Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Last Modified on Jan 23, 2015


Homeopathic Remedy   2  0   

Posted by Nan (Minneapolis, Mn) on 10/16/2011

[YEA]  It is said that Kali Bich homeopathic can quickly cure COPD.... I was having difficulty breathing and noticed a lot of thick post nasal drip.... COPD is a filling of the lungs with mucus.... I took Kali Bich and it worked quickly.... Worth trying and homeopathics are cheap and easy. I actually think mucus may be caused by parasites/worms so might want to deworm as well....

Hot Cooking Spices   1  0   

Posted by Rick (Boscawen, NH) on 06/22/2009

[YEA]  Spices and COPD, Chronic Bronchitis:

A year ago, I was diagnosed with chronic Bronchitis - COPD, so severe that my ears turned blue from lack of Oxygen. My blood pressure was very high, too. The DOT immediately yanked my Health card for driving truck. When I went to the Dr. my Oxy saturation level was 81. He put me on an inhalor and I had to use a Nebulizer several times a day. Nothing really changed. I could breathe a little better, but was still able to walk only for short distances. I love to cook, and tried to think of the healthiest people that I know. I started cooking with spices from China, India, and other Asian areas. I use curry powders (in various heat ranges), Tumeric, Cayenne, Garlic, Ginger, Paprika, Mustard, Wasabi, and others. I use one or more of these ingredients in every meal, and most snacks, that I cook. About two months ago I had a physical, blood work, and EKG in preparation for surgery. My lungs no longer "wheeze" (I do have a bad day once in a while...but not DAILY); my blood pressure was normal; my Oxy sat level is 95 to 97 percent; (both) Cholesterols were at healthy levels, and, except for my COPD, I am as healthy as can be! The best result of eating all that good, spicy-hot, healthy food is that I can walk at least a half a mile without "running out of breath." I have NEVER posted to any Website but feel that people should be aware of the benefits of spices and herbs. I have now found a local store that sells 1 pound packages of spices, instead of paying $4 to $7 in grocery stores for those little bottles. The savings are phenomenal. This is the best site that I have found that re-enforces my belief in hot foods. Thank you EARTH CLINIC

Hydrogen Peroxide   4  0   

Posted by Davegto (Michigan, US) on 11/17/2014

[YEA]  I've used food grade h2o2 for copd and had some success- need to get more and try again-it is almost elusive to obtain!!

One compound pharmacy had to ask the boss if they could sell it as... they use h2o2 to make a lot of medicine! I got some from them-expensive-then contacted a BIG wholesale chemical company that gave me a pint or 2 for free as they sell it in 55 gallon drums-not too drastic for so much!

It does oxygenate and many diseases cannot live in an oxygen rich environment.

It may have some side effects that are not that nice- so watch out and I'd say (altho I am NOT a physician at all), use in moderation and probably not needed long term-continually. Experiment a little- see how you feel, I wager it will help in the right dose and over X amount of time depending on your condition

Good Luck!

On another note - if you do have any further knowledge of h2o2 effects on hemochromatosis PLEASE email me asap

Dave: gnomad56 (at) gmail [dot] com

Posted by Richard (Ca - California) on 03/23/2014

[YEA]  I have been using 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide for my copd and it has all but gone completely. I put 3 drops of hydrogen peroxide in a 8 oz glass and drink it three times a day adding one drop daily until reaching 25 drops and then staying on 25 drops for 5 days and then working back one drops less each day until I reach 3 drops daily for one week. and then check your status.

Replied by Freda
British Columbia, Canada
03/23/2014
Did you use dilute the peroxide to 3 % hydrogen peroxide? How long did you take the peroxide for before noticing the results? Did you have severe COPD?
Replied by Debbie
Dayton Texas
06/14/2014
Will you PLEASE send me more info on this please. Thank you
Replied by Chris
Missouri, US
08/07/2014
Richard, I understood a person had to dilute the food grade 35% hp before consuming, I started this method, mixing 1 ounce hp to 11 ounces of distilled water and inhale, on 4th day and do not notice much difference in breathing, maybe I am doing it wrong, there are so many different ways of doing this, I just want to be safe and also help with my breathing. thank you with any answers you can give me.

Posted by Patrick (Ontario) on 02/23/2014

Hi, I am asking information on h202 IV for my mom who has copd, I am in Ingersoll Ontario, do you have clinic some where in Ontario? Thank you.

Replied by Ed2010
Oakville, Canada
02/23/2014
Hi patric, try Jack's Emphysema Tea, which is in Earth Clinic's site. Excellent for COPD. Raw materials are available in gta herbal stores. Can work like a charm in a week. Good health

Posted by Patsymay ( Canvey Island, England) on 01/06/2012

Hi my name is Patricia and I have COPD I have been researching h2o2 now for almost a week. After reading all I found on the web and coming to sites like Earth Clinic I have decided to try taking h2o2 orally and also maybe trying Bill Munro method (inhaler) I now feel a bit more confident to try and maybe not so scared.

This is a brilliant site so glad I found it. I am a novice so I will be proberly be asking a load of questions as I go on.

I am going to start with 1 drop in 8ozs of distilled water 3xday increasing the drops by one each day till taking 26 drops in 8ozs water 3xday then reducing drops back till I get to maintance level does this sound about right, any feedback would be great.

Many thanks, Pat

Replied by William
Evans, Ga
09/27/2014
Hi Patsymay,

Based on one drop per 8oz distilled water...you are looking at appox .0014% of HP (food grade) whereas 26drops per 8oz of distilled water would equate to 1.08% HP (food grade) which would be too much....the best or highest recommended dose is 0.5% Hp (food Grade) so....I would not go above 12 drops of HP (food grade) using distilled water...you can check out these findings @ Educateyourself.org....good luck ....Bill

Replied by William
Evans, Ga
09/27/2014
Hi Patsymay,

based on one drop per 8 oz distilled water...you are looking at appox .0014% of HP (food grade) whereas 26 drops per 8 oz of distilled water would equate to 1.08% HP (food grade) which would be too much....the best or highest recommended dose is 0.5% Hp (food Grade) so....I would not go above 12 drops of HP (food grade) using distilled water.....good luck ....bill

Posted by Billy (Lancaster, Ca) on 08/31/2011

[SIDE EFFECTS]  Hi, I emailed Bill about using hp and as yet have not received an answer from anyone, can you please tell me what kind of information he needs before he will reply?
I started taking 3% drug store hp and still using my copd meds ( advair & combivent inhailers) and the last two days I have been very shaky and had problem with nerves it only lasts a few hours but I am concerned should I stop using hp?
My husband started at same time I did and feels burning in chest. Please let us know what we should do. Thank you Billy

Replied by Mic
Cambridge, Cambs/ Uk
08/31/2011
Billy, please make sure your HP is food grade HP not just ordinary from a drugstore. Then start with a small amount, following the instructions that you will find on earth clinic. The treatment I found very effective.
Replied by Faye
Nc
05/28/2014
[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]   I use food grade Peroxide. It is 35% so it must be diluted. 1 drop of peroxide to 11 drops of water gives you about a 3% solution. Also, use purified water. I'm using 3 drops peroxide w/33 drops water in a nebulizer. I'm much better than I was. It's not a cure but it sure helps.

Posted by Lynn (Brighton, Uk) on 07/12/2011

[YEA]  I have always been impressed with positive feedback from those who start out as non-believers. Here is an extract from an email I recently received from my father who is suffering from COPD. "Hi Lynn, I want to say a big thanks to you for putting me on to Hydrogen Peroxide. I'm sceptical about alternative medicine on the whole but I'm convinced of the benefits of this treatment. It is possible that some effects come from a lessening of grass pollen and the cleansing of the air by rain - but surely they are not responsible for the complete transformation experienced over the past week or so. I walked a Hawk's Brow circuit this morning - the first time since 27 May (and this was a walk usually done several times a week). I was going to say that there was no coughing as such - but in fact there was really none at all! I now feel optimistic about sticking around for a while yet..."

Replied by John
Johanesburg, Gauteng South Africa
09/22/2012
1920/30 hydrogen Peroxide was "discovered as a cure all and is one of the most incredible all round even cancer, tb, you name it, naturally the medical scallies had to stop it! They fabricated a 12 year old girl that was killed by using H202. Only recently has this "staged" death come to light. Is there a limit to the evil of greed? We have been singularly honoured by the inspirational public service of a man like TED. He has and does share with us a fantastic insight into natural cures and nature.

The above is my "Sincere thank you Ted"

The study of H202 would be most rewarding and there are books available on this versitile Natural gift to mankind, go for it, please

Posted by Tom (Otsego County, NY, USA) on 06/23/2011

[YEA]  Please don't ingest store-bought 3% H202; do read about 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide at Dr David G Williams website (google, "The Many Benefits of Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide," find the Williams entry, which offers instructions on its use.

I had TB in service (WW2), didn't know it, self-cured it (we're giants at 19) but was a shallow breather. In 1984 I was showed lung scars on my chest X-ray and finally knew why I had difficulty breathing.

Recently my breathing worsened, limited me to four hours sleep a night. Recalling that one sister died of IFP, one of emphysema, I looked at myself at 87.

Hoping for a longer life, I'd followed an FG H202 regimen for four years -- high dosages for a month, then 3 drops a day in spring water and no colds in that time. Now deep breathing was impossible, so I upped my FG H202 intake to 9 drops (3 X3) a day.

There was improvement. Hardly dramatic, yet I was grateful for it. Now I'm seeking a Homeopath who offers the IV H202 treatment. Dr Williams says it really works on emphysema-- we'll see about that.

The government calls me a death-panel candidate, but I call them names, too. And yes, my COPD worries don't compare to those of others in this forum, but I had to offer this FG H202 advice anyway. I ask you to help yourselves. Read on Dr Williams' website -- I found it as I found Earth Clinic. By happy chance.

Posted by Swampash (Los Angeles, California, United States) on 09/27/2010

I read that you should never do vitamin c, iron, or fatty foods with h2o2 and you also should not eat 2hours before or 1 hour after taking h2o2 orally. Does anyone have more info on this?

Posted by Dee (Dayton, Ohio) on 04/30/2009

[BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS]  i have copd & on 2 inhalers & one powered inhaler. first 2 every 6 hrs as needed ,the third 2 xs a day. was 49 when informed of this, am 54 now& this treatment is not working. have a couple air purifers in home to clean air but this really brings little comfort. my dr. says there is no cure for this but we can control it to some point. but i can"t seem to settle for this answer when i am finding it harder to breath sometimes the pressure in my chest so bad i am gaspping just to take a breath. feels like a heavy rock laying on my chest.

then i started to do reseach on h2o2 therapy. using 35%food grade hydrogen peroxide. dosage schedule for undiluted 35% h2o2 first day 3 drops, 3 times a day .. second day 4 drops, 3 times a day ... increasing each day by two drops until you get up to 25 drops, 3x per day x 25 drops= 75 drops.at your peak for 1 / 3 weeks ... then you start to reduce the dosage like 25 drops every other day, 4 times a week ...25 drops every third day for 2 weeks .... to 25 drops every 4 days for 3 weeks. DO NOT stop taking it if you feel sick until you complete the program because this sickness is due to the toxics in your body that are being destroyed by the h2o2..... boy i must be full of toxins cause i feel sick to my stomack but i really can inhale/ exhale much easier. i am trying to do this to the end but i can only get up to 25 drops 2 x s per day for 2 more days & i will start to back down. have i done this all wrong?

Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method   12  1   

Posted by Marigold (USA) on 02/24/2014

[YEA]  H2O2 inhalation for COPD: I'm having good results with peroxide in my nebulizer. I have diluted food grade hydrogen peroxide (diluted to 3%) in a glass eyedropper. I put distilled water into another eyedropper. Two droppers of peroxide and three droppers of water seems to be the dosage that works for me. I had a bit of an irritation in my throat when I went a little stronger.

Twice I did a lot of deep breathing with the nebulizer and got a little light headed. Took me a while before I realized that I was just hyperventilating. So just do your regular breathing.

I find that if I haven't used it for several days, I'll have a bit of phlegm so I have to clear my throat a few times. My thinking is that it's loosening up the crud in my lungs and that's not a bad thing!

Thanks to EC and the people that take the time to post. It's all so helpful to read everyone's experiences.

Posted by Paterin (Pensacola, Florida) on 02/03/2014

[YEA]  I want Bill Munroe to know that my COPD has responded amazingly to his H202 inhalation therapy. I'm not sure everyone inhales as they spray, but I do, and hold my breath awhile so it can really have plenty of time in there and I don't even count how often I do it. I keep 3 sprayers filled with 3% hydrogen peroxide from Walmart at all times. Nothing in this world could be easier with this most amazing result. I've used it for months now and will NEVER be without it. You're a lifesaver, Bill.

Replied by Yolanda
Illinois, US
10/31/2014
I also have been using the h2o2 in a spray that I spray in my throat about 5 times a day, about 6 sprays. I use the drugstore 3% as I am afraid to use the food grade. I bought some and it leaked out of the bottle and burned my fingers; that was enough to scare me even though I know it has to be diluted. The drug store one is fine and have been using it for over a year. I won't go on any inhalers; they don't cure anything and as far as relieving symptoms who needs that. The symptoms are there to tell you something is wrong. I also spray colloidal through an inhaler. By inhaler I mean the one you buy at the drugstore using the Bill Murey method. I use that 3 times a day. It has really helped. I also use 6 drops of p73 Oregano oil to boost immune system. I use that for about 2 weeks and then go off for at least two weeks. I bought the book "How I reversed My Mom's COPD" It helped a lot to see how the medicine from the pharmaceuticals are making you worse and adding to the problem. If you look up what virus causes COPD coxsackie virus was one of them. I probably have that spelled wrong.

The best to all of you, love the site. Yolanda

Posted by Raymond (La, California) on 11/20/2012

Currently using Bronchiodilaters / fast acting meds with no real relief for COPD / ASTHMA. Tried H2O2 Nebulizer previously but discontinued because Physician said he knew nothing about procedure and would not recommend it! Currently not getting any relief from prescribed meds!

I am willing to try H2O2 via nebulizer, however; due I use current prescribed meds with H2O2 nebulizer or should I discontinue while trying peroxide treatment? I am slightly confused because none of your feedback addresses the issues of current meds and recommended peroxide via nebulizer treatments! Any assistance / information would be greatly appreciated!

Replied by Maggie
Orlando, Fl, USA
01/01/2013
[YEA]   I posted two years ago, when I began inhaling H2O2 for COPD. I had been terribly sick for over 15 years and was suffering for nearly six months of the year with chronic bronchitis and pneumonia.

I started with Bill Munro's inhalation method and I am now using between 3 and 5 ccs of .5% (1/2 %) food grade hydrogen peroxide (diluted with distilled water) daily via nebulizer. I have had only two short episodes of bronchitis in two years (and no other illnesses at all)!

I am not a healthcare practitioner, but have been doing exhausting amounts of research and have found a lot of important info I would like to share.

1. You should always use food-grade H2O2 when possible and it should only be diluted with distilled water. (care should be taken when diluting, it is caustic at anything over 3% and WILL burn you). If food grade is not accessible or you don't trust yourself, use the stabilized type (brown bottle), but know that it has additives that can affect you negatively. I used the stabilized type for about a year with no adverse effects and Bill Munro has been using it forever.

2. The food-grade is more potent than the stabilized even at the same diltuion. The dilution I have used (and recommended to hundreds of people) is:

3% stabilized or 2% food-grade for mist inhalation and for anything topical (ears, cuts, etc.).

1% stabilized or .5% food-grade for nebulizer treatments.

3. Many people would like to take H2O2 internally for almost any ailment. I believe it will cure ANYTHING! However, you should know that it is not as simple as putting a few drops in water. There are many foods and meds that interact with H2O2 and you can get quite sick. In "The One-Minute Cure" by Madison Cavanaugh, there is a great chart with dosages and recommendations for detoxing, etc. You can also read about what foods, medicines, etc. to avoid.

4. Speaking of books on the subject, "Hydrogen Peroxide Medical Miracle" by William Campbell Douglass is also a wealth of info. I have also recently downloaded a free Kindle book "Hydrogen Peroxide Miracle Healers From the Kitchen" by Sharon Daniels. It is a short e-book. It appears that this author has condensed other author's info into a quick read. It doesn't really give specifics on how to use H2O2, but it's great for some very interesting facts.

Lastly, I would like to again provide my email for anyone looking for advice. It is Maggz129(at)aol.com. I also have a blog page at http://mysite.verizon.net/vze14gsu7/ which tells my story and my experiences with H2O2 (I started this blog due to the 100s of emails I recieved after my initial post on EarthClinic). Unfortunately, I have been unable to access my blog to add new posts recently (some kind of tech issue). I will repost when I transfer my blog to another site.

I hope that this info can be posted for others, so that they can take advantage of this amazing and inexpensive cure for almost any ailment out there.

Be well, Maggie

Replied by Patrick
Montreal, Quebec
01/14/2013
Can a 75 year old woman use this, she has COPD? She is having trouble breathing and can't talk for very long, her mask is not helping her that great so would this be safe for her? Please help me as soon as possible. Thank you and God Bless. Patrick
Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
01/15/2013
Patrick, put a small spritz into a humidifier near her, or a tiny bit into an inhaler.
Replied by Vcn
Phx, Az, Us
01/15/2013
Patrick - I'm sorry to hear of her struggles. I cannot speak about the H202 method.... but hope this can help.

COPD is a chronic inflammatory disease. Therefore getting the inflammatory mediator (leukotriene) under control will be vital in helping to control it as well as dilating bronchial tubes.

Some antioxidants are capable of doing this but conventional ones (vitamins C & E) may not be sufficient enough. Pycnogenol (antioxidant) was reported to improve pulmonary functions in asthma patients & dramatically lowered their need for inhalers. (Amounts taken are based on severity of condition). It tends to have quicker effect if it was supported by other antioxidants, (primary from the cyanidin groups).

Another thing to consider.... Respiratory disorders may be associated with cartilage degeneration which is also common with older people. Cartilage contains lots of water, type II collagen, hyaluronic acid, chondroitin sulfate -- all which tend to deficient in older people as well.

Unfortunately, we stop producing hyaline cartilage, (the type found in the air tubes) during our teen years which cannot be replaced. However, in adults, when cartilage gets damaged or degenerates, it can be replaced with another type (fibrocartilage). From what I've learned, this can be done in a number of ways with glucosamine sulfate and glucosamine hydrochloride (properly proportioned), without chondroitin, supported by pycnogenol or vitamin c to help build collagen and hyaluronic acid to maintain hydration.

The very best luck and blessings to you!

Replied by Jenny
London, UK
01/15/2013
[YEA]   I will be turning 80 this year and have used the peroxide inhalation method since I read about it three years ago or so. I have never experienced any side effects. I have lung issues as well and use the method when I am catching a flu.
Replied by Marigold
Usa
05/30/2014
Just an update - I'm still using h2o2 in my nebulizer. I now use 2 droppers of peroxide to 2 droppers of distilled water. I feel better than ever, starting to exercise. I don't use my prescribed Flovent Disk much at all because I hate the side effects. I still use my Ventolin HFA for emergencies.

This time of year, the humidity causes me real problems. I have a dehumidifier running and take cheapo, Dollar Store Allergy Relief ($6). Those two things plus the nebulized h2o2 have helped more than any of the high dollar prescriptions.

We do need to remember that all of this isn't a one size fits all. Some things work better for others.

Posted by Ann From Alabama (Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Usa) on 10/18/2012

[YEA]  I began 2 weeks ago nebulizing 35% Hydrogen Peroxide. I am amazed at the results. I have tried every prescripition drug available for asthma and COPD available in the US. The side effects were so horrible, I was unable to continue treatment. I finally decided that I had nothing too lose so I decided to try the Peroxide treatment. Here is what I did. Just to mention I only did this twice a day for two weeks. On Oct 17 and 18 2012, I have not used the nebulizer at all. I am totally amazed, no wheezing, coughing, or heavy chest. I sleep comfortably throughout the night, something I have not done in over 8 months. I have a nebulizer that was prescribed by my doctor, but I also have information on purchasing one without a prescription, but more on that later.

Here's what I did. In a glass measuring cup pour one ounce of 35% food grade Hydrogen Peroxide, then pour into a sterile glass jar. I used a canning jar that I sterilized in boiling water. Then I measured 11 ounces of purified water to the peroxide and mixed well with a plastic spoon. Put into refrigerator. To nebulizer add 1 ml peroxide solution and 1-1/2 ml purified water, shake gently to combine. I breathed this for one to 2 minutes two times per day with amazing results. In severe copd cases you may nebulize more often.

I have been doing more extensive research on alternative treatments for COPD and found that nebulizing buffered L-Gluthathione has been proven as an effective treatment for COPD. L-Gluthathione is a very potent anti inflammatory and antioxidant. The liposomal form is best for inhalation. I am going to try this next.

I have found that the website www.theranaturals has the buffered Gutathione and www.outpatientmd has nebulizers starting at $28.00 usd.

I will stay in touch as I test and try new treatments for COPD

Replied by Mary
Tuscaloosa , Al Usa
04/02/2013
Ann in Tuscaloosa, I also live here and I am at the end of my rope. Seems I spend my day on nebulizers or oxygen. Where do you get this from and how does it work? Thank you.


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