i have just finished a full round of oxidative therapy using ingestable hydrogen peroxide. i initially read about h2o2 therapy here on ATS, and so i
have returned to share my results.
i began this regimen blindly. i am fond of using my body as an experimental chemistry lab, exploring the full range of physical states, and by so
doing, refining my consious experience. h2o2 did not disappoint.
some might call this foolhardy, as i have also been on a 500 calorie/day diet for the past 5 weeks.
the regimen i used follows:
from THIS website.
Day # -Number of Drops/ Times Per Day
1 - 3 / 3
2 - 4 / 3
3 - 5 / 3
4 - 6 / 3
5 - 7 / 3
6 - 8 / 3
7 - 9 / 3
8 - 10 / 3
9 - 12 / 3
10 - 14 / 3
11 - 16 / 3
12 - 18 / 3
13 - 20 / 3
14 - 22 / 3
15 - 24 / 3
16 - 25 / 3
as the number of drops per day increased, it became clearer to me the effect that it was having. at day #14, i started experiencing a sense of
hyperventilation which was both peculiar and slightly frightening.
while walking at a normal pace, my heart was beating fiercely and i could not tell if i needed more air or less air. i became extremely dehydrated.
but i did not feel as though i was unwell....on the contrary, i had reserves of energy and mental clarity which i have never before experienced in my
recently in my college biology course, i have been studying cellular respiration.
the short story is that the entire process of energy production in the body is electro-chemically driven by the oxygen radical, or O- typically, the
body obtains O- through breathing.
interestingly, the action of h2o2 in the body is to release more oxygen radicals into your system. thus i propose the following conclusions of this
1- higher rate of cellular respiration.
2- body must compensate for imbalance of h2o to h2o2.
in any case, i have found it to be beneficial and certainly not harmful.
i am NOT a doctor
. do not take this as medical advice.