There are two methods of obtaining hydrogen peroxide orally and intravenously. Most medical conditions respond well to oral ingestion of hydrogen peroxide. The hydrogen peroxide therapy is also used as an alternative medical treatment for cancer. Hydrogen peroxide is injected intravenously in very low concentrations (less than 1%) in the bloodstream. The use of the peroxide intravenously was reported in 1920 during the influenza epidemic. The intravenous infusion of peroxide was used successfully to treat pneumonia in the epidemic after WW I. hydrogen peroxide intravenously reduced the mortality rate of pneumonia in half.

In the 1940s, Father Richard Wilhelm, said hydrogen peroxide is used to treat diseases related to mental bacteria of the skin disease and polio. According to the American Cancer Society: “There is no scientific evidence that hydrogen peroxide is a cancer treatment safe, effective and useful.”

Tumor cells, bacteria and foreign matter in the blood can usually be destroyed with hydrogen peroxide therapy. Surgery and chemotherapy destroy brain tissue. The intravenous infusion of hydrogen peroxide may be the biggest breakthrough ever for brain tumors. The intravenous infusion of hydrogen peroxide also helps pulmonary disease, gangrene, arterioslerosis, AIDS, influenza, asthma, cancer, etc.

Emphysema is a condition in which intravenous infusion of hydrogen peroxide is the best. Emphysema is the destruction of the alveoli, tiny air sacs in the lungs. A vaporizer improves nighttime breathing through the use of at least 1 ounce of hydrogen peroxide 35% mixed in a gallon of unchlorinated water. Infusion of hydrogen peroxide has the ability to cleanse the inner lining of the lungs and restore the ability to breathe. Within minutes, oxygen from hydrogen peroxide begins to propagate between the lining of the membrane sacs of the lungs and mucus accumulation. The patient begins to cough and expel accumulated material in the lungs. The amount of bubbles, coughing, and cleansing can be regulated by simply turning the hydrogen peroxide on or off. As hydrogen peroxide cleans the lung surface and destroys the bacterial infections, the patient regains the ability to breathe better.