Oxygen Therapies for Ebola Patients That Should Be Used, But Will Not Be

Majid Ali, M.D.

In early July 2014, I taped four TV segment on Ebola outbreak for my Science, Health, and Healing program. The first program was entitled “A Picture Story of Ebola,” photographs of which are posted on this website. I decided not to include in this series was information about oxygen therapies which are most effective for dealing with life-threatening viral infections in my experience (flu does kill many people in the U.S.). My primary reason for it was that I didn’t think that doctors who need this information would have courage to consider such therapies (described at length in the 10th volume of my textbook entitled “The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine.”


k Effective Oxygen Therapies for Hemorrhagic Viruses That Won’t Be Used for Ebola

*     Nature’s most effective weapon against dangerous viruses is oxygen.

*     Oxygen, hydrogen peroxide, ozone, nitric oxide, hyperbaric oxygen are  effective anti-viral therapies.

*    The most effective therapy for curdled blood (oxidative coagulopathy) and blood vessel injury is intravenous EDTA therapy With Vitamin C.

*    The above therapies yield superior results when integrated with robust  nutrient therapies and gentle bowel, blood, and liver detox measures.

Will the above therapies be used for treating Ebola?


<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/109301405″>Ebola Treatment With Peroxide, EDTA, and Vitamin C infusions – Part Two</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user26130417″>Majid Ali</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>


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