have a serious ailment, don’t fool around. You need to find a qualified medical doctor to guide you to improved health.
Hydrogen peroxide can be administered by intravenous infusion to help improve a wide range
of health conditions. Many studies have shown that intravenous hydrogen peroxide will kill bacteria, viruses, fungi,
parasites and has also been shown to destroy certain tumors. Hydrogen peroxide can be considered a universal agent which
can almost always be tried for an illness, often with remarkable success. Many different pathological conditions seem
to respond to intravenous therapy.
If you have a serious ailment,
seek out a properly trained physician who has been taught exactly how to safely administer hydrogen peroxide intravenously.
Dr. Kurt Donsbach
Inspired by research provided by Walter Grotz, Dr.
Kurt Donsbach incorporated the use of intravenous infusions of hydrogen peroxide into the protocols used in his alternative
care treatment centers around the world where literally hundreds of thousands of people have benefitted from the use of hydrogen
"In pioneering this technique on a broad scale, I became so confident and impressed
with the results of the infusion of hydrogen peroxide that I began using it in every conceivable form of disease known to
man with some startlingly good results. Clinical evidence has overwhelmingly convinced me that the use of hydrogen peroxide
is a valuable adjunct in the treatment of cancer."
Click on the link below to listen to an audio recording by Dr. Kurt Donsbach.
“We have given intravenous infusions of hydrogen
peroxide in a variety of pathological conditions. Infection, allergy reactions, flu syndromes and other toxic phenomena had
rapid improvement from their morbid state with infusion of hydrogen peroxide without further treatment. No distinct
group of patients or classifications of disease at this time can be considered the ‘proper selections’.
Since intravenous infusions of hydrogen peroxide provide oxygenation to highly toxic tissue, kill or inhibit certain bacteria,
yeast, viruses, protozoa and parasites, and, since it has a stimulatory effect on the immune system, many different pathological
conditions seem to respond to intravenous peroxide therapy.” (Charles H. Farr,
The hydrogen peroxide therapy procedure is very simple.
The combination is administered slowly, by intravenous infusion, over 90 to 120 minutes. When properly performed,
hydrogen peroxide therapy is comfortable, safe and effective. Hydrogen peroxide therapy has a cumulative effect so that
each treatment builds on and enhances the effects of previous treatments. For acute problems, frequent treatment may
be necessary initially.
Be aware that many medical professionals are unfamiliar with the proper protocols
that enable one to safely and effective administer hydrogen peroxide intravenously. Many medical professionals
argue that hydrogen peroxide can damage the veins. As with any intravenous procedure, this is possible, but it
can only occur if the procedure is not performed according to the proper protocols. Many have been grossly misinformed
and they believe that such therapy will result in creation of a gas embolism which might cause a stroke as a result of gas
bubbles traveling to the brain. This problem is caused by nitrogen gas, not hydrogen peroxide. Others inaccurately
believe that hydrogen peroxide is a free radical and can cause oxidative damage. Simply not true. These opinions are
erroneous and are based on misinformation and/or ignorance on their part.
During and after the procedure, many people experience a sense of well being or a gentle floating sensation. Some, who have
lung problems, may experience a mild “fizzy” sensation in their chest. Since your blood contains more oxygen
during and immediately after hydrogen peroxide therapy, some people notice improved skin color. If your blood was drawn
at this time, it would appear more bright red than usual due to the increased oxygen content. You may leave the clinic
after completion of the hydrogen peroxide therapy. It will not interfere with your ability to drive.
Some patients receiving intravenous hydrogen peroxide therapy often report that lights
and colors seem to be brighter. They also experience improved mental clarity, mild feelings of euphoria and elation,
easier breathing and a sense of relaxation. These responses begin about ten to fifteen minutes after the start of intravenous
hydrogen peroxide therapy. The reaction can last for as long as five to six hours after the infusion has ended.
Qualified practitioners are taught a very specific protocol. They use hydrogen
peroxide that is prepared in a very specific way. To prepare the intravenous solutions, many physicians start
with 30% reagent grade hydrogen peroxide. The 30% solution is diluted with an equal amount of distilled water to make
a 15% solution. This 15% solution is passed through a Millipore 0.22mm medium flow filter for removal of particulate matter.
One quarter of a milliliter of the 15% hydrogen peroxide is added to 100ml of 5% dextrose in water. This results in a 0.0375%
hydrogen peroxide, 5% dextrose solution that is then used in the intravenous solutions. Some practitioners add other ingredients.
Magnesium is commonly added because it seems to reduce the possibility of irritations at the injection site. Vitamin
C is NOT added. The final solution is given intra-venously or intra-arterially. DO NOT try this at home!
Please be aware that INTRAVENOUS HYDROGEN PEROXIDE THERAPY IS ABSOLUTELY NOT
APPROPRIATE FOR DOGS! Humans and other animals have enzyme systems that enable them to handle
and benefit from intravenous hydrogen peroxide therapy. CANINES DO NOT! Many people have reported that oral use of hydrogen peroxide by animals is safe and beneficial (See our page
on farm uses for cows, pigs, chickens, etc.) Please consult a true expert in the field before you consider intravenous infusions
for your pets or other animals. Listen to the audio recording below for further information.
Dr. Rowen below explains a procedure that is known as autohemotherapy.
This procedure is most often done using ozone, but it can also be performed using hydrogen peroxide or ultraviolet radiation.
Apparatus: 60 cc glass syringe No. 25 Butterfly needles with 3-9" connecting tubing Heparin sodium without preservatives: 1000
USP units per cc for each syringe of blood; or sodium citrate 5-100 cc plastic syringe with No. 25, 1" needles; for saline
solution Silk tape to hold Butterfly needle at the anticubital area of the arm Rubber tourniquet for upper arm or blood pressure
Procedure: Tie off the
upper arm with the rubber tourniquet or use the cuff attach 5-10 cc syringe with normal saline to the Butterfly needle and
insert into the most visible vein in the anticubital fossa inject 2-3 cc of saline to see that the needle is well into the
vein. Secure the Butterfly needle with silk tape. Withdraw 1.0 cc of Heparin sodium into the 60 cc syringe. Turn on the ozone
generator with oxygen only to purge the system. Turn on ozone generator to produce ozone. Insert tip of syringe into outlet
of ozone generator and draw in 30 cc of ozone. Put a No. 25 needle on the syringe. Insert the Butterfly needle into the vein
and open the tourniquet the saline syringe and attach the 60 cc syringe with ozone in it. Retie the tourniquet and then slowly
fill the syringe to make the blood mix with the ozone. The blood will turn bright red. Untie the tourniquet and then slowly
inject the blood over 5 minutes. Remove the 60 cc syringe from the tubing to the Butterfly needle and re-attach the 5-10 cc
syringe of saline inject 5 cc of saline to wash the blood back through the needle. If desired, repeat twice with further injections
of Heparin and ozone. Remove butterfly needle and apply cotton ball to injection site.
Other methods of ozone therapy:
Ear insufflation is used for ear nose and throat problems, the
sinuses and brain and problems such as ear infections, head colds, tinnitus, headaches, sinusitis, hearing loss, vertigo,
eye diseases such as retinitis pigmentosa, Menieres disease. It involves placing an ear piece into the ear which directs ozone
into the area. It is completely painless.
Vaginal insufflation is used for disorders
of the female reproductive area, i.e. vaginal, uterine, ovarian or lower abdominal problems including thrush, endometriosis,
pelvic inflammatory diseases, fibroids. It involves inserting a small catheter as far into the area as is comfortable and
guiding ozone into it at a low flow rate (i.e. slowly). This method is completely painless and will not cause discomfort of
any kind. For reasons of discretion, the catheter is inserted by the client herself. This method is also used where heat in
contraindicated, as it is a valid method of introducing ozone for the whole body. This method is not at all intrusive, the
practitioner does not need to stay in the room while the insufflation takes place, and the patient does not experience discomfort
of any kind. This method is used to help female problems of all kinds - from endometriosis to thrush.
insufflation introduces ozone via the rectum. It is used for colon problems (though directing ozone with a funnel externally
can produce equally good results in many cases and is more enjoyable).
Please click on the link below to download a (printer friendly)
list of practitioners who can provide hydrogen peroxide therapy. PLEASE... If you find any errors on this list,
or if you know of any other practitioners, please let us know.
The following practitioners are Members of the American College for Advancement in Medicine. According to their online
profiles, these practitioners provide Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy.
Louis K. Hauber, MD Medical Arts Bldg. Rd. #8, Ste. 240
Kittanning, PA 16201 Ph: 724-543-1043
Roy E. Kerry, MD Ear Nose Throat & Allergy Associates,
PC 17 Sixth Ave. Greenville, PA 16125 Ph: 724-588-2600 Fax: 724-588-6427 <email@example.com>
* Arthur L. Koch, DO 57 W. Juniper St. Hazleton, PA 18201 Ph: 570-455-4747 Fax: 570-455-6312
Jasbir Ahluwalia, MD Women's Health 1191 South Loop Stephenville, TX 76401 Ph:
254-968-8851 Fax: 254-968-0998 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Rolando G. Arafiles, MD 202 James Coleman
Dr., Ste. 4 Victoria, TX 77904 Ph: 361-570-3641 Fax: 361-570-3644
Daniel J. Boyle, II, DO Progressive
Therapeutic Alternative Medicine 11118 Wurzbach, #203 San Antonio, TX 78230 Ph: 210-690-6393 Fax: 210-690-6394
William P. Coleman, MD ATHA Braxos-Health & Life Center 512 Meadowlake
Ctr. Waco, TX 76712 Ph: 254-772-5353 Fax: 254-776-9729
Ronald M. Davis, MD 5002 Todville Seabrook, TX 77586 Ph: 281-474-3495 Fax: 281-474-2711 <email@example.com> John E. Galewaler, DO
Whitesboro Family Clinic 34 Charlie Dr. Whitesboro, TX 76273 Ph: 903-564-3503 Fax: 903-564-9547
C. Richard Massey, MD Integrative Medical Center 111 N. Eagle St. Fredericksburg, TX 78624 Ph:
830-990-9254 Fax: 830-997-2579
Joseph McWherter, MD Energy Health Centre 1307 8th Ave., #204 Ft. Worth, TX 76104 Ph: 817-927-2511 Fax: 817-924-0167 <firstname.lastname@example.org >
MD Austin Rejuvination Center 911 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. 205 Austin, TX 78757 Ph: 512-451-8149 Fax:
Darrell Shaw, RPh ATHA Brazos-Health & Life Center 512 Meadowlake Center Waco,
TX 76712 Ph: 254-772-5353 Fax: 254-772-5358
Benjamin Thurman, MD Natural Med. & Wellness Clinic 610 S. Abe, Ste. A San Angelo, TX 76903 Ph: 915-481-0597 Fax: 915-481-0597
Michael E. Truman,
DO Holistic Wellness Center 2401 Canton Dr. Ft. Worth, TX 76112 Ph: 817-446-5500 Fax: 817-446-5509
Denise E. Bruner, MD 5015 Lee Highway, Ste. 201 Arlington, VA 22207 Ph: 703-558-4949 Fax: 703-558-4980
E. Aubrey Murden, MD Alternative Integrated
Medicine 4020 Raintree Road, Ste. C Chesapeake, VA 23321 Ph: 757-488-9900 Fax: 757-405-3025 <email@example.com>
Joan M. Resk, DO To Life! 5249 Clearbrook Lane Roanoke, VA 24014-6637 Ph: 540-776-8331 Fax:
Jonathan Collins, MD 12911120th Ave., NE, #A-50 Kirkland, W A 98034 Ph: 425-820-0547 Fax: 425-820-0259 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Stephen C. Kennedy, MD Health Initiatives,
Inc. 615 SE Chkalov Dr., Ste. #14 Vancouver, WA 98683 Ph: 360-256-4566 Fax: 360-253-3060 <email@example.com>
Stephen Markus, MD Moss Bay Center 1540 140th Ave., NE Bellevue, W A 98005 Ph: 425-644-6048 Fax:. 425-641-2721
Donald Lee McCabe, DO Freeland Medical Center 1689 E. Main St. Freeland,
W A 98249 Ph: 360-331-4424 Fax: 360-331-1679 < firstname.lastname@example.org>
Roberto Cesat Leite, MD Rva Da Paz, 51- Alto Da XV Curitiba, PR 80060-1-60 BRAZIL Ph: 011-55-41~264-4740 Fax: 011-55-41-264-8447
* Jim Chan, ND, DiPi, AC #101 -
3380 Maguinna Dr. Vancouver, BC V5S 4C6 CANADA Ph: 604-435-3786 Fax: 604-436-2426
J. Ewing, ND 2431 Clearbrook Rd. Abbotsford, BC V2T 2X9 CANADA Ph: 604-504-1978 Fax: 604-504-1868 <email@example.com>
* Christoph Kind, ND 3738 Minto Rd. Courtenay, BC V9N 8H9 CANADA Ph: 250-336-8349 Fax: 250-336-8748 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
J. William La Valley, MD Medical
Wellness Centre Box 2020 Chester, NS BOJ 1JO CANADA Ph: 902-275-4555 Fax: 902-275-4555
Thao Nuygen, ND HOC Progressive Medical Products #621 - P.O. Box 8000 Abbotsforg, BC V2S 6H1 CANADA Ph: 604-850-0740 Fax: 604-850-3344
Zayg Ratansi, ND HOC Progressive Medical Products #621
- P.O. Box 8000 Abbotsforg, BC V2S 6H1 CANADA Ph: 604-850-0740 Fax: 604-850-3344
G. Swetlikoff, ND Kelowna Naturopathic Clinic 160-1855 Kirschner Rd. Kelowna, BC VI Y 4N7 CANADA Ph: 250-868-2205 Fax: 250-868-2099 < email@example.com>
Wickman, DO, ND Stanwick, SA Casilla 17-07-9112 Quito, ECUADOR Ph: 593-224-1274 Fax: 593-244-1254
John G. Ionescu, PhD Spezialklinik Neukirchen Krankenhausstr. 9 Neukirchen b.HI.Blut 93454 GERMANY Ph: 011-49-9947-28122 Fax: 011-49-9947-28109 < info@spezialk linikneukirchen.de>
Fernando Agundez, MD Consultorio Medico 634-A Madero Ave. Mexicali, Baja California
MEXICO 21100 Ph: 888-258-0212