Intravenous Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) is an oxidative and antimicrobial treatment which helps to eliminate pathogenic microorganisms from the body. It is particularly useful in cases of pneumonia, emphysema, bronchitis, and other lung infections. This treatment can “debride” the lungs, which means to loosen and remove toxic deposits on lung tissue. It has also been successful in the treatment of: viral infections, yeast infections, bacterial infections, gangrene and diabetic skin ulcers, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, petrochemical toxicities, conditions of low tissue oxygenation, arterial plaque build-up (atherosclerosis), temporal arteritis, conditions of impaired metabolic rate, shingles, cancer and autoimmune diseases such as Lupus, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis and MS.
A treatment of intravenous H2O2 consists of 250 ml D5W solution (5% Dextrose in sterile water) to which is added 2.5 ml pharmaceutical grade 3.0% Hydrogen Peroxide, and 1 ml magnesium sulfate (500mg). This is infused intravenously over 90 minutes. In acute infections, this treatment should be done daily for 4-5 days (this may need repetition). In more chronic conditions it is administered once or twice weekly for 10-20 treatments or until symptoms improve. Double treatments can be administered over three hours in severe conditions.
Hydrogen peroxide is part of normal metabolism. Your body produces it constantly to ward of infections and toxicities. There are units in certain white blood cells called “peroxisomes” which produce H2O2. When the infective disease becomes obvious to the person who has the infection, the H2O2 defense mechanism already has been overwhelmed by the number of microbes (bacteria, virus, yeast) involved. This is why intravenous H2O2 is so effective. IV H2O2 has a remarkable clearing effect on the skin. After only a few IV treatments the skin often takes on a translucent clarity. It has been shown to successfully clear eczema, psoriasis, and other skin lesions.
Conditions which can be treated with H2O2 include those conditions treated with antibiotics, but without the serious toxicity often associated with antibiotics.
H2O2 has also been found to dissolve cholesterol and calcium deposits associated with atherosclerosis.