[YEA] Lately I have been having a hell of a time with digestive issues. Not sure what is going on -- it may be that I am eating way too much hormone injected chicken and turkey now that I moved in with my partner, who has to eat meat at least once a day or he gets sick. On the other hand, I ate a Trader Joe's garlic naan last week at home with a homemade curry and woke up to extreme abdominal pain and brain fog. Second time that happened with the naan, will have to check the ingredients next time I go. So perhaps I am allergic to wheat now. I don't know. At any rate, after a week of snail's pace recovery with Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda, molasses, etc., I decided to a) eat vegetarian and b) do Bill Munro's h202 inhalation therapy. I started the peroxide therapy yesterday at about noon. By 8pm the brain fog that I have had for a week disappeared. This morning, exactly 24 hours later, my digestive tract finally feels back to normal. No more abdominal pain. I did 6 pumps of 3% h202 (drugstore brand) every 2- 3 hours. I think eating only rice and vegetables the last few days was helpful too. Yahoo!
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10/11/2007Posted by Sunny (Ca) on 11/16/2013
I want to know how to dilute 35% food grade Hydrogen Peroxide to 3% for the inhalation method. Also I heard that you need to use distilled water? Can I use reverse osmosis filtered water instead?? Also does the H2o2 weaken if stored diluted in water? Like if I dilute a large amount and then store it. Thanks!
Pass the love>> Forward - SunnyPosted by Herman (Rotterdam, The Netherlands) on 02/21/2012
I have started using Bill Munro's method but find that the doses I inhale are too small to kill off the bacteria and I still produce a lot of phlegm and/or mucus that is (most of the time) difficult to get rid if. Bill states that one must inhale a level of oxygen that kills the bacteria only then will there be relief. The question is to what levels? Has anyone experience with this? How many pumps does one apply each time or does one keep going till the right dose is found? Your comments will be much appreciated.Replied by Tracy
San Augustine, Texas