knowledge is power....

with that in mind, there are certain things I believe everyone of us should know.
The information below is from research and first hand experience. I've included links, so
please check it out for yourself.

Oxygen Therapy
The theory is simple: the oxygen in our environment has been seriously depleted over the course of mankind; machines, automobiles, trains, planes, and industry pump tons of poisonous gases into our atmosphere, depleting the oxygen, year after year. Our bodies have mutated at the cellular level to deal with this general lack of oxygen. Virus' and other ailments like cancer, HIV, staph, etc. are all anaerobic (meaning they survive without oxygen). If we flood our bodies WITH oxygen, then these anaerobic illnesses CANNOT survive.

There are many different kinds of oxygen therapy - some being more aggressive than others. The most aggressive type is Ozone Therapy. Ozone is 3 molecules of oxygen or O3. They have been doing this type of therapy in Germany since the mid 1950's. Certified doctors withdraw blood, put it in a machine and mix it with the O3 and then put it back into the body. As far as I know, this type of therapy is not done in this country.

For the past eight years, I've been taking medical grade hydrogen peroxide (h2O2) intravenously whenever I start feeling sick. The h2O2 is in an i. v. bag, and is administered as a normal i.v. drip. This puts oxygen (h2O2 is two molecules of oxygen) directly into my bloodstream, thus killing any illness swimming around in there. Since I've started oxygen therapy, I have quit taking antibiotics. Antibiotics can build up in a person's system making them less effective over time, as well as polluting the body. I don't really have the need for them, as the oxygen therapy "heals" me every time.

Ok, great. Then why isn't this information widely known or happily embraced by the medical community? Four words; sickness is big business. The men in power (ie.. pharmaceutical companies/lobbyist) can't figure out how to patton oxygen - a natural occurring element - therefore, they can't figure out how to make money on it.

Ed McCabe is a leading educator in the field of oxygen therapy. I got most of my background information from his books and videos. Please check this out for yourself. All of the information above is not medical advice, I am simply trying to give you more information to form your own opinions. I am a believer. It has worked and is still working for me.





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and if you are still curious, just type "oxygen therapy" into your fav search engine... cheers to knowledge!









I was introduced to Chelation (kee-la-shen) around the same time as oxygen therapy. It is administered intravenously as well. As it travels through the body, it attracts all the toxins and metals from the system and sends them packing through the kidneys. Chelation opens the arteries and improves blood flow. Most of the people in the clinic where I take h2O2 are doing chelation. They are older citizens who have been told they have to have by-pass surgery and are opting for an alternative. In speaking with these men and women, they say their doctors are astonished at their progress after 30-40 treatments. Most are given a renewed lease on life.

I just started chelation as maintenance since my family (both sides) have long histories with heart disease.

**The following is taken from**

Chelation Therapy is a safe, effective alternative to treatment for peripheral vascular disease and coronary artery disease that is also relatively inexpensive. It helps to restore blood flow in victims of Arteriosclerosis without the need for surgery. Many studies attest to its effectiveness although all conventional practitioners do not accept these.
Over 8 million people have received the treatment world-wide including 500,000 in America where the treatment has been widely available since the 1950's. Over 1000 doctors in the USA offer Chelation and it has been available in the UK since 1985.
25% of men over forty and 20% of women over fifty are at risk from these diseases, particularly those with a family history of cardiovascular diseases. Peripheral vascular disease can cause stroke.
The therapy involves the intravenous infusion of Ethylene-Diamine-Tetra-Acetic Acid (EDTA) by slow drip, circulating through the blood stream to treat the entire arterial system by removing metals (mostly calcium) from the body. This is particularly helpful with poisonous metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium and iron.
EDTA reduces the risk from calcified deposits by causing the normalisation of distribution of most metallic elements in the body, thereby improving the metabolism of calcium and cholesterol by eliminating metallic catalysts that produce damaging oxygen free radicals. The free radicals are a chronic irritant to blood vessel walls and cell membranes. EDTA causes the leaking and damaged cell walls to heal and the plaques smooth over and diminish so that more blood can pass. The arterial wall therefore expands more easily by becoming pliable again so that blood flow increases. By eliminating the deposits of calcium it is possible to reduce the risk of sudden illness and delay the ageing process. Chelation therapy is also effective in diabetic conditions.  Alongside Chelation therapy the patient should also look at incorporating good health care practices such as regular exercise, proper nutrition, vitamin and mineral supplementation, cessation of smoking, limiting alcohol intake and reducing stress.
Safety and Side Effects
Chelation therapy is among the safest of medical procedures. Indeed Chelation therapy with EDTA is three and a half times safer than taking an aspirin as it has an LD-50 of 2,000 mg per kg in humans as opposed to aspirin with an LD-50 of only 558 mg per kg. When properly administered by a fully trained Chelation doctor there have not been any deaths and with correct dosage side effects are very rare. Being confined to occasional bruising around the injection site.

Chelation is also used extensively as a preventative treatment, to minimise the potential risk of cardiovascular disease addressing 'free radical' damage and may be recommended for patients with high risk factors such as a past history of smoking, drug or drink abuse, cholesterol and other hereditary indicators.



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By Passing the By-Pass is an excellent soft cover book if you're interested.

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