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Hospital Practices Routine Intravenous Oxygen Therapy by OxygenLynne 21 mon
I just learned there is a hospital in Santa Monica that does intravenous oxygen therapy on a routine basis. This is new because the few medical clinics that I have heard of have always been secretive.
I understand that many doctors open these "Chelation" clinics for their family and friends and if you want to use one on an outpatient basis it is very, very expensive.
They do not advertise these and only accept referrals from their physician friends because they do not want the AMA and FDA to know they are running them.
Their license to practice medicine could be revoked if they are found out.
So it was a nice surprise to learn that this hospital was actually out in the open like this.
Only in California!
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How To Use 35% Food Grade H2O2 Hydrogen Peroxide? by OxygenLynne 3 year
35% FGHP can be used many different ways. You can use it as a therapy by:
1. Orally (Drinking)
2. Nasal Inhalation
3. Oral Inhalation
4. In the Bath
5. After a shower as a spray-on
...and several others.
You can also combine any of these modalities.
Be careful of waters that have added Vitamin C. It is a no-no as this type of water can cause large amounts of negative free-radicals to form in the bloodstream.
Not all free radicals are bad for your system... but these would be.
You can also join my Consultation Program. It is a 1-year program where I teach you how to safely and effectively use Hydrogen-Peroxid Therapy.
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DMSO and IV H202 by Barbara9 9 year 0 of 1 (0%)
I recently went to an ozone seminar where I met a physician who does H202 IV therapy with Normal Saline as a mix medium. He told me that for every 250cc of saline used he adds 2cc of medical grade DMSO to the solution to prevent inflammation of the vein. When you are done and have removed the IV apply a small amt of Traumeel ointment to the IV site covered with bandaide.
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