in duration. They soon pass.

To minimize any ordinary symptoms of detoxification you can very simply—drink more water! If possible, drink at least half of your body weight in ounces of pure water per day. Water helps to flush the byproducts of healing and repair through your kidneys and out of your body. Another thing you can do is to increase your consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables. It is also important to sleep and rest sufficiently, and to insure that you are getting at least a minimum of daily exercise.


The healing process is one of life’s essential gifts. If we are not healing, we are declining. Wellness is a journey, not a destination. ASEA activates and normalizes our natural healing process. I have witnessed thousands of health and healing transformations. Many of these have been subtle, many others have been dramatic, and some have been remarkable. As a physician whose primary goal is to support health and healing and to assist people in their recovery from illness, ASEA has caused me to assess and readjust my medical paradigm. The development of a stabilized Redox Signaling Molecule supplement is revolutionary and represents one of the greatest advances in health science of the 21st century.

Mahalo to Robertson Ward, MD FAAFP for this article on the Healing Process.
Robertson Ward is an acclaimed Community Medicine physician and researcher. He was awarded a medical degree from the University of Illinois, named CIBA: University of Cincinnati Family Practice Resident of the Year. He has served with distinction in top positions as a family practitioner in community health organizations and hospitals all over the Midwest.

Dr. Ward has directed over 15 full clinical research studies on Hypertension, Endocrine/Metabolism, Infectious Diseases, Insomnia, Musculoskeletal disorders, Osteoarthritis, Fibromyalgia, and many more. He has a broad range of experience in clinical medicine and an intense interest in helping people to find real solutions to their health problems. As the founder of “Project REACH,” Dr. Ward works in the trenches today, helping those who are trapped in substance abuse to regain their lives.

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