Last Modified on May 19, 2015
Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) can be a bit tricky to find at the store in order to add it to your arsenal of natural remedies. While you should be able to find ordinary 3% hydrogen peroxide in any drug store, pharmacy, or large convenience store, this sort of H2O2 usually has additives (typically, stabilizers) that make it less than ideal to drink hydrogen peroxide safely. Food grade hydrogen peroxide, however, should have no additives and as such is said to be safe for use as a "food".
Caution: Just remember that food grade hydrogen peroxide is (most often) a 35% solution, significantly more caustic than the 3% solution found on store shelves. This means that you MUST DILUTE the solution before any hydrogen peroxide treatments, according to the proper dilution tables or calculations.
Find Food Grade H2O2 Anywhere In the World
So if you would like to stock food grade hydrogen peroxide in your medicine cabinet, no matter where you are in the world, check out the forum to follow and find some advice on where to find this natural cure in whatever country you call home, and continue to use hydrogen peroxide for acne, mouthwash, or any other folk remedy!