Saturday, November 17, 2012

Disclaimer...What you read on this site is opinion only. I am not
a doctor or any specialist in anything pertaining to this site. I'm
only a cancer survivor for over 5 years due to the alternative approach.
I did NOT follow the medical approach...I followed the alternative
approach to curing cancer. Now you know why I have a strong opinion.
Everyone knows someone with cancer or that has died from cancer. It's
time for some new awareness...knowledge and real honesty about cancer,
treatment and recovery, not death from cancer and/or its treatment.
Please pass this blog on. Thank You & God Bless.
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This article is quite lengthy. I'm going to post it in parts so the whole
article can be read in a few days. I use this as a part of my cancer/disease
free maintenance.

The Many Benefits of Hydrogen Peroxide
    By Dr. David G. Williams
    (Original title: Hydrogen Peroxide - Curse or Cure?)

    When it comes to hydrogen peroxide therapy there seems to be only two points
of view. Supporters consider it one of the greatest healing miracles of all time.
Those opposed feel its ingestion is exceptionally dangerous, and only the
foolhardy could think of engaging in such behavior. Before either condemning or
endorsing hydrogen peroxide, let's take a real close look at what we're dealing
with.  If any substance is interesting, it's hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide
should really be called hydrogen dioxide. Its chemical formula is H2O2. It
contains one more atom of oxygen that does water (H20). By now everyone's
aware  of the ozone layer that surrounds the earth. Ozone consists of three atoms
of oxygen (03). This protective layer of ozone is created when ultraviolet light
from the sun splits an atmospheric oxygen molecule (02) into two single, unstable
oxygen atoms. These single molecules combine with others to form ozone (03).
Ozone isn't very stable. In fact, it will quickly give up that extra atom of oxygen to
falling rainwater to form hydrogen peroxide (H202). (Bear with me: all this
chemistry mumbo jumbo I'm going through actually will help you understand the
importance of hydrogen peroxide.)

    Helps Plants

It is this hydrogen peroxide in rainwater that makes it so much more effective
than tap water when given to plants. With the increased levels of atmospheric
pollution, however, greater amounts of H202 react with air-borne toxins and never
reach the ground. To compensate for this, many farmers have been increasing crop
yields by spraying them with diluted hydrogen peroxide (5 to 16 ounces of 35%
mixed with 20 gallons of water per acre). You can achieve the same beneficial
effect with your house plants by adding 1 ounce of 3% hydrogen peroxide (or 16
drops of 35% solution) to every quart of water you give your plants. (It can also
be made into an excellent safe insecticide. Simply spray your plants with 8 ounces
of 3% peroxide mixed with 8 ounces of white sugar and one gallon of water.)

Hydrogen peroxide is odorless and colorless, but not tasteless. When stored under
the proper conditions, it is a very stable compound. When kept in the absence of
light and contaminants, it dis-mutates (breaks down) very slowly at the rate of
about 10% a year. (This can be slowed even further by storing the liquid in the
freezer.) It boils at 152 degrees C and freezes at minus 2 degrees C.

 When exposed to other compounds hydrogen peroxide dis mutates readily. The
extra oxygen atom is released leaving H20 (water). In nature oxygen (02) consists
of two atoms--a very stable combination. A single atom of oxygen, however, is very
reactive and is referred to as a free radical. Over the past several years, we've
continually read that these free radicals are responsible for all types of  ailments
 and even premature aging. What many writers seem to forget, however, is that our
bodies create and use free radicals to destroy harmful bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
In fact, the cells responsible for fighting infection and foreign invaders in the body
(your white blood cells) make hydrogen peroxide and use it to oxidize any
offending culprits. The intense bubbling you see when hydrogen peroxide comes
in contact with a bacteria-laden cut or wound is the oxygen being released and
bacteria being destroyed. The ability of our cells to produce hydrogen peroxide is
essential for life. H202 is not some undesirable by-product or toxin, but instead
a basic requirement for good health. 

          Continued in the next post.
          The older husband
At 85 years, Morris marries a lovely 25 year old woman. Because her new husband
is so old, the woman decides that on their wedding night they should have separate
She is concerned that the old fellow could overexert himself. After the wedding
festivities she prepares herself for bed and for the knock on the door she is
Sure enough the knock comes and there is her groom ready for action. They unite in
conjugal union and all goes well whereupon he takes his leave of her and she
prepares to go to sleep for the night.
After a few minutes there's a knock on the door and there old Morris is again
ready for more action. Somewhat surprised she consents to further coupling which
is again successful after which the octogenarian bids her a fond good night and
She is certainly ready for slumber at this point, and is close to sleep, for the
second time when there is another knock at the door and there he is again fresh as
a 25 year old and ready for more. Once again they do the horizontal boogie. As
they're laying in afterglow the young bride says to him, "I am really impressed that
a man your age has enough juice to go at it three times. I've been with guys less
than half your age who were only good for one time. You're a great lover Morris."

Morris looks confused, and turns to her and says," I was here already?"

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
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