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I have read alot about hydrogen peroxide therapy and have known a few how used it with good results and no noticeable side effects, one for an infection the doctors had him mega dosing on anti-biotics for a couple of months, and a few weeks on the hydrogen peroxide seemed to kill the infection once he got to about 30 drops daily,...How would you compare hydrogen peroxide therapy to MMS, as in safety and effectiveness for infections/poor health?
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I have tried H202 therapy and found it much rougher on the stomach than mms.
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If you don't mind me asking how many drops per day of each have you done and for how long?
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What experience is there using Peroxide in a nebulizer?

This method would seem to be an excellent way to deliver it directly.

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What experience is there using Peroxide in a nebulizer?

This method would seem to be an excellent way to deliver it directly.

Dan
I would like to know that too, I have seen a product with cellular silver and hydrogen peroxide for use in nebulizers...not sure the strength or how long to use and would like any info.
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Personally I would not use H202 in a nebulizer. Its oxidative properties are too strong and it can be corrosive to tissue. This is why doctors don't use it much for wound care any more unless they specifically want to debride a wound or for the initial cleanse only. Taken orally it becomes dilute enough so it is not an issue.
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I've tried peroxide in a spray bottle but diluted it 1/10 or 0.3% and inhaled it when I have something in my chest. I also add some peppermint oil and even a small amount of cayenne in liquid form and a bit of grapefruit seed extract diluted. Seems to help.
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So you used 3% peroxide and took 1 part to 10 water to make .3%, I would not think that would be strong enough to hurt anything but I don't know.
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Personally I would not use H202 in a nebulizer. Its oxidative properties are too strong and it can be corrosive to tissue. This is why doctors don't use it much for wound care any more unless they specifically want to debride a wound or for the initial cleanse only. Taken orally it becomes dilute enough so it is not an issue.
One of the colloidal silver I bought, which is specifically to use in a nebulizer, and not orally, is Respiratory Support from Get Healthy Again.

It is supposed to be molecular silver, with a small amount of hydrogen peroxide in it.
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hi there actally this dude named Bill has thing on u tube showing how to effectively use the inhalation method of 3% H2O2. He was suffering from cancer and was given the death sentence and used this inhalation method and is cured from cancer. It's sort of like a nebulizer.
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Would you post this you tube link please or at least the name of it so we can find it.
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Would you post this you tube link please or at least the name of it so we can find it.
Arrow, this may be the link referred to...

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hi there actally this dude named Bill has thing on u tube showing how to effectively use the inhalation method of 3% H2O2. He was suffering from cancer and was given the death sentence and used this inhalation method and is cured from cancer. It's sort of like a nebulizer.
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Personally I would not use H202 in a nebulizer. Its oxidative properties are too strong and it can be corrosive to tissue. This is why doctors don't use it much for wound care any more unless they specifically want to debride a wound or for the initial cleanse only. Taken orally it becomes dilute enough so it is not an issue.
AGREED! I would be concerned about the potential for tissue damage.
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If the H202 is weak enough it may not damage and still deliver some benefit I suppose. In ozone therapy they always say do not inhale it directly but I have talked with people who have done so to extreme levels and had no ill effect except heavy duty detox that eventually cleared. Also lung cancer cured. So where is the truth? Where does the fear mongering stop and the truth begin?

All I know is that in wound care H202 can be corrosive to new forming granulation tissue and once debridement (as h202 will eat away at dead tissue and damage new forming tissue) is done H202 is no longer used in favor of other healing methods.
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