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Why Ozone is Superior to Hydrogen Peroxide as a Healing Protocol

Message: 1
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 01:48:35 -0700
From: "Saul Pressman"
Subject: Re: 03 and H202

Dear Neil,

Hydrogen peroxide is H2O2. In water, it is H2O2 + H2O.

Ozone is O3. In water it is O3 + H2O.

Hydrogen peroxide cannot be made by ozone in the ordinary fashion of running ozone into water. We used to ozonate water for 12 hours over night before bottling it, when we sold water in Vancouver in 1995 and 1996. It did not turn to peroxide.

Ozone is more useful than hydrogen peroxide, because it doesn't have the hydrogen component, which gets in the way. For example, when doing IV, hydrogen peroxide must be kept to an extremely low concentration : .0375%, to avoid burning the vein. That is 80 times weaker than common drugstore 3%. But ozone can be used at quite high concentrations, even 70 ug/ml, before there are problems with vein sclerosing, red blood cell damage, etc. So ozone is actually much safer.

There are some studies showing hydrogen peroxide to be mutagenic. There are none showing ozone made from oxygen to be so.

In addition, when drinking H2O2, the majority of people become nauseated at a level that is not very high : 12 - 15 drops is enough. Whereas, with ozone, highly ozonated water has no nauseating effect. Often, people will drink 8 glasses of ozonated water. I don't think anyone could stomach that much H2O2 in a day.

Also, H2O2 does not just break down to H2O and O1. It also breaks to H+ and OH- and O1. The H+ is what is measured in pH (potential of hydrogen): the level of acid. So taking H2O2 orally over a long time could impair the stomach's ability to produce the right amount of acid necessary for digestion.

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul Pressman, DCh, LOH
http://www.plasmafire.com

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