this appears to be the official site.

http://www.1minutecure.com/

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from the author on page 32 of PDF: 

I remember when I first heard about this little-known aspect of oxygen therapy (which involves hydrogen peroxide), my heart pounded with excitement, realizing that this may be the closest thing to a panacea that the world has ever known. As I expanded my research, I was dumbfounded by the mountains of evidence showing that hydrogen peroxide therapy has been used in various parts of the world by over 15,000 European doctors, naturopaths and homeopaths. Its use goes as far back as 170 years ago, and has healed millions of patients of almost every disease known to man, including “the big 3,” AIDS, cancer and heart disease. I began wondering why I hadn’t encountered this information before, and more importantly, why the whole world didn’t already know about this. I soon realized why.

below is  a summary of the chapter contents of the 1-Minute Cure.

NOTE: if you know where this is to be found, please comment, and i will attribute to the author.

The first thing to say about “The One Minute Cure: The Secret to Healing Virtually All Diseases” is that in the Authors own words, “the information herein (meaning the Ebook) is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a doctor or qualified health care professional”. Although, doctors and medical practitioners throughout Europe have been using ingested Oxygen Therapy for many years, in the US, it is still relatively unknown – the reasons of which are made clear throughout the book.

Please take heed of the above warning. Ingested Oxygen therapy can be dangerous without due consideration for the correct doses of hydrogen peroxide etc, or consideration of current medical conditions. Indeed, the whole subject concerning food grade hydrogen peroxide for curing disease is fraught with controversy!

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The book written by Madison Cavanaugh is packed with information regarding ingested oxygen therapy (hydrogen peroxide in particular) and very well written. It’s one of the few books I’ve found that meet the expectations of the sales letter.

The introduction starts out with an overview of current medical practice and how it has evolved into an overcomplicated system of healing. We learn something of why it’s currently not working and how in terms of percentage there are more sick people in the US than ever before.

As the author rightly states, medicine in the west is more to do with treating illness than actually preventing it in the first place. The fact that we are focused on illness rather than wellness, basically promotes profit driven treatment. Unfortunately, treatment based on profit is not always in the best interests of the patient – should we relinquish total control of our health to doctors, medical establishments or the pharmaceutical industry?

The book then covers the importance of oxygen and how hyperbaric (high pressure) oxygen therapy is used to treat many health conditions including emphysema, asthma, pulmonary disease, pneumonia and carbon monoxide poisoning. There are also many other controversial claims with regard to curing cancer, hiv, arthritis, eczema, acne and other diseases.

The author discusses a theory that nearly all disease is related oxygen deficiency and how oxygen as a form of treatment for other diseases has largely been overlooked.

Chapter 1 starts out by stating that the oxygen therapy presented within does not actually “cure” disease, but rather creates an environment where disease can’t exist. The body therefore heals itself by creating a disease free environment.

Medicine Vs Oxygen Therapy

There follows a really good critique on the big business of medicine and disease. How the pharmaceutical industry has more to gain by manufacturing drugs that relieve the symptoms of disease and less to do with curing the disease. Also, how so called fictitious diseases have been invented to further capitalize on what really amounts to poor nutrition in the modern diet!

The huge market for nutritional products also comes under the hammer with a lot of examples of unsubstantiated health claims and hoaxes that have not only taken money from the publics pocket but in some cases resulted in negative impacts on their health.

The author then goes on to explain how he came across the form of oxygen therapy outlined in the book and why for something that had been around for such a long time, it is not more commonly practiced? The reasons why are clearly explained and are again mainly aimed at the profit driven pharmaceutical industry.

But the idea that this form of oxygen therapy, ingested in the form of diluted hydrogen peroxide or otherwise, is very cheap and not motivated by profit – I think is a bit misleading or a clever form of misdirection! The therapy itself may of course be very cheap but being skeptical I can’t help thinking that the book itself is sold for a profit – placing a bias on what it has to say!

Chapter 2 talks about the most feared diseases in America (Cancer etc)and how the type of oxygen therapy detailed has effectively cured people suffering from these diseases. Personally, I would appreciate more evidence in this section because the statements made are highly controversial. However, some doctors are referenced by name to have had some success with oxygen therapy.

After this we are told what oxygen therapy is and a little about its history. It is interesting to note, the authors claim that a good breathing regime is not a good substitution for the oxygen therapy recommended. Elsewhere I have read that too much oxygen is not good for you and the body limits concentrations of oxygen in the major organs. Only 15% of the oxygen you inhale is absorbed by the blood. It might be that in polluted cities not enough oxygen is absorbed to maintain a healthy body although it appears that even over long periods of time there has been little change in the levels of oxygen in the atmosphere. Perhaps we are somehow living an oxygen-depleting lifestyle. I would argue that we’ve also lost the ability to breathe correctly and that oxygen therapy is perhaps one way of restoring the balance.

Following the history of oxygen therapy there is a little bit about why it works so well. This is backed up by scientific evidence from around the world including research done by a Nobel prize winner and work carried out by some eminent doctors.

Chapter 3 talks about the use of oxygen therapy and how it can be simply administered at home. It tells why oxygen therapy maximises delivery of oxygen to the cells to cure and prevent disease and goes on to cite yet more evidence from around the world where oxygen therapy has been successfully used – a list of treated diseases is given. Then follows, an interesting section on how oxygen therapy has helped people with many of the ailments we commonly associate with modern living.

The chapter continues with what the doctors are saying, all good, obviously!

In Chapter 4 we learn about the correct dosage to use and the different forms of application. It’s a chapter well worth reading simply because of the safety aspects and other things you might expect when undergoing oxygen therapy treatment.

Other applications of the compound used in this form of oxygen therapy are discussed. It is interesting to note how both good and bad bacteria are effected by the treatment.

Chapter 5 shows how the compound used in this form of oxygen therapy is a naturally occurring substance. An interesting point is made about the spring water found in the Hunza area of the Himalayas. The spring water contains high levels of the active compound. My interest is peaked because the people in this area are known to live much longer than average.

Have our bodies become accustomed to living with less oxygen? This is the question raised next. I’m not sure I agree with the argument that oxygen is depleted because of rainforest destruction. As stated above the oxygen levels of our atmosphere have remained unchanged for many a century. Of course, more CO2 means less oxygen but even over the last 40 years the difference is negligible. That said, there are other factors which probably effect our own levels of oxygen – like the food we eat, how much we eat, our habits, the water we drink and pollution etc.
Chapter 6 is concerned with the controversy surrounding oxygen therapy, particularly the arguments that on the surface appear to contradict a lot of mainstream theory. Comparisons are made with homeopathic treatments that also make use of small doses of what otherwise would be dangerous chemicals.

The econonomic impact of a widespread use of oxygen therapy is then discussed. Basically, we don’t hear about treatments like oxygen therapy because there is no money to be made. The cost of such treatment can be as little as one and a half cents a day!

There follows an appendix that discusses the impact stress has on the treatment and that about wraps it up.

Reading between the lines it would seem that oxygen therapy has had a raw deal as far as the medical establishment is concerned. This might be because there has been very little research in the area but as the author suggests, it could also be that widespread uptake would generate very little profit.

This is especially true when you consider the treatment is targeting the whole body and not just a part. This to me is extremely important and one of the reasons oxygen therapy appeals. All treatment should be none invasive. It should not attack everything to kill one thing. Why cure something if we are going to cause further problems down the line.

An interesting fact is that people who are cured of a big killer like cancer using conventional drugs are only expected to live on average a further nine and a half years instead of the 30 to 40 one would expect! Why is this? Because, something comes along and takes its place. To add serious years to your life you have to lower your risk to all diseases and you can’t do this by loading your body with drugs that not only kill good cells, as in cancer treatments, but destroy your immune system.

Click here or here for access to further information about Oxygen therapy. Or, if you want to take a closer look at ”The One Minute Cure: The Secret to Healing Virtually All Diseases” go here.

 

if you are presently low income, download the PDF. link is below. and share for education ONLY. do not profit from it.  or your guilt will get you.

https://ecotoothbrush.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/the-one-minute-cure-by-madison-cavanaugh.pdf

 

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