Vitamin O was invented by Cal B. Smith. He recently shared some of the highlights of how he creates this unique product:
"The whole process involving the creation and stabilization of O2 from normal oxygen or O1, involves a series of electrical bursts through special metal rods submerged in saline solution over a brief period of time. The electrical force used to rearrange oxygen atoms and knock off sodium and most hydrogen atoms, is subjected to an unusual agitation before it ever reaches the saline solution for which it's intended. This agitation introduced into the electrical phase of the process helps to guarantee greater stabilization of the liquid oxygen components by coupling one of them with a single hydrogen atom.
The final super-charged oxygen that comes out at the end of these several very different kinds of agitation, has lots of O2, some O3, and even a little bit of O4. Each of these is incrementally 30 times stronger (meaning that if O2 is 30x stronger than O1, than O3 will be 30x more stronger than O2, and so forth).
All in all, it's a pretty sensitive process that requires skill, experience, and patience. Knowing how to convert the electricity we use over to a more acceptable form and when to periodically zap the saline solution, and for how long, are our most guarded and valuable trade secrets.
So in summary, several things are happening at once during 'Vitamin O' production: Normal electrical flow is reconfigured before going into the saline solution; the salt water itself is given repeated buzzings; and the timing sequence is very carefully calibrated to produce the 'heavy' or super-enriched oxygen water."
The result from all this delicate process is a substance unlike anything else that has ever been marketed to the public.