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Candida Article #5: Aerobic Oxygen
Extract from the article “History of Oxygen Therapies” by Suzanne Hotston which first appeared in Positive Health Magazine in February 2000
A pioneer of the use of Aerobic Oxygen in the UK is homoeopath Gordon Steward LCH, RSHom, who has used it in his practice for over two years for a variety of medical conditions. One which is on the increase is Candida albicans. Gordon says that this is partly due to poor eating habits and he is tough on patients’ diets, correcting them in order to deprive the candida of its food source. “I totally ban fermented items such as wine and vinegar, plus yeast, sugar, mushrooms and other fungi and aim to strengthen the immune system. Even so, when candida has gained a stronghold, treatment has generally been painfully slow. However, by using Aerobic Oxygen, all the candida cases I have treated have been free of the disease within three to five months. I use a very low dose to start with, gradually increasing it, in order to avoid uncomfortable symptoms of detoxification, such as stomach cramps, which occur as the candida dies.”
Lin Clarke of The Allergy Clinic in Horley, Surrey, is a Complementary Medical Practitioner specialising in Allergy and Nutritional Medicine. Says Lin, “I look for the reason that triggered the symptom in the first place, whether it be ulceration, inflammation, bleeding or diarrhoea and find that a fungal form of gut yeast is found in 60-70% of patients, as well as gut parasites in approximately 30%.” In every one of Lin’s patients “low levels of gut/cellular oxygen accompany the recorded levels of the presence of fungus, parasites, viruses and adverse bacteria.” Like Gordon Steward, Lin Clarke also corrects patients’ diets, although she allows wine in moderation, but not beer. Since adding doses of Aerobic Oxygen to her standard treatment “subsequent levels of recorded gut oxygen have risen, many reaching a recognised benchmark in as little as 4-8 weeks depending on the severity of the symptoms.” Lin discovered that not only did her patients’ oxygen levels rise, but trace elements, vitamins and minerals, which were recorded as low at the start of the treatment, rose favourably without the addition of supplements, indicating that the addition of Aerobic Oxygen has improved the absorption of essential nutrients from the average daily diet.
Aerobic Oxygen, although fairly new in the UK has been used in Canada, South America and the United States for some time. The Author became aware of Aerobic Oxygen during a conversation with a sufferer of arteriosclerosis, who claimed the product, which her homoeopath had recommended to her, had saved her life. Previously, the patient’s specialist had treated her with injections of hydrogen peroxide. It is interesting to note that if red cells clump, 20-30 drops of Aerobic Oxygen in water will separate them after one hour. Suzanne was interested to see what effect the product would have on her own blood as she had needed iron supplements for eight years to treat a haemogloblin level that at its lowest had dropped to 6.9. During this time no cause had been found for the iron-deficient anaemia other than a failure to absorb iron from the diet. After three months without iron supplements, but taking Aerobic Oxygen, Suzanne’s haemoglobin level was 13.8.
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