I'm receiving advertising (from my friends) about hydrogen peroxide therapy (oxygenated water, I think). They affirm that this treatment is
a low-cost therapy based on a natural oxygenating substance that is easy and painless to use at home -- and which is scientifically proven to prevent and cure virtually all diseases without adverse effects.
I'm worried about my friends that are trying to convince me and they probably are drinking it. What are the dangers or risks of doing this?
I did a little research, the product is called Oxytam that is made
distilling hydrogen peroxide for propulsion purposes, leaving a residue that is pure bi-distilled water and tri-distilled hydrogen peroxide.
The email has a reference to a website in order to "learn more" about this treatment. Although the manufacturer offers two languages to choose from in the start page, the product (Oxytam) page ( http://www.tecaeromex.com/esp/ph-cura.htm ) is offered only in spanish; apparently because they distribute only locally.