How to Cure Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease Permanently Using Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
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NOTE: Patients who have had organ transplants should not take Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide because it stimulates the immune system and can cause organ rejection.
At AlivenHealthy.com, we talk a lot about Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines as a core treatment for many diseases. Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide is one of the Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines that can be used to cure a number of different diseases, but this is not an extremely straightforward topic because it’s chemistry. And then that chemistry has to inserted into a human body and considered in terms of biology. In other words, if you aren’t willing to spend a little time to really try to understand how Reactive Oxygen Species work as medicines, you will probably be susceptible to the propaganda regarding these medicines. Because there is a ton of propaganda floating around out there online. Reactive Oxygen Species medicines are a huge threat to Big Pharma because they cure diseases that have been deemed incurable.
In summary, Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (35% concentration) works by oxidizing pathogens that have colonized areas of the body that cannot be reached by prescription antibiotics that a doctor would prescribe. Diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis that have been dubbed “autoimmune” can be cured using a substance like Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide because they are caused by infectious pathogens that living in areas of the body that can’t be reached using antibiotics that your doctor would prescribe.
Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide vs. Hydrogen Peroxide for Wound Care: What’s the Difference?
If you’re interested in using Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide as a cure for ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease, then you need to know the difference between the hydrogen peroxide for sale in pharmacies for wound care and the Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide that you would buy to clean fruits and vegetables or to take internally. The main difference between these two hydrogen peroxide products is the fact that hydrogen peroxide that’s found in pharmacies contains additives and “stabilizers” that can be harmful if you drink it. That’s why you need to purchase Food Grade hHydrogen Peroxide at 35% if you want to cure Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. You will not take Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide at a 35% concentration. Rather, you will mix a drop or two of this substance with water so that it is diluted down to only a 3% concentration.
In Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis forums, there are always commentators out there who say that taking hydrogen peroxide internally is “stupid” or a bad idea. And these people are right if they’re talking about the hydrogen peroxide that you buy at a pharmacy or in the grocery store. But Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide does not contain the same additives or stabilizers as the hydrogen peroxide that are readily available in pharmacies. Indeed, many people use a few drops of Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to clean fruits and vegetables and in doing so, they consume a small amount of this substance inadvertently. The human body produces natural hydrogen peroxide to fight disease, after all and, in fact, in Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis patients, hydrogen peroxide has been deployed in large quantities into the large intestine and small intestine. Scientific researchers have noted this fact, but instead of suspecting a colonizing pathogen that is living in the liver or the gallbladder as the main cause behind why the body has released natural hydrogen peroxide into the intestinal tissues, they just assume that the body is behaving erratically in an “autoimmune” fashion that is caused by some other, obscure problem that has yet to be discovered.
When I was a graduate student, the principle of parsimony still held some sway in scientific circles. This rule of parsimony states that scientists should consider the simplest theory to explain a given phenomenon. Autoimmunity is a wild theory that is applied to so many illnesses today that are caused by infection. Psoriasis, for example, is a disease that has long been correlated with infectious pathogens. For decades scientists have noted that strep throat infections can lead to the development of psoriasis. And other scientists have noted that though they could not find evidence of infection in the intestines of psoriasis patients (who often suffer horrible digestive problems), that they could find bits and pieces of bacteria in the intestines. And that these bits and pieces were extremely irritating to the colon. So irritating, in fact, that they often caused leaky gut syndrome. And then these bits and pieces of bacterial walls would end up in the bloodstream and eventually in the psoriasis plaques on the patient’s skin. About 90% of psoriasis patients experience a cure from the disease if they take ox bile supplements (which help the body digest the peptidoglycan bits and pieces fully so that they are no longer irritating the gut) and an even higher percentage of patients can cure the disease if they take a Reactive Oxygen Species medicine such as Chlorine Dioxide Solution and Dimethysulfoxide (DMSO) or Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide and DMSO to kill the pathogens that are living in the liver or the gallbladder.
The Colostrum Crohn’s Disease Cure
Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are also caused by an infection which is why many patients cure these diseases using high doses of colostrum. Colostrum supplements, after all, release hydrogen peroxide, which supports the body’s natural immune response to kill infectious pathogens once and for all.
Acidophilus Probiotics Release Hydrogen Peroxide to Prevent Disease and Infection
Lactobacillus bacteria such as the famous acidophilus probiotic release hydrogen peroxide into the gut to protect itself and other friendly bacteria from invading pathogens. Taking Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide can help these friendly probiotics to thrive in the colon by both supplying additional protection as well as oxygen resources for probiotic bacteria that love oxygen.
The Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Cure
So where are these infectious pathogens living and why can’t your doctor find them? Infectious pathogens often find their way into the liver, the gallbladder, or even the pancreas via the ducts that connect these organs to the intestines. Infectious pathogens may be pleiomorphic (they may change shape) when they take up residence in one of these organs so that the immune system has a harder time finding them. Doctors, as a result, may not be able to see them either. An example of a bacteria that lives in the digestive system and that changes shape is Helicobacter pylori, also known more famously as H. pylori. This bacteria changes shape based on the pH of the surrounding fluids, which makes it extremely resistant to antibiotics that doctors often prescribe to kill the spiral form of this bacteria. When H. pylori reverts into a more dormant, spherical (coccoid) shape, it becomes resistant to most antibiotics that a doctor would prescribe. So doctors often prescribe three or more antibiotics to try to inundate H. pylori with toxins in the hopes that the combination will be enough to overcome these coccoid forms of the bacteria. But often, the antibiotics fail to kill this form of H. pylori, but they nonetheless make the patient very ill.
Further, if bacteria, viruses, of fungi take up residence in a duct or inside an organ such as the liver, it can be extremely difficult to reach these microorganisms because the liver filters antibiotics out of the blood and breaks them down for removal from the body. Because the liver performs this important function (which prevent us from overdosing immediately on anything we put into our mouths or that’s applied to our skin), it is exceedingly difficult to deliver antibiotics to the liver intact to treat microorganisms that have taken up residence in there.
And on top of these challenges, your doctor must diagnose your disease before he can legally prescribe treatment for it. Before you can get reimbursed for your doctor’s visit and the prescription medication that your doctor prescribes, your doctor must prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that you have a disease based on your insurance company’s requirements. Your doctor can’t prescribe Chlorine Dioxide Solution or Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to kill a pathogen if he/she suspects that the pathogen is out of reach by antibiotics that have been approved for prescription if you haven’t gone through a full diagnostic work-up. If you don’t have a diagnosis of a specific pathogen, your doctor can’t prescribe the right antibiotic to kill that pathogen because the insurance company won’t accept treatment for a suspected illness. And also, most antibiotics have an extremely limited range of effects against only very specific types of pathogens. Reactive Oxygen Species, in contrast, can kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other types of pathogens too. And they can pass into the liver without being altered in any way. If you take DMSO (an FDA approved, over-the-counter medicine with a toxicity level similar to that of water) with your Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide, these two substances will be magnetically attracted to the pathogen and have full access even into the interior of human cells to kill viruses that may be in the process of reproducing.
So, there are many reasons why your doctor hasn’t found evidence of an infection in your digestive system despite the fact that you likely have pathogens living in your liver or gallbladder or possibly even your pancreas. Some of those reasons are political/economic while others are pragmatic and they have to do with pleiomorphism or the remote location where these organisms are hiding. Nonetheless, as a patient, you can treat yourself for an infection at home using Reactive Oxygen Species medicines such as Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide. And you can make this medicine stronger and more potent by taking it with DMSO.
A Natural Cure for Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease
Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide may not seem like a “natural cure” at first glance, but, in fact, the body produces hydrogen peroxide as a front-line defense against pathogens. So when you take Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to cure Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, you’re supporting your immune system. Indeed, Crohn’s patients and ulcerative colitis patients often have high levels of hydrogen peroxide already in the colon and small intestine.
Intestinal Irritation and Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines
Hydrogen peroxide is a tissue irritant. Chlorine Dioxide Solution and Ozone also have the ability to irritate tissues by exposing those tissues to singlet oxygen species. But hydrogen peroxide also has other important properties such as the ability to penetrate through human cell membranes. It is a powerful anti-microbial and a super-broad spectrum antibiotic. And it has the ability to attract human white blood cells to areas of the body that are ailing to help engage the human immune system in the battle against infection.
But because Crohn’s disease sufferers and ulcerative colitis sufferers experience regular and frequent intestinal irritation, they are understandably concerned about possibly causing more inflammation and irritation in the gut by taking a substance such as Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide internally. Indeed, many scientists note that natural hydrogen peroxide released by colon cells causes “irritation” in the lining of the gut, but they have failed to also note that hydrogen peroxide, as a potent “apoptotic” agent, has the ability to encourage sick cells to die in order to make room for new healthy cells. One study that looked at the effects of an even more powerful Reactive Oxygen Species medicine, Ozone, noted that in addition to anti-bacterial and anti-microbial effects of ozone against infectious pathogens in the gut (while leaving healthy gut flora unharmed), ozone, like hydrogen peroxide, was able to cause short-term “impairment of cell survival” in damaged cells to stimulate cell turnover and the growth of new, healthy cells. Hydrogen peroxide works in a similar manner in the gut to first cause damaged human cells to die via singlet oxygen production and then promote the growth of new, healthier cells by also supplying higher levels of oxygen during the repair process.
Ozone treatments are used to treat inflammatory bowel disease in some European countries and this type of treatment is in the same class of medicine as Chlorine Dioxide Solution and Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide. If you can’t travel to a clinic that offers ozone therapy for Crohn’s disease or colitis, consider instead using Chlorine Dioxide Solution or Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide as an alternative.
Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine is a real specialty in medicine that is being funded by Big Pharma to find substances that can release hydrogen peroxide, singlet oxygen species, and other free radicals that are identical to the singlet oxygen species and free radicals that our bodies release to kill pathogens. Essentially, this system of medicine deals with oxygen and nitrogen “species” that are especially reactive in the body against acidic microorganisms and cancer cells that are more acidic than our normal, healthy cells.
Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine has never made it into the mainstream marketplace because it cures disease, which means that it isn’t a very profitable system of medicine. As a result, few people are aware that this system of medicine even exists. Indeed, Reactive Oxygen Species medicines tend to have an extremely powerful and broad spectrum of action against not just bacteria, but also viruses, fungi, and other pathogenic microorganisms. They work by releasing reactive oxygen species that can travel to remote areas of the body that are normally not reachable by antibiotics.
But you might be wondering, why can’t antibiotics reach every corner of the human body to kill infection? Let me explain:
White blood cells in the body produce singlet oxygen species to kill pathogens when we’re first exposed to a disease. It doesn’t really matter what the offending pathogen is when that first moment of exposure happens. White blood cells run to the rescue and begin releasing these singlet oxygen species and other free radicals and reactive oxygen species because in the vast majority of cases, pathogens that infect the human body have an acidic pH and a chemical make-up that is attractive to the electrical charge of these reactive oxygen species. When these singlet oxygen species make contact with the pathogen, a tiny explosion happens and the pathogen is killed.
White blood cells release these singlet oxygen species to give the body time to examine the pathogen that has invaded the body and develop antibodies against it. The antibodies, of course, are more targeted toward the specific pathogen in question. But without these singlet oxygen species and other reactive oxygen species that are released by white blood cells that are standing guard as our front-line defense, we would quickly die of infection.
White blood cells and the singlet oxygen species they release have privileged access to areas of the body such as the liver, the gallbladder, and the kidneys. Normally, these organs specifically function as “organs of detoxification”. They work to remove substances like antibiotics and other drugs, toxins, dead pathogens, and other substances that don’t belong in the body. The liver, in particular, works to transform and break down substances like antibiotics into less toxic forms and because the liver does this work, it often does not receive the medicinal effects of antibiotic medicines. The gallbladder, as the liver’s sidekick, also does not receive full-strength medicinal assistance from antibiotic medications. As such, these two organs make an excellent place for certain pathogens to hide and “colonize”. Once a pathogen colonizes the body, the immune system is downgraded and other pathogens start to move into other organs too.
But while antibiotics cannot always reach the liver or the gallbladder, the kidneys, or the pancreas and other organs easily to get rid of “colonies” of bacteria that are downgrading our immune system, singlet oxygen species and other reactive oxygen species can. They can reach these organs to kill colonizing pathogens because our bodies already have a system in place for using these chemical “species” to kill pathogens. They flow easily through the circulatory system to reach all areas of the body. And while reactive oxygen species are naturally charged (electrically) to be attracted to pathogens (which have an opposite charge), combining them with the tree medicine known as Dimethylsulfoxide / DMSO makes them even more effective and more targeted. Combining DMSO with Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide allows these Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines to not only gain admittance to the liver and the gallbladder, but also to gain admittance to the interior of human and pathogenic cells. In other words, if a virus has infected one of your human cells to reproduce itself and manufacture more viruses, DMSO is a medicine that combines easily with the singlet oxygen species released by Hydrogen Peroxide to ensure that these singlet oxygens can go directly into human cells to kill the viruses, while literally cleaning toxins out of the human cell in order to leave that cell in a healthier condition when it finishes its work.
How to Use Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to Cure Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
Singlet oxygen species, reactive oxygen species, and certain free radicals are released when a person uses Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine. There are a number of different types of treatments that involve reactive oxygen species that have been used successfully to cure supposedly incurable diseases like ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. These include:
- Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
- Chlorine Dioxide Solution (also known as Miracle Mineral Solution)
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Colloidal Silver
- Colostrum (colostrum contains hydrogen peroxide)
After years of being called “bleach” by uninformed non-chemists in the media who were unaware of the fact that they were whetting their lips with water that likely contained small quantities of Chlorine Dioxide as a water purifying agent, Chlorine Dioxide Solution / Miracle Mineral Solution has finally become famous throughout the world as a cure for COVID-19 and other major diseases. And now that the public is finally discovering this Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine that is, in fact, quite safe for human use (including for use in pregnant women, lactating women, infants, and children–thus its use as a water purifier) the Australian government has created obstacles to restrict public access to it. Luckily, there are a number of Chlorine Dioxide alternatives such as Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide, Ozone Therapy, or even Artemisia annua herbal treatments that have similar effects on the body.
Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide is a good Chlorine Dioxide alternative for anyone who is looking for a Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine that can be used to cure Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide is a non-radical Reactive Oxygen Species that ultimately releases chemical “species” (don’t let this term confuse you—these chemicals are not alive, though they do have quite a personality!) into the body that can travel wherever they need to go to remove pathogens that are causing the symptoms of ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease.
Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide 35% Dosage
You will use your Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide 35% to create a 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide that is safe to take by mouth. Follow the instructions below to make your 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide into a solution with a 3% concentration:
- Pour 1 ounce of 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide into a pint jar.
- Add 11 ounces non-chlorinated water
Now you have 12 ounces of a 3% solution of Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide.
You will add drops of this solution to non-chlorinated water (to taste) along with DMSO. Follow the dosing protocol below for adults and increase the dose slowly. If you begin to experience symptoms of detoxification (where toxins that are released by dead pathogens build up in the body because the liver and kidneys cannot keep up with the work), cut the dose in half and stay at that dose until the symptoms resolve (usually 1 to 3 days). Then, increase the dose again slowly according to the schedule below.
Take each dose on an empty stomach. Do not take other supplements such as vitamins or minerals at the same time that you take your Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide doses. Ideally, you should take your Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide doses either 3 hours after meals or 1 hour before meals. If you have food in the stomach, the hydrogen peroxide may react with bacteria in the food to cause nausea, indigestion, and vomiting.
To cover the aftertaste, consider putting either a drop of peppermint essential oil or cinnamon essential oil on the tongue after administration.
Before officially starting the treatment protocol, begin with a Starting Protocol at lower doses of Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to kill small numbers of pathogens initially and to alert your immune system to the fact that you’re now treating the infection. Below is the Starting Protocol for Hydrogen Peroxide treatment:
Day 1: Take 1 drops, 3 times per day.
Day 2: Take 1 drop, 3 times per day.
Day 3: Take 2 drops, 3 times per day.
Day 4: Take 2 drops, 3 times per day.
Day 5: Take 2 drops, 3 times per day.
Now you can officially begin Treatment Level Doses of Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide for Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and colorectal cancer according to the following schedule:
Day 1: Take 3 drops, 3 times per day. Add 3 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 2: Take 4 drops, 3 times per day. Add 4 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 3: Take 5 drops, 3 times per day. Add 5 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 4: Take 6 drops, 3 times per day. Add 6 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 5: Take 7 drops, 3 times per day. Add 7 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 6: Take 8 drops, 3 times per day. Add 8 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 7: Take 9 drops, 3 times per day. Add 9 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 8: Take 10 drops, 3 times per day. Add 10 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 9: Take 12 drops, 3 times per day. Add 12 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 10: Take 14 drops, 3 times per day. Add 14 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 11: Take16 drops, 3 times per day. Add 16 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 12: Take 18 drops, 3 times per day. Add 18 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 13: Take 20 drops, 3 times per day. Add 20 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 14: Take 22 drops, 3 times per day. Add 22 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 15: Take 24 drops, 3 times per day. Add 24 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 16: Take 25 drops, 3 times per day. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 17: Take 25 drops, 3 times per day. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 18: Take 25 drops, 3 times per day. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 19: Take 25 drops, 3 times per day. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 20: Take 25 drops, 3 times per day. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 21: Take 25 drops, 3 times per day. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
After you have been treating yourself with Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide for 21 days, evaluated how you’re feeling. Serious diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis or colorectal cancer may require longer period of treatment. Continue taking 25 drops, 3 times per day for up to 6 months until you feel like your health is fully restored. Then do the Maintenance Program for Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide.
The Maintenance Program for Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide:
Day 22: No dose
Day 23: Take 25 drops once daily. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 24: No dose
Day 25: Take 25 drops once daily. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 26: No dose.
Day 27: Take 25 drops once daily. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 28: No dose.
Day 29: Take 25 drops once daily. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 30: No dose.
Day 31: No dose.
Day 32: Take 25 drops once daily. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 33: No dose.
Day 34: No dose.
Day 35: Take 25 drops once daily. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 36: No dose
Day 37: No dose
Day 38: No dose
Day 39: Take 25 drops once daily. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
Day 40: No dose
Day 41: No dose
Day 42: Take 25 drops once daily. Add 25 drops of DMSO after adding water.
At this point, patients may wish to lower the dose to between 5 to 15 drops weekly to prevent disease.
Other Important Information:
If you experience an upset stomach, headaches, achiness, or other symptoms of detoxification during treatment, do not stop the program. Rather, cut your dose in half and continue to take the hydrogen peroxide dose until the symptoms resolve (usually 1 to 3 days).
Taking 3 to 4 lecithin capsules at the same time that you take the Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide can help reduce nausea.
It is common for patients to experience symptoms of detoxification (also known as a healing crisis or Herxheimer Reaction) during treatment with Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide. Symptoms include:
- Skin eruptions
- Cold or flu-like symptoms
These symptoms are caused by an overload of toxins released by dead pathogens that exceed your body’s ability to eliminate them quickly enough. Do not quit taking Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide if you experience detox symptoms. Rather, reduce your dose by half and wait for the symptoms to resolve. Drink plenty of water and consider using an enema daily or even up to 3 times per day to encourage fast elimination of waste products from the colon. Enemas can also be used to alkalize the body, which makes it even easier for singlet oxygen species from Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to find pathogens and eliminate them. Pure water enemas or coffee enemas are a helpful tool when using Reactive Oxygen Species medicine.
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