Hydrogen Peroxide


Hydrogen Peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide, or H2O2, is naturally found in human cells and is used for disinfection. Hydrogen peroxide has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic and anti-viral activity. Once hydrogen peroxide interacts with certain enzymes, catalase or peroxidase, it yields water and an oxygen ion.. Two singlet oxygen ions make stable oxygen, O2.

Hydrogen Peroxide Molecule



Why use Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy?
Intravenous hydrogen peroxide therapy is considered bio-oxidative medicine. Its main purpose is for disinfection. Degradation of pathogenic organisms is further enhanced by stimulation of the immune system. Since H2O2 breaks down into water and oxygen, bio-oxidative hydrogen peroxide treatments are considered very safe.

Our comprehensive intake includes an extensive medical history, a consultation with the doctor, and a brief physical exam. A health assessment is discussed and certain lab tests may be required prior to any intravenous therapy.

Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment
If hydrogen peroxide therapy is appropriate, a series of treatments are scheduled. A quarter of a litre of the hydrogen peroxide solution is drip fed intravenously into the hand, arm or leg over the course of approximately 1.5 hours. The solution usually contains dextrose and the H2O2. You will be seated comfortably in a reclining chair for the duration of the treatment.



Hydrogen peroxide therapy may benefit:
Autoimmune disease
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Fungal infections
Rheumatoid arthritis