2) Nitric Oxide
Naturally occurring in the body and improves blood flow to the tissues, allowing more oxygen, nutrients, vitamins, and growth factors to be delivered to every cell of the body. As part of its role, nitric oxide is involved in several functions including blood circulation, nerve communication, healthy sleep patterns, pain and inflammation response, learning and memory, digestion and fighting disease.
Nitric Oxide testing procedure:
- Take a few seconds to gather saliva in mouth. Place test strip in mouth and hold until saliva saturates the test strip, then take out of mouth.
- Fold the two ends of the test strip together for 30 seconds.
- The practitioner will compare the results to the color chart.