Subject: looking for logical answers and releif
Date: Sat, April 13, 2013
To: Ken Adachi
I was exposed to CO [carbon monoxide] on December 24,2012. I experienced tightness of the chest and was unable to breathe properly. To date have been to 2 Hospitals, seen 2 pulmonologists and an 2 Allergist done many blood tests, chest x-rays, and CTscan and no one can tell me what is going on.
They say it is asthma (RAD) but to date have tried Albuterol, Atrovent, Advir, Solumedrol, Qvar, Singulair, Claritin and Nasonex and have had an allergic reaction. Prior to my exposure I was not allergic to any of these medications.
I have no problem inhaling 02 level is 97-100 but am unable to expel CO and levels vary from 1.5 to 3.2 I live in Pembroke Pines, Florida and would like to know if H2O2 would treat this kind of Carbon Monoxide poisoning or Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Thank you for your time.
I can't give you medical advice, but I can offer my speculation on your condition.
I'm not familiar with treatment of this condition or its aftermath, so everything I say here is pure guesswork.
Good info here on your condition
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_monoxide_poisoningp improve things.
I think the first thing I would do is look into hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatments. You might have to do many of them. That ought to help.
I don't think that breathing a mist of peroxide would hurt you and it may help improve your condition. You could also look into breathing the mist of colloidal silver and also CDS water, which is easy to make.
Get a carbon monoxide detector if you are in any danger of new exposure.
Personally, I wouldn't use the drugs. You need to find out why the CO level is above normal. Maybe due to linking with hemoglobin. Look into Chinese herbs that help improve breathing and lung capacity. They might help. Logic tells me that hyperbaric sessions should help purge the CO out of your hemoglobin.
Breathing the mist of peroxide, or CS or CDS water shouldn't hurt at all and may yield results
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Date: Mon, April 15, 2013
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