has anyone ever heard of food grade h202 to cure hep c? Are there any documented cases? where it acutally works. I've read lots of things but haven't found anyone saying they had hep c and now they don't. Any comments or places to look, Thanks for anybodys help.
21 Mar 2011
I personally have never heard of this, but it really isn't my field.
I will say that it doesn't sound good. I did some quick searches in pub med (a database of medical and science journals) and found nothing.
Beyond that it sounds dangerous to me. When hydrogen peroxide breaks down it makes a lot of free radicals. This causes oxidative stress and that can cause problems like cancer and what not.
That is why people to Anti-Oxidents to decrease free radicals.
Again, this isn't my specialty but I would think there are better studied options out there.
21 Mar 2011
I have never heard of this but I would caution you about having hydrogen peroxide injected into your blood stream. I happen to know that at some point, too much hydrogen peroxide can cause your red blood cells to lyse (which means explode) and that would be a very bad thing. I suggest talking to your doctor about this procedure before having it done. Hope this helps.
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