Every function of the body is regulated by oxygen and the body can survive only a few minutes without it. Oxygen is required for cell growth and regeneration. We utilize oxygen to metabolize food and we eliminate toxins and waste through the process of oxidation. Each of our organs needs a great deal of oxygen to function effectively.
For many decades oxygen has been used to treat the sick and injured. It is utilized in the treatment of certain medical conditions such as bone infections, wounds, and other emergencies such as carbon monoxide poisoning and decompression sickness.
Oxygen Deprivation Damages the Immune System
When the body is subjected to an unhealthy diet, alcohol consumption, air pollution, toxins, drugs, and a sedentary lifestyle, its cells are deprived of oxygen, thereby weakening the immune system. Symptoms of oxygen deficiency can include weakness, fatigue, poor circulation/digestion, muscle pain, memory loss, behavioral changes, and bronchial/pulmonary problems.
An immune system weakened by oxygen deficiency makes the body more vulnerable to attack by opportunistic microorganisms, as well as viral and parasitic infections. Oxygen deprivation can also contribute to life-threatening diseases such as cancer and autoimmune complications, as well as other health problems including systemic candida, allergies, high blood pressure and lymphatic congestion.
Oxygen Therapy Can Reverse the Damage
Only recently has the medical establishment recognize the benefits of increasing oxygen levels and the results that can be achieved. Oxygen therapies are extremely safe with little risk associated with their use. Side effects are minimal, and practically non-existent when utilized with our standard protocols. The continued use since the 1800’s stands for the effectiveness and safety of these therapies. Oxygen has a wide range of clinical applications from issues such as allergies and anti-aging to the treatment of cancer and viral infections, including HIV.
- increasing oxygen delivery to cells, tissues, and organs,
- increasing blood circulation throughout the body,
- detoxification, and
- strengthening the immune system.
Oxygen therapies are auxiliary processes that safely increase the amount of available oxygen in the body. These therapies may also improve the body’s ability to use and absorb oxygen. Medical usages of oxygen and oxidative therapies include but are not limited to:
- hydrogen peroxide,
- breathing exercises (such as Qi Gong which increase lung capacity and delivers more oxygen to internal organs),
- hyperbaric oxygen therapy,
- W.O.T. (exercise with oxygen therapy), and
- coffee enemas (the chemicals released from the coffee form hydrogen peroxide and oxidize in the colon).
This is a partial list of the many available uses of oxygen therapies.
These therapies can be utilized alone and adjunctively with current therapeutic protocols.
Oxygen/oxidative therapies can be used to assist with:
- Lung Diseases (Asthma, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Emphysema)
- Allergies, Eczema, Chronic Dermatitis and Hives
- Acute and Chronic Pain (Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid Arthritis, Joint Inflammation, Tendonitis)
- Acute/Chronic Viruses (Epstein Barr, Cytomegalovirus, HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis, Herpes)
- Cerebral Vascular Accidents (Stroke), Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- Cardiovascular Diseases
- Chronic Candidiasis (Yeast and Fungus)
- Diabetes Mellitus Type II
- Macular Degeneration
- Acute and Chronic Cystitis
- Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
- Gastric Disorders (Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease)
Dr. Skip, O.M.D., has spent years training and specializing in the use of oxygen and oxidative therapies. Dr. Skip has completed courses presented by both Frank Shallenberger, M.D. (one of the world’s leading experts in the field ozone and oxygen therapy), and the International Oxidative Medical Association, which was founded by Charles Farr, M.D., a pioneer in the use of oxidative therapies such as hydrogen peroxide.