How Long Before I Feel Better?

Posted by John on 05/26/2007

Hi there I am currently using H2O2, and am confused as to why I am still getting symptoms after 3 weeks. Could u tell me: 1) How long a healing crisis can last for someone with CFS? 2) How long someone should stay on a dose ( say 10 drops ) before moving up? Is it ok to move up doses quickly? 3) If one were to come down with flu type symptoms, should they continue with the Hydrogen Peroxide, or stop? Many thanx in advance John

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome I have found should be best handled by dealing with getting the body in an alkaline state first, and take magnesium and malate supplements. H2O2 is seen as supportive by reducing the microbes so that the body can defend itself.

No one single supplements is going to help CFS. I would much prefer to start off with 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda (with 1/4 teaspoon of citric acid, if possible) in 1/2 glass of water taken 2 times a day. The urine pH should reach 7, and from then on, I would then take magnesium citrate (or magnesium chloride 250 mg for 4 days or 5 days out of a week, plus some apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoon plus 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda that can be alternated with the 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda and the citric acid, (or just the 8 teaspoon of lime juice or lemon juice with 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda, 1/2 glass of water).

You can do whichever, but once the body reaches urinary pH of 7, or if you can't get pH to measure them, usually the baking soda and citric acid , or baking soda and lime or lemon juice should reach the desire pH relatively quick, within 3-4 days. Thereafter, apple cider vinegar (malic acid) is then alternated with the original baking soda and lime, plus magnesium supplements 250 mg. At this time than a couple of drops of H2O2, can be taken, for a week or so.

If it doesn't get any better, clove oil, toothpick dipped in it in a glass of water, well stirred will help. People seems to be oversensitive of clove oil, but I find the most effective in reducing the CFS, if they can tolerate the level. However, H2O2 does help, but for me, I used them as a supportive CFS rather than the main venue for CFS remedy. Both zinc (zinc gluconate 50 mg, 2 times a week) and iodine (from kelp) taken every day, is also necessary to raise the immune system.

I had one case of CFS that was cured after taking sufficient amounts of baking soda, citric acid (or lemon juice), with plenty of apple cider vinegar and baking soda, where later H2O2 and baking soda were later used as maintenance dose, in the later stages rather than the initial stages of CFS.

If none of the above is helping than the issue become heavy metal toxicity, in which case, chlorella capsules, one a day 5 days out of a week, and chinese parsley will remove the heavy metals. Sodium ascorbate vitamin C 1000 mg/day should always be taken to lower the level of prooxidants of heavy metals too.

In rare instances, pseudoestrogens from the food we eat and other contaminants maybe causing the problem so taking a bath with borax (which is a better soap for me, at least) should correct or at least reduce the negative effects of them as this promotes testosterone and removes immune suppressing fluorides from the body. And I haven't even need to mention the chlorinated water and its effect on the immune system, which should also be avoided, or neutralize the chlorine.

The key to a cure is to cover all territorities.