I think there is a lot of validity in that post. I was dx'd as FMS about 10 years ago, and after years of drugs and more drugs I gave up that stuff and focused on the right therapy. I had better success using an antioxident blend (but that initial flush made me sick as a dog). I wasn't settling for "better".
After eon's of studies and reading I have come to the conclusion that FMS is a problem with the digestive tract. Call it candidas, LGS, parasites, whatever.. it all gets down to two things, right? Clean it, then feed it the right stuff so it can function.
I stopped looking at FMS, cause there are too many ailments with the same symptoms. Hmmm.. food for thought. As I have read more and more about oxygen, and tried different oxygenating treatments I feel better and better. The FMS symptoms are going away (bye bye, don't come back).
Here's what I have tried:
H2O2 bath (happened to try that one the same day I started cycle, and the surprise bonus - for the 1st time in years no pain, no rollercoaster, easy.. my ND was very interested to hear about it, too).
H2O2 spray over all body (don't spray in eyes) after my shower. Skin feels good, but it's a mild treatment as far as getting oxygen in the body.
H202 drops in water, internal. Read a lot about it 1st, follow the rules. Don't overdo it.
Colosan. I would recommend this to anyone. Its a nice gentle oxygen boost that cleans the intestines, lead me to look further into oxygen therapies.
Ozone. Just got the machine. Drinking 1-2 glasses per day depending on timing (need empty stomach). I can't describe the feeling - I feel "wetter" internally, like I'm under a waterfall and am breathing deeply.
Deep breathing - get the book "Flood your body with oxygen". I got it at the library. Cost: nuthin. Benefit: lots of good info including breathing techniques you can practice on your own for a cost of.. nuthin, honey!!
So there it is, all I can finish with is that the link leads to a website for scheduling appts, and the posting looked a lot like advertising. But hey, thanks for the reminder!! Let's remember, the messenger may have their own motives, but the message can be quite valid, or lead us to one that is.