|BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS (4)||22%|
|BETTER BUT NOT CURED (1)||6%|
A few months ago I developed a sinus infection and bronchitis.(Symptoms were severe congestion in head and couldn't breath through my nose, post nasal drip causing coughing spells, etc...then using OTC sudafed and nasal sprays would help relieve the congestion only temporarily, finally went to the doctor last month.)
So my doctor gave me prescription antibiotics which didn't help at first, then the next week a different antibiotic, which possibly worked because now, after a few weeks, the yellow mucus has finally turned clear.) I've been a smoker for over 30 years, and many people claim that's why I get sinus problems and bronchitis!
Nevertheless, I am still having congestion and stuffy nose, so, when I came across this site, today I started using Bill Monro's inhalation spray method, sparingly. (I'm a little scared at doing it many times a day, so I'm just doing it morning and evening, for now.) I also went so far as to order food grade 35% H2O2 and will dilute with distilled water 1:11 ratio to make 3%. I also will be putting a few drops of 3% in my drinking water. (One drop in a 16 oz size container.) I also read about drinking 2 tablespoons of apple cidar vinegar in a glass of water every morning, so I've already started doing that too!
I'll report back in a few weeks, or sooner, if my symptoms improve! Thanks!
Replied by Donna
Boston, Ma, Usa
03/05/2010Posted by Dave (Sparks, Nevada, Us Of A) on 01/27/2010
[YEA] The Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
I am sending this email to almost everyone in my address book.
Not all of you know my medical history but I have been using assisted oxygen for the past five or six years. Lately I have been getting fed up with it because my health has been slowly deteriorating.
A couple of months ago I bought a 20 MHz Sweep/Function Generator, a Model GB-4000. It is another fantastic machine but as far as helping my shortness of breath. It did some, but just not enough. If I wanted to go outside of the house I still needed to carry oxygen in a tank and be darn sure that I didn't run short, i.e., carry extra tanks everywhere.
I also have a nebulizer, it's a little machine that creates fog from liquids. I tried putting an ounce of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide in it and inhaling it. Not much of a difference. Maybe 10 minutes of relief from the air hose.
This afternoon I took a small bottle, it previously had lens cleaner in it, and filled it with 3% Hydrogen Peroxide. Then I sprayed the H202 into my mouth as I inhaled, as deeply as I could. Three sprays. I haven't had my air hose on for 45 minutes and I am feeling just fine! At one hour I was tempted to put the air hose back on but instead I gave myself one more spray. The effect is the same as if I had put the hose on.
Here I am at 2 hours and going to spray again. Again, one spray and the effect is the same as if I had put the air hose on.
Folks, I may just be returning my air concentrator to the Rental company in a week or two or just using it for sleeping.
When I think of all the specialists that I have been to in the past 10 years, it is disgusting to think that not a one of them had the answer to my restricted lifestyle. Of course if the General Practitioner, whose office is around the corner had told me to spray H202 into my mouth to solve the problem none of those other specialists would have earned a dime, would they? Quite the sloppy system that we have got going here!
So, if you or someone in your family comes down with a cough, the flu or God forbid, C.O.P.D. I suggest trying some $1 a bottle, 3% Hydrogen Peroxide to cure your ails BEFORE allowing the licensed doctors to drain your wallet.
Also, I strongly suggest reading this entire website because there's lots of wonderful reviews from real people on it.
Yup, I have got a hunch that I am no longer going to be known as the old man with the hose in his nose. LOLReplied by Saba
01/28/2010Posted by Malibupat (Flower Mound, Tx) on 11/06/2009
Re the hydrogen peroxide inhalation method: Has anyone who was on oxygen therapy 24/7 been able to get off it with H2O2 therapy?Posted by Chris Martian (Victoria, Bc, Canada) on 10/08/2009
[BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS] Iv'e been inhaling 3 percent hydrogen peroxide for just over a week now at 4-5 pumps 3 times daily. The first 3 or 4 days it worked great cleared my lungs out got rid of my cold it worked well. After that i got a sore throat and have been coughing up green and yellow stuff. I'm a smoker, smoke about a pack a day, just curious if any one else has had these symptoms.Replied by Lisa
Thousand Oaks, Ca, USA
10/08/2009Posted by Peggy (Bainbridge Island, WA) on 05/04/2009
Hello, I have been struggling with a lung infection called MAC for about 10 years. It is a rare distant relative of TB which then causes all sorts of secondary infections of bronchitis. I have just started using Bill Munro's inhalation method. I am wondering if any else out there has been diagnosed with MAC and if you have had any positive experiences with H202 or any other remedy, I believe I have tried everything from diets to drugs to Chinese medicine to acupuncture. I am hoping that the H202 works because its really my last hope... I will keep you posted on the H202 inhalation. I've started gently, 3 inhalations 4X a day.
EC: More about Mycobacterium avium complex on Wikipedia.Replied by Peggy
Bainbridge Island, WA