It is invisible, it is powerful, and it is life-sustaining. It is oxygen. We inhale it every day of our lives, and while it makes up only 21 percent of the air we breathe, it is key to our very existence. The more we learn about its healing properties, the more we recognize its tremendous potential as a medical treatment for many serious disorders. Yet few have known about its important therapeutic uses—until now. In his new book, Anti-Inflammatory Oxygen Therapy, best-selling author Dr. Mark Sircus examines the remarkable benefits oxygen therapy offers, from detoxification to treatments for disorders such as arthritis and aging, with a special emphasis on cancer.
While the term “oxygen therapy” conjures images of a crucially ill patient lying in a hospital bed with tubes strapped to his face, this book will show that oxygen can offer so much more. Dr. Sircus first looks at the nature of oxygen and its purpose in the body. He then provides an understanding of how inflammation works to destroy the body’s tissues over time, and how oxygen can reverse this process. He examines the current treatments that use hyperbaric oxygen chambers as well as newer protocols that employ this vital element. In addition, Dr. Sircus offers a simple, safe, and highly effective fifteen-minute technique that can be used in the privacy of your home so that you can enjoy maximum benefits for a healthier life.
If you are wondering why you haven’t heard about this “miracle” treatment before, the truth is that oxygen cannot be patented, it is not expensive, and you don’t have to be a specialist to use it. Without a tremendous profit behind it, it’s become a well-kept secret, but the facts speak for themselves. In this book, you will learn these life-altering facts—information that could change your health for the better.
Mark Sircus, Ac., OMD, DM (P) was trained in acupuncture and Oriental medicine at the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Santa Fe and the School of Traditional Medicine of New England in Boston. He also served at the Central Public Hospital of Pochutla, Mexico. He is part of the Scientific Advisory and Research Development team of the Da Vinci College of Holistic Medicine.