Posted by Jens (North Vancouver, B.c. Canada) on 02/17/2011
[YEA] Apple cider vinegar, liquid unpasturized honey, vitamin C, sodium bicarbonate and drops of 29% food grade hydrogen peroxide mixed into a yerba mate tea base has now been personally consumed for ten years. The effects have been most beneficial to my health and well being. Consumed instead of coffee it is a wonderful pick me up to start the day. This should be followed with water through the day as the tea is cleaning the pipes. The sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) is used to adjust the acidity and flavour (pinch or two). The honey should not be put into a too hot tea 114F max to retain it's full benefits. One of honey's main attributes is that when diluted with water the presence of hydrogen peroxide is tested for to determine the quality, the higher the value for h2o2 the higher the quality of the honey and it's healing properties. H2o2 and honey have a special relationship as long as certain enzymes are still abundant. Honey will also take up h2o2 and act as a carrier. All the other ingredients are rich in anti-oxidants, meaning they assist in controling oxidation and oxidative stress also preventing oxygen free radical damage. The amount of h2o2 mixed in should always begin with 1 or 2 drops and carefully progress up from there. There is nothing that will prevent you from contacting pathogens but how they are dealt with is dependant on your immune response and wether you were affected or never even noticed. Food poisoning was another interesting situation.
We got it as a family my son who drinks the least water and no h2o2 with colloidal silver (cs) was affected for four days.
My daughter who drinks some cs water and bathes in h2o2 (2 cups 29%/ tub) was affected for two days.
My wife who drinks more cs water than my daughter and bathes in h2o2 was affected two days but was better than my daughter.
I had a slight churning of the intestines and an extra bowel movement a couple of hours after the suspect meal. So I never skipped a beat and was able to take care of the other less fortunate souls. There was also a benefit to adding a bit of cs to the water and to consuming an adequate amount of the water.