Hydrogen Peroxide

3% compounded medical grade hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is further diluted and given as an intravenous drip. During this time H2O2 is broken down into water (H2O) and oxygen. The human body utilizes oxygen in the form of hydrogen peroxide to kill bacteria, viruses, fungus and cancer.

Hydrogen peroxide therapy helps cleanse toxins that come from substances like industrial pollutants by transforming them into substances the body can metabolize and eliminate. Immune strength is another benefit, as IV hydrogen peroxide stimulates the production of white blood cells. IV hydrogen peroxide can also benefit patients with heart conditions, increasing circulation to the extremities and aids in dissolving cholesterol and calcium deposits in blood vessels.

Conditions Regularly Treated:

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Candida Syndromes
  • Lyme Disease
  • Sinus Infections
  • Chronic Viral Infections
  • Chronic, Degenerative Conditions (Atherosclerosis/ DJD / DDD)

Sampling of Clinical Research

John E. Repine, Richard B. Fox and Elaine M. Berger. Hydrogen Peroxide Kills Staphylococcus Aureus By Reacting With Staphylococcal Iron To Form Hydroxyl Radical. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. July 25, 1981. Volume 256 Number 14. Pages 7094-7096. PMID: 6265438.

J.T. Mallams, M.D., J.W. Finney, M.A., and G.A. Balla, M.D. The Use of Hydrogen Peroxide As A Source of Oxygen in A Regional Intra-Arterial Infusion System. Southern Medical Journal. March 1962. Volume 55.

Hiroshi Sasaki, Tadao Wakutani, Sikayuki Oda and Yasuo Yamasaki Yonago Acta Medica. Application of Hydrogen Peroxide Infusion to Maxillary Cancer. October, 1967. Volume 11, Number 3. Pages 141-149.

J. I. Thorne, Rosamund J. Svvennsen and D. Franks. Role of Hydrogen Peroxide in the Cytotoxic Reaction of T Lymphocytes. February, 1980. Volume 39 (2). Pages 486-495. PMID: 6248285.

Carl F. Nathan and Zanvil A. Cohn. Anti-Tumor Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide In Vivo. Journal of Experimental Medicine, November, 1981, Volume 154. Pages 1539-1553. PMID: 7299347.

O. Ben-Yoseph and B.D. Ross. Oxidation Therapy: The Use of a Reactive Oxygen Species-Generating Enzyme System For Tumour Treatment. British Journal of Cancer. December, 1994. Volume 70 (6). Pages 1131-1135. PMID: 7981065.

Kaichi Yoshizaki, Tsukasa Fujiki, Takahiro Tsunematsu, Makiko Yamashita, Miyako Udono, Sanetaka Shirahata, and Yoshinori Katakura. Pro-Senescent Effect of Hydrogen Peroxide on Cancer Cells and Its Possible Application to Tumor Suppression.Online Publication, February 7, 2009. Volume 73 (2). Pages 311-315. PMID: 19202296.

Harold C. Urschel, Jr., James W. Finney, Andres R. Morales, George A. Balla, and John T. Mallam. Cardiac Resuscitation With Hydrogen Peroxide. Circulation, Supplement II. October, 1965. Volumes XXXI and XXXII.

Harold C. Urschel, Jr., M.D., F.C.C.P. Cardiovascular Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide: Current Status. 1967. Volume 51. Pages 180-192. PMID: 6019122.

M.F. Coomes, A.M., M.D. Peroxide of Hydrogen as a Hoemostatic. Louisville Medical Monthly. September, 1896.

“Hydrogen Peroxide Elicits Pulmonary Arterial Relaxation and Guanylate Cyclase Activation”, Theresa M. Burke and Michael S. Wolin, American Journal Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 1987, volume 252, issue 4, pages H721-H732.

B.E. Jay, J.W. Finney, G.A. Balla and J.T. Mallams. The Supersaturation of Biologic Fluids With Oxygen by the Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide. Texas Report Biol. & Med., 1964, Volume 22, pages 106-109.

D.C. White and P.R. Teasdale, Brit. J. Anaesth. The Oxygenation of Blood by Hydrogen Peroxide: In Vitro Studies. 1966, Volume 38, pages 339-344.

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