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Alternative Health

May 1997

by Randall Prue

Antioxidants, Minerals and Cancer

An interest in oxygen therapies is usually an indication of an interest in a wholistic approach to health. Based on intercourse with those who are interested in oxygen therapies, it seems that if you were not previously interested in natural whole health, oxygen's air of magic will nudge you in that direction.

O2 News and Reviews

by Randall Prue

ECHO Newsletter Update

Throughout the 1980s, Walter Grotz published the ECHO (ECH202) newsletter--the voice of hydrogen peroxide therapies for over a dozen years now. Were it not for Wally's interest in oxygen therapies, you might not be reading this article today (You and the site might have made it here, but I might not.).

If Wally had not met Father Richard Willhelm, who believes that oxygen is "God's own way to keep us germ free and bacteria free"...

Piecing It All Together

by Randall Prue

The topics around here are fairly consistent -- oxygen and ozone -- and weighty topics at that. Ubiquitous and essential to life, oxygen relates to everything that is important to us -- so much so that it is easy to take it for granted until it becomes the topic, as it has here.

Shopping For an Oxy Moron

by Randall Prue

Besides driving your thesaurus in reverse shopping for an oxymoron, you might be thinking of a gift for an oxygen-deprived person in your life.

Rumour has it that at this time of year, you can get away with giving just about anything to just about anybody. So, if you've been looking for the opportunity to subtly introduce someone to the joys of increased oxygen, this may be it.

The Interview

by Randall Prue

We are sitting in the kitchen of Francis and Sofia Lafontaine in Clearwater, Florida. This is a very ordinary kitchen in a very ordinary modern bungalow, with perhaps one exception... a water tap extending from a wall separating the kitchen from what would most likely be a bedroom. Following the usual introductions from which you have been spared, the Lafontaines have agreed to talk to us about their quest for pure clean water.

Hydrogen Peroxide--A Question of Taste

by Randall Prue

A topic that you will hear much about on the Oxytherapy Mailing List and in many of the files at this site is the taste and after-taste of hydrogen peroxide. Please never forget that oral consumption of hydrogen peroxide involves extremely diluted food grade peroxide.

Many describe it as a metallic taste and many have stopped taking peroxide because of the taste and a nauseous effect induced by so much as the thought of drinking more of it. Others are able to endure the taste or have found ways to mask it.

<b>As Time Goes

by Randall Prue

As times go "bye", new times are greeted. The cycles of the spiral of life unfold. At a certain point in a life, we get to look back and say things like, "I remember when you could drink that water." This allows you to annoy young people. Things that are commonplace to youth are curiosities to older generations. Bottled water now comes in a small bottle with a nipple on top to facilitate drinking on the go. Previous generations would have quenched their thirst at a public water fountain.