Oxidative IV Infusions

Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is given along with the minerals magnesium and manganese intravenously to help modulate the immune system. It kills microorganisms in the blood. Theoretically hydrogen peroxide may modify microorganisms so that the immune system could better recognize infections and create anti-bodies against them. Remarkably from past experience allergies improve, infections improve, mental clarity may be restored, breathing may improve for patients with wet emphysema and, autoimmunity may be improved as well. It appears to be particularly useful in early herpes zoster (shingles) infections, although It is not FDA approved.

Ozone Infusion

Ozone is a gas which is highly reactive with the infectious microorganisms and toxins. This therapy also modulates the immune system. Treatment involves removal of blood which is mixed with saline and then mix with ozone gas and reintroduced into the body. Ozone has been used in the treatment of herpes, the hepatitis, and fungal infections, cancer, and fatigue. Like hydrogen peroxide is helpful for allergies, immune dysfunction, autoimmunity, and immune dysregulation, various infectious and immunological conditions are dressed with intravenous ozone therapy. It appears to be particularly useful in early herpes zoster (shingles) injections. It is not FDA approved.

Milk Thistle

Milk thistle (silymarin) used to reduce stress on the liver. It may be used after the use of toxic chemotherapeutic treatments to preserve liver function and aid in liver performance involving detoxification.

Animal derived peptides

Thymus, spleen, bone marrow peptides derived from immune organs of in utero animals may be used for immune modulation.

Plant derived infusions

The use of plant derived substances such as glycyrrhizin from licorice have shown to exhibit antiviral and liver protective effects. It has been used for hepatitis in Japan.

Antibiotic infusions

Intravenous antibiotics have been used for many conditions inclusive of chronic Lyme disease. However this role remains controversial. Intravenous antibiotics are used to overcome infections which are not easily address by the oral route.