[H]ydrogen peroxide therapy was intense for me and while I was sure it was the right thing at the right time, I began experiencing nausea somewhere around 12 drops (that’s 35% H2O2, three times a day) and by the time I got to 16 drops I detested the peroxide so much I couldn’t go on any further.
So having read a lot about oxygen therapy in general, I figured ozone would be equivalent and I switched to medical ozone using an earscope (also called ear insufflation). In fact, I had originally planned on using ozone but the cost was prohibitive and I had read this comment on curezone.com:
i no longer drink ozonated water becaue i’ve found oral H2O2 to be much more effective and longer lasting.
Now to present a balanced picture, here’s Dr. Saul Pressman, DCh, LOH arguing the other side of the coin:
Ozone is more useful than hydrogen peroxide, because it doesn’t have the hydrogen component, which gets in the way. For example, when doing IV, hydrogen peroxide must be kept to an extremely low concentration : .0375%, to avoid burning the vein. That is 80 times weaker than common drugstore 3%. But ozone can be used at quite high concentrations, even 70 ug/ml, before there are problems with vein sclerosing, red blood cell damage, etc. So ozone is actually much safer.
Even though hydrogen peroxide didn’t work out for me as a long-term therapy, I may go back to it for a maintenance dose eventually, possibly taking 10 drops once a day in the early morning while I’m still sleepy enough not to notice the taste.
But, back to the story, with generous help from my mom, I got the 03Elite dual ozone generator. My first dose was 10 minutes at 1/32 and about 50 ug/ml. That was too much and it has taken me some time to work out a level I can tolerate reasonably.
This past week I was able to do five days in a row (starting at five minutes and rising to seven minutes) but it was still a very intense week with lots of muscle aches and pains, tightness, and feeling crummy generally. On the third night I developed a migraine which I stopped with an enema and discovered that the cause was the usual biotoxic slime I’ve seen come out before when doing hydrogen peroxide.
This makes me very happy because now I know that ear insufflation ozone has the same cleansing effect as drinking ozone and drinking hydrogen peroxide – that’s pretty cool that these therapies are pretty much interchangeable. I’m super impressed with ozone and this experience over the last few months makes me think that the biotoxins are probably equally important in the grand scheme of my illness as the heavy metals.
Most people with heavy metal toxicity can simply chelate the metals out and all of the other physiological problems melt away gradually without the need to go into liver and colon cleansing etc. I just happen to be one of those difficult cases who needed much more comprehensive support and preparation.
It’s also possible that I could have succeeded with DMSA chelation alone for a year before attempting ALA. That’s because DMSA relies more on the kidneys and less on the liver and would not have exacerbated my copper problem. And because reducing lead, reduces mercury toxicity dramatically. Anyway, I’m glad I did it the hard way because I’ve learned so much about human healing.
Some other tidbits relevant to my superoxide dismutase flaws: