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Posted by: Roger
Date: July 28, 2009 11:04 PM

My doctor closed his practice so I found a new one but his IV H2O2 is in 250cc's, not 500cc's of 5% glucose in water with no manganese added. This is an hour & a half treatment. I have no medical issues at the present. Other than these two items, his treatment is the same as you state in your article on H2O2.
1. How much manganese is normally used?
2. What are your thoughts on the smaller bag?
3. I've only done 3 hr. disodium edta 3grams, but now have a choice and could do shorter treatments with calcium edta [1.5 gram IV] What are your thoughts here?
4. What are your thoughts on a 1.5 gram edta push as opposed the the above?
5.What do you think of IV ozone? I haven't been able to find any good info on this other than it's hard to find in the USA. Well now I found it, but does it compare to H2O2?
You have a great website. My old doctor and his nurse referred patients to your article on H2O2.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at July 29, 2009 12:25 AM by Dr. Kennedy.

Re: IV H2O2 IV EDTA IV Ozone
Posted by: drron
Date: July 29, 2009 12:32 AM

1. 0.5 mg.
2. The purpose of the standard formula is to deliver the therapeutic results without provoking sclerosis of the veins in use. A smaller volume with the same amount of H2O2 would be more caustic on the vein wall and almost surely cause sclerosis.
3. If the problem is with advanced vascular disease and chance of stroke or heart attack, I advocate di-sodium EDTA. If the purpose is prevention, calcium EDTA is comparable.
4. I would never give a push of EDTA, although I know they do it in Europe - very slowly I presume. However, it would be much safer by the traditional drip method.
5. IV ozone has many uses, but IV H2O2 will fully substitute in most cases with the possible exception of insufflation of the gut or vagina. Also, treatment with ozone via the ear canal has special uses.

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