BrainO2 Protocol




This pro­to­col super-oxy­genates the brain. It works by first chal­leng­ing the body to max­i­mize blood flow to the brain, and then repeat­ed­ly switch­ing to oxy­gen for brief bursts. The pro­to­col uti­lizes hypox­ic vas­cu­lar reflex­es to increase blood flow to the brain by up to 400% (Cipol­la). Brief switch­es to rich oxy­gen pulse plas­ma lev­els by 600% (Ardenne p-16) dur­ing max­i­mum blood flow. Switch­ing enables unprece­dent­ed brain oxy­gena­tion up to 24x nor­mal lev­els.

The BrainO2 Protocol


Goal Estab­lish simul­ta­ne­ous max­i­mum of blood flow and oxy­gen blood con­cen­tra­tion to the brain, liv­er and kid­neys to opti­mize func­tion.
When Used Any­time max­i­mum neu­ro­log­i­cal or cog­ni­tive per­for­mance is nec­es­sary.
Dif­fi­cul­ty Moderate/Difficult
Detox Inten­si­ty Medi­um
Time 15 Min­utes
Fre­quen­cy Once dai­ly typ­i­cal; twice dai­ly for health restora­tion
Typ­i­cal Response Sig­nif­i­cant improve­ment in cog­ni­tive func­tion, exec­u­tive func­tion, and motor con­trol
Rel­a­tive Per­for­mance Sig­nif­i­cant effect on all body sys­tems and immune sys­tem.
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Safe Exer­cise Equip­ment. This pro­to­col requires push­ing your­self under hypox­ic chal­lenge to reduce brain oxy­gena­tion until the body com­pen­sates by pri­or­i­tiz­ing blood flow to the brain. This tem­porar­i­ly com­pro­mis­es coor­di­na­tion.

The BrainO2 Protocol

The Protocol


This pro­to­col is rec­om­mend­ed after you have done sev­er­al Basic Whole Body Flush ses­sions. How­ev­er, you may skip the step above if you are will­ing to accept the dis­com­fort that may occur dur­ing an immune ral­ly. Occurs 48 hours after LiveO2 train­ing result­ing in a fever of up to 102 degrees and last­ing for 6–24 hours. The effect is mod­eled as an up-reg­u­la­tion in white blood cell activ­i­ty enabled by high­er oxy­gen lev­els in body flu­ids, includ­ing lymph.

Only attempt this pro­to­col on secure exer­cise equip­ment. This pro­to­col uses cere­bral hypox­ia to trig­ger the auto-adap­tive reflex. This trig­ger uses oxy­gen min­i­mum to open vas­cu­lar flow path to the brain as an adap­tive response. Dur­ing this min­i­mum the user will expe­ri­ence dizzi­ness, dis­com­fort and decreased coor­di­na­tion.


  1. Fill the oxy­gen reser­voir
  2. Put on the mask and con­nect
  3. Set the sys­tem to +O2
  4. Exer­cise for 5 min­utes at strong but aer­o­bic pace. You should encounter only mild exer­tion chal­lenges
  5. Switch to -O2 and watch your pulse oxime­ter read­ing
  6. Mod­er­ate hypox­ic sprint until your oxime­ter read­ing reach­es 85% — usu­al­ly 2 min­utes
  7. Sprint 1 — Spin up sprint — mild hypox­ic chal­lenge
    • Sprint for 15 sec­onds at max­i­mum out­put
    • Switch to high oxy­gen and con­tin­ue sprint 15 sec­onds on +O2
    • Switch back to -O2 — pro­longs chal­lenge
    • Rest on -O2 for 30 sec­onds — rest but not recov­er
  8. Sprint 2 — Esca­lat­ed hypox­ic chal­lenge fol­lowed by re-oxy­gena­tion
    • Sprint for 15 sec­onds at max­i­mum out­put (still hypox­ic -O2)
    • Switch to high oxy­gen and con­tin­ue sprint 15 sec­onds on +O2
    • Dis­con­tin­ue sprint and remain +O2
    • Recov­er on +O2 until you feel ready to go on
    • The pur­pose of this stage is esca­lat­ed whole body detox
  9. Aggres­sive Hypox­ic Chal­lenge — Switch to -O2
  10. Hold a mod­er­ate aer­o­bic pace until the fol­low­ing all occur:
    • PO2 drops below 80%
    • You get dizzy and then feel bet­ter (be sure you are using exer­cise equip­ment you feel secure on)
    • Once you “feel bet­ter” it indi­cates your body has com­pen­sat­ed for “low” oxy­gen by a dra­mat­ic increase in blood flow to the brain. You will prob­a­bly also feel or hear your “heart pound­ing” in your head. Research shows this increase in flow is in the range of 400%
    • At this point you are ready to do a series of oxy­gen puls­es which will deliv­er short bursts of oxy­gen but main­tain the ele­vat­ed blood flow.
  11. The next sprints deliv­er bursts of oxy­gen to the brain using brief, about 5 sec­ond oxy­gen bursts. The brief rests on -O2 do not enable recov­ery. The goal is to “pulse” oxy­gen into your sys­tem and to “keep going” with only as much recov­ery as it takes to repeat the sprint. This pre­vents the body from reduc­ing blood flow to the brain.
    • Sprint 25 sec­onds -O2
    • Switch to +O2
    • Sprint 5 sec­onds
    • Switch back to -O2 and rest for 10–30 sec­onds
    • Repeat 2–10 times until you start to feel strong (many report feel­ing “super­hu­man”)
  12. Sprint 5 — the oxy­gen burn
    • Sprint 15 sec­onds on -O2
    • Switch to +O2
    • Pow­er exert 1 minute on +O2, breathe deep and hard (this max­i­mizes whole body oxy­gena­tion to unprece­dent­ed lev­els)
  13. Remain on +O2 and reduce exer­tion to a mod­er­ate lev­el and cool down
  14. Con­tin­ue breath­ing oxy­gen until pulse drops 100 BPM.

Optional Nutrients

  • Mag­ne­sium Orotate/Aspartate 500 mg
  • Thi­amine 100 mg
  • Vit­a­min C 500 mg
  • 500 mg Argi­nine Alpha-ketog­lu­tarate

** Sup­ple­men­tal nutri­ents are not usu­al­ly nec­es­sary to achieve the doc­u­ment­ed pro­to­col effect.

The BrainO2 Protocol


This pro­to­col cre­ates simul­ta­ne­ous max­i­mums of blood flow and oxy­gen con­cen­tra­tion to the brain. Simul­ta­ne­ous max­i­mums do not occur in any oth­er known method. The con­di­tions that trig­ger max­i­mum blood flow are cre­at­ed by min­i­mum oxy­gena­tion. Con­verse­ly, the con­di­tions of max­i­mum oxy­gen avail­abil­i­ty, nor­mal­ly trig­ger min­i­mum oxy­gen flow.

Phys­i­o­log­i­cal­ly, these con­di­tions are mutu­al­ly exclu­sive.

Triggering Maximum Flow

Blood volume to brain during hypoxic exertion challenge

This pro­to­col uti­lizes blood-brain switch. The chart above shows when the body pri­or­i­tizes blood flow to the brain. This is where the green graph shoots upwards. Dizzi­ness occurs as the func­tion­al brain oxy­gena­tion decreas­es until the body responds by vasodi­la­tion to max­i­mize the flow to the brain. The doppler mea­sure­ments show that the increase in blood vol­ume to the brain is in the range of 400%.

Triggering Maximum Oxygenation

The BrainO2 pro­to­col uti­lizes hypox­ic chal­lenge to fur­ther enhance both plas­ma oxy­gena­tion and tis­sue per­fu­sion. The hypox­ic exer­tion chal­lenge cre­ates gas trans­fer and res­pi­ra­to­ry tur­bu­lence con­di­tions that exceed­ed von Ardenne’s meth­ods.

von Ardenne’s Method

Plasma Saturation Profile

von Ardenne cre­at­ed con­di­tions of max­i­mum oxy­gena­tion by sup­ply­ing unprece­dent­ed amounts of oxy­gen. His trick, unlike med­ical oxy­gen admin­is­tra­tions, that pro­vide oxy­gen to a patient at rest, was to sup­ply copi­ous oxy­gen simul­ta­ne­ous with exer­tion as exer­cise. The exer­tion chal­lenge cre­at­ed an ele­vat­ed gas absorp­tion, and blood flow con­di­tions, stim­u­lat­ed by exer­tion, nat­u­ral­ly max­i­mized venous cap­il­lary pulse forceThe amount of pres­sure present at the venous end of the cap­il­lary. This is dif­fer­ent from the Pulse Pres­sure because it reflects all loss of pres­sure that occurs between the heart and the swollen, choked end of the cap­il­lary. The Venous Cap­il­lary Pulse Force must be enough to deliv­er oxy­genat­ed plas­ma to the swollen endothe­lial cells to reverse inflam­ma­tion. for unprece­dent­ed tis­sue oxy­gen per­fu­sion per­for­mance. He lever­aged the nat­ur­al phys­i­ol­o­gy of exer­cise.

His method lever­aged three pri­ma­ry mech­a­nisms, well under­stood in chem­istry and physics, to max­i­mize the par­tial pres­sure of oxy­gen in the blood plas­ma:

  1. The par­tial pres­sure of a gas;
  2. The con­tact sur­face area between the gas and the flu­id;
  3. The tur­bu­lence of the inter­face.

The sec­ond ele­ment of his method lever­aged res­pi­ra­to­ry exci­ta­tion to enhance per­fu­sion: M/p>

  1. A pound­ing heart cre­ates a larg­er pulse pres­sure
  2. Which increas­es venous cap­il­lary pulse force.

His method com­bined max­i­mum par­tial pres­sure and pulse pres­sure to over­come per­fu­sion resis­tance caused by inflam­ma­tion. He doc­u­ment­ed meth­ods to increase par­tial pres­sure of oxy­gen in blood plas­ma to at least 6x nor­mal.

The Switch Method

The switch method simul­ta­ne­ous­ly uti­lizes mul­ti­ple con­di­tions:

  • Estab­lish max­i­mum blood flow to the brain by aggres­sive hypox­ic chal­lenge
  • Trig­gers sys­temic vasodi­la­tion by pro­longed mod­er­ate hypox­ic chal­lenge to max­i­mize whole body blood flow
  • Instant switch into to max­i­mum oxy­gen dur­ing max­i­mum blood flow to cre­ate brief simul­ta­ne­ous max­i­mums of blood flow and oxy­gen con­cen­tra­tion
  • Switch out of max­i­mum oxy­gen before body adapts to hypox­ia to cre­ate oxy­gen puls­es to cre­ate recur­ring puls­es.

The oxy­gena­tion poten­tial of this method is: 4x blood flow X 6x oxy­gena­tion = 24x poten­tial oxy­gena­tion — repeat­ed­ly.

This is sig­nif­i­cant­ly high­er than any oth­er known method. Research indi­cates this method pro­vides max­i­mum achiev­able oxy­gena­tion for three crit­i­cal organs:

  • Brain
  • Liv­er
  • Kid­neys

Typical Benefits

Typ­i­cal ben­e­fits include rapid opti­miza­tion of neu­ro­log­i­cal and cog­ni­tive func­tion. Fur­ther, max­i­mum known oxy­gena­tion for liv­er and kid­neys to aid health restora­tion for con­di­tions that may be relat­ed to inflam­ma­tion in these organ sys­tems, also ben­e­fi­cial for immuno­log­i­cal per­for­mance.

The BrainO2 Protocol


Validation Method

  • for tests used to val­i­date this pro­to­col
  • Take test before pro­to­col
  • Repeat test 2 hours after com­plet­ing pro­to­col
  • Repeat Pro­to­col after 1–10 days
  • Repeat neu­ro­log­i­cal test

Report and Neurological Results

Performance and Neurological Test


Vol­un­teers report sig­nif­i­cant and ver­i­fi­able improve­ment phys­i­cal and men­tal com­pe­ten­cy regard­less of med­ical his­to­ry:
  1. Vol­un­teer 1:
  2. Vol­un­teer 2:
  3. Author:
    • 28.8% nor­mal­ized per­centile gain Before vs After 1 day — (1 ses­sion total)
  4. Pro­fes­sion­al Musi­cian:

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