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Questions About H2O2 for a Heart Condition; Okay to Take H2O2 While Traveli

Posted by Yatra on 08/13/2010

Hi Ted,

Hope this will find you healthy and in good terms with life.

I have been reading your comments in the earth clinic, and I have a question for you. I have been researching in the internet about H2O2 and only find old researches up to now, and nothing really up to date apart of the questions and answers at the earth clinic site.

Here is my question: For a person with heart conditions (hypertrophic miocardy), and a small cyst in the liver what would be your recomendations for taking H2O2? Do you think it would be beneficial? What would be the doses recommended of the 3%? For how long?
This person travels a lot by plane, some times long journeys to India or South America from Europe. Is it ok to take the H2O2 while traveling? And at the same day as flying in airplanes? I read also in the internet that if you are going to travel by plane, you have to stop to take H2O2 a few days before because of the pressure. Is that true?

Looking forward to hear from you as soon as possible.
Tahnk you so much for all the information.
Many blessings to you and warm regards
Yatra

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
08/14/2010
383 posts

Since H2O2 stays in the blood for about 50 minutes taking it 1 hour before the plane flies can therefore be taken on same day. Magnesium is helpful for heart while vitamin normalize blood antioxidant I think helpful for long plane trips but I would avoid calcium due to heart attacks and stroke taking such supplements.

Ted

Replied by Yatra
08/14/2010

Dear Ted

Thank you for your prompt answer. What about the doses using 3% H2O2? I have found many controversy about that.
I really appreciate all your input.

Talking about calcium, this person takes calcium magnesium as she is 58 years old, with osteopeny. What do you think about Calcium/magnesium butyrate?

Thank you very very much for everything
Many blessings and warm regards
Yatra

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
08/14/2010
383 posts

Osteopenia is the body's inability to form bone matrices for a couple of reasons fungi in bones, metabolic acidosis, low magnesium (if you know Dr. Kervan`s work biological transmutation), low collagen which holds bone matrices and certain minerals that strengthens bones such as strontium and of course the old fashion vitamin d3 between 5000 iu to 10000 iu a day. You need 2 molecules magnesium for each calcium and vitamin d will raise calcium without the need to take them. Cows don't drink milk for calcium. Boron kills fungus and normalize calcium metabolism also.

The average dose H2O2 without problems is one capful 3 percent per liter of water.
Ted


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