Most biochemical reactions in the body are ‘Balanced’ through ‘Redox’ mechanisms. Redox means (Red)uction (Ox)idation. The body uses oxidation as its first line of defense against bacteria, virus, yeast and parasites. Even breathing oxygen is an oxidative process. Without oxidation we die very quickly. Without OXYGEN for more than a few seconds, serious consequences follow. Natural chemicals, found in the body, are used in ‘OXIDATIVE THERAPY’ to encourage healthy oxidation in cells and tissue.
What chemicals are used in Oxidative Therapy?
A number of substances are known to cause oxidation in the body, but the most important of these is Hydrogen Peroxide. Hydrogen Peroxide, when exposed in your blood or other body fluids, containing the enzyme ‘Catalase’, is chemically split into OXYGEN and water. A small amount of Hydrogen Peroxide can supply large amounts of OXYGEN to the tissue.
Is this a new form of therapy?
Injections of Hydrogen Peroxide are nothing new. It was first reported by Dr. T.H. Oliver in the British Medical Journal (Lancet) in 1920.
The use of Hydrogen Peroxide injections to generate OXYGEN in the body, has been studied at many major medical research centers throughout the world. Research reports have come from Baylor, Yale, Harvard, UCLA, Boston, England, Japan, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Canada, Nova Scotia and others. Today between 20 and 50 scientific articles are published each month about the chemical and biological effects of Hydrogen Peroxide.
How does it work in the body?
There are many theories about the function of Hydrogen Peroxide in the body and a great deal of scientific material supports almost every one. Hydrogen Peroxide is produced in the body in different amounts for different purposes:
- It is part of a system which helps you use the OXYGEN you breathe.
- It is part of the system which helps your body regulate all living cell membranes.
- It is a hormonal regulator, necessary for your body to produce several hormonal substances such as estrogen, progesterone and thyroid.
- It is important in the regulation of blood sugar and the production of energy in all cells.
- It helps regulate certain chemicals necessary to operate the brain and nervous system.
- It is used in the defense system of the body body against infections and has been found to be effective in regulating the immune system.
Scientists are discovering the function of Hydrogen Peroxide in the body is far more complex and important than previously realized.
What has Hydrogen Peroxide been used to treat?
Oxidative 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.
Heart and Blood Vessel Diseases
1. Peripheral Vascular Disease (poor circulation)
2. Cerebral Vascular Disease (stroke and memory)
3. Cardiovascular Disease (heart disease)
4. Coronary Spasm (Angina)
5. Cardioconversion (heart stopped)
6. Heart Arrhythmias (irregular heart beats)
7. Gangrene of Fingers and Toes
8. Reynards Syndrome
9. Temporal Arthritis
10. Vascular and Cluster Headaches
11. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (lung)
12. Emphysema (lung disease)
13. Asthma (allergy, lung)
15. PCP (Pneumonia in AIDS)
16. Chronic Bronchitis
18. Herpes Zoster (shingles)
19. Herpes Simplex (fever blisters)
20. Systemic Chronic Candidasis (Candida – yeast)
21. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Epstein-Barr Virus)
22. HIV (AIDS) Infections
23. Acute and Chronic Viral Infections
24. Chronic Unresponsive Bacterial Infections
25. Parasitic Infections
26. Multiple Sclerosis
27. Rheumatoid Arthritis
28. Diabetes Mellitus Type II
29. Hypersensitive Persons (Environmental and Universal Reactors)
32. Migraine Headaches
33. Chronic Pain Syndrome
34. Pain of Meta static Carcinoma
35. Blood and Lymph Node Cancers
Physicians from around the world constantly share knowledge and experience and the list of uses for Oxidative Therapy is growing every day. Since Hydrogen Peroxide is a natural substance produced and used in body chemistry, there will be discoveries about it’s importance in biochemistry for years to come.
How is this therapy given?
Very weak, very pure Hydrogen Peroxide (0.0375% or less concentrations) are added to a sugar or salt water solution, the same used for intravenous feeding in hospitals. This is given in doses from 50 to 500 mL, administered into a large vein, usually in the arm. It is given slowly over a period of 1 to 3 hours depending on the total amount given and the condition of the patient. It is painless except for the very small needle stick.
Treatments are usually given about once a week in chronic illnesses, but they can be given daily in patients with acute illness such as pneumonia or flu. Physicians usually give 5 to 20 treatments, depending on the condition of the patient and the type of illness. The patient is rechecked in 1 to 3 months to evaluate the benefits and determine if additional treatments are indicated. Some patients, especially with chronic illness, may need to take follow up treatments, and may need to maintain indefinitely on a regular monthly schedule. As many as 50 treatments have been administered to several patients without complications.
Your physician must decide how many treatments are necessary in your individual case. (As with all “treatments” for specific problems you will be the best judge as to the effects.
What about the safety and side effects of this treatment?
Over the past 50 years hundreds of patients have received Hydrogen Peroxide without serious side effects. Early use of Hydrogen Peroxide was reported to occasionally cause irritation of the vein being infused..
*Please note that these therapies must be administered by a licensed and trained physician.