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Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide Benefits

Updated on December 6, 2017

Powerful Benefits of Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy

"The lack of oxygen is the most overlooked problem in the human body." So says Gary Renard in his latest book, Love has Forgotten No One. The question is, what can we do about it? Fortunately for us, there is a simple and inexpensive way to add oxygen. Drinking a few drops of diluted 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide will oxygenate the cells in your body. The health benefits are enormous.

Hydrogen peroxide therapy has been around for many years, yet the American pubic remains mostly ignorant about its benefits. My personal theory is that hydrogen peroxide therapy is too simple to be taken seriously. People tend to believe medical science has to be complicated and mysterious. Also, hydrogen peroxide is inexpensive and cannot be patented, so no one stands to make a fortune on it.

Intravenous vs. Oral Ingestion

Love Has Forgotten No One recommends the simplest form of hydrogen peroxide therapy. That is, ingesting (drinking) small amounts of 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide in distilled water. This can be done without any prescription or doctor visit or special preparation. It simply requires the discipline to follow a regimen according to instructions that are readily available online (I'll tell you where).

Be sure not to confuse the 35% food-grade with the 3% hydrogen peroxide available in drug stores. The 35% food-grade variety can be found at some health food stores, or easily ordered online. The cost should be in the neighborhood of $12 for 8 ounces which is sufficient for the first couple months or longer. After that the 8 oz. bottle will last much longer.

Intravenous (IV) injection is another form of hydrogen peroxide therapy. The IV therapy is administered by a doctor. Most states now have doctors performing this treatment for a variety of illnesses. We are focusing on ingesting, or drinking 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide. You can do this completely on your own the same way you would start taking a new vitamin or new dietary supplement.

National Institutes of Health

According to The One Minute Cure, the Office of Alternative Medicine of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was considering conducting clinical trials on oxidative therapies. I can find no evidence that any such trials have been conducted. That is not to say they have not been done, but if they have, the results are certainly difficult to find.

I am promoting hydrogen peroxide therapy because I trust the author of the book where I first heard about it. Is the medical establishment keeping information from us to protect the profits of the big drug companies? I don't have the resources to prove that claim, and I am not opposed to government agencies protecting the public from products that take advantage of patients who are desperate to find relief from sickness.

Yet, I wonder why the FDA is so slow to endorse a treatment that is inexpensive and may replace medications generating billions of dollars per year. My purpose is to suggest a simple method of oxygen therapy that may be the most powerful thing we can do for the health of our bodies.

Instructions for Ingesting Hydrogen Peroxide

I recommend following the simple instructions found in The One Minute Cure for oxygenating your body. The book will give you a precise regimen to follow. Madison Cavanaugh gives you a chart that shows how many drops to add to each glass of distilled water and how many glasses to drink each day. Follow the regimen for 23 days, then reduce the drops gradually to a maintenance regimen of 3 drops per glass of 6-8 ounces of water three times a day.

I found the book online in PDF format and read the book on my computer (Google "the one minute cure pdf). I will be starting the regimen myself as soon as my order arrives. I will report the results in future articles. In the meantime, do your own research and consider the potential benefits of creating an oxygen-rich environment in your own body.

My Experience Drinking 35% Hydrogen Peroxide

As of this writing, I have been following the regimen for over a month. I am unable to report any startling results. I was not sick when I started the regimen, so there are no symptoms to evaluate. The main contribution I can make to the evaluation of oxygenating your body with this method is to report that there have been absolutely no ill effects. I have read some reports that could seem alarming about possible stomach problems, but I have not found this to be the case. I attribute this to the fact that I am following the suggested regimen. I do not drink the solution for three hours after eating and I do not eat anything for an hour after drinking it. These instructions are spelled out in The One Minute Cure.

I invite you to e-mail me to ask about my experience as I will be continuing to drink the solution and will be happy to share the results with you if you are interested, or have any other questions about this article.

Conclusion

Since I began researching the hydrogen peroxide therapy, I have read hundreds of claims about various natural remedies. I have read articles very critical of big drug companies and the medical industry in general. The One Minute Cure itself goes to great lengths to condemn the medical industry for withholding facts from the public.

It is my belief that doctors and drug companies are not the enemy. The few doctors I have known are interested in making people well. Intravenous hydrogen peroxide therapy is available if you want it, though some doctors had to fight to be allowed to administer the treatments. I only know one person who works for a drug company and he is one of the kindest people I know.

They medical industry may or may not be blocking news about certain remedies in order to preserve profits for big companies. The point is that it's up to each of us to take responsibility for our own health. The internet is free and uncensored and it's a good idea to research any medical claim, whether it's made by a big company in an expensive commercial, or by an advocate of natural remedies. My advice to everyone is to do your homework.

That's the course I am following with regard to hydrogen peroxide therapy. I'm convinced about the benefits. Hydrogen peroxide is a substance your body itself produces to fight disease. Oxygenating your body by drinking a diluted 35% solution and following a proper regimen may very well prevent most diseases, or cure them if you have one.

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