I’m no stranger to various kinds of self-help books, having read a number of them over the years. But it was only recently that I became a “true believer”, having stumbled upon this particular health guide, The Miracle Cure, by Kevin Richardson.
I have to admit, having heard of The Miracle Cure for the first time, I wasn’t very convinced. Is there ever a Cure out there, no matter what it may be targeted for? Or is it just some more hocus-pocus?
First, I’d have to say that there’s quite a bit of theory and stuff inside The Miracle Cure.
But hey, it is not excessive to me, because it adequately illustrates the important studies and research done to explain about The Miracle Cure, especially relevant to the skeptic me.
Well, it is about the most easily accessible “medicine” in the whole world, a medicine which can literally save your life. Medicine for which you won’t have to turn your wallet inside out just to get well – oxygen.
We may think that we only need food and water in order to live. But, in fact, we need much much more to survive. We can survive without food and water for a few days. Without oxygen after a few minutes, however, we’re a gone case.
But the underlying reason for The Miracle Cure is all about diseases and medical conditions which threatened our health every moment in life.
Not that I’m trying to frighten you, but the danger is everywhere in the world out there. We fall sick, we get infected, we run into huge debts due to hospitalization – all these are real-life worries we have to face in life.
That is why The Miracle Cure is so important; because the overall benefits are simply astounding.
We have ailments and sicknesses which range from the common ones like acne, allergies, headaches, influenza to the more complicated and deadly ones like burns, gangrene, Parkinson’s disease, HIV, cancer and so on.
Throughout The Miracle Cure, the well-documented case studies, research, and anecdotes give you a rare insight into the therapies and cures, of which the government has dabbled in some cases, but seemingly refusing to allow the therapies official recognition.
The Miracle Cure is divided into 2 main chapters. The first section, The Therapies, elaborate on 3 therapies very much in practice now: Ozone Therapy, Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy, and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. The theme of the second section, The Cures, is focused on oxidative therapies.
But what does this have to do with you and me, the average man on the street?