Hydrogen Peroxide
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Hydrogen Peroxide Cures and Health Benefits

Stomach Ailments  

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Posted by Sheri (Laughlin, Nevada) on 12/17/2008
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I just turned 41 and started getting horrible indigestion, as painful as the worst freezer brain ever, but in the center of my chest. After trying Prilosec for a month, what a joke. I called my nurse after an 8 agonizing hour bout of indigestion, she prescribed Prevacid @ $178 for a 30 day supply, this was also crap! I was laying on my floor in agony and could hardly breathe it hurt so bad after taking 2 doses. 3-4 hours later I felt no improvement. I don't know why, but I got up and decided out of desparation to try drinking a few drops of regular bathroom peroxide, 4-5 looking drops worth from the cap, into a half full water bottle, less than 1 minute later, no exagerration, try for yourself, there wasn't even the faintest bit of pain! I went to bed and laid there waiting for it to return, it never came back, I was asleep within minutes! Everybody should give this a try, its amazing! This stuff is some kind of miracle concoction, I don't know what else to say, just try it!


Store Bought (Not Food Grade) Hydrogen Peroxide  

Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn. ) on 09/17/2014

HI YA'LL DOIN TODAY, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Been reading all these posts to the fact that you must have have pharmaceutical grade Hydrogen Peroxide or the boggy man will get you. Ted and Bill tell us they have to compromise because the people they try to help are dirt poor. Also, Bill Munro was the fellow who educated us all on Hydrogen Peroxide and he lived from 64 to 89 and cured two cancers with the cheap store brand.

YEP, I use the pharmaceutical kind because I can afford it. What we are doing is preventing some folks from using hydrogen peroxide to improve their health situation. They accept this as fact when it's just your opinion.

Let's make a pact, don't insist that Hydrogen Peroxide must be pharmaceutical grade. Why? BECAUSE IT DOESN'T.

===OLE ROBERT HENRY=======

Replied by Rebel
USA
09/17/2014

Hello Mr. Robert Henry! I just wanted to add to your post.

On here EC, it is recommended if using the store bought peroxide. What you want to look at is the active ingredients to be 3% hydrogen peroxide, and inactive ingredient to be purified water. This is all that should be listed. If it has stabilizer listed, do not purchase. There are a few around if they have not changed them yet. Always read the bottle when in the store and never assume anything. Even when I go back and buy extra I always check the label to make sure no change has occurred .

I also watch a video on youtube by this guy Tony Pantalleresco where he shows if you freeze this store bought peroxide, then open and pour off the liquid it will be food grade full strength peroxide. Water freezes peroxide don't, so when you pour it off its pure peroxide. So that's what he says to do. You can google him on youtube. Don't forget to dilute this if you use this solution as it will be very powerful.

Thanks Rebel.

PS: never put peroxide in metal or use metal spoons. Check some places first that I have found without stabilizers Fred's, Family Dollar and some brand that I bought at a Sam's Wholesale Club; that's a few if they have not added them yet.... always a good ideal to stock up, we are losing more freedoms everyday and we never know when it will go away. Hence our availability to Iodine and supplies to make it.


Strep Throat  

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Posted by Kay Butler (Philadelphia, PA) on 12/28/2007
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Gargling for 30sec to 1 min with pure HP twice in 4 hours completely cured my strep throat infection.


Sun Spots  

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Posted by Janine (Atlanta, GA) on 07/01/2007
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I have started to use H202 on the brown sun spots on my left cheek after reading on Earth Clinic that it would fade them. Last night was the 2nd night. I took a cotton ball and soaked it in h202 and then held it to the area for about 15 minutes. Can report that after 2 nights they look like they are fading. Will report back.


Tongue Ulcers  

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Posted by Rich (Teaneck, New Jersey, Unites States) on 04/07/2013
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I don't know what they are called, but I've gotten like these puffy marks in my mouth like on my tounge that hurt like hell and I found that if you pour a little hydrogen peroxide in your hand and stick your tongue in it and wait like thirty seconds until bubles form around the mark and rinse it off and do it a couple times the mark disappears in like a third of the time it normally would to just tough it out.


Toothache and Tooth Abcess  

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Posted by Julie S. (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida) on 05/02/2007
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Hydrogen Peroxide 3% solution has cured my toothache. I had a nasty cavity that was causing a lot of pain. I couldn't chew or put any pressure on my teeth on the left hand side. I read about the amazing cures with hydrogen peroxide & decided to try it. I took a shot glass and diluted it 50/50. From the first time I swished the rinse to the present, it has worked like magic! Not only has my toothache gone away, but my gums look & feel so much better! I also put hydrogen peroxide drops in my ears to prevent cold & visrus. It has taken away earaches and sore throats.


Posted by Arazak (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) on 04/14/2007
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H202 for toothache: I was recommended by a friend to gargle for one minute with H2O2 3% solution 2 or 3 times per day and repeat for three or so days to relieve throbbing pain. And IT WORKED.

Replied by Laquida Jackson
Upper Marlboro, Maryland
03/18/2012

I have a bad tooth ache. Does hydrogene peroxide help?


Posted by Brandee (Longwood, FL) on 01/01/2007
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Gargling with Hydrogen Peroxide cured my peritonsillar abscess. I would not have believed it if I read it on this site. But, I was facing a very painful procedure to drain a peritonsillar abscess and read on a different site that gargling with hydrogen peroxide sometimes helps. I did two gargles about 2 minutes apart. Less than 10 minutes later I coughed up (I know, GROSS) a whole bunch of blood and puss. Instantly my throat felt better.


Posted by Sheryl (St Louis) on 04/18/2006
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I COULD NOT BELIEVE IT CLEARED MY ABCESS AND PAIN IN MY THROAT IN 2 DAYS. AFTER COMPLAINING TO MY BEST FRIEND THAT I NEEDED TO GET TO DENTIST TO GET PENICILLIN FOR THE INFECTION, SHE TOLD ME TO GET A COTTON BALL AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE LET SIT ON GUMS 3 TO 4 TIMES A DAY. I DID AND PAIN STARTED TO GO AWAY AFTER FIRST TREATMENT AFTER 2 MORE TIMES PAIN AND SWELLING WAS GONE I AM CONVINCED!!!!!!

Replied by Carolyn
Tx
01/13/2015
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Use only 3%. Dilute by adding 5 tablespoons to 1 quart or 32 oz of distilled water. It works wonders for just about everything that ails you.

It cured my cat with feline aids.

Replied by Katzie
Calgary
02/14/2016

I started to feel a little bit of pain and had some swelling around one of my bottom teeth. After reading on this wonderful site about HP for cavities, I decided to give it a try. I simply gargle with the HP one time for about one minute - and the cavity was stopped in its tracks! Unbelievable to me is the fact that cavities can be stopped like that. I grew up believing that cavities had to be drilled and filled, but thanks to this site and its posters, I now know that is just not true. As a beautiful side benefit, my bad breath is gone now, too. Thanks to EC for that!


Replied by D Tob
Riverside, Ca
07/29/2016
1 out of 5 stars

I didn't receive the same results taking peroxide for ulcers. I started the food grade hydrogen peroxide oxygenation protocol 5 days ago and am today up to 7 drops in distilled water 3 times a day and my stomach is killing me!!! The ulcers weren't bothering me very much before beginning the peroxide. I will continue on to 8 drops tomorrow but will probably have to stop after that as my stomach is getting worse by the day.

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
07/30/2016

D Tob, STOP!!! If it hurts, it's not for you, or at least not at these dosages!! If in the future you might want to try it again, stay at ONE drop a few days, if no pain, go to two drops for a few days etc. NOT EVERYONE can do the "protocol" as is. We are all different.

Also, after a few days of rest from any treatment, you might want to try any other Ulcers treatment. But start SLOW AND LOW!


Replied by Timh
Ky
07/30/2016

It is very important to be properly alkalized prior to H2O2 remedies.

To heal stomach ulcers, you may also consider acid reducing otc meds like Zantac, Tagamet, among others, in combination with 1-2 grms of Chlorella.

Ulcers  

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Posted by Lon (Tallahassee,Fla.)
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I have used hydrogen peroxide to cure stomach ulcers. Just place a few drops in a 8 oz. glass of water and take it daily about three or 4 days and it will heal the stomach.

Vaginitis  

Posted by Pahlee (Phila, Pa) on 09/11/2009

HAS ANYONE HEARD OF VAGINAL INFECTIONS CURED BY H202, AND IF SO WHICH OF THE TWO ( 3% 0R 35%)? HOW SHOULD IT BE USED AS HOW MUCH AND HOW OFTEN AND HOW LONG?

EC: Warning! Please do not use 35% Food Grade H202 until you read various instructions from the manufacturers about how to dilute it properly. 35% food grade can cause severe burns and must be diluted down to 3% or lower. You can read reader reported side effects and warnings on our Food Grade Section: http://www.earthclinic.com/remedies/hydrogen_peroxide2.html#FGP


Warts  

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Posted by Claudia (Tulsa, Ok) on 03/04/2012
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I recently went to the doctor to see what was growing on my tounge it was white and did not seem to bother me except it was a abnormal growth of some sort I was confused and a little worried since I'm in my 50's and never had this be before. To find out it was a wart called papillion it is a virus and she said I need to to see a oral surgeon to get it removed. I went home did some research started treating it with ACV on a q-tip and I used a nasil spay of hydrogen Peroxide food grade deluded as Bill describes and sprayed it several times a day and at night before going to bed in a matter of two weeks it has shurnk and is disappearing before my eyes. I now can cancel my appointment with the oral surgeon and saved my self a couple of hundred dollars and the stress of having my wart cut off. So happy it is going away. Thanks for all the info I hope this helps some one else too.


Posted by Amber (Tampa, FL) on 11/21/2008
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Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide(full strength) cured my wart on my index finger that has been plaguing me for 3 years. I've tried every suggestion banana peels, apple cider vinegar and duct tape. I just didn't have the patience to stick with these for months. I just bought H2o2 at my local health food store and took a cue tip and held it on the wart for as long as I could stand. It took like 10 minutes(also I've tried a band aid to hold in place). After the 2nd or third application it started falling off. Thanks earth clinic. I've been reading you guys for years.

Replied by Legna
Secret,
12/30/2013

hi, 35% strength or 3% strength you used? how much time you left between applications? - thanks

Replied by Andrea C
Wales
01/03/2014

Aaaarrhhhh!! Do not use full strength 35% hydrogen peroxide!!! Use only distilled water and put 1% hydrogen peroxide to 11 & water this makes 3% 1x11=3%. I hope to God you never used full 35% it's lethal!! Love Andrea C


Posted by Ben (Portland, OR) on 01/25/2007
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Great site here. It reminded me of the "accidental" cure I gave myself using H202. I had warts on the bottom of my right foot for months. The doctor would freeze them off and I was given cream. They would always come back. One day in the bathroom I was looking at them and said, "what the heck!". I poured H202 (the 3% drug store variety) over my foot. I didn't wash the peroxide off - I left it dry on. The next morning they were gone and never returned. That was 6 years ago


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Posted by Dawn (r. N.) (Allen, Texas) on 02/15/2008
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Warning

Hydrogen peroxide was once used for cleaning wounds but research has shown it is too harsh for wound care. It kills healthy tissue, is cytotoxic, and actually delays wound healing. Unfortunately, some health professionals have not kept current on changes in wound care and still recommend H2O2. I cannot comment on the other clains on your page, but H2O2 for wound care is definitely inappropriate.

Replied by Nickie
Ruislip, Middlesex Uk
07/10/2010
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I noticed a cautionary message in the section on H2O2 which reported it is no longer safe as a cleansing protocol for wounds. When I worked on a geriatric ward many years ago we routinely used it for open bedsores and ulcers. After daily syringing with 3% HP to thoroughly clear necrotic material wounds were packed with gauze soaked in cod liver oil. (Matron's own remedy! ) In patients where health was not too severely compromised, within a few weeks this resulted healthy new pink tissue even in very deep cavities brought on by pressure sores. And the lady whose ulcerated leg had become gangrenous was delighted when the regeneration saved her from an amputation. The oil is rather smelly, of course, but how bad if it works?

Bon sante. Nickie

Replied by Lisa
Wichita Falls, Tx
07/12/2010

I don't get this because I always use peroxide for all kinds of things,even on my pets for all kinds of things also. Never had any problems. What kind of problems did it talk about?

Replied by Boubou
Coral Gables, Florida
06/20/2012
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As a wind instrument musician, I had frequent damge to the lips and mouth resulting in sores etc.. It is a common problem. Rinsing mouthpieces, reeds etc in H2O2 completely eliminated the problem for me and I have had zero occurences for years.

In the tropics minor wounds when working or hiking, for example have a tendency to persist and not heal. H2O2 solved this problem for me and my hands and legs are free from wound sites. From my experience I cannot confirm these warnings.



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