Subject: Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy
Date: Wed, April 6, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
Dear Mr. Adachi:
I am considering hydrogen peroxide therapy and agree with
your writing about the FDA. However, in reading "The Oxygen Prescription," by
Nathaniel Altman, he includes a quote from Dr. Farr (one of the most important
researchers of H202 therapy in the 1990s) in which Dr. Farr opposes oral use: "You're putting a fairly caustic substance into the intestinal tract, which, from
teh mouth to the rectum, is lined with highly sensitive, delicate, multi-purpose
mucous membrane. This membrane has some extremely important functions to perform.
Introduce a caustic substance like H202 even in the dilute concentrations that they
are using, and it scares me."
Also, another source states that you are at risk of hemolysis, the destruction of
red blood cells leading to anemia and therefore, hemoglobin and hematocrit must be
measured before and during treatment. (Source: Sept 2002 Consent Order for Dr.
Pittman, appearing before the NC Medical Ethics Board).
So, my question is, what is the worst that COULD happen if a person properly uses
35% food grade H202 in its diluted form (1-25 drops per pint or more of distilled
water)--to be sure there is no interaction of H202 with possible iron or other
mineral sources in other water sources?
Thank you for any insight. I am not finding the down side to this form of therapy,
which I believe is important to know whenever considering any remedies.
The best book on H2O2 therapy is the book from Dr William Campbell Douglass called Hydrogen Peroxide, Medical Miracle
You can gain tremendous benefit by inhaling 3% peroxide as mentioned in the articles posted to my site. Read it and see if you want to try it.
Drops are not a big worry for me if you use 3% and work up slowly. Inhaling is safer yet, in my opinion, so I would consider that way first.
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