Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) Therapy for Emphysema
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2004-12-10 04:20:58 UTC
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Let's look at several conditions that seem to respond especially well to
H202 therapy. First, keep in mind that there are two methods of
administering the peroxide-1) orally and 2) intravenously. While most
conditions respond remarkably to oral ingestion, emphysema is one condition
in which intravenous infusion can be a godsend. Emphysema involves
destruction of the alveoli (the small air sacs in the lungs). Although
chemical fumes and other irritants can cause the destruction, it is most
often the result of smoking. As the disease progresses, the patient finds it
more and more difficult to breathe. A wheel chair and supplemental oxygen
become necessary as the disease progresses. Lack of adequate oxygen reaching
the tissues forces the heart to pump more forcefully. This leads to high
blood pressure, enlargement of the heart itself and eventually heart
failure. Conventional medicine offers little help for emphysema. There is no
cure. The best that can be hoped for is symptomatic relief and the
prevention of any serious complications that might result in death. H202
therapy can offer more. Using 1 ounce of 35% peroxide per 1 gallon of
non-chlorinated water in a vaporizer improves nighttime breathing
tremendously. But intravenous infusion holds the real key to relief. It has
the ability to cleanse the inner lining of the lungs and restore the ability
to breathe.

We continue to hear the same story from Dr. Farr and others who use
intravenous infusion for emphysema and congestive lung problems. Within
minutes oxygen from hydrogen peroxide begins to bubble up between the
membrane lining the lungs sacs and the accumulated mucus. (Dr. Farr refers
to this as the "Alka-Seltzer effect.") The patient begins to cough and expel
the material that has accumulated in the lungs. The amount of bubbling,
coughing, and cleansing can be regulated by simply turning the H202 on and
off. As the peroxide clears the lung surface and destroys the bacterial
infections, the patient regains the ability to breath more normally. We
continue to receive reports from patients for whom the technique has
improved breathing so much that a wheelchair and supplemental oxygen are no
longer needed. If you would like to find a doctor in your area trained in
the use of intravenous H202 infusion, contact the International
Bio-Oxidative Medicine Foundation (IBOM), P.O. Box 13205, Oklahoma City, OK
73113 at (405) 478-4266. They can provide names and addresses of doctors
using the procedure in your area.
David Wright
2004-12-12 20:44:46 UTC
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