You seem to disregard the facts that I provided. Would you be so kind to let us know what is wrong about those facts, please?
As to putting carcinogenic chemicals in an IV, that topic is covered on the Wikipedia page to which I referred. In addition to the above question, I’d like to hear your opinion about Wikipedia’s statements.
For additional reading, I recomment A Prescription Of Death, which covers the case of Katherine Bibeau. Poor Katherine got two hydrogen peroxide IV’s: one on a Tuesday, one on the following Thursday. On Sunday, she died.
The “doctor” who prescribed the IV was charged with homicide. And rightly so, given what we know about intravenous use of hydrogen peroxide. Please do not just discard these facts.
Another interesting read would be the Snopes article about hydrogen peroxide. A few interesting quotes from that article:
- Hydrogen peroxide can be harmful if swallowed. Drinking the concentrated solutions sold in some health food stores (35%, or “food grade” hydrogen peroxide) can cause vomiting, severe burns of the throat and stomach, and even death.
- Direct skin contact or breathing the vapors of hydrogen peroxide can […] be harmful.
- Hydrogen peroxide injections can have dangerous side effects. High blood levels of hydrogen peroxide can create oxygen bubbles that block blood flow and cause gangrene and death.
- Destruction of blood cells has […] been reported after intravenous injection of hydrogen peroxide.
- The medical literature contains several accounts of patient deaths attributed directly to oxygen therapy.
Do whatever you like to yourself. But whatever you do, I’m happy that this thread now contains some important additional information, so that everyone can decide for themselves whether using hydrogen peroxide is such a smart idea.