Hydrogen peroxide fights not only bacteria but also viruses, parasites, and yeasts. This therapy can positively affect conditions such as high blood pressure, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, and asthma.
The most common method of receiving hydrogen peroxide is through an intravenous injection. The use of hydrogen peroxide in alternative medicine is widespread because hydrogen peroxide is produced naturally by the body to fight infection. Human pathogens are anaerobic, so they cannot survive in oxygen-rich environments.
When injected, hydrogen peroxide destroys the disease by mimicking the immune response, increasing oxygen in the body.
There is a new development in the treatment of vascular disease, Chelox Therapy, which involves the combination of treatment with EDTA and hydrogen peroxide, not in the same infusion but separated by at least one day.
Hydrogen peroxide has also been shown to dissolve cholesterol and calcium deposits associated with atherosclerosis. Therefore, it is a good treatment for vascular disorders. This can result in the decrease or disappearance of angina, pain in the legs, and transient ischemic attacks in the brain.
IV drips can last anywhere from 15 minutes to 90 minutes.
IV therapy deliver vitamins directly into the bloodstream. Receiving vitamins through infusions allows the nutrients to bypass the digestive system directly into the bloodstream for a quicker vitality.
Some insurance may cover, depending on your medical needs. Consult with your insurance company to know if your insurance covers the specific IV therapy you want to have.