medicine is the addition of oxygen directly to the tissues of the body in the
form of singlet oxygen (lone oxygen atoms) in a highly reactive state. The body
uses oxidation as the first line of defense against bacteria, virus, yeast and
parasites. When we use the principals of oxidation to bring about improvements
in the body, it is called a therapy, herein referred to as Oxidative Therapy.
In bio-oxidative medicine, oxygen is introduced directly into the body as
hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) or as ozone (O3).
peroxide is a part of normal metabolism. Your body produces it constantly.
There are units in certain white blood cells called "peroxisomes,"
which produce H2O2. These white cells then engulf bacteria and mix them
together with these peroxisomes. They both then disappear as the singlet oxygen
from H2O2 destroys the bacteria or virus. "Therapeutic Use of Intravenous
Hydrogen Peroxide" was reported by Dr. C.H. Farr, M.D., Ph.D., a nominee
for the 1993 Nobel prize in Medicine.
effect of singlet oxygen in the human body is twofold. It kills, or severely
inhibits, the growth of anaerobic organisms (bacteria and viruses that use
carbon dioxide for fuel and leave oxygen as a by-product). This action is
immediate, on contact with the anaerobic organism. Aerobic bacteria (those that
burn oxygen for fuel and leave carbon dioxide as a by-product — as humans do)
found in the human intestine are friendly bacteria, which aid in digestion.
These organisms thrive in the presence of hydrogen peroxide.
second effect of hydrogen peroxide is that it provides singlet oxygen, which,
in turn, transforms biological waste products and industrial toxins into
inert substances by oxidizing them. This makes them easy to handle for the
kidneys and liver. It doubles the rate of enzymatic metabolism in the
mitochondria within each cell, thus enabling the body to cleanse itself of
toxins and still have plenty of energy to handle the business of living from
moment to moment. This increase in metabolism probably accounts for some of the
antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiviral effects of hydrogen peroxide.
that can be treated with H2O2 include those conditions which can be treated
with antibiotics, but without the serious toxicity often associated with
laboratory produced synthetic antibiotics. Some of these conditions are
candidiasis (yeast), viral infections, influenza, the common cold, sinus
infection, Epstein-Barr virus and gangrene.
peroxide also has been found to dissolve cholesterol and calcium deposits
associated with atherosclerosis. Therefore, it is a good treatment for vascular
disorders. This can result in lessening or disappearance of angina, leg pain
and transient ischemic attacks to the brain, which cause dizziness. It also can
help reverse some of the damage left over by a stroke, if treatment is
instituted early enough.
in the 1960s at Baylor University showed conclusively that intra-arterial
hydrogen peroxide dissolves plaque in large arteries. This makes H2O2 a
wonderful complement to EDTA in the treatment of vascular disease, as EDTA has
been shown to clear small vessels and create collateral circulation around
large vessel blockages. This combination is called "Chelox
clears the lungs, in cases of emphysema, by producing oxygen bubbles in the
alveoli (tiny air sacs in the lungs), literally lifting the mucus deposits up,
so they can be coughed out.
peroxide has a remarkable clearing effect on the skin. After only a few intravenous
treatments the skin takes on a translucent clarity usually seen only in
children. In addition, hydrogen peroxide benefits asthma, leukemia, multiple
sclerosis, degenerative spinal disc disease and high blood pressure. It is
particularly effective with asthma, arthritis and back disorders.
these illnesses have a component of toxicity from accumulated pesticides,
preservatives and organic industrial pollutants. Often the clearing of these
toxins is enough to allow the body to heal, or at least partially repair
itself. Obviously, where there is anatomic change such as in disc disease, this
anatomic change will not be altered. However, what the person with disc
disease, arthritis and other such illnesses is interested in is the
disappearance of pain and the return of function. This often is possible with
doctors believe AIDS and cancer can be helped with hydrogen peroxide. The most
fundamental feature of a cancer cell is that it is relatively anaerobic. It
needs sixty percent less oxygen than a normal healthy cell. It does very poorly
in the presence of excess oxygen. All of this points toward the oxidative
therapies as a decent treatment for cancer and a decent preventive measure as
infusion lasts ninety minutes. You will notice a warm feeling during treatment,
not much more. The main effect of hydrogen peroxide infusions is that you
regain your health. Treatments are one to three times per week, occasionally
five times per week for an acute illness and, just as with chelation therapy
with EDTA, the number of treatments needed depends on the nature of the illness
with which you are dealing. From ten to fifty treatments will get the job done
in most cases.
can feel temporarily worse than the disease. It may be accompanied by headache,
fatigue, grouchiness, insomnia and body pains for days or even, in very
diseased states, weeks. Hydrogen peroxide is no exception. Be prepared for
these kinds of results on your trip to a clear state of health
conditions are being treated with this therapy?
therapy, using Hydrogen Peroxide, has been reported in the scientific
literature and by physicians in the treatment of the following conditions or
diseases, with varying degrees of success:
and Blood Vessel Diseases
- Peripheral Vascular Disease (poor circulation)
- Cerebral Vascular Disease (stroke and memory)
- Cardiovascular Disease (heart disease)
- Coronary Spasm (Angina)
- Heart Arrhythmias (irregular heart beat)
- Gangrene of Fingers and Toes
- Raynaud's Syndrome
- Temporal Arteritis
- Vascular and Cluster Headaches
- Chronic Obstructive
Pulmonary Disease (lung)
- Emphysema (lung disease)
- Asthma (allergy, lung)
- PCP (Pneumonia in AIDS)
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Herpes Zoster (shingles)
- Herpes Simplex (fever blister)
- Systemic Chronic Candidiasis (Candida)
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Epstein-Barr Virus)
- HIV (AIDS) Infections
- Acute and Chronic Viral Infections
- Chronic Unresponsive Bacterial Infections
- Parasitic Infections
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Diabetes Mellitus Type II
- Hypersensitive Persons (Environmental and Universal Reactors)
- Parkinson’s , Alzheimer
- Blood and Lymph Node Cancers
- Chronic Pain Syndromes (Multiple Etilogies)