Everything you ever wanted to know about Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide,
but didn’t know who to ask...

For centuries, people who have worked in the health sciences have been seeking to identify the primary biochemical cause of all disease, and the cure-all that this
basic principle would yield. The cause and the cure have been found, but their utter simplicity makes them difficult to accept at first. It seems that if it’s really that simple, we should have discovered it ages ago and we should have been using it all along.  Well, I’ve re-discovered it. I am absolutely NOT the first to do so. I’ve been using it and I know that it works (as do many thousands of other people). It is literally right under your nose, and you can’t see it!

When something as vital as oxygen is taken away in a dramatic, immediate manner, its importance becomes quite obvious. However, if that same oxygen is slowly and methodically removed from our system by pollution, poor diet and a host of other means, it is less obvious.

Human beings can go for several months without food and even for several days without water, but we all require a continual supply of oxygen in order to survive. We cannot live without oxygen for more than a few minutes. If you had to guess which vital nutritional compound you most needed to supplement, wouldn’t you be inclined to guess...

Of all the nutrients needed by the body, only oxygen is in such constant demand that its absence brings death in just a few minutes. Most people tend to get caught up in the small details of nutrition and tend to overlook the fundamental
necessity and importance of oxygen and the role that its deficiency plays in every disease or illness. What if you could very easily add that oxygen to water and consume it directly? Well, Mother Nature beat you to it. Did you know that hydrogen peroxide is simply oxygenated water? Hydrogen peroxide is water that has extra oxygen in it. Made up of two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms,
it is known chemically as H2O2.  I humbly suggest that you stop focusing on inconsequential details and start focusing on the most important NUTRIENT in the world...


Low grade pharmacy/grocery store hydrogen peroxide is well-known to most people. When we apply it externally to an open wound, hydrogen peroxide produces a bubbling sensation, which is just the extra oxygen being released.
Unfortunately, pharmacy grade hydrogen peroxide is filled with toxic stabilizers designed to prolong shelf life (phenacetin, acetanilide, sodium stannate and others). These toxic chemicals are also added in order to prevent you from using hydrogen peroxide internally in ways that can result in nearly miraculous health benefits.

Oxygenated water (hydrogen peroxide) falls to earth in rain and snow. It acts as a natural disinfectant in lakes, rivers and oceans. If it were not for the hydrogen peroxide in rainwater, the earth’s surface would be putrid from bacteria overgrowth. Clean, fresh spring water, glacial melt and fast flowing streams all have relatively high amounts of hydrogen peroxide.

Hydrogen peroxide has also been found in many of the healing springs of the world, including Fatima in Portugal, Lourdes in France and the Shrine of St. Anne in Canada.  The water in Lourdes is purported to contain hydrogen peroxide.
If Lourdes was in the United States, the FDA would probably
try to shut it down as a health hazard!

Section 2

Now, you may not be in the habit of bleaching tripe, herring or beef feet, but as far as the federal government is concerned, you most certainly could legally use hydrogen peroxide in any amount or at any concentration necessary.

No one at “health food outlets” or in the “alternative medicine” world recommends that concentrated hydrogen peroxide should be used full strength. Of course that is dangerous.  Yes, it is true that less than a handful of people over the past
number of decades have mistakenly consumed concentrated hydrogen peroxide, but let me ask you something. You probably believe that it is generally safe to take one aspirin if you have a headache. You probably think it is safe to put
a teaspoon of sugar in your coffee or tea. Right?
Would you take 700 aspirins? Of course not.
Would you put 700 teaspoons of sugar in your coffee?
Well, 35% hydrogen peroxide is 700 times more concentrated than the amount that is considered safe.
If someone died after taking 700 aspirins, or got sick after eating 700 spoonfuls of sugar, do you think that the FDA would put out a warning regarding the dangers of taking aspirin or using sugar at 700 times the safe dosage?

Or would that be stating the obvious?
With any substance, (including hydrogen peroxide) toxicity is always dependent upon the amount used. Even too much water can kill you (and not just by drowning)! Every year, approximately 25 people die because they drink too much
water, it dilutes the electrolytes in their system, and the electrical signals to their heart are unable to maintain proper control of their heart beat.  The point is that anything and everything can be dangerous if you use it improperly. Everything can be deadly. The important issue is relative danger. Relative to pharmaceutical
products, hydrogen peroxide is amazingly safe.
Properly administered prescription drugs KILL over 100,000 people per year! Not mistakes. Not overdoses.  “Properly prescribed” medications given to people in
hospitals are toxic enough to kill over 100,000 people per year. (This study did NOT count all the deaths that occurred due to drugs if the problem occurred at the person’s home.)
(Jason Lazarou, Bruce H. Pomeranz and Paul N. Corey,
“Incidence of Adverse Drug Reactions in Hospitalized
Patients”, Journal of the American Medical Association,
April 15, 1998, Volume 279, Number 15, pages 1200-1205)

Where is the public warning? Where is the uproar?


There is a very good reason why the “powers that be” are trying so hard to scare you away from using hydrogen peroxide.

What would happen if a “cure” was discovered for a veritable laundry list of ailments ranging from the big ones like heart disease and cancer down to the common cold?  How many doctors, nurses, pharmacists, drug sales reps,
hospital and insurance administrators would lose their jobs if millions of people were suddenly cured of their ailments?  Do you really believe that these people really want a “cure” to be found? No. They want new “treatments” to be developed.  If they were to actually “cure” you, their money tree would wither and die. If, instead, they can offer you the latest “treatment” for your “incurable” disease, their charade can continue indefinitely. The medical industry has grown
to over 20% of our entire economy by providing “treatments”, not “cures”! Do you think that media outlets are going to want to lose the billions of advertising dollars that the pharmaceutical companies pay them? Do you think that politicians in government are going to want to see their wealthy donors lose the income that they use to make political donations? Do you really think that the American
Heart Association, the American Cancer Society and the American (insert disease name here) Group really wants to put themselves out of business by finding a cure for the disease that enables them to raise the billions of dollars that pays for their salaries? The battle for your health is a conflict between Mother Nature’s truths and the goal of corporate profit. Just like any other business, the bottom line in the medical industry is their profit, not your health. No one in the medical establishment has any financial incentive to “cure” you. The FDA will not allow anyone to even use that word! Their only incentive is to keep you ill so that testing, treatment and profits can continue indefinitely.  Why does the government provide legal patent protection to drug companies to be able to sell “life and death” medications at exhorbitant profits with no consideration for the millions
of people who truly cannot afford to pay for them?  Why does the medical establishment insist upon treating only the symptoms of disease rather than addressing their cause and preventing them?  Why is it a criminal offense to simply state that a natural substance such as hydrogen peroxide may be beneficial and free of negative side effects, but it is perfectly legal to promote pharmaceutical drugs that are known to be toxic, and are known to cause seemingly endless lists of deadly side effects?
Is it ignorance? Or is it greed?

Let’s start with the uses of hydrogen peroxide of which even the FDA “approves”! Well, not really. The following uses are not actually “approved” by the FDA, because they simply don’t have the authority to “approve” or “disapprove” of these uses. For many applications, hydrogen peroxide is considered to be a “cosmetic” and as such, it is regulated differently. For many “environmental” uses, the authority to “approve” or “disapprove” actually rests with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  I do not believe that our government agencies can be trusted with control over our health.

The only hope that we have is to take responsibility into our own hands. Every day in this wonderful world, there are literally thousands of people who routinely utilize diluted hydrogen peroxide in hundreds of different ways. They don’t ask their doctor if it is okay to do so, because they already know by experience that it is more than okay. Most likely, they have had to fight with their doctor and have already ignored their doctor’s advice and found out for themselves that despite the small danger posed by accidentally using too much, using moderate amounts of hydrogen peroxide in the following ways can seem absolutely miraculous!
It isn’t a miracle. It’s just good science.

Three percent hydrogen peroxide has long been a popular and inexpensive mouthwash, used either full strength or diluted by half in distilled water. This long accepted, common practice is based on proven scientific research.  Hydrogen peroxide has been used in dentistry for over eighty years. It has been found to prevent plaque and gingivitis and it is helpful in healing infections of the mouth and gums.  In 1979, fourteen dental students at the Department of Periodontology at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden took part in a double-blind study. After a thorough dental examination, half of the students were told to rinse their mouths three times daily, after meals. The use of toothbrushes was NOT permitted! Measurements of plaque and gingival “index scores” were taken after four, seven, and fourteen days of the study. Bacteria from the mouth was examined microscopically and analyzed after the first and second weeks. The results showed that the mouthwash containing hydrogen peroxide effectively prevented the colonization of a number of types of bacteria, including filaments, fusiforms, motile and curved rods as well as spirochetes. The hydrogen peroxide also retarded plaque formation and “significantly retarded” the development of
gingivitis. The researchers concluded:  “It is suggested that hydrogen peroxide released by mouthwashes during rinsing may prevent or retard the colonization
and multiplication of anaerobic bacteria.”
(J. Wennstrom and J. Lindhe, “Effect of Hydrogen Peroxide
on Developing Plaque and Gingivitis in Man,” Journal of
Clinical Periodontology 6, 1979, pages 115-130)
“An expert advisory committee on antimicrobial agents found that hydrogen peroxide was the only substance that could safely and effectively be used for cleaning mouth injuries.”
(Federal Register, Volume 46, Number 6, January 9, 1981)
“Daily exposure to low levels of hydrogen peroxide present in dentifrices is much lower than that of bleaching agents.  Studies in which 3% hydrogen peroxide or less were used daily for up to six years showed occasional transitory irritant
effects only in a small number of subjects with pre-existing ulceration. Prolonged use of hydrogen peroxide decreased plaque and gingivitis indices. Wound healing following gingival [gum] surgery was enhanced due to the antimicrobial effects of topically administered hydrogen peroxide. For most subjects, beneficial effects were seen with hydrogen peroxide levels above 1%.”
(M.V. Marshall et al., “Hydrogen Peroxide: A Review of Its
Use in Dentistry,” Journal of Periodontology 66, number
9, September, 1995, pages 786-796)
In the early 1990s, following a report of tooth damage related to the misuse of an over-the-counter teeth whitening kit containing an acidic pretreatment rinse, the FDA considered changing the status of teeth whiteners from a cosmetic (which are regulated differently) to a drug. This led to a temporary ban of teeth whitening products in the fall of 1991 until June, 1992. This ban did not include hydrogen peroxide.  The FDA ultimately decided not to reclassify teeth whiteners as drugs and therefore the FDA does not regulate these types of products.  Interestingly enough, the form of peroxide that is commonly used in teeth whitening products is an ingredient called carbamide peroxide, which is a mixture of hydrogen peroxide
and urea, which is one of the main constituents of URINE.  Canker sores can certainly be treated with hydrogen peroxide.
Even the National Institute of Health says so...
How can you treat painful canker sores in your mouth?
The easiest home remedy is to apply hydrogen peroxide with a cotton swab on the canker sore (one part hydrogen peroxide to one part water)”


Add four tablespoons (two ounces) of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to one gallon of milk, water or other beverage in order to meet the Federal Government’s
Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) concentration of 0.05%. (500 parts per million) There are 128 ounces in each gallon. Four tablespoons equal two ounces.
Two ounces at 3% diluted by 128 ounces (2x3%/128) equals 0.046875%.
Eight eight-ounce glasses per day is good for health maintenance.

Daily consumption of 3/4 of a gallon (96 ounces, 12-8 ounce glasses, or approximately 3 liters) is considered by many practitioners to provide a therapeutic amount of hydrogen peroxide.

While you should absolutely never use any form of hydrogen peroxide purchased from a drug store or grocery due to the fact that they all contain toxic preservatives, stabilizers and heavy metals, do take the time to look at a label of pharmacy grade hydrogen peroxide. It clearly states:
“Oral Debriding Agent: For use as a gargle or rinse. Aids in the removal of phlegm, mucus or other secretions associated with occasional sore mouth. As an oral rinse: Mix with an equal amount of water, swish around in the mouth over
the affected area for at least one minute and then spit out.  Use up to four times daily after meals and at bedtime, or as directed by a dentist or doctor.”
(CVS pharmacy U.S.P Hydrogen Peroxide label, May 20,

I personally, strongly suggest that you follow the official government/pharmaceutical advice and use 3% hydrogen peroxide as a mouth rinse and gargle four times a day after meals and at bedtime. However, don’t use the toxic, stabilized pharmacy grade hydrogen peroxide, instead use only higher quality 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide. Using 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide as an oral rinse and gargle four times a day is absolutely the best, simplest, safest and most instructive way to introduce yourself to using hydrogen peroxide. It’s safe, it’s easy and it’s government approved. Your mouth will be
much healthier, your teeth will be much whiter, and you will begin to become far more comfortable with the benefits of hydrogen peroxide in an introductory way which will give you confidence to use hydrogen peroxide in even more powerful ways. When you use hydrogen peroxide, you are using the most fundamental ingredients of all human life - oxygen and water.


The typical bottle of pharmacy grade hydrogen peroxide also says:
“First Aid Antiseptic: For treatment of minor cuts and abrasions.  First aid to prevent the risk of infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns. Directions: Clean the affected area, apply a small amount of product on the affected area 1 to 3
times a day. If bandaged, let dry first.”
(CVS pharmacy U.S.P Hydrogen Peroxide label, May 20,


Again, I very strongly agree, but again, don’t use the toxic, stabilized pharmaceutical grade. Instead, use 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide and use it on any skin issue you may have.  Although it is an unpleasant topic, and you will not want to believe that this is actually going on under your skin, all over your body, the following is a reality. The human body is covered with billions of tiny mites. Many people believe that they are a major cause of skin aging and blemishes.  Like all living creatures, these mites excrete waste. They excrete their waste on your skin, in your pores, under your finger and toe nails, in your sweat glands, under your dead skin cells in your hair follicles, etc. Their waste contains and attracts various bacteria, viruses and fungi which are all too happy to consume it, grow and multiply (right there on your skin)! Ordinary soap and water simply does not remove this ongoing problem. Hydrogen peroxide does!
Hydrogen peroxide can help remove dead skin or anaerobic organisms such as bacteria, virus, fungi or parasites or any of their excrement. I strongly suggest that you use 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide on any acne that you may have.  Use 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide on any kind of skin blemish. Use it on any kind of rash, fungus, wart, etc. Use 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide anywhere your skin seems to need any kind of help. A very easy way to do this is to spray your body immediately after leaving the shower.  Just be careful to not get it into your eyes. I have personally seen hydrogen peroxide work miracles on skin problems!


If you read the federal regulations in the previous section, you saw that the government generally finds it to be safe to use hydrogen peroxide in a number of different ways.  According to the regulations, hydrogen peroxide (at a concentration of only 0.05%!) may be used as an anti-microbial agent in milk that is used in the making of cheese. Hydrogen peroxide may also be used in any “amount sufficient for the purpose” to bleach tripe, beef feet, herring and instant tea!  This is not a new idea.  “Hydrogen peroxide has considerable value as a germicide for two reasons: First, the enormous reduction of numbers of bacteria, and second, the harmlessness of the decomposition products.”
(Heinemann, Journal of the American Medical
Association, March 24, 1913)
Hydrogen peroxide is also approved for use by the aseptic packaging industry. You are most certainly familiar with the small boxes of juice and other drinks that do not need to be refrigerated. Manufacturers spray the inside of those little
boxes with hydrogen peroxide before they are filled with fluids such as fruit juice, milk, etc. Once the package is hermetically sealed, any hydrogen peroxide in the container will prevent any bacteria, viruses or fungi from growing within the container.  “Hydrogen peroxide may be used to treat polyethylene food contact
(Federal Register, Volume 46, Number 6, January 9, 1981,
21 CFR, Part 178, Section 178, 1005, (e), (1))
Add four tablespoons (two ounces) of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to one gallon of milk, water or other beverage in order to meet the Federal Government’s Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) concentration of 0.05%.
(500 parts per million) There are 128 ounces in each gallon. Four tablespoons equal two ounces. Two ounces at 3% diluted by 128 ounces (2x3%/128) equals 0.046875%. Eight eight-ounce glasses per day is good for health maintenance.
Daily consumption of 3/4 of a gallon (96 ounces, 12-8 ounce glasses, or approximately 3 liters) is considered by many practitioners to provide a therapeutic amount of hydrogen peroxide.
Now, if you ask them, the FDA will say that hydrogen peroxide is not approved as a disinfectant around the home.  They will say that hydrogen peroxide is not “approved” to help fight mold, mildew, fungi, etc. These statements are TRUE, TRUE, TRUE. The FDA has not approved hydrogen peroxide for these uses. Not because hydrogen peroxide isn’t safe and effective, but simply because the FDA has absolutely no authority to even rule on these uses. The authority to regulate hydrogen peroxide for use in disinfecting your environment rests with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) not the FDA!  The EPA has approved hydrogen peroxide for use as an antimicrobial treatment in agricultural premises, food establishments, medical facilities, home bathrooms, dairy processing plants, food processing equipment, breweries, wineries and beverage plants. In addition, hydrogen peroxide (along with and oxidized form of vinegar) is one of the materials approved by the U.S. Evironmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use in anthrax decontamination efforts to reduce spore populations.  “EPA reviewed data related to the safety and effectiveness of using hydrogen peroxide [and an oxidized form of vinegar] for the inactivation of bacillus anthracis[anthrax]. EPA
determined that the product could be used safely and effectively.”
(“Hydrogen Peroxide and Peroxyacetic Acid,” Pesticides:
Topical and Chemical Fact Sheets, Washington D.C.:
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, July, 2007
The EPA also has approved disinfection systems used by numerous companies throughout the world. These companies offer clean-room sterilization techniques that simply spray a fine vapor of hydrogen peroxide into the room in order to disinfect it completely. Please note the product’s EPA registration. Even though it is used in a healthcare setting, the authority to register its use rests with the
Environmental Protection Agency!


“Vaporized hydrogen peroxide is registered by EPA as a sterilant that inactivates bacterial spores on environmental surfaces in an enclosed area. It is used to decontaminate or sterilize sealed enclosures such as isolaters, work stations, and pass through rooms. EPA reviewed data related to the safety and effectiveness of using liquid hydrogen peroxide vapor for inactivation of Bacillus Anthracis spores. EPA determined that the product could be used safely and effectively, and that no unreasonable adverse effects would occur from the requested uses.”


Ask yourself: If...
The Code of Federal Regulations says that hydrogen peroxide can be used to disinfect milk or to bleach tripe and beef feet and...
The EPA says that hydrogen peroxide can be used to destroy anthrax spores and...
The EPAregisters the products that companies use when spraying hydrogen peroxide vapor into hospital operating rooms in order to disinfect them, then...
Unless otherwise stated, all of the following recomendations are for undiluted 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide.
Many tropical fish enthusiasts (and professional aquarium managers) regularly maintain a level between 30-100 parts per million in the water in their aquariums. Reason would tell you to start with a very low amount, see if it is adequate to the task at hand and gradually increase the amount as needed.


Spray it in the shower to remove mold and mildew. Pour it in the toilet tank (where the water is stored for the next flush). Pour it down the sink, tub and shower drains.

A floor mopped with hydrogen peroxide is a vast improvement over the sickening and toxic smell of chlorine and ammonia. Your pets will especially appreciate the improvement.To a dog, cat, or most other pets, a house cleaned with ammonia smells like it has been invaded by an alpha dog or cat who has marked the entire place with urine.

Spray the container before you put in the leftover food and then spray the top of the food before you close the container.

Spray on outdoor or indoor plants to remove any fungus or mold. Add to all the water you use on all your plants. When hydrogen peroxide soaks into the soil, it neutralizes dangerous fungus in the soil, and as oxygen gas is released, the
increase in volume lifts the soil and softens it so that roots and worms can more easily move through it.

Add four tablespoons (two ounces) of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to one gallon of milk, water or other beverage in order to meet the Federal Government’s Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) concentration of 0.05%.  (500 parts per million) There are 128 ounces in each gallon. Four tablespoons equal two ounces. Two ounces at 3% diluted by 128 ounces (2x3%/128) equals 0.046875%. Eight eight-ounce glasses per day is good for health maintenance.  Daily consumption of 3/4 of a gallon (96 ounces, 12-8 ounce glasses, or approximately 3 liters) is considered by many practitioners to provide a therapeutic amount of hydrogen peroxide.


To disinfect and neutralize allergens from the air, add one pint 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to each gallon of distilled water.

Breathing in hydrogen peroxide is the most direct method available to oxygenate the HEART! Try to visualize the anatomy of your lungs. Visualize hydrogen
peroxide enriched air as it enters the alveoli in the lungs, travels into the vein that goes directly to the left side of your heart. With each heartbeat, the highest amount of oxygen possible will be powerfully pumped into your aorta and into the coronary arteries that feed your heart.  I believe you should use this method as often as possible.  In addition, simply get a humidifier and breathe hydrogen
peroxide in your own home, 24/7


Spray countertops, garbage containers, dishwasher, refrigerator, cooktop, sink and pour down the drain and garbage disposal.


Spray washer, pour down washer drain, add to wash to whiten clothes. Be careful with brightly colored clothes.

Mineral deposits on shower heads, sink fixtures, etc. can be removed with hydrogen peroxide.
(Family Handyman, July/August 1988, page 96)

Place fish, chicken, beef, pork or other meat in a non-metallic casserole dish, and soak in 50/50 mix of distilled water and 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide.
Hydrogen peroxide has been used successfully to decontaminate broiler chickens by soaking them for ten minutes in 0.5%-1.0% concentrations of food grade hydrogen peroxide.
(Poultry Science, Issue 66, 1987, pages 1555-1557)
“You can be sure that any chicken used in my home that is purchased from the supermarket first goes into a 3% peroxide solution!”
(Walter Grotz)


Before you start spraying anti-mold/mildew products that contain chlorine into your shower, why not try hydrogen peroxide instead? When chlorine based products come into contact with organic compounds they form toxic and cancerous organochlorines (such as dioxin) that are not biodegradable and remain in the environment for long periods of time.

Mixed with baking soda and a small amount of hand soap, hydrogen peroxide is effective in removing skunk odor, any other kind of pet odor, or any other offensive odor.

Subliminally, your body knows that the toxic chemicals in most swimming pools and hot tubs are to be avoided and so many people find that their facilities go unused despite the huge investment. These same people find that they actually
use their hot tub and/or swimming pool more often than ever once they have switched to using hydrogen peroxide.  No respectable healing spa in the history of mankind has ever recommended that their patients should bathe in hot chlorine bleach for their health. The water found in most healing springs contains not chlorine (or bromine) but hydrogen peroxide (Lourdes). Most swimming pool
“experts” would not make any money from you if they told you to use hydrogen peroxide instead of their expensive, toxic chemicals, so don’t expect to get an honest and informed answer from your pool person! People who have learned the benefits of hydrogen peroxide recommend draining all of the toxic crap out our your pool, cleaning it thoroughly, refilling it and then “shocking” the new water with a higher concentration (875 parts per million, 0.0875%) of food grade hydrogen peroxide than you need for maintenance (30-100 parts per million 0.003-0.01%).  The details of maintaining a swimming pool or hot tub are far beyond the scope of this book.

Add 4 ounces (one cup) of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to a sinkful of cold water. Soak light vegetables (lettuce) for 20 minutes and thick skinned vegetables (cucumber) for 30 minutes. If you don’t have time to allow them to soak, spray them, let them stand for a few minutes. Rinse and allow to dry.  In 1997, studies performed at Virginia Polytechnic Institute by food scientist Susan Sumner showed that a simple procedure using hydrogen peroxide followed by vinegar (or viceversa) killed all the microbes associated with contaminated red meat (including salmonella, shigella and E coli). In her studies, Sumner observed that vegetables tend to hold more microbes than meat due to their larger surface area and unusual shapes, and that the vegetables also tend to hold on to those microbes more tenaciously than meat.  Studies have also shown that merely dipping eggs twice in 6% hydrogen peroxide reduced the number of salmonella
typhimurium by 95%.
(M. Padron, “Egg Dipping in Hydrogen Peroxide Solution to
Eliminate Salmonella Typhimurium From Eggshell
Membranes”, Avian Disease, Jul-Sep, 1995, Volume 39,
Number 3, pages 627-630)

Today, over 2,000 municipalities around the world, including Montreal, Paris, Los Angeles and Moscow purify their drinking water using ozone, which bubbles up through the water and reacts with it to form hydrogen peroxide.

3% hydrogen peroxide is great for streak free windows.

The following pages contain information that the FDA, the medical establishment and the pharmaceutical drug industry do NOT want you to know!
From this point forward, the FDA and the AMA absolutely do NOT “approve” of any of the information and/or opinions contained in this section.

How you can use 3% Food-Grade-Hydrogen-Peroxide to dramatically improve your health!
For the remainder of this section, my personal opinions and the details of my own personal use of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide will be given. If you want to be as unhealthy as the government, the medical establishment and the pharmaceutical companies would like you to be, then only do what they tell you to do. If you want to be as healthy as me, then maybe you should consider doing
what I do. The choices are clear. The choice is all yours.
Hydrogen peroxide is a NUTRIENT that is necessary to healthy functioning of the human body. You are grossly deficient in this important NUTRIENT. Technically,
hydrogen peroxide is not a vitamin, because the human body can actually manufacture it from within but, since it is made by the body, it is classified as a food or food supplement, not a drug.


“The most common cause of human death worldwide is waterborne disease. What we need to do is continuously put a harmless, weak solution of food grade hydrogen peroxide into all water before it is used for drinking.  Doing this would eventually kill almost all waterborne [pathogens] inside and outside the body. What would happen to these anaerobic viruses and bacteria if they were to be completely surrounded, or flooded, with a very active, energetic and aggressive form of oxygen... slowly and harmlessly introduced into the body on a daily basis,
over the course of a few months? What if we eventually evenly saturated all the bodily fluids and cells with it?  Wouldn’t the disease causing microbes that can’t live in oxygen cease to exist?”
(Ed McCabe, Flood Your Body With Oxygen, 2003,
ISBN 0-9620527-2-8)


“I started by ingesting diluted food grade hydrogen peroxide in juice two or three times a day. I did this for four months. The first thing that happened was that my intestines emptied accumulated waste matter heavily for three days.  My body finally had enough oxygen in it to clean itself out.  Then I came down with a fever for two weeks. The individual body cells began to be oxygenated, dumping out their own accumulated toxins. My metabolic rate increased to the point of fever, to burn up these toxins for elimination. Then the extra oxygen released into my bloodstream started to bubble out of the blood in the air-blood exchange area of my lung’s bronchial sacs. This happened underneath the coatings of accumulated toxins left over from my many bouts of childhood bronchitis. The layers loosened, and, as they broke up, I expelled them. I started coughing and expectorating.
This lasted for about two months. I believe the reactions were all beneficial because I have not been sick since.  The process of flooding the body with oxygen is a gradual one of slowly increasing the applications and dosages. Your
body, at some point, gets so much oxygen in it that it can finally heal itself of many things. If you rush it, you’re just going to stir up more garbage [than your detoxification systems will be able to process], feel worse and compound the
possible cleansing reactions like diarrhea, cramping, swelling, bloating or rashes that come from going too fast by giving too much at first. At the very start of any uncomfortable cleansing reactions, cut the dosage in half, and stay there till the reactions stop, and continue up again.  I’ve talked to people who made the mistake of going against sound advice and stopping the treatment abruptly.
They didn’t detoxify properly. They didn’t stay with it long enough and they stirred up all their inner garbage, but when they just stopped, the stirred up solution of old toxic sludge all settled into different organs and gave rise to new symptoms.”
(Ed McCabe, Oxygen Therapies, ISBN 0-9620527-0-1)

“There are a couple of caveats, and maybe you should all wake up now, just for a moment, if you’re going to drink hydrogen peroxide. Drink it on an empty stomach. Allow as little reactivity as you can in the stomach so as much can be absorbed as possible. If you have a lot of food in there, the bacteria in that food is going to react with the hydrogen peroxide.  You’re going to have foaming and the possibility is you’re going to vomit. Then you’re going to say how can you possibly get me to drink something that causes me to vomit? That’s the first thing that happened to me when I went down, full of fire, to try hydrogen peroxide on my sick patients at the hospital. I had sick patients who were vomiting all over the place and threatening mutiny and telling me, if I ever came close to them with another drink of hydrogen peroxide, I’d get a swift kick you know where!”
(Dr. Kurt Donsbach, D.C., N.D., Ph.D.)


Think about what happens when someone begins a cleansing diet. When one stops eating lousy food with the desire to begin cleaning out years of accumulated toxins, the detoxifying experience that commences may cause one to feel uncomfortable and give up. This cleansing reaction is due to obstructions being dissolved and dislodged. Whatever sticky, gross, disgusting mucous, pus, drugs, toxins, undigested food and more are in your system must first leave your cells, travel through the lymphatic system back into the blood stream and out through your liver and digestive tract, or through your kidneys and urinary tract or directly out through your skin. While this waste is moving through the body, you may feel lousy. If your cleansing systems get overloaded and begin to overflow, you are in for what is known as a...

When pathogenic organisms are destroyed by your immune system (using hydrogen peroxide), the compounds that spill out of their dead carcasses flood your bodily tissues.  Yecchh! In its attempt to discard these toxins, your body
has numerous choices. Skin eruptions (acne, boils, hives, sores, ulcers), nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, runny nose, tearing of the eyes, sweating, sneezing, coughing, urination, menstruation and probably many more methods are all ways
that your body gets rid of garbage. One woman reported experiencing a sudden, severe nose bleed with the elimination of two large blood clots from her right nostril. She can now breathe through her nose for the first time in years.  Another person had bleeding from the mouth when he spit up huge amounts of mucous. Another had rectal bleeding as his hemorrhoids decreased. Another man reported green slime oozing out of his skin.  If the load of toxic junk that you have stored in your body is dredged up too quickly, your body may not be able to excrete it as fast as needed. When this happens, you will probably feel lousy. You will think that you are sick. If you are like most people, you will say something stupid like
“I’m allergic to hydrogen peroxide” or “That hydrogen peroxide made me sick.” In my experience, people always seem to misinterpret their own natural bodily functions. A cough is not bad, a cough is merely how your lungs expel something that doesn’t belong there. A sneeze is how your sinuses do the same thing. Diarrhea is how your colon quickly gets rid of a lot of garbage. A pimple is how your sk
in removes toxic junk. These actions are NOT symptoms of disease. They are methods of cleansing. You need to learn to embrace these functions and encourage them because this is how your body cleans itself. These uncomfortable
events are the price that is necessary to remove the
toxins that block the recovery of your precious health. Don’t be misled by fear. Cleansing reactions are good! Be grateful when they occur, for you have found the solution. If you can’t handle the intensity, I understand. Just slow down.  Take it easy. But do continue.


The Federal Code of Regulations states that hydrogen peroxide is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) for use as an anti-microbial agent for use in milk in the making of cheese at a concentration of 0.05% (500 parts per million).  The Code of Federal Regulations recognizes that hydrogen peroxide is safe to put in milk at a concentration of 0.05%.  It does NOT specifically mention putting hydrogen peroxide into other beverages and foods but, come on! DO IT!!!!!
If the beverage that you mix food grade hydrogen peroxide into contains the enzyme catalase, then it may foam up, overflow its container and make quite a mess. I recommend that you mix it on a waterproof countertop and give it time
to foam up. Leave any lid on loosely so that any buildup of gas pressure will not cause the container to burst. If a large amount of foaming occurs, the potency of the hydrogen peroxide will be reduced. It is far more comfortable to have this
release of oxygen occur on your countertop, rather than in your belly! Once the foaming has stopped, and the bubbling has settled down, feel free to drink your beverage. It will not contain as much hydrogen peroxide, but it clearly contains
the enzyme catalase and a lot of oxygen. Ideally, any and all consumption of any hydrogen peroxide should only be done on a completely empty stomach. NEVER mix hydrogen peroxide with any food, nutritional supplement or medication. Excessive consumption, or consuming hydrogen peroxide with other substances may cause a bloated feeling in the stomach. Always consume any diluted food
grade hydrogen peroxide on a completely empty stomach at least three hours after or one hour before any meal.

I also strongly recommend that you put four tablespoons (two ounces) of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide into every gallon of DISTILLED drinking water that you
consume. This is absolutely the easiest way to get additional hydrogen peroxide into your system in a very economical way. Since hydrogen peroxide can react with any dissolved minerals found in tap, spring, bottled or any type of water other than pure, DISTILLED water, you really should only use DISTILLED water. If you
want to be cautious, start with a lower concentration in order to test your own personal tolerance level.  Hydrogen peroxide does have a unique flavor and it may
alter the taste of the beverage into which you mix it, so use your best judgement. I have successfully used natural lemon, orange, peppermint and vanilla extract to
improve the flavor of my water. Try It!

Simply use the hydrogen peroxide infused water that you would drink (500ppm) into your ice cube trays and use them exactly as you would use any other ice cube.


The skin is the largest organ in your body. It is an excretory organ, but too many people (YOU!) are constantly adding soap residues, lotions, cologne, makeup, moisturizers, etc. to their skin. These compounds block pores and prevent elimination from sebaceous (oil) glands, from sweat glands and hair follicles. Hydrogen peroxide can oxidize and help to loosen and remove the built up deposits that block these pores, which enables them to better perform their excretory functions.  On the other hand, skin is also an organ of assimilation.
A typical 200 pound man can absorb up to four pounds of water during a twenty minute bath. Numerous medications are available in “patch” forms, which clearly indicates that even the medical profession recognizes that your skin absorbs whatever you place on it directly into your bloodstream. Why not absorb some food grade hydrogen peroxide while you sit in your hot tub?
Your First Bath: Scrub your bathtub well with a cleaner that is non-toxic. Rinse your bathtub to remove absolutely all residue of the cleaner that you just used. Be very thorough.  Fill your bathtub with warm water. Add NOTHING to the water except for 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide.Add one quart of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to the tub after it is filled with water. Jump in and soak for as long as you wish. You might want to put a shower cap on your head because it may lighten your hair a very, very, very little bit. (It’s nowhere near as strong as a hair stylist’s peroxide bleach product). Use a skin brush, loofa or other material
to help exfoliate your dead skin. If you feel any irritation, simply get out of the bath, towel off and be done with your first bath. If you put one quart of 3% hydrogen peroxide into a bathtub that holds 30 gallons of water, the result is
a tub filled with 0.025% hydrogen peroxide, which is one half of the concentration that is Generally Recognized As Safe to drink! This is very, very, very mild.
Subsequent Baths: Increase the amount of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide that you use. Use two quarts. Use a gallon.  The choice is yours. It is a free country and you can do what you feel is appropriate in the comfort and privacy of your own bathtub. Ease your way up in terms of concentration.  A general rule of thumb is to take such a bath every other day but, again, it is always up to you. Do whatever YOU feel will be fine for you. Take it slow. Be cautious,but be brave also.


Many individuals have reported improved energy levels and improved overall wellness. Some people have observed absolutely ungodly colored fluids bubbling out of their skin into the bath water (green sludge from their pores!) To my knowledge, no one has ever died because they put 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide into their bath in any amount.


“I would like to encourage you to try a bath in this oxygen rich substance. It invigorates. It stimulates your mind. It reduces stiffness and soreness like no other treatment. We give all our patients a whirlpool bath with the equivalent of one gallon of the 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide every other day. Do this early in the day because it can be very invigorating and you won’t want to go to bed right afterward”
(Kurt W. Donsbach, D.C., N.D., Ph.D., Oxygen, Oxygen,
Oxygen, 1995, ISBN 1-56959-579-8)

NEVER use hydrogen peroxide in colonic treatment. It is NOT necessary. The best tactic is to do a standard colonic treatment as defined by a practitioner that you are comfortable and familiar with, and then follow it with a retention enema (see below) using hydrogen peroxide if you wish.


Feel free to tilt your head on its side and drip a few drops of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide into your ear as often as you like. Leave it in for a few minutes and then carefully place a tissue over your ear to prevent any drips, sit up and
let it drain back out. It will certainly disinfect your outer ear and help to eliminate wax buildup. I have personally witnessed quite a lot of misunderstanding involving ear “problems”.  Please remember that you have an eardrum. A healthy eardrum does not let fluid pass through it in any appreciable amount. Most people’s “ear problems” are actually located in the eustachian tube which runs from the area
behind your eardrum to the back of your throat (pretty much right behind your nose). Treating ear “problems” really requires you to treat the eustachian tube, which is pretty damn near impossible. The best alternative is to treat the
sinus, throat and mouth area to the best of your abilities.  Most cases of ear wax blockage can be treated at home.  Drops such as hydrogen peroxide may aid in the removal of wax.”


Spray feet and shoes to relieve foot odors.

Most people’s feet are relatively tough and calloused, so many people feel comfortable soaking their feet directly in 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide. Again, as always, it is advisable to start with a weaker concentration, gauge your
sensitivity and adjust your own treatment level to fit your own observations. More is not necessarily better. Remember, 30 parts per million is strong enough to disinfect a swimming pool or hot tub. That is 0.003%.

My personal recommendation is to go to your local hardware
store and purchase a five gallon plastic bucket/pail with a tight fitting, waterproof lid. Then go to your grocery store and purchase at least three gallons of distilled water. Come home, place a thick beach towel on the floor in front of your most comfortable chair, place the plastic pail on top of the towel, pour three gallons of distilled
water into the bucket and then add one quart of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide. Stick your foot in the bucket, sit down, and read a book, watch TV, play a video game or do whatever you want while you soak your foot. I personally like to soak only one foot at a time.  Feel free to physically manipulate your feet while they are soaking. Use a non-metallic fingernail file to clean under your toenails and around your cuticles while they are under water in order to get more hydrogen peroxide under your nails. Use a loofa or other mild abrasive to help loosen dead skin cells. Use a pumice or other device to remove a portion of any callouses, corns, etc.  Massage your feet, wiggle your toes and scratch your skin to get as much blood flowing as possible. When you’ve had enough, dry off your feet, put the lid on the bucket and store it someplace cool for the next night.
You can most certainly reuse the foot soak water. Add more water or more hydrogen peroxide as needed. After numerous soaks, use your best judgement as to when you should dump it all out and start with a fresh mixture.  The used water is great for potted plants or for your garden or yard.

Since most underarm odors are actually caused by bacteria that live there, simply soak a cotton ball in 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide and wipe your underarms on a regular basis to control odor by killing the bacteria that cause it.


Even though studies have used 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide straight from the bottle, six tablespoons of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide per quart of distilled water is commonly recommended as a starting dosage. Again, as always, it is advisable to start with a weaker concentration, gauge your sensitivity and adjust your own treatment level to fit your own observations. More is not necessarily better.


Now we are getting into territory where knowledge and experience is needed. If you have never given yourself an enema, DON’T start with a hydrogen peroxide enema!  Practice a few times with a plain water enema. Get the hang of it. Understand the process. Immediately prior to performing a retention enema using hydrogen peroxide, you should always do a regular enema in order to clean out the area. Do a couple. Do it a dozen times.  The concept behind a retention enema is different than a regular enema. The purpose of a regular enema is to clean out your lower colon and rectum. The purpose of a retention enema is to hold a fluid in your rectum for a period of time so that it will provide a treatment to the tissues of the colon and so that some of it will be absorbed into your bloodstream.  The inner surface of the colon contains a vast array of capillaries that can actively absorb fluid from the colon.  This area is probably the most efficient place to introduce any water soluble compound into the body.  The proper way to use hydrogen peroxide in the colon is to first perform a regular enema (or a series of them) in order to ensure that the inside of the colon and rectum are as squeaky clean as they can be. THEN and only then, should
a diluted mixture of hydrogen peroxide and distilled water be allowed entry into the rectum via the enema. Let me put this in very plain English. There is no reason to use hydrogen peroxide to disinfect the fecal matter in your rectum and
colon. This is a waste of time, effort and money. As much as possible, you should endeavour to flush such waste out of your system with pure water first. Again, if 500 parts per million is considered safe and effective, this is the amount to consider for use in a retention enema AFTER you have cleaned the bowels with regular enemas. Start with a very small amount of fluid so as not to put too much pressure on the inside of the rectum and colon. One pint is a reasonable place to begin. To prepare a pint of diluted hydrogen peroxide (500ppm), you need one-eighth as much hydrogen peroxide as you would need to make a gallon. One half of a tablespoon of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide added to one pint of distilled water will result in a dilute mixture that is 500 parts per million (0.05%) hydrogen peroxide. Feel free to start with less fluid or a lower concentration.


Take a small lid from a used water bottle, fill it with 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide and carefully place it over any small area of skin that you want to treat. Hold it firmly for as long as you wish and let the hydrogen peroxide soak into
the skin. If you notice any tingling at all, stop immediately, remove the lid and flush with lots of water.

In humans, all body tissues and fluids contain an abundance of the enzyme catalase which limits the level of hydrogen peroxide by converting it to water and oxygen. This is NOT the case in dogs, chickens and other animals. When compared to humans, laboratory rats have about 25% the amount of catalase, dogs have 11% and chickens only have 0.7%.
(A.L. Lorincz, J.J. Jacoby, H.M. Livingstone, “Studies on
the Parenteral Administration of Hydrogen Peroxide”,
Anesthesiology, 9, page 162)
PLEASE, PLEASE, be careful when using hydrogen peroxide with your pets! Many people have reported benefits for their pets when using hydrogen peroxide, but keep remembering that animals and humans are very different.


Hydrogen peroxide is being used in various ways to increase the growth rate and productivity of plants. Mushroom farmers find hydrogen peroxide a cheap and efficient way to promote mushroom growth and protect mushrooms from harmful
spores.  Farmguard Products of Minnesota reports that non-bearing fruit trees are able to produce fruit when given water containing hydrogen peroxide. Non-productive rice paddies in Japan were able to bear crops after being irrigated with
water mixed with hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is also used by farmers to make an effective nonpolluting insecticide in the field and can be used by home garden enthusiasts as a spray for home and garden plants.
(“Hydrogen Peroxide Uses in Agriculture”, Glencoe,
Minnesota, Farmguard Products)
As an inexpensive way for farmers to purify drinking water,hydrogen peroxide can be added to drinking water for farm animals. In addition to serving as a catalyst for promoting oxygenation of the blood and killing harmful viruses and bacteria, hydrogen peroxide added to drinking water helps to eliminate worms and other parasites from the intestines.  Food grade hydrogen peroxide is also used to rinse milk cans and bulk tanks to destroy bacteria and other pathogens.  It is diluted with water and used as a spray to clean barn walls and floors. Hydrogen peroxide mixtures are used to clean wounds and wash the udders of cows, which results in
a lower bacteria count in their milk.  When given to dairy cows, it can increase both the milk production and its butterfat content. One farmer relates his
experience with hydrogen peroxide:  “In 1990, I was administering hydrogen peroxide to a dairy
herd, at 30ppm, added to their drinking water. All the water
on the farm was treated, so it was also in the cleanup water, etc. The cows became extremely healthy. Bacteria counts dropped and butterfat went up. Those two criteria convert immediately to money for the farmer. He is paid more for his
milk the very next pickup. So, I started taking it myself.”
(Letter from Randall Prue to Oxytherapy.com, March 15,


Probably the most famous use of hydrogen peroxide on animals involved “The Birdman of Alcatraz”. Robert Stroud, while in the penitentiary serving a life sentence, cared for many wild songbirds. One of his most basic treatments was
to add a 0.75% concentration of hydrogen peroxide to theirdrinking water. He summarized his knowledge in a book that was entitled “A Digest on the Diseases of Birds” which was the inspiration for the movie “Birdman of Alcatraz” which was released in 1961 and starred Burt Lancaster. Buy the book. Watch the movie.


The list really is endless. You can certainly try hydrogen peroxide for any purpose. Here are just a few more...
Cleaning grout between ceramic tile
Removing ink, perspiration, and rust stains
Oven cleaner, Disinfect cutting boards
Soak your toothbrushes between uses
(Q) What causes hydrogen peroxide to foam up?
(A) There is an enzyme in human skin called catalase that rapidly converts hydrogen peroxide into water and gaseous oxygen. (2H2O2 > 2H2O + O2) When hydrogen peroxide comes into contact with skin, the catalase in the skin produces
oxygen which forms the bubbles that you see. These bubbles do NOT disinfect your skin! It is the action of invisible hydroxyl radicals that are also formed that actually kills bacteria, viruses, fungus, mold, yeast and parasites. Large
amounts of bubbling only means that the concentration being used is probably too high.
(Q) Are there any side effects?
(A) A noticeable effect of overconsumption is a sense of stomach bloating or gas. As with any emergency, accident or overdose involving hydrogen peroxide, the solution is to drink large amounts of water in order to dilute the hydrogen
peroxide. Diarrhea and the passing of worms in the bowel movements are a the most commonly reported “side effect” of ingesting hydrogen peroxide. Sounds like a benefit to me.  The catalase enzyme is also found in cells that line the stomach
and intestine. It is designed to reduce levels of hydrogen peroxide that are simply too high. If you are sensing gas and bloating in your digestive system, you are simply consuming amounts of hydrogen peroxide that are too concentrated.
(Q) Is the oral consumption of hydrogen peroxide FDA approved?
(A) No. Then again, the oral consumption of regular water and the breathing of oxygen are not FDA “approved” either.  When we need government “approval” to obtain and ingest the most vital necessities of life, it’s either time to throw in the towel or it’s time for another revolution.


There are endless scams on the internet offering “oxygen” pills, capsules or pills that claim they are superior to hydrogen peroxide. The benefits of hydrogen peroxide are not simply due to the fact that it contains oxygen. Get that idea
out of your head. It simply doesn’t work that way.


Hydrogen peroxide is important to human metabolism because it is hydrogen peroxide. You cannot expect a completely different chemical compound to perform the same functions as hydrogen peroxide. If you look at the ingredient
list, you will find ingredients such as magnesium peroxide, sodium chlorite, or various make believe words such as “stabilized oxygen” or “anaerocidal oxygen” or “stabilized electrolytes of oxygen” which can never provide the benefits that can be provided by food grade hydrogen peroxide.  Hydrogen peroxide is a very simple molecule that is produced purposefully by nearly every cell in the body. It is involved in protein, carbohydrate and fat metabolism, immunity, and any other system you might wish to explore.  There are a number of commercial products that claim to contain more oxygen than hydrogen peroxide and they would love for you to interpret this as meaning that their product can somehow have more biological activity than hydrogen peroxide. “Oxygenation” is not a credible basis
for the promotion of these products. Manufacturers of products which claim to have the same effect as hydrogen peroxide may not have a good understanding of the many biochemical roles of hydrogen peroxide in the body. Cancer and many other degenerative diseases are thought to be the results of poor cellular oxidative processes, not merely low oxygen levels! People with anemia or severe lung disease often suffer from severe oxygen deficits, but are not more likely to have cancer. The problem is not the delivery of oxygen to the cells, but the cells’ faltering ability to properly utilize and control that oxygen. Hydrogen peroxide dramatically boosts metabolic rates because it takes part in so many metabolic functions. “Oxygenated” products cannot and simply do not perform the same functions as hydrogen peroxide.  Why do so many of the products which are sold as “liquid oxygen” or “vitamin O” fail to tell you what and how much they really contain? Many of the compounds marketed in this category are not much different than watered down Clorox bleach. If you suspect that this is true, simply put a
few drops on your thumb and rub them together with your middle finger until they evaporate. Smell. If you detect the unmistakable odor of chlorine, then the product contains either chlorine dioxide, sodium chlorite or chlorous acid,
none of which provide the benefits of hydrogen peroxide and all of which leave toxic chlorine residues behind after they decompose.

Be cautious around products with “proprietary formulas” or “proprietary manufacturing processes”.  Be cautious around products that do not clearly document the amount (%) of hydrogen peroxide that they contain.  Do not be fooled. Do not accept substitutes.


There are a number of ways to manufacture hydrogen peroxide.
Small quantities of hydrogen peroxide can be made in the laboratory by...
1) Reacting barium peroxide with sulfuric acid.
2) Exposing water to ultraviolet light
3) Bubbling ozone through water
4) Running electricity through water (electrolysis)
5) Exposing ether to sunlight
6) Impinging a hydrogen-oxygen flame on ice
From 1920 to the 1950s, electrolysis (4) was the primary method used to produce very pure hydrogen peroxide.  Today, nearly all commercially available hydrogen peroxide is manufactured by a process known as the Riedl-Pfleiderer process which involves the oxidation of chemicals known as alkylhydroanthraquinones.
Hydrogen peroxide can be found in a variety of grades:  3% Hydrogen Peroxide (common pharmacy grade)  This grade is most commonly found in pharmacies and grocery stores. Hydrogen peroxide found in pharmacies and grocery stores contains a variety of stabilizers such as phenol, phenacetin, acetanilide, phosphoric acids, sodium pyrophosphate, nitrate, phosphoric acid, colloidal
silicate and sodium stannate (tin). Because of these added toxic chemicals, this cheap product should NEVER be used. Acetanilide was found in 1948 to cause
methemoglobinemia and can cause damage to the liver and kidneys. The drug acetaminophen (Tylenol) is a metabolite of acetanilide. Phenacetin has a depressant action upon the heart, has been shown to be carcinogenic, to cause renal necrosis (kidney damage) and hemolysis (red blood cell destruction).
6% Beauty Salon Hydrogen Peroxide
Everyone has heard of the “bottle blond”! These products contains an activator that makes them effective bleaching agents.


Legally, according to Department of Transportation regulations, any hydrogen peroxide that is concentrated to 8% or greater is classified as an “oxidizer” and must be treated as a hazardous material.
30% Technical Grade
One of the major industrial uses of hydrogen peroxide is in the bleaching of cotton textiles and, to a lesser extent, wool, silk, and certain vegetable fibers. At the turn of the century (1900) a large market for hydrogen peroxide was the bleaching
of straw hats which were very much in vogue. It is also used to bleach chemical pulps, in linoleum and to improve the color of certain waxes and oils. In addition, hydrogen peroxide is used to de-ink waste paper in the recycling process. These industries like using hydrogen peroxide because it is environmentally friendly. When hydrogen peroxide decomposes, it yields only water and oxygen. Hydrogen peroxide, when added to industrial and residential sewage and wastewaters, is able to kill harmful pathogens, making effluents safe for the environment. Hydrogen peroxide removes toxic and foul smelling pollutants from industrial gas streams and can also limit chlorine concentrations in water supplies. Hydrogen peroxide is used in the production of a wide variety of organic and inorganic chemicals, as well as in the manufacture of household bleaches.  Hydrogen peroxide is also used in the mining industry.
Hydrogen peroxide reacts...
1) with alkalis to form peroxides.
2) with potassium iodide, in the presence of ferrous sulfate, to release iodine.
3) with lead sulfide (PbS - brown) to form lead sulfate (PbSO4 - white). This is sometimes used to brighten oil paintings that have darkened with age.
4) with lead dioxide to form lead oxide.
5) with sulfites to form sulfates (in alkaline solutions)
6) with nitrites to form nitrates
7) with arsenites to form arsenates
8) with ferrous compounds to form ferric compounds.
9) with chromic compounds to form chromates.
10) with permanganates in acid solution to form manganous compounds plus oxygen of twice the volume available from the hydrogen peroxide
11) with dichromate in cold acid solution to form perchromic acid.
12) with titanic salt solutions to form pertitanic acid.
(Van Nostrand’s Scientific Encyclopedia, 4th ed., page 873)
When you look at how hydrogen peroxide is used in industry, you can see its obvious benefits in health when it is used in the human body. In industry, hydrogen peroxide is used to oxidize hydrogen sulfide, mercaptans, amines, aldehydes,chlorine, reduced sulfur compounds (thiosulfates, sulfites, sulfides), cyanides, nitrites, and hydrazine. Hydrogen peroxide is also used to hydrolyze formaldehyde, carbon disulfide, carbohydrates, organophosphates and nitrogen compounds and numerous water soluble polymers. With the assistance of metallic catalysts (iron, copper, manganese) hydrogen peroxide can detoxify phenols, BTEX pesticides, solvents, plasticizers, and virtually any other organic compound.  Hydrogen peroxide helps to break complex organic compounds into smaller, less toxic, biodegradable fragments.  Hydrogen peroxide is used to remove “biogrowth” or “microbial slime” that blocks the drainage pipes in septic
system leach fields. If hydrogen peroxide can do all that, don’t you think it might help you clean the crap out of your colon?


35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
This grade is approved for use in the food industry as a nontoxic disinfectant. Added to water, it is sprayed on cheese, eggs, vegetables, fruits and whey products to keep them free of unwanted bacteria. It is also used to disinfect aseptic food containers (milk and juice boxes). It is also an ingredient in contact lens cleaners, eye drops, aloe vera extracts, mouthwashes and tooth-whitening products. In addition, food grade hydrogen peroxide is used in the dairy industry as a disinfectant and bactericide. Luckily, the FDA is unlikely to remove hydrogen peroxide from the marketplace because, without it, the agriculture and food processing industries would pretty much come to a standstill. This is not to say
that the FDA isn’t going to try.

90% Hydrogen Peroxide
This grade is actually used by the military and in space exploration as a propulsion source for rocket fuel. It has been used as a propellant in both the U.S. and British military for over fifty years, primarily in torpedoes and missiles.
It was also used by NASA in Mercury spacecraft and other programs. It is a highly unstable conpound that can explode unless handled very carefully.
(David Andrews, “Advantages of Hydrogen Peroxide as a
Rocket Oxidant”, Journal of The British Interplanetary
Society, Volume 43, Number 7, July 1990, pages 319-328)

99.6% Hydrogen Peroxide
This grade was first made in 1954 as an experiment to see how pure hydrogen peroxide could be made.


Hydrogen peroxide is effective in very minute amounts.  Please take a look at the info
rmation below. Please realize th 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide is actually quite concentrated compared to the amounts that are found naturally in food and rain and spring water. It can be diluted by a factor of 1,000 and still be strong enough to disinfect your swimming pool or hot tub! Concentration added to sanitize water supplies by many farmers.
30 parts per million = 0.003%
Concentration needed to disinfect swimming pool or hot tub:
30-100 parts per million = 0.003%- 0.01%
Most common concentration given intravenously:
375 parts per million = 0.0375%


Concentration recognized by the Code of Federal Regulations as safe to add to milk during the making of cheese:
500 parts per million = 0.05%
Concentration recognized by the FDA as safe to add to fish eggs in order to prevent fungal growth 500 parts per million = 0.05%
Concentration that I personally drink:
500 parts per million = 0.05%
Concentration used to “shock” a swimming pool:
875 parts per million = 0.0875%
Concentration (purported) of the healing water at Lourdes:
2,500 parts per million = 0.25%
Foot soak using 3 gallons of water and one quart of 3%:
2,500 parts per million = 0.25%
Concentration of drinking water fed to experimental animals to successfully treat tumors:
4500 parts per million = 0.45%
Concentration often recommended by health practitioners in “purging” protocols:
5,000 parts per million = 0.5%
Concentration used by the “Birdman of Alcatraz”:
7,500 parts per million = 0.75%
Highest concentration given intravenously:
7,500 parts per million = 0.75%
Concentration approved by the FDA for mouthwash and gargle:
15,000 parts per million = 1.5%
Concentration approved by the FDA for topical application as a disinfectant on the skin:
30,000 parts per million = 3%
Concentration that the FDA has warned people about and recommends people should not drink (Duh!):
350,000 parts per million = 35%
Hydrogen peroxide can disinfect your swimming pool or hot tub at a minimum concentration of 30 parts per million.
The Federal Government says that it is safe to add hydrogen peroxide to milk and fish eggs (see the next pages), in a concentration of 500 parts per million. Why would you want to do more?? At 500 parts per million, hydrogen peroxide will kill bacteria, viruses, fungus, mold, and parasites while it is safe for humans.


3% Food-Grade-Hydrogen-Peroxide is 60 times more concentrated than the government says is safe and effective. 3% hydrogen peroxide is 1000 times more
concentrated than the minimum needed to disinfect your swimming pool or hot tub. More is not better!  Be patient. Be consistent. Keep your bodily levels high
enough to kill pathogenic organisms, but nowhere near high enough to kill you! All you need is enough. More is NOT better. There is no benefit to using too much. The point of using hydrogen peroxide is to overwhelm the weaker anti-oxidant defenses of pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast, mold and parasites while NOT damaging your own healthy bodily tissues.


The primary factors that contribute to the degradation of hydrogen peroxide are increased temperature, increased alkalinity, contamination (especially from metals such as iron, copper, silver, manganese, etc.), and to a lesser degree, exposure to ultraviolet light. Lower concentrations are extremely stable and decompose at the rate of less than 1% per year. Hydrogen peroxide will keep for years, but it is
guaranteed to NOT provide any benefit if you leave it in the bottle. Don’t store it. USE IT!

Keep hydrogen peroxide out of the reach of children. Never transfer hydrogen peroxide into unlabeled or improperly labeled containers. Store hydrogen peroxide in a cool, dark place. Under 68o F is best. Wrap the bottle in black plastic
and label it clearly. You can store 35% in the freezer, but there is no need to. Lower concentrations (12%, 8%, 3%) will turn slushy or freeze and should NOT be stored in the freezer. Do not leave containers open. It is possible that, over time, water can evaporate from the container, which may cause the concentration of hydrogen peroxide to increase to unknown, possibly dangerous levels.
Properly stored hydrogen peroxide (3%) is extremely stable. Higher concentrations (35%) decompose about 1% per year.  As highly concentrated hydrogen peroxide degrades into water and oxygen gas, it begins to exert pressure in the container in which it is stored. For this reason, it may not be
wise to store hydrogen peroxide in a glass bottle, unless the cap is specially designed to release any pressure buildup.  If you have any artificial parts in your body, you must seriously consider the risks of using hydrogen peroxide.
No one really knows what these risks are.  An extremely rare condition known as acatalasia [no catalase in the blood] has been observed in Japan.
(J.B. Stanbury, J.B. Wyngaarden and D.S. Fredericksen, The
Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease, Chapter 44,


In countless numbers of medical research studies it has been clearly established that external and internal use of hydrogen peroxide in dilute aqueous solutions is completely safe and non-toxic. The only problems occur when too highly concentrated solutions are accidentally consumed or spilled.  Diluting with large amounts of water is the basis of all emergency/ accident procedures.  Any use of hydrogen peroxide should never cause any pain of any kind. Even a tingling sensation means that you are using hydrogen peroxide in a concentration that is too high.  Stomach irritation has occurred in some cases when hydrogen
peroxide was consumed with well water which had a high iron content. When these people switched from well water to distilled water, the stomach irritation ceased.  If hydrogen peroxide is accidentally spilled on the skin, flush the area immediately with large amounts of water.  Skin contact with very concentrated hydrogen peroxide (8% and above) may cause a whitening under the skin. This is
simply trapped oxygen and usually returns to normal without any damage. Blistering may occur if contact continues for long periods.  If hydrogen peroxide is accidentally ingested in a quantity or concentration that is greater than recommended, drink large amounts of water in order to dilute it. NEVER induce vomiting.  This can cause the hydrogen peroxide to enter the
lungs. If stomach bloating is excessive or if there is severe pain, a tube should be inserted by emergency personel in order to relieve the gas pressure.  If hydrogen peroxide accidentally gets into the eyes, immediately flush with large amounts of water.  Hydrogen peroxide fumes can be highly concentrated. The warning sign is a stinging sensation in the sinuses or eyes. If this occurs, ventilate the area and leave the area.  “FDA considers the potential exposure to hazardous chemicals
in workplaces to be under the jurisdiction of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Department of Labor. Under the recommendation of the
American Conference of Governmental and Industrial hygienists, OSHA has adopted 1ppm or 1.4 milligrams per cubic meter of air as the permissible exposure to 90 percent hydrogen peroxide in workroom air”
(Federal Register, Volume 46, Number 6, January 9, 1981)


Purging schedule for 3% & 8%
Get a gallon of distilled water, take out 20 ounces of water and replace with 20 ounces of 3% hydrogen peroxide, yielding approximately a .5% solution or one half of one percent.  (20 ounces of 3% H2O2 contains .6 ounces of pure H2O2 and 19.4 ounces of water.  .6 divided by 128 ounces in a gallon yields .46875 % concentration of hydrogen peroxide.  This is stronger than any concentration listed above for 35%!!  If you are using 8%, remove 8 ounces of water and replace with 8% hydrogen peroxide to get exactly a 5% solution.
(8 ounces of 8% H2O2 contains .64 ounces of pure H2O2 and 19.36 ounces of water.  .64 divided by 128 ounces in a gallon yields .5 % concentration of hydrogen peroxide
This is stronger than any concentration listed above for 3% or for 35%!!)
1 ounce the 1st day .5% x 1 oz. = 0.005 ounces
2 ounces the 2nd day .5% x 2 oz. = 0.010 ounces
3 ounces the 3rd day .5% x 3 oz. = 0.015 ounces
4 ounces the 4th day .5% x 4 oz. = 0.020 ounces
5 ounces the 5th day .5% x 5oz. = 0.025 ounces
then try
5 ounces 3 times a day for 7 days .5% x 15oz. = 0.075 ounces
(This is the highest level ever recommended: it is a mere 75 thousandths of an ounce of pure H2O2 per day!)
5 ounces 2 times a day for 7 days .5% x 10oz. = 0.050 ounces
5 ounces once a day for 7 days .5% x 5oz. = 0.025 ounces
5 ounces once every other day for 7 days
5 ounces once every third day for 7 days
5 ounces once every fourth day for 7 days
If you find that the amounts are more than you can tolerate, then back off on the amount of intake until you feel that you are at a comfortable level. Stay at that level until you get the results you are looking for.
Remember, persistence pays off.


Why is this information being ignored?
The references listed here are clear scientific proof that Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide is beneficial to human health. These experiments have been conducted by qualified scientists at respected medical and educational institutions throughout the United States and the world. Their independent work has been ignored and has even been denied by “the powers that be” in our government,
our medical establishment and by the news media.  Please take the time to learn a little bit more about this travesty and how it may have important implications
for your health, the health of your family and friends, and quite literally, the health of our country and our entire world!
A simple search via the National Institute of Health’s Pub Med system lists over 40,000 published studies in addition to these listed here!
(enter ‘hydrogen peroxide’ as a search criteria)
“A Method of Destroying a Malignant Rat Tumor In
Vivo”, R.A. Holman, Nature, May 18, 1957, number 4568,
page 1033
“The Use of Hydrogen Peroxide as a Source of Oxygen in
a Regional Intra-Arterial Infusion System”, J.T. Mallams,
M.D., J.W. Finney, M.A. and G.A. Balla, M.D., Southern
Medical Journal, March 1962, volume 55.
“Application of Hydrogen Peroxide Infusion to
Maxillary Cancer”, Hiroshi Sasaki, Tadao Wakutani,
Sikayuki Oda and Yasuo Yamasaki, Yonago Acta Medica,
volume 11, number 3, pages 141-149
“Role of Oxygen-Dependent Mechanisms in Antibody-
Induced Lysis of Tumor Cells by Activated
Macrophages”, Carl Nathan and Zanvil Cohn, J. Exp. Med,
Volume 152, July 1980, pages 198-208
“Anti-Tumor Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide In Vivo”,
Carl F. Nathan and Zanvil A. Cohn, J. Exp. Med., Volume
154, November, 1981, pages 1539-1553
“Damage to Candida Albicans Hyphae and
Pseudohyphae by the Myeloperoxidase System and
Oxidative Products of Neutrophil Metabolism In Vitro”,
Richard D. Diamond, Robert A. Clark and Christian C.
Haudenschild, J. Clin. Invest, November 1980, Volume 66,
pages 908-917
“Killing of Aspergillus Fumigatus Spores and Candida
Albicans Yeast Phase by the Iron-Hydrogen Peroxide-
Iodide Cytotoxic System: Comparison with the
Myeloperoxidase-Hydrogen Peroxide-Halide System”,
Stuart M. Levitz and Richard D. Diamond, Infection and
Immunity, March, 1984, volume 43, number 3, pages 1100-
“Cardiac Resuscitation with Hydrogen Peroxide”,
Harold C. Urschel, et. al., Supplement II to Circulation,
volumes XXXI and XXXII, October 1965.
“Removal of Cholesterol and Other Lipids From
Experimental Animal and Human Atheromatous
Arteries by Dilute Hydrogen Peroxide”, James W. Finney,
et. al., Angiology, April, 1966, volume 17, pages 223-228
“Cardiovascular Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide: Current
Status”, Harold C. Urschel, Jr., M.D., Diseases of the Chest,
February, 1967, volume 51, pages 180-192
“Treatment of Arteriosclerotic Obstructive
Cerebrovascular Disease with Hydrogen Peroxide”,
Harold C. Urschel, Jr., M.D., et. al., Vascular Surgery, volume
1, number 2, pages 77-81
“Protection of the Ischemic Heart with DMSO Alone or
DMSO with Hydrogen Peroxide”, J.W. Finney, et. al.,
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1967, volume
151, pages 231-241
“Release of Hydrogen Peroxide by Granulocytes as a
Modulator of Platelet Reactions”, Peter H. Levine, Ronald
S. Weinger, JoAnn Simon, Kristine L. Scoon and Norman I.
Krinsky, The Journal of Clinical Investigation, April, 1976,
volume 57, pages 955-963
“Hydrogen Peroxide Elicits Pulmonary Arterial
Relaxation and Guanylate Cyclase Activation”, Theresa
M. Burke and Michael S. Wolin, American Journal
Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 1987, volume
252, issue 4, pages H721-H732
“Effect of Hydrogen Peroxide on Developing Plaque and
Gingivitis in Man”, Jan Wennstrom and Jan Lindhe,
Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 1979, volume 6, pages
“Effects of Topical Hydrogen Peroxide on Caries
Incidence and Bacterial Agglomerate Formation in
Rats”, R. Schmid, A.R. Firestone, and H.R. Muhlemann, J.
Dent. Res, July 1980, volume 59, number 7, page1173,
“Endotoxin-Inactivating Potency of Hydrogen Peroxide:
Effect on Cell Growth”, Frank A. DeRenzis, J. Dent. Res.,
May, 1981, volume 60, number 5, pages 933-935
“Peroxide of Hydrogen and its Use in Ear Diseases”,
Walter B. Johnson, M.D., The Journal of the American
Medical Association, October 29, 1892
“The Use of Peroxide of Hydrogen in Diseases of the
Nose, Throat and Ear”, W. Scheppegrell, A.M.M.D., The
Medical Record, August 8, 1896
“The Use of Hydrogen Peroxide to Clear Blocked
Ventilation Tubes”, Arnold K. Brennan, M.D., Ruth M.
Milner, M.A., Cynthia R. Weller, M.A., The American
Journal of Otology, January, 1986, volume 7, number 1,
pages 47-50
“Intra-Arterial Hydrogen Peroxide in Experimental
Gas-Gangrene”, B.M.L. Kapur and S.C. Arya, Ind. Jour.
Med. Res., December, 1967, volume 55, number 12, pages
“Peroxide of Hydrogen as a Remedial Agent”, I.N. Love,.
M.D., Journal of the American Medical Association, Volume
10, Number 9, March 3, 1888, pages 262-265
“The Necessary Peroxide of Hydrogen”, Robert T. Morris,
M.D., The Journal of the American Medical Association,
August 9, 1890, page 216
“Some of the Uses of Peroxide of Hydrogen in General
Surgery”, Thomas P. Manly, M.D., New England Medical
Monthly, December, 1892
“Peroxide of Hydrogen”, Warren Brown, M.D., The
Medical Sentinel of Portland, Oregon, February, 1896
“Studies on the Parenteral Administration of Hydrogen
Peroxide”, A.L. Lorincz, M.D., J.J. Jacoby, M.D. and H.M.
Livingstone, M.D., Anestaesiology, Volume 9, 1948, pages
“The Supersaturation of Biologic Fluids With Oxygen by
the Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide”, B.E. Jay, J.W.
Finney, G.A. Balla and J.T. Mallams, Texas Report Biol. &
Med., 1964, Volume 22, pages 106-109
“Peripheral Blood Changes in Humans and
Experimental Animals Following the Infusion of
Hydrogen Peroxide into the Carotid Artery”, J.W.
Finney, G.A. Balla, G.J. Race, and J.T. Mallams, Angiology,
1965, volume 16, pages 62-66
“The Oxygenation of Blood by Hydrogen Peroxide: In
Vitro Studies”, D.C. White and P.R. Teasdale, Brit. J.
Anaesth., 1966, Volume 38, pages 339-344
“Comparison of Effects on Tissue Oxygenation of
Hyperbaric Oxygen and Intravascular Hydrogen
Peroxide.”, Norman B. Ackerman, M.D. and Floyd B.
Brinkley, B.S., Surgery, February, 1968, volume 63, number
2, pages 285-290
“Extracorporeal Oxygenation with Hydrogen Peroxide”,
John A. Awad, M.D. and Wilfrid M. Caron, M.D., Journal of
Surgical Research, August, 1969, Volume 9, number 8,
pages 487-491
“Generation of Hydrogen Peroxide in Biomembranes”,
T. Ramasarma, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1982,
Volume 694, pages 69-93
“Formation and Reduction of a ‘Peroxy’ Intermediate of
Cytochrome C Oxidase by Hydrogen Peroxide”, John M.
Wrigglesworth, Biochem. J. , 1984, volume 217, pages 715-
“Peroxide of Hydrogen as a Hoemostatic”, M.F. Coomes,
A.M.M.D., Louisville Medical Monthly, September, 1896
“Hydrogen Peroxide as a Topical Hemostatic Agent”,
Fred M. Hankin, M.D., et al., Clinical Orthopaedics and
Related Research, June, 1984, Number 186, pages 244-248
“Extracellular Cytolysis by Activated Macrophages and
Granulocytes - I. Pharmacologic Triggering of Effector
Cells and the Release of Hydrogen Peroxide”, Carl F.
Nathan, Linda H. Brukner, Samuel C. Silverstein and Zanvil
A. Cohn, J. Exp. Med., January, 1979, volume 149, pages
“Extracellular Cytolysis by Activated Macrophages and
Granulocytes - I. Hydrogen Peroxide as a Mediator of
Cytotoxicity”, Carl F. Nathan, Linda H. Brukner, Samuel
C. Silverstein and Zanvil A. Cohn, J. Exp. Med., January,
1979, volume 149, pages 100-113
“Hydrogen Peroxide Metabolism in Human Monocytes
During Differentiation In Vitro”, Akira Nakagawara, Carl
F. Nathan and Zanvil A. Cohn, Journal Clin. Invest.,
November 1981, volume 68, pages 1243-1252
“The Effect of Intra-Arterial Hydrogen Peroxide in
Rabbits Infected With Clostridum Perfringens”, Bruce
E. Bradley, et. al., The Journal of Trauma, Volume 5,
Number 6, 1965
“Killing and Lysis of Gram-negative Bacteria Through
the Synergistic Effect of Hydrogen Peroxide, Ascorbic
Acid and Lysozyme”, T.E. Miller, Journal of Bacteriology,
June, 1969
“Hydrogen Peroxide Mediated Killing of Bacteria”,
Dennis P. Clifford and John E. Repine, Molecular and
Cellular Biochemistry, 1982, volume 49, pages 143-149
“Influenzal Pneumonia: The Intravenous Injection of
Hydrogen Peroxide”, T.H. Oliver, M.A., B.Ch. Cantab,
M.D., and D.V. Murphy, M.B., The Lancet, Feb 21, 1920,
pages 432-433
“Vicarious Absorption of Oxygen in Pulmonary
Obstruction”, R.A. Reid, M.D., The Massachusetts
Medical Journal, September, 1901
“Killing of Blood-Stage Murine Malaria Parasites by
Hydrogen Peroxide”, Hazel M. Dockrell and John H.L.
Playfair, Infection and Immunity, January, 1983, volume 39,
number 1, pages 456-459
“On a Simple and Painless Treatment of Warts”, M.
Manok, Cumulated Index Medicus, Hautarzt, September,
1961, volume 12:425, Germany
“The Peroxide of Hydrogen (Medicinal); An
Indespensable Wound Sterilizer”, George H. Pierce,
M.D., New England Medical Monthly, November 1892
“Use of Intra-Arterial Hydrogen Peroxide to Promote
Wound Healing”, G.A. Balla, M.D., et. al., American
Journal of Surgery, November 1964, Volume 108, pages
The following monograph was never published in a peerreviewed
journal, but it should definitely be reviewed by
anyone interested in learning about hydrogen peroxide.
“The Therapeutic Use of Intravenous Hydrogen
Peroxide and its Adjunctive Use in EDTA Chelation
Therapy”, Charles H. Farr, M.D., PhD., (A Review, Clinical
Experience and Experimental Protocol, 1986)
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