ASEA, safety and the detox effect

ASEA, safety and the detox effect

6 Comments on ASEA, safety and the detox effect

A common question we are asked by people interested in ASEA is how safe actually are the redox signaling molecules that it contains? Well, a lot of research has been done into this area with over $5 million dollars having been spent to ensure ASEA is safe for all organs, tissues and body systems.

The safety studies tested for many kinds of adverse effects, including endotoxicity, cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, reverse mutation, chromosomal aberration, and acute toxicity. Our own experience having taken it for two years and given it to many clients, is that it is 100% non-toxic and can be taken by anybody.

The safety studies are available at our website: 

Some people do experience what is called a detox reaction when they first take ASEA, although not everybody has this. This can manifest in for example, the worsening of symptoms, fever, headache and fatigue in some people. As the immune system begins to improve, the cells are cleared of all that is not serving the body well, as many people also experience when they do juice cleansing. It’s important to rest if you feel fatigued and let the ASEA do its job.

To help with the detox reaction or to prevent it,   the ASEA can be increased gradually from a lower to a higher dosage. Dosage will depend on the health of the person or if they are an athlete. For those with serious health challenges, the dosage may need to be increased more quickly. As part of our ASEA service, we provide our clients with a free consultation regarding dosage and further protocols so please get in touch if you would like any information.


  1. Linda Hallmark  - November 19, 2013 - 1:13 am
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    My roommate and I purchased some Asea while attending a conference. The first day we didn’t really notice anything different as well as the second, on the third she got loose, very loose stools. I had them later in the day and now a bit of a rash over most of my body. Just curious. We both eat well and have done lots of “detox”, we are both therapists, I a colon hydrotherapist. I do understand that we may still have toxins floating about but just curious if these might be symptoms you have seen or heard of before.

    Many thanks!

    • Jools  - November 19, 2013 - 7:55 am
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      Hi Linda,
      Thanks for your message. Yes, there is perfectly normal, even with people like yourselves who have done a lot of work on your health. Also, we’ve found that even after a couple of years of taking ASEA, the body can continue to eliminate what is toxic. In other words, people can often have a detox reaction at the beginning and then be OK and then down the track, there will be a further detox as the body continues to clear out the cells. If the reaction is too severe, we’d recommending reducing your dosage or even stopping for a day or two for the body to catch up. We also recommend taking liquid zeolite for helping with the detox process. Also, spraying ASEA on the rash a few times a day will help. Finally, do ask the person who you bought ASEA from to give you all the info on how to take ASEA correctly and detoxing etc, which they normally give you on purchase. If you aren’t in touch with anybody then feel free to email me at: for a free info sheet.

  2. Meka  - February 4, 2014 - 5:22 pm
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    When taking ASEA, can I also take another form of detox plan. I have a Ultimate 2 week detox and cleanse I bought from Natural Grocery. It cleanses the blood, colon, liver, and fat. Will this be ok with the ASEA or is it too much??
    Thank u

    • Jools  - February 14, 2014 - 9:42 pm
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      Hi Meka,
      You can take ASEA alongside any detox program as it will also be detoxing the body. However, if someone has a history of poor health or any depression, we recommend that they start on a very low dosage of ASEA and gradually build up. We also recommend a three month comprehensive health program run by our friends at Healthy Atom that will be starting in March and this has ongoing support. Please email me if you’d like details and all the best with your detox.

  3. MARIE  - June 2, 2015 - 10:23 pm
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    how long does the detox can last? or what is the normal period of time?

    • Jools  - June 3, 2015 - 4:05 am
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      Hi Marie,
      It partly depends on what health a person has had during their life. If you have had good health in general, then the detox might last only a few days, or you might not even experience much of a detox. Some people feel very tired and need to rest more during this time. We have a world-class climber who takes the product and was detoxing for several weeks as she had suffered a lot of illness as a child. It took about a month for her to get back on track and afterwards she felt much better. It also depends on what other things a person is doing to help quicken the detox. So for example, a healthy organic diet and enemas will help, as will taking cold showers (that’s cold water before warm) etc.

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