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Ocean Plasma Inc. has arranged for independently conducted micro-biological tests (in a pharmaceutical testing lab) of its batches according to established potable water testing protocols. The results of these tests prove that ocean water contains no pathogens, however, such protocols apply to drinking water - i.e. sweet water, not ocean water. There are, at present, no standards for human oral consumption of Ocean Water.
In parentheses, we stress that not only are the microbial tests performed on the processed (purified) ocean water, but also on the diluting spring water water the mixture of which with Ocean Water becomes the Isotonic Ocean Plasma. Therefore, the ensemble of the constituents is tested in a satisfactory manner.
|Ocean Plasma's water purification protocol (simplified)|
One must not succumb to the temptation to compare the relative sterility of drinking water with the life-sustaining properties of Ocean Water. Too little is known about the qualities of Ocean Water to make sweeping statements or assess such water by comparing it with something altogether different, like drinking water.
Chapter 16 of the book "Microbial Ecology of the Oceans" (2000) by David L Kirchman discloses many little-known factors of microbial symbiosis that are proven to be not only desirable but also necessary in the life-cycle of Ocean Water. If anyone would present to us ocean water that is scientifically proven as 'STERILE' - then we would vehemently argue against its use for health purposes - it would be a dead substance and incapable of producing health-supporting results.
Professor Sally W. Chisholm, who is co-director of MIT's Earth System Initiative, explained that as biological oceanographers she and her colleagues are trying to understand the bio-geo-chemistry of the oceans. That is, they are trying to learn "how the [ocean] microbes function as a system in which they have not only co-evolved with each other, but also with the chemistry and physics of the oceans. These three - chemistry, physics and biology - are tightly linked as a system, meaning you can't change one without altering the other two."
Only time and much scientific motivation and documentation will one day establish the wisdom of this stance that is not entirely new or unique. Rene Quinton wrote in his book "L'eau de vie - milieu organique" (translated): ...Ocean water contains a multitude of micro-organisms, vegetable as well as animal, in suspension, permitting the production of catabolic cycles, cycles that confer qualities that render ocean water a veritable 'milieu vital naturel". (Quotation from the Doctoral Thesis in Pharmacy dated 25 February 1983 by Sylvie Artola attached to the University of Bordeau, France).
Composition of Ocean Water: