Hydrogen peroxide III

I can get high on the hy of hydrogen peroxide, for it is to me one of Mother Nature’s miracles. It’s been a subject of near intrigue for most all of my life. But don’t get me wrong, I know next to nothing about the stuff, other than the simple fact that it is dirt cheap, it works when properly prescribed, with the appropriate solution not mixed with chlorinated water (use rain water or distilled). And once again I make no apologies for sneaking snippets of explanatory information from, The  Many  Benefits of Hydrogen Peroxide by Dr. David G. Williams.

But when a dying daughter leaves home, with the “big C” ravaging both bowel and brain, with the prognosis of only five months to live and 18 months later returns completely cured, and so remains beyond 20 years, I think it is time to rejoice. And this by simply self-administering intravenously the substance whose chemical formula is H203 (ozone) consisting  of three atoms of oxygen; one more than H202 (hydrogen peroxide) which has one more than water (H20).  I have a tendency to agree that it is one of the greatest healing miracles of all time.

By providence my daughter stumbled on a small clinic operating in the hinterlands of a third world urban community. The clinic was opened then and there simply because the doctor in charge wanted to practise a simple procedure that was still beyond the suburbs of recognition by the medical profession in both Canada and United States. It still teeters, today, on unpopular thresholds.

Dr. Lucas, (a pseudonym) was successfully treating victims of both HIV and cancer at a cost that even the poorest of the poor could afford. The ozone cost less than the injection needles. My daughter was shown how to properly administer simply by volunteering to act as his receptionist during the six month time that she underwent treatment. She volunteered for an additional year, just to show a token of appreciation, while she regained her weight and her strength.

I lack the ascension of education, especially in the field of chemistry, to warrant the attachment of a bowl of alphabet soup to  the ass end of my name as credibility. But I do know that hydrogen peroxide is not a drug, it is not addictive in any way, brags of no patent, which allows no fixation of price; and risking the possibility of having stones thrown through my street  fronting  windows by those who are brainwashed by the big multinational drug companies, I’ll add; when used as directed, by those of experience, it works.

When exposed to other compounds hydrogen peroxide breaks down readily. The extra oxygen atom is released leaving H20 (water). In nature oxygen (O2) consists of two atoms – a very stable combination. A single atom of oxygen, however, is very reactive and is referred to as a free radical. Over the past several years, we’ve continually read that these free radicals are responsible for all types of ailments and even premature aging. What many writers seem to forget, however, is that our bodies create and use free radicals to destroy harmful bacteria, viruses, and fungi. In fact, the cells responsible for fighting infection and foreign invaders in the body (your white blood cells) make hydrogen peroxide and use it to oxidize any offending culprits. The intense bubbling you see when hydrogen peroxide comes in contact with a bacterial-laden cut or wound is the oxygen being released and bacteria being destroyed. The ability of our cells to produce hydrogen peroxide is essential to life, H202 is not some undesirable by-product or toxin, but instead it is a basic requirement for good health.

Now before my copy editors start throwing additional stones through my near street windows for motor-mouthing valuable space, let me suggest that you start saving your pennies ’cause my new book will be off the presses and ready for pick up, long before this issue reaches, however, whenever, your door.

Take care, ’cause we care.




Barrie Hopkins