TREATMENTS AT OASIS

Intravenous Hydrogen Peroxide: It’s found in nature, in breast milk, it’s just H2O2. It’s a natural byproduct of cellular respiration. But it’s toxic to cancer cells. At Oasis, over 90 minutes, a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution drips into the vein in your arm.

It kills viral and bacterial cells. I proved this on myself by putting a highly diluted (8%) solution on a little wart I got on my arm about a year ago. It burns a little when I put it on. But in a week, the solution has almost eaten the wart completely, while surrounding tissues are fine. Hydrogen peroxide administered via IV was first used in WWII, when field hospitals discovered how powerful it was in preventing gangrene.

When H2O2 is injected, the chemical reaction that occurs is that a single oxygen atom is spun off and only water (H2O) remains. The oxygen kills cancer cells on contact since cancer cells require tremendous energy and must live in an oxygen-deprived environment.

Aerobic organisms, such as probiotics in the gut, thrive in the presence of hydrogen peroxide.

If this solution is so simple and effective, why doesn’t modern medicine use it anymore? Simple: you can’t patent it. Therefore you can’t make money on it. It has fallen by the wayside but is a good first-line antibiotic without side effects. (Do not drink it, though–some people do, but you won’t achieve the effects putting it into your stomach, the reasons why would take me a few paragraphs–it needs to reach your blood circulation.) Some people bathe in a diluted peroxide, and many, including Dr. Christian Bernard (who performed the first heart transplant) used it several times daily to reduce arthritis and aging.

UV Light: Blood is removed and exposed to UV light in a vial, killing cancer as well as other pathogens. Dr. Lodi says, “Hemoglobin has the exact same structure as chlorophyll, except hemoglobin has iron, and chlorophyll has magnesium. Why did nature give us photoreceptive cells? We must be capable of converting light into energy!”

(Many recent studies on Vitamin D are now confirming this. Contrary to what has believed for decades, several types of cancer have an inverse relationship with sun exposure, including skin and breast cancer–the more sun exposure, the less cancer people get! Sun is carcinogenic in combination with excess Omega 6 fats, Dr. Lodi says in one of his articles. Omega 6 overdose is the result of refined oils in the diet, in fried foods, prepared salad dressings, and much more.)

In 1941, American Journal of Surgery published Surgeon George Maile’s work with UV light, curing six years of septic patients. Septic is when infection is rampant, everywhere in the body. These patients are virtually always in intensive care, and many die. With UV treatment, 100% of the mild cases were cured, 100% of the moderate cases were cured, and 55% percent of the moribund patients were cured. That’s beyond statistically significant. That’s astonishing. But traditional medicine ignores it.

Intravenous Sodium Selenite: This is a little-known therapy being used by only one other doctor in the United States. Sodium selenite is a potent oxidative version of the essential trace mineral Selenium that attacks destructive cancer cells: it’s a non-toxic chemotherapy.

Dr. Lodi brought it into his practice recently because of a paper published in Sweden reviewing a variety of studies, all of them very exciting for cancer treatment. Early studies in the 1960’s and beyond showed phenomenal cancer prevention in animals. In one, mice were given a carcinogenic compound, but 100% in the group supplemented with selenium were alive 25 days later, and in the control group that did not take selenium, all were dead.

A well known 1996 study (Clark et al) in the U.S. documented a 50% reduction of prostate cancers and 25% reduction of all cancers for people taking this nutrient in supplement form over 10 years. Yu et al showed an even better 35% cancer reduction after 8 years. (Participants took 200 mg of selenized yeast.)

Looks like low to moderate long-term use of selenium orally is a great preventative. But for therapy, high doses are toxic to malignancies. Oral administration of high doses have side effects including nausea, which are bypassed with intravenous administration.

IPT (Insulin Potentiation Therapy, or low-dose chemo): A cancer cell is 19 times less efficient than a normal cell, with 19 times more insulin receptors. With this treatment used since 1933, you first starve cancer cells of sugar (patients are required to fast), creating an insulin-receptive environment. Then injection of extremely low-dose chemo goes directly to cancer cells, without hair loss and other toxic side effects.

Patients undergoing IPT at Oasis of Healing wear ice helmets to prevent chemicals from getting to hair follicles and cause hair loss. They put ice packs on their hands and feet to prevent the chemicals from getting to their extremities and causing neuropathy. That written, I had read of it for years, but I’m here to say it’s low toxicity, and that’s a relative assessment—it’s not “no-toxicity.” One Oasis patient told me the next day that she pulled over on the way home from her treatment and threw up. Others did have symptoms. I shiver thinking about what it would be like to have 10 times that much.

The criticism of IPT is that clinical trials haven’t been completed. Clinical trials are expensive and completed by drug companies trying to get FDA approval. Why would a company whose drug is already approved pay for a study to show that using only 10 percent of that drug may be more effective with this targeted therapy as the massively more profitable standard dose is, with (clearly) fewer side effects and no deaths associated with it? No drug company is stepping forward to conduct the study but Dr. Lodi claims to have used it successfully with hundreds of patients. And Dr. Lasalvia in Uruguay published a small government-funded trial showing that insulin plus a low dose of chemotherapy is far more effective than high-dose chemo.

Acupuncture: A real Chinese practitioner, Dr. Lu, discovers where energy pathways are blocked and releases them, to improve the body’s ability to heal itself. I had never done it before. The needles in my legs did not hurt.

Lymphatic drainage therapy: The lymph system is so important. A sedentary lifestyle causes many people’s lymphatic fluids and tissues to become a stagnant swamp. We need the lymph system to actively, dynamically clean the blood, critical not only to avoid lymphatic cancer itself, but also to help in cleaning the debris in the bloodstream as cancer tissues are breaking up in the healing process. Brandi, a former ER nurse, has an interesting, comfortable one-hour lymphatic drainage protocol using an electrical system developed 14 years ago in Europe.

 

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  1. Hey Robyn, hats off to you for all this work. I am a health/nutrition and former fitness instructor guy that is about to start blogging on the relation of nutrition on flying, frequent fliers and flight crew as I am a career airline pilot that also happens to live in Utah. I have been a fan of Lodi, Gerson and Gonzalez and the like for decades and have sent folks to them for treatment and have helped pilots return their licenses back from illness etc.

    One of the things I like to focus on which is really the core of why folks follow sites like this is how can the average Joe or in my case average frequent flier or flight attendant or pilot etc, how can they add the various elements that they need for optimum nutrition to their diets or lifestyles on a day to day basis. It is fine to talk about Autohemo therapy and intro Vit C and the like, it is all good, it all works, everyone who knows anything about alternative healing knows it is out there and it is all available but it is not exactly possible for John Q Public to draw a vile of his own blood every day, inject it with 02 and shove it back in there if you know what I mean. Likewise you can not exactly set up your own IV drip of a mega dose Vit C every morning instead of your regular green smoothie! After your trials and tribulations have drawn to a close on this most excellent adventure you are undertaking, I would love to hear a blog entry, basically a Forrest Gump’s Mother’s version of everything you have taken away from everything you have done and seen and what are you going to do in order to continue your lifestyle utilizing many of the techniques you have learned from all these folks in your day to day life and the “HOWS” of it all.

    Rejuvelac is easy, you can make it daily so there is one example but some of the more “medically bent” treatments like, how can you add O2 to your day to day life other than deep breathing or doing the breathing exercises 2-4-1 style, can you find ways to inject O2 into your blood at home on your own, can you find ways to get access to mega dose Vit C or whatever treatment you found to be critically helpful to cancer patients so much so that it should be done on a daily basis for those without cancer that are just looking for optimum health. Maybe your top 10 things that impressed you the most from a medical facility setting and how you can put a “Home” twist on them so that folks can have the same type of treatments at home as no doubt once you go to an Oasis of Healing etc, it does not end there and how do you bring some of these treatments home to your house using available resources that anyone can get so to speak! Does this make sense? Keep up the good work! Look forward to meeting you some day.

  2. Wow, this is all so amazing! I love the info about the Hydrogen Peroxide. So simple. It brings up feelings of excitement and also anger to many doctors I’ve been too that wouldn’t ever except to go a route like this. Sad. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Bonnie, it’s a long subject that I’ll talk more about later, how I did my research in order to pick a machine that is quality, low EMF, for a good price—but I got a Health Mate. I will have the wholesale prices soon.

  3. Hi Robyn,

    Thank you so much for this fabulous information you are sharing with us. I am enthralled, fascinated, and so envious that you get to meet all these inspiring people and try these healthy modalities. (But, of course, you are sharing the info with us so that we can learn and grow also!) I have been wondering: have you changed your eating or lifestyle because of what you are learning, or just tweaked it a little? Thank you again,

    Julia

    1. Julia, I am always influenced by my research—good question. Just tweaks, I guess. I came back from CHI with a new habit, Rejuvelac. From Oasis, I have been influenced by Tom Lodi to go the last few inches to become a vegan. I still won’t TALK about that, in general, because it puts many people off and I am interested in helping people eat more plants, rather than adopt labels (like the Sneetches Dr. Seuss invented), but I feel that there is nothing to be gained from EVER eating animals or their excretions, as he so appetizingly puts it. And I am more committed to infrared sauna time, and I have a better understanding of oxidative therapies. It makes me so much more committed to my lifestyle, the parts I’m already doing, too—being around those whose cancer is currently getting the best of them (there but for the grace of God go I!), and being around experts who know disease from health, and know how health is restored.

  4. I don’t have cancer, but lost my aunt to breast cancer two years ago. I’m so grateful for this research that you’re doing, I think it is fascinating! I wish my aunt could have know about these options. I’m glad I can use this information to pass on to others. This is all very empowering information. I look forward to the book you will one day write about all your experiences in the clinics.

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