Oral, Vaporizer, and Intravenous Hydrogen Peroxide as a Natural Treatment for Emphysema
DISCLAIMER: Always consult a doctor before undergoing treatment of any kind.
Though it is possible to take hydrogen peroxide for the treatment of emphysema, intravenous infusion is a more effective method of administration. Below are the methods of administration that can be used to improve emphysema symptoms.
How to Vaporize Hydrogen Peroxide
Food grade hydrogen peroxide at a 35% concentration can be used into a cold-vaporizer and set beside the bed to improve nighttime breathing for people with emphysema. To vaporize hydrogen peroxide, add 1 gallon of non-chlorinated water to the vaporizer. Then add 1 ounce of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide and set the vaporizer close to the bedside. If you have a lower concentration of hydrogen peroxide (for example, 3%), put 12 times more hydrogen peroxide into the gallon of water to achieve a similar level of concentration.
Hydrogen Peroxide Intravenous Infusion
Intravenous infusions of hydrogen peroxide can cleanse the inner lining of the lungs in emphysema patients to give them the ability to breathe. Intravenous infusions of hydrogen peroxide begin to work within minutes. The hydrogen peroxide bubbles up through the membrane lining of the lungs into the lung sacs and through the mucus that is making it hard for the lungs to absorb oxygen. The patient then begins to cough up this mucus and toxic materials that have accumulated in the lungs. Bacterial infection that has developed in the lungs as a result of emphysema is killed by the release of reactive oxygen species by the hydrogen peroxide.
A doctor should perform the intravenous infusion of hydrogen peroxide and the infusion should be regulated carefully. The patient’s coughing and lung cleansing can be turned on and then turned off by turning the hydrogen peroxide infusion on and off.
Many patients who have received this type of treatment from a qualified doctor are able to get rid of their wheelchair and supplemental oxygen to live relatively normal lives. For information about doctors that provide hydrogen peroxide infusion treatments to cure emphysema, contact:
International Bio-Oxidative Medicine Foundation (IBOM)
Oklahoma City, OK 73113
Other Important Links: