Not Just For Cuts And Scrapes
Hydrogen Peroxide's Health Benefits Revealed In Paperback Volume
Dr. Pavel Yutsis is quoted as saying "The hydrogen peroxide compound I use is made in the laboratory, but it is important to know that hydrogen peroxide is also produced naturally in our own bodies. In my practice, I have used hydrogen peroxide to treat a range of conditions – everything from chronic fatigue immune disfunction syndrome (CFIDS), migraine headaches, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis...People experiencing cardiovascular problems, such as angina or heart attacks (coronary artery disease), could benefit from this therapy. Those who have strokes (cerebrovascular accidents), peripheral vascular conditions or arrhythmias have seen vast improvement in their conditions."
These sentiments have been echoed by numerous other modern physicians. Hydrogen Peroxide must be handled and used correctly, however. Author Sharon Daniels discusses how to use H2O2, its ability to cure numerous conditions, and the research behind its ability to perform wonders for your health in her book Hydrogen Peroxide Cures.
In honor of the release of a paperback edition of this formerly eBook Amazon exclusive, the publisher is offering free downloads of the electronic copy from the Amazon site. The promotion will begin October 23rd and end on the 24th of the same month.
Hydrogen peroxide is more than just a disinfectant for minor cuts and scrapes - it's a proven treatment for conditions including arthritis, inflammatory diseases, and even cardiovascular problems. Sharon Daniels will help you discover and understand it in her book.
About Sharon Daniels
Author Sharon Daniels lives in North Carolina, where every year, springtime pollen falls in blankets and sinus infections abound. Her own health problems led Sharon to investigate natural remedies, following years of little success with Western medicine. In her books, she shares her research and the knowledge she has gained, hoping to help families and individuals everywhere on the road to better health. When she's not writing (which isn't often), she enjoys baking, going for endless walks, and secretly reading Harry Potter.
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