Hydrogen peroxide is a chemical compound with formula of H2O2. Since its discovery, it was widely used in medicine and employed to treat many diseases, such as whooping cough, cholera, typhoid fever, ulcers, tuberculosis, and asthma.
2. How the Hydrogen Peroxide Works
It is well-established that tumor cells survive well under low level of oxygen, a situation known as tumor hypoxia. The consumption of hydrogen peroxide, either orally or by injection, results in increasing of oxygen content of the blood and body tissues dramatically. The tumor cells cannot survive in oxygen-rich environments. Hydrogen peroxide also stimulates immune cells, which attack cancer cells as they attempt to spread throughout the body.
Here is the suggested hydrogen peroxide application procedure:
1) Purchase 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide.
2) Prepare 1% hydrogen peroxide solution and drink 100 ml the 1% hydrogen peroxide solution daily for one week. Observe the body reaction carefully. If there are sick symptoms, stop using it and reduce hydrogen peroxide to 0.5%. If there are not side effects, increase hydrogen peroxide to 2% and use it for one week, then increase hydrogen peroxide to 3% and use it as necessary.
Please remember that the hydrogen peroxide that is available at your local pharmacy (3% hydrogen peroxide) should not be ingested orally, since it contains many stabilizers. The only grade recommended for internal use is 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide, which must be properly diluted down to 3% or less with water.
Large oral doses of hydrogen peroxide at a 3% concentration may cause irritation and blistering to the mouth, throat, and abdomen as well as abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Intravenous injection of hydrogen peroxide must be monitored carefully.