Re: H202

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Ikke,

H2O2 in een klysma kan zeker. Ik weet niet hoe goed je Engels is, deze info is uit The Truth About Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide, dat overigens hier GRATIS te downloaden is:

http://www.foodgrade-hydrogenperoxide.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/TheTruthAboutFGHP.pdf

Goed, dan nu de info:

RETENTION ENEMA

Now we are getting into territory where knowledge and

experience is needed. If you have never given yourself an

enema, DON’T start with a hydrogen peroxide enema!

Practice a few times with a plain water enema. Get the hang

of it. Understand the process. Immediately prior to performing

a retention enema using hydrogen peroxide, you

should always do a regular enema in order to clean out the

area. Do a couple. Do it a dozen times.

The concept behind a retention enema is different than a regular

enema. The purpose of a regular enema is to clean out

your lower colon and rectum. The purpose of a retention

enema is to hold a fluid in your rectum for a period of time

so that it will provide a treatment to the tissues of the colon

and so that some of it will be absorbed into your bloodstream.

The inner surface of the colon contains a vast array

of capillaries that can actively absorb fluid from the colon.

This area is probably the most efficient place to introduce

any water soluble compound into the body.

The proper way to use hydrogen peroxide in the colon is to

first perform a regular enema (or a series of them) in order

to ensure that the inside of the colon and rectum are as

squeaky clean as they can be. THEN and only then, should

a diluted mixture of hydrogen peroxide and distilled water

be allowed entry into the rectum via the enema. Let me put

this in very plain English. There is no reason to use hydrogen

peroxide to disinfect the fecal matter in your rectum and

colon. This is a waste of time, effort and money. As much

as possible, you should endeavour to flush such waste out of

your system with pure water first. Again, if 500 parts per

million is considered safe and effective, this is the amount

to consider for use in a retention enema AFTER you have

cleaned the bowels with regular enemas. Start with a very

small amount of fluid so as not to put too much pressure on

the inside of the rectum and colon. One pint is a reasonable

place to begin. To prepare a pint of diluted hydrogen peroxide

(500ppm), you need one-eighth as much hydrogen peroxide

as you would need to make a gallon. One half of a

tablespoon of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide added to

one pint of distilled water will result in a dilute mixture that

is 500 parts per million (0.05%) hydrogen peroxide. Feel

free to start with less fluid or a lower concentration.

Er wordt hier gesproken over een MAXIMUM van een hele eetlepel 3% waterstofperoxide op een liter water. Ik heb hier geen persoonlijke ervaring mee, dus hoor graag van je hoe het bevallen is.

Mike