Hydrogen Peroxide Cancer Care
Hydrogen peroxide therapy is considered an oxidative therapy. Oxidation is utilized to eliminate bacteria, viruses, cancer, and fungus. Hydrogen peroxide is used in such a way to naturally boost the ability of the body to kill off cancer cells or any other cells that are suspect (Douglass, 1992).
Cancer cannot thrive in the presence of oxygen, and therefore IV hydrogen peroxide is a potent anti-cancer treatment, one that is used alone, but which can also be used in conjunction with other treatments.
Dr. William Koch and Otto Warburg have claimed that blocking or impairing the oxidative process in enzymes and cells allows for fermentation of sugar and it is this fermentation within these cells that is a major contributor to cancer.
How It Works
The cells in your body that fight infection called granulocytes produce peroxide as a first line defense against every single type of invading organism, including viruses, bacteria, parasites and yeast. H202 is involved in all of life’s vital processes, including the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, fat as well as vitamins and minerals.
When given IV, hydrogen peroxide breaks down very rapidly in the bloodstream into oxygen. It does this by reacting with catalase, an enzyme that is abundant in both plasma cells and red blood cells and is significantly elevated in diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. As it reacts with catalase, it releases oxygen. The blood then becomes supersaturated with oxygen, which is the key to healing because these injured cells are literally starved for oxygen.
Effective prevention and treatment of these diseases depends upon the restoration and maintenance of the normal oxidative process.
Douglass, W. C. (1992). Hydrogen Peroxide: Medical Miracle (2nd ed.). Second Opinion Publishing, Inc.