Dear friends:

You will find this interesting.  It may even save your life, or extend it. 

This morning the following promotion came in my e-mail box:

The Web site promotes a book that claims to be a "One-Minute Cure for Cancer and Virtually All Diseases."  A wild claim and no doubt exaggerated, but there is some truth to it.

I did some research on the subject and it seems the book is promoting the importance of getting more oxygen to your cells, and how to do it with minimal cost.  One Web site says, "It delivers oxygen atoms from a person's bloodstream into his or her body's tissues and cells through a natural and safe oxygenating product. Best of all, there have been no known risks associated with The One Minute Cure."

Several years ago I did some research on the healing benefits of getting more oxygen to our cells and concluded it is a valid but unappreciated concept.  I learned that cancer cells cannot exist in an oxygenated environment, but thrive and grow in an oxygen-deprived environment.

I even began using a product that caused more oxygen to get to our cells, with just a few drops a day in a liquid.  I don't know why I stopped, probably due to the monthly cost, and probably should have continued it.  What this book recommends costs only 1-2 pennies a day!

At first I assumed that this book being promoted was also trying to sell a similar product.  Apparently this is not true and they are only making money from the book.  Nothing wrong with that.

Another Web site says: "The 'secret substance' of The One Minute Cure is 8 drops of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide in water 3 times a day."  Medical newsletter writer Dr. William Douglass has been promoting this concept for years, and even wrote a book about it.

Dr. David G. Williams also promotes it.  He says:
"Hydrogen peroxide is safe, readily available and dirt cheap. And best of all, it works! No one yet fully understands the complete workings of hydrogen peroxide. We do know that it is loaded with oxygen. (A pint of the food-grade 35% solution contains the equivalent of 130 pints of oxygen. A pint of 3% hydrogen peroxide found at the local drugstore contains 10 pints of oxygen. And a pint of the 6% solution used to bleach hair contains 20 pints of oxygen.) We also know that when H202 is taken into the body (orally or intravenously) the oxygen content of the blood and body tissues increases dramatically.... Hydrogen peroxide is one of the few simple miracle substances still available to the public.... The closer you look at hydrogen peroxide, the less surprising it becomes that it can help such a wide variety of conditions." 
See Dr. Williams' comprehensive article on this subject at
I cannot vouch for the exact amounts of "8 drops of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide," but I believe the concept is valid.  It would justify more checking.  Notice it says "food grade," which Dr. Williams emphasizes.  His link discusses this further and quantities recommended (with a suggested gradual protocol).

Some searching shows what looks like a good a source for 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide is in Florida at .  I am ordering some today.

God bless you,


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