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Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Therapy for COVID-19

Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation
Posted by Angie (America) on 12/25/2021
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I used Mercola's basic peroxide recipe:

Using 3% H2O2, using 1/4 tsp., mix with 7 1/4 tsp of normal saline to equal a .1% solution. You can add 1 drop of 5% Lugol's solution to the nebulizer cup with the peroxide solution. I add a drop of 10% Povidine Iodine. Use only saline water, never just straight distilled water.

The past two weeks I've gotten some congestion and a slight dry cough, and so I have used this recipe two days in a row, each time I had symptoms, and within hours I start to feel better and within 24 hours I'm almost all better.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation
Posted by Koys (Sofia) on 12/06/2021
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And this was originally given by Dr Bernstein on his website, who used it for clearing up of hundreds of Covid patients. As a result of that, his website was closed (for some reason Mercola was not affected). Dr Bernstein commented, that many sick patients did not improve until the day when they put to the H2O2 0.5% also a drop of Lugol iodine!


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Posted by Brent (Tigard, OR) on 12/05/2021
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Most people, including myself, can tolerate a 3% solution straight out of a drugstore brown bottle. Dr. Levy, who wrote Rapid Virus Recovery (you can find the PDF version on the internet for free), relates cases from Cali, Columbia where a 3% solution was safely nebulized for half an hour, three times a day. Try it first at 3% and if it is irritating you can cut it in half with a saline solution or just purified water.


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Posted by Anna (Milwaukee, Wisco) on 11/09/2021
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I and my family inhaled food grade 3% h2o2 from a little spritzer bottle (i.e a travel size bottle for hairspray) during covid. It ended a few weeks ago for us. And we had no problems with breathing. We actually did limited vitamins as we were pretty exhausted. I appreciate the info from your book. Just started it today. Vive la liberté!


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Posted by Sylvia (Holland) on 11/02/2021
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I have had asthma for over 60 years, after reading Mercola.com last year I started to use 1 ml of hydrogen peroxide 3% and add that to 5mg of physiological saline water. The saline water you can buy in the baby department of a supermarket in prepacked containers. Or at any pharmacy. I just mix both in my nebulizer. For a year now no antibiotics. Quite odd because I always have several rounds every year. For years I took doxycycline daily until I became resistant. And now no antibiotics, very odd. My lungspecialist does not like me doing this… I replied that I would not stop as this is the first thing that has ever really helped me … to which she had no answer… Just make sure your nebulizer is not the mesh type but has a little cup. The mesh gets clogged with the saline water, the salt clogs it.


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Posted by MissM (NY) on 10/26/2021
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For my long term Covid I bought salt nose spray Ayr, emptied it out and put in 3 per cent hydrogen peroxide food grade and used method to inhale here. It's less intimidating than using nebulizer.

Another bottle on nasal salt spray, I added two drops of lugols 2 percent iodine and used for my nose. I still use it as preventative when I am out and about.

I also found dairy products made me much much worse in chest. When I stopped dairy most of the congestion reduced dramatically. This has never happened before with dairy, but I highly recommend not using it if you have lung issues of any kind or Covid, flu.


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Posted by Marshagail (Georgia) on 09/27/2021
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I recently started using 3% food grade hp mixed ½ & ½ with distilled water several times a day. I bought a 2 piece facial mister for about $9 and am using that as it seems quite economical & efficient and I'm very pleased & encouraged as I haven't had to resort to 6muvus pills/day to breathe nor have I used my prescription inhaler once! I'm stickin' with it!


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Posted by Bob H. (Memphis TN) on 09/19/2021
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I started using the h202 inhalation method many years ago. Whenever I feel a cold coming on I start using the spray many times per day and I also will put h202 in each ear canal and let it sit for 5 min on each side. By doing this I have not had a full blown cold in probably 10 years.

So, during this covid thing, being as it attacks the lungs, I have had now several periods where out of the blue my lungs start bothering me. Burning when I tried to do my walking and just a shortness of breath. It made me think, I am coming down with this stuff.

I used the h202 inhalation method throughout the day and even carried it with me when I went places. I was probably using it 12 or more times per day. As soon as I got up, last thing before bed and all during the day. My way of doing it is to blow all the air out of your lungs and then spray the mist and keep inhaling until you can't inhale anymore. Then, hold your breath and count to 30.

I got both vaccines but, I still felt like I was coming down with it.

I kept doing my walking everyday, made a point of that, and after a couple of days of using the h202 my lungs felt back to normal.

So, for any out there that feel a discomfort in your lungs you may want to give it a try...


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Posted by Dano (Idaho) on 09/15/2021
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I too used H2O2 inhalation therapy early in the COVID situation. I had trouble breathing and some mild symptoms, but it was the breathing that was the only real problem. I wasn't able to get much oxygen exchange. I sprayed some 3% regular hydrogen peroxide from the store along with the short fast inhalation. The method was crude as the sprayer was not much good for this application the drops were far too large. But it still worked so well that a minute later I was happily surprised at the effectiveness of it. I slept fine that night and continued a few more applications in the next few days to be on the safe side. I haven't been troubled by anything since. It's been over a year.


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Posted by Judy (Tenessee) on 09/15/2021
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My recipe for the nebulizer cup is 1 teaspoon of saline and 1/4 teaspoon 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide as a preventative. When sick or feeling like a cough is coming on, I raise the hydrogen peroxide level to 1/2 teaspoon. For prevention, I nebulize 1-2 times per day. When getting sick, minimum of 3 times a day,


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Posted by LarJam (ID) on 09/10/2021
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I have chronic Asthma and Congestive Heart Failure and have had Swine Flu (Sars-1) 4 years ago and now have early symptoms of Covid. My roommate brought Covid home 3 days ago. My wife told me about this HP therapy.

I used my nebulizer, which only has one setting. Filled up with any store purchased Hydrogen Peroxide 3 percent says ok to use as a gargle so that means its food grade. The actual brand is Equate .(Walmart I think) I didn't dilute it or add anything.

I did the treatment for 2-3 minutes and could feel it working once it hit my lungs. Since I only have a mouthpiece, I would inhale in my mouth and exhale out my nose. Then at the end, I allowed straight vapors out of the mouthpiece to flow into my nostrils for about a minute.

I then took an emergence Vitamin C treatment in hot water and drank it. With just one treatment I felt it working like a miracle. I will do this every morning at night I will add some to my CPAP at night to kill germs in my hose and face mask. Thank God for the internet to learn about these solutions.


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Posted by Sharon (Utah) on 08/30/2021
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Hi, I would like to know if you have a heart issue can you use the Hydrogen Peroxide straight from a nasal pump bottle or in a nebulizer? Also, someone mentioned a humidifier. I would love to know about both.


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Posted by Craig (Lake Charles, LA) on 08/09/2021
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The last time anyone made a glass cup for dispensing nebulized medication was in the 60's & those were called "atomizers" (remember grandma's perfume atomizer? Same thing). They didn't work very well. Plastic is the only thing used these days. As a Respiratory Therapist of 30 years, I have never had a patient be allergic to the plastic used (not saying you aren't, just saying I've never seen it).

If you're going to nebulize anything and want it to work make sure you use a mouthpiece and NOT a mask. Even with a mouthpiece you'll get, at best, about 10% of the nebulized solution. With a mask, you'll get NONE. Remember--your nose is a filter--breathe through your MOUTH only. Best of luck


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Posted by Robin (Pinckney, Mich) on 06/27/2021 2 posts
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I was in the hospital for two weeks because I could not breathe. 14 days later I was sent home on oxygen. I could not take three steps without being extremely hypoxic. I thought I was sent home to die. I asked my friend who I have a share purchased for raw cow's milk if she heard what I might do...she said " look into nebulizing hydrogen peroxide with iodine in saline solution." Lugol's is better but could not buy it in time so I used 2 drops nascent iodine in a saline solution made from pink Himalayan salt and distilled water..

My husband diluted food grade hydrogen down to the correct protocol. I cannot give correct dosages at this point because I was very ill and my husband provided for me my care in this. All I can say is that after three weeks out of hospital nothing worked until this. I could breathe immediately and have been getting better ever since.


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Posted by Brian (California) on 06/04/2021 1 posts
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Dr. Mercola Recommends Nebulized Peroxide Basics:

I've embraced nebulized peroxide since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out and have received many anecdotal reports from people who have successfully used it, even at more advanced stages.

Based on Brownstein's experience, I now also recommend adding iodine when nebulizing, as it appears to make it even more effective. Keep in mind that the peroxide needs to be diluted with saline. I recommend diluting it down to 0.1%. Brownstein recommends diluting it to 0.04%. Tom Levy recommends 3% and higher. Ideally, use food grade hydrogen peroxide, as it does not have any harmful stabilizers.

If you pre-dilute to 0.04%, it will stay potent for about three months when kept refrigerated. If you do a 0.1% dilution, it may stay potent a bit longer. If you don't have access to saline, you could make your own by mixing one teaspoon of unprocessed salt (such as Himalayan salt, Celtic salt or Redmond's real salt) into a pint of water. This will give you a 0.9% saline solution, which is about the concentration found in body fluids. Using that saline, you will then dilute the hydrogen peroxide as described in this chart.

Do not mix the peroxide with straight distilled water, as this could potentially cause physiological damage. You need the salt in there. You can, however, make your saline using distilled water. Using small amounts of peroxide, either IV or nebulizer, only has a good clinical effect. I do not see negative effects with it. ~ Dr. David Brownstein

Also, to optimize your benefits, be sure to buy an electric tabletop jet nebulizer. The battery-driven handheld versions simply aren't as effective. As Brownstein points out, in nearly all cases where patients were not getting better, they were using a handheld nebulizer. Once they got a more powerful version that can drive the peroxide deep into the lungs, the treatment started working as it should.

I strongly recommend buying everything you need beforehand so that you can treat yourself or your family at a moment's notice. You don't want to wait days for your order to arrive before starting treatment.


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Posted by Cherie (Camberwell) on 05/20/2021
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Hi,

you seem to know a bit so I'm hoping you can advise.

I had terrible breathing issues that came on suddenly and a month of noises coming from my chest, weird clicks and rales.

I had an appointment at the hospital and they said it's bizarre but my breathing seems fine. ( I recorded my chest as it was waking me out of my sleep and then keeping me awake from worry) This was also continuous and not intermitant.

I started nebulising with HP mixed with saline twice a day and the symptoms disappeared that night and I slept like a baby.

I use it twice a day and tried to cut it down to once a day after 3 weeks but after 2 days, I started to hear my chest again.

I went back to neblising twice a day and the symptoms disappeared again.

I want to know if its safe to do it so often?

Thanks.


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Posted by Savannah (Matching Tye) on 05/07/2021
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Thanks for this information. Searching high & low, for a glass cup (medicine receptacle), for a regular nebulizer. It seems impossible to find. Everything's plastic these days! Did find food-grade hydrogen peroxide at 12% in glass bottles.

Can anyone suggest a glass cup & mouthpiece? Plastic (and latex) causes my skin to break out in itchy, red patches with small blisters. Can't even use vaseline or other petroleum-based products; same rash problems. Despite, taking Septilin, vegan D3&K2, china-free, non-synthetic Vit C & sitopaladi churna, daily and having corona kits on standby, I want to have the peroxide option also. Scared to use plastic products, tho. Sure hope someone can advise me!


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Posted by Mike D. (Naples, FL) on 05/06/2021
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I developed a fever of 102, at the height of the Covid period. Having sleep apnea and a Cpap machine, I added a few ounces of 3% hydrogen peroxide to my distilled water. The fever went away and a subsequent test for Covid was negative. No way to know if I had Covid at the time, but had something....this was my first fever in well over twenty years.


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Posted by qquv (USA) on 04/30/2021
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I have nebulized hydrogen peroxide at the start of flu symptoms, which quickly resolved. I found that a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution worked well and was easily tolerated.

For decades physicians have seen patients benefit from nebulization of hydrogen peroxide for short-term use during viral infection.


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Posted by Prakash (Sunnyvale, Ca) on 04/30/2021
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3% Food Grade H202 Nebulizer inhalation works for Covid infection.

Mild Chest CT Scan infection with 100.8 fever was gone with 4 ten min nebulizer sessions of 3% H202 without any dilution.


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Posted by Sophie (Porttown ) on 04/26/2021
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I watched Dr. Mercola's video demo. He used 3/4 teaspoon food grade 12% hydrogen peroxide and 1 teaspoon sea salt and one pint of H20 (one pint is 16 ounces which is 2 cups). I live in a place that has clean water that is fluoride free. I boil the water for 12 minutes to sterilize it. I let it cool and then add the salt and HP then nebulize the sinuses and lungs.


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Posted by Love (Kentucky) on 04/08/2021
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I couldn't breathe one night... I got up and doused my hand with peroxide from the store under my nose, in my ear, and gargled with water... I could breathe instantly. I also bent over and coughed up the mucus, and drink lemon, water, and cayenne pepper. If it was the flu, 5G, or corona (CV19 has never been identified in a lab)... I knocked it out in 10 minutes. It's like an asthma attack. Please don't panic.

I had no physical issues until 5G moved into my neighborhood. Never been sick in 20 years. So...


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Posted by Marsh (Colorado) on 04/05/2021
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I keep 2 nasal spray bottles filled with Bill Munro's HP Therapy. One is always in my travel bag along with a small container to refill. Haven't had a cold, flu, cold sore for 2 years since having pneumonia.

I truly believe the virus was covid as the ER docs said they didn't recognize the virus. I was so sick I couldn't remember what to take or do for myself. By the time the doctor (if you want to call him that) relented to my husband's concern, sepsis had set in. After that, I began keeping a notebook of natural treatments so my family will know what to do for me, and to continue caring for them naturally when I'm not around.


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Posted by Victoria (California) on 04/01/2021
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I use straight 3% - the cheap non food grade type from the drug store in a nebulizer full strength or occasionally diluted with distilled water when starting. I have done so for many years. I have administered the same with my teens since they were little and have had no problems. Cured the respiratory problems in my home...started it when I had bronchitis for 4 months and was about to get a COPD diagnosis (I have never smoked.) That bronchitis strain put my mom in the ICU and almost killed her. The nebulized H2O2 killed my bronchitis in 3 days after starting! Since then I use it for all respiratory and viral infections. I've read the nebulizing is a systemic mode of action so it may be beneficial for issues beyond the respiratory system. Since my remarkable recovery, my whole extended family uses nebulizers with H2O2 when they get respiratory bugs.


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Posted by NANCY (TX) on 01/27/2021
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Conrad, thanks so much for your informative info.

I've used HP for years in a small sprayer with a bit of distilled water and spray my mouth a few times a day, some days more some less. I use the drugstore kind and haven't had any bad side effects. I'm going to try your method as my lungs are a bit congested presently. I appreciate your sharing! Blessings to you!



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