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Flood Your Body with Oxygen

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You, me, them, it, and all the bodies, animals, and plants have spent eons evolving while surrounded by a sea of oxygen which is itself swimming in a sea of magnetic/gravitic particles of sunlight energy. Oxygen stores the sun's energy so that all life can feed off of it. If something important is taken away everything in life goes downhill fast. If it is slowly and ...more
Paperback, 640 pages
Published February 25th 2003 by Breath of God Ministry (first published October 25th 2002)
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John O'Dwyer
Feb 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
This book is enormous (about 600 pages) and covers almost every possible connection between oxygen and health.

This book has five parts:

Part One: The Problems (about 40 pages) — deals with the importance of oxygen and oxygen stealers which cause disease.
Part Two: The Solutions (over 300 pages) — a power packed treatment of healthy nutrients and oxygen supplements and treatments.
Part Three: The Evidence (about 100 pages) — includes medical testimonials and reports.
Part Four: The politics (over
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Carol Ann
Jan 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Another good book to read if your searching for alternative avenues to healing.
Jason Fella
Jul 09, 2016 rated it liked it
This is a very comprehensive book with a lot of great information in it. The highlights, for me, were the sections on hydrogen peroxide and ozone therapies. He does a good job of organizing and putting forth a lot of information on some great therapies.

However, the chapter on hydrogen peroxide therapy brought forth a lot of doubts. I know I said that was one of the highlights for me, and it was, but also one of the book's downfalls. He describes how to do peroxide therapy in great detail, and
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John Rees
Oct 01, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: healing, health
Ed McCabe is like an apostle of Oxygen. He travels the world teaching Oxygen researching all the way. It is criminal that the mainstream medicine ignores the healing benefits of oxygen.. It's just there is no money in it. I love all the ideas etc. Ed presents ,,, ... I am a believer.
Leeda
Mar 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
All known ways to oxygenate the body and keep healthy
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