Hydrogen peroxide iv therapy has been the debate of many professionals in the medical field over the past decade. Just so it’s clear, we’re talking about the brown bottle that your children are terrified of whenever they scrape their knees. It has been used to treat diseases such as, Lime Disease, toothaches, parasites and even cancer in some cases. Despite the noted uses of the common household product it has been demonized by many who believe that it is a poison that has no place inside the human body. Here you will find a short description of the pros and cons of using hydrogen peroxide therapy.
• Simple procedure that offers an enormous number of benefits
• It is a cheaper alternative to other medical procedures for similar ailments
• It will kill or severely inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses which use Carbon Dioxide for fuel.
These are only a few examples of the many uses the H202. While it is most commonly used as a means of disinfecting cuts and scrapes, in this instance the peroxide is used to flush toxins out of the blood stream. It can also assist in oxygenating the blood which would in turn improve blood pressure as well as respiratory function.
The use of hydrogen peroxide in the form of an IV is, medically speaking, a relatively new form of medical procedure. Despite being more than fifty years old, there is still a great deal to learn about. This coupled with the fact that most people find the act of putting peroxide in your body, in any capacity, to be an extremely undesirable act, it is unlikely that there will ever be any seriously funded research done anytime soon. I suppose it would be unfair to call this a con in regards to its existence but it is unfortunate. It is worth noting however that there have been reported cases where intravenous use of hydrogen peroxide has had negative effects on some individuals. But as with any medicine it is bound to happen at some point during clinical trials.