Here is some suggested reading that will help you make an informed decision on Hydrogen Peroxide:
Dr. William Douglass's book: Hydrogen Peroxide-Medical Miracle
Dr. Kurt Donsbach's book: Oxygen, Oxygen, Oxygen
Elizabeth Baker's book: The UN-Medical Miracle-Oxygen
Scientist have discovered over 150 nutritional ingredients in Aloe Vera. They work together in a synergetic way to create healing and health giving benefits. The amino acids in aloe vera are the building blocks of protein and influence our brain function. Humans requires 22 amino acids and the body will make all of them except for 8 essentials amino acids which our body gets from the foods/drinks that we take in. Every one of the essential amino acids are available in aloe vera and they include Isoleucine, laucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, valine, and tryptophan.
Aloe has been used for well over 4,000 years in folk medicine, and was highly recommended by early physicians—ranging from Pliny the Elder to Chinese and Egyptian practitioners. They, and millions of others since then, have relied on Aloe for its ability to help heal a wide range of human ailments, particularly skin problems such as drying, flaking, itching, and cracking, and fungal conditions like Athletes’ Foot. Is it any wonder that this marvelous little plant is called “Nature’s Pharmacy”?
There are more than 200 kinds of Aloe, ranging from tiny little one-inch plants to others as tall as a tree. While many varieties of Aloe have been used with some success in folk medicine remedies, only Aloe Vera Barbadensis has been scientifically proven to possess the remarkable healing and curative powers that have become so widely known throughout the world.
The Bible speaks of Aloe in over a dozen passages, referring to it as the “bitter herb”. The story of Christ’s burial tells us that his body was anointed with bitter Aloes, before being placed in the tomb. The ancient Chinese and Egyptians used Aloe to treat burns, wounds and to reduce fevers. American Indians, who called Aloe “The Wand of Heaven”, believed than anyone touched by the inner sap (what we call the gel) would be cured of their skin disorders.
There are many legends about Aloe. It is said that Aristotle advised Alexander the Great to conquer the Island of Socotra to secure its Aloe harvest for his troops medical needs. Another legend tells us Queen Cleopatra used Aloe to keep her skin soft and beautiful. We don’t know if the story is true, of course, but recent scientific findings do show that—if she did—it undoubtedly worked for her!
Although many still consider Aloe Vera to be a folk remedy, it is important to remember that two-thirds of the world’s population is treated with herbs and plant products that are not only effective, but offer benefits that are equal or superior to the synthesized, chemically-derived remedies of the western world!
In Africa today, people still pack whole Aloe leaves around their wounds, and in South America, mothers coat the arms and legs of children to keep biting insects away.