Natural Remedies for COPD

Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method  

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Posted by Jenny (London, UK) on 01/15/2013
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I will be turning 80 this year and have used the peroxide inhalation method since I read about it three years ago or so. I have never experienced any side effects. I have lung issues as well and use the method when I am catching a flu.


Replied by Carolyn
Carrollton, Tx
01/01/2014

Look up Know the Cause with Doug Kaufman. Tpically fungus/molds are involved. Simple case might resolve with peroxide alone, but if you carry a heavy load of fungus, or living in a moldy environment, you won't see the results you want.

Posted by Maggie (Orlando, Fl, USA) on 01/01/2013 5 posts
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I posted two years ago, when I began inhaling H2O2 for COPD. I had been terribly sick for over 15 years and was suffering for nearly six months of the year with chronic bronchitis and pneumonia.

I started with Bill Munro's inhalation method and I am now using between 3 and 5 ccs of .5% (1/2 %) food grade hydrogen peroxide (diluted with distilled water) daily via nebulizer. I have had only two short episodes of bronchitis in two years (and no other illnesses at all)!

I am not a healthcare practitioner, but have been doing exhausting amounts of research and have found a lot of important info I would like to share.

1. You should always use food-grade H2O2 when possible and it should only be diluted with distilled water. (care should be taken when diluting, it is caustic at anything over 3% and WILL burn you). If food grade is not accessible or you don't trust yourself, use the stabilized type (brown bottle), but know that it has additives that can affect you negatively. I used the stabilized type for about a year with no adverse effects and Bill Munro has been using it forever.

2. The food-grade is more potent than the stabilized even at the same diltuion. The dilution I have used (and recommended to hundreds of people) is:

3% stabilized or 2% food-grade for mist inhalation and for anything topical (ears, cuts, etc.).

1% stabilized or .5% food-grade for nebulizer treatments.

3. Many people would like to take H2O2 internally for almost any ailment. I believe it will cure ANYTHING! However, you should know that it is not as simple as putting a few drops in water. There are many foods and meds that interact with H2O2 and you can get quite sick. In "The One-Minute Cure" by Madison Cavanaugh, there is a great chart with dosages and recommendations for detoxing, etc. You can also read about what foods, medicines, etc. to avoid.

4. Speaking of books on the subject, "Hydrogen Peroxide Medical Miracle" by William Campbell Douglass is also a wealth of info. I have also recently downloaded a free Kindle book "Hydrogen Peroxide Miracle Healers From the Kitchen" by Sharon Daniels. It is a short e-book. It appears that this author has condensed other author's info into a quick read. It doesn't really give specifics on how to use H2O2, but it's great for some very interesting facts.

I hope that this info can be posted for others, so that they can take advantage of this amazing and inexpensive cure for almost any ailment out there.

Be well, Maggie


Posted by Raymond (La, California) on 11/20/2012

Currently using Bronchiodilaters / fast acting meds with no real relief for COPD / ASTHMA. Tried H2O2 Nebulizer previously but discontinued because Physician said he knew nothing about procedure and would not recommend it! Currently not getting any relief from prescribed meds!

I am willing to try H2O2 via nebulizer, however; due I use current prescribed meds with H2O2 nebulizer or should I discontinue while trying peroxide treatment? I am slightly confused because none of your feedback addresses the issues of current meds and recommended peroxide via nebulizer treatments! Any assistance / information would be greatly appreciated!

Replied by Patrick
Montreal, Quebec
01/14/2013

Can a 75 year old woman use this, she has COPD? She is having trouble breathing and can't talk for very long, her mask is not helping her that great so would this be safe for her? Please help me as soon as possible. Thank you and God Bless. Patrick


Posted by Ann From Alabama (Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Usa) on 10/18/2012
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I began 2 weeks ago nebulizing 35% Hydrogen Peroxide. I am amazed at the results. I have tried every prescripition drug available for asthma and COPD available in the US. The side effects were so horrible, I was unable to continue treatment. I finally decided that I had nothing too lose so I decided to try the Peroxide treatment. Here is what I did. Just to mention I only did this twice a day for two weeks. On Oct 17 and 18 2012, I have not used the nebulizer at all. I am totally amazed, no wheezing, coughing, or heavy chest. I sleep comfortably throughout the night, something I have not done in over 8 months. I have a nebulizer that was prescribed by my doctor, but I also have information on purchasing one without a prescription, but more on that later.

Here's what I did. In a glass measuring cup pour one ounce of 35% food grade Hydrogen Peroxide, then pour into a sterile glass jar. I used a canning jar that I sterilized in boiling water. Then I measured 11 ounces of purified water to the peroxide and mixed well with a plastic spoon. Put into refrigerator. To nebulizer add 1 ml peroxide solution and 1-1/2 ml purified water, shake gently to combine. I breathed this for one to 2 minutes two times per day with amazing results. In severe copd cases you may nebulize more often.

I have been doing more extensive research on alternative treatments for COPD and found that nebulizing buffered L-Gluthathione has been proven as an effective treatment for COPD. L-Gluthathione is a very potent anti inflammatory and antioxidant. The liposomal form is best for inhalation. I am going to try this next.

I will stay in touch as I test and try new treatments for COPD


Posted by Siorapwil (Porthmadog, Gwynedd) on 03/16/2012
5 out of 5 stars

Ref: COPD - 74 years old

I started drinking H/P - H202 just over one week ago so far I feel good with no problems or side effects, I bring up copious amount of mucus, and even though I need oxygen at times I cope well without it so far.

I must point out, never take Hydrogen Peroxide at full strength of 35% - always dilute. In my case, I use 200ml distilled water to 3 drops 35% 3 times a day and increase as per protocol.

Please read as much as you can on Hydrogen Peroxide before you start taking it scroll down the latest post and you find the protocol of use.

let me know your progress.

George.D.Murray


Posted by Richard (Wagoner, Oklahoma) on 02/18/2012
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COPD Hydrogen Peroxide letter

Last fall 2011, I started to use the peroxide medication regime and have had the subsequent events took place:

I was on an oxegenator 24/7 constantly hooked up and running.

Oxygen bottles were used whenever I needed to go to the store. I required help going to the store, could not bring in groceries myself.

It was not possible to walk from the back of my house to the front without getting winded. No work could be done at all. Laundry, cleaning, bed making, showering, and all walking was a real problem. Occasionally I would overdo and it ended in a full blown pulmonary episode, sometimes so severe my bladder would void unstoppably. I wanted to die when that happened. This is no way to live, I prayed to die or if I was not to die yet then to heal me. In response to my prayer He began to quicken my thoughts to investigate natural remedies, eventually I found this website and read about the use of hydrogen peroxide.

I have not used the oxegenator in over five months. My pure oxygen requirements went from eight small bottles a month to less than two. I'm still careful but I now can do my own gardening and lawn mowing on the lawn tractor. I don't need any other meds other than the two capsules that are taken everyday in an inhaler. I can go for days at a time without even using the nebulizer with the 3% hydrogen peroxide mixture.

I drive and shop unassisted. If you have COPD try this. It worked for me! And don't forget that God is in charge and guides you every moment.

rich


Posted by Christy (Indianapolis, In) on 09/24/2011

Hi Panel,

I was going through this site looking for natural remedies regarding copd... My mother is 70 and has had this for decades and of course getting worse... She is NOT now nor was in the past a smoker. I read through some of the many comments and am a bit confused... The hydrogen peroxide method is this used for smokers only?

She is a skeptic toward anything natural or going against what is prescribed... The only other meds she is on if for arthritis and the advair for copd... I would like some updated help from anyone who has tried and been successful for a while using a natural remedy who doesn't have nicotine buildup...

Does anyone or has anyone used hydrogen peroxide for copd that is not a smoker, or anyone who can help? I would be grateful for the information... As you all know the web is full of information and misinformation and it's people like you who have tried these methods yourself that help the rest of us along in the right direction... We cannot rely on the medical community when it comes to our health, they are too eager to put us on prescription meds, pat us on the heads and send us home.... Thanks again for any feedback. Christy

Replied by Sistertongue
The Boonies, Usa
03/01/2012
1 out of 5 stars

Warning

It is important to understand that COPD is COPD, no matter the origin, though smokers will have additional difficulties to deal with. H202 is used also by many, many healthy people for its benefits. It circulates more oxygen in the body and is beneficial to everyone. Nebulizing is particularly helpful for those with respiratory compromises as it cleanses and oxygenates at the lung tissue level.

One other poster noted that H202 should be avoided with certain other supplements. Important to read about heavy metals in relationship to h202 as this can be very dangerous. For instance, with iron. If you think about it, oxygen rusts iron and other metals. If you have a heavy metal load in your body, h202 can be dangerous to take and best to detox from the heavy metals FIRST.


Posted by Barbara (Leicester, United Kingdom) on 07/08/2011
5 out of 5 stars

Hi I have COPD and last year I took H2o2 orally you wouldnt believe the differance it made even after a week I couldnt go upstairs without having to sit and wait to get me breath back I would wake up in the morning not even moved out of bed and couldnt breathe I stopped taking it last november and im getting poorly again so I have just ordered myself some more I am going to start taking it again it really helps....


Posted by Janetlee (Panama City, Fl, Usa) on 06/04/2011
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I've had my mom who has COPD (I believe so b/c she has ALL the symptoms, but won't go to a doctor-several years ago she went to a general MD and was told she has bronchial asthma-she doesn't have attacks where she has to use an inhaler). Anyway, for the past week or so, I've had her using a nebulizer to do the H202 therapy. She was unable to tolerate the Bill Munro method. I have her mixture in the nebulizer at 1 part H202 to 3 parts water. She does the nebulizer about 4x a day and only does it for about a minute or two at a time. She says that she is willing to continue this treatment for a little while so as to give it a fair chance. Hower, she also says that it seems to make her chest feel heavy and thus she feels worse... She's not to a point where she can't go do things, but does get quite shortwinded and coughs up phlegm. She's also doing the Mucolyxir and himilayan salt inhalation which have definitely helped her. So I guess what I'm asking is does anyone have any feedback for me? I'd really appreciate it! Thanks!

janetlee


Posted by Alvina (Eagle Creek, Oregon) on 01/05/2011
5 out of 5 stars

For COPD, I put 1/4 cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide in 1/2 gallon of distilled water in my vaporizor and inhale through the mouth 10 times twice a day and a few times through the nose also. I was in pretty bad shape a few months ago but now I'm able to do so much more without losing my ability to breath.

For months I also took 1/4 t. of celery seed (a natural diaretic), tea made with 1/4 t. Lobelia, 1 t. of Mullein and 1 t. Hyssop twice a day.

I also started taking MSM and cayenne pepper, which I still do. I don't need the tea anymore. I have to limit my intake of dairy and mold and pollen is still a challenge, but being 90% better is great.


Posted by Maggie (North Attleborough, Massachusetts) on 12/28/2010 5 posts
5 out of 5 stars

Hydrogen Peroxide inhalation for COPD

Hello, My name is Maggie and I live in Massachusetts. I am writing because I finally decided to take a chance on inhaling hydrogen peroxide for my COPD. I have been sick every Winter since I was 26 (16 years). I have tried diet change, steroids, antibiotics, supplements (with some success) and every other alternative offered to me. I have used your website for other ailments, but thought this was a little crazy. However, I have been using this method for 3 weeks and have NEVER felt this good in the Winter. I have also stopped using my rescue inhaler (down from 6-7 times a day) and am not taking any medications. I will be personally sending an email to Bill Munro, who is now my hero. Just when I finally began to accept that I was going to be another statistic (surviving as many Winters as I could handle until my disease did me in, as it did my father), a miracle falls into my lap! I will do this treatment for the rest of my life and I will recommend it to EVERYONE who ever complains to me of bronchitis, asthma, or any other form of COPD. Thank you Earth Clinic and thank you Bill Munroe for giving me a chance to live my life, instead of biding my time!!!

Replied by Amanda
London, England
10/12/2015

Hi Moggie, how lovely to hear your story, such an inspiration and a good lady to share and care bless you. I've been devastated by my diagnosis and you have givin me joy. Much love xxxxx


Posted by Joan (Brooklyn, New York) on 08/01/2010
5 out of 5 stars

I have emphysema. I get tested every 6 months to check the oxygen in my lungs.. Before I inhaled 3% peroxide my test prove my COPD was getting worse... But this time, after inhaling peroxide for three weeks my lungs have greatly improved. My pulmonologist was impressed at the technician's report that he tested me on difficult state of the art machines that measure the capacity of air in each test and he indeed reported much better than the previous three years.

I didn't tell her what I was doing. I was afraid she would try and stop me... Joan

Replied by Jgp
Industry, Pa Usa
08/15/2010

Joan from NY; what concentrations are you using? Thanks jgp pa


Posted by Dixie (Lake City, Florida) on 11/04/2009
4 out of 5 stars

We need to keep this alive. I just found this site. I used 35%food grade HP for the schedule and it gave me more energy and then stupid me slacked off. I need to go back to it. Anyway I have COPD and lately I can barely walk to the bathroom because I can't breathe from long time smoking, so I have been reading this. I tried Bill's method of putting 3%HP in a pump bottle undiluted. Then I put 3mg in my nebulizer and it's kinda strong so guess you can cut it with water. Now I'm using 35% food grade 1 drop per 2oz distilled water and then putting 3mg in nebulizer. Cheaper then using an oxygen tank I think and did give me instant relief so guess I'm going to do this about every two hrs and see how it goes then I probably will start the schedule back over which is 3 drops three x's a day then increasing one drop every day until you get to 25 drops then you taper back down to only using 5 drops per week


Posted by George (Bedford, Tx) on 10/15/2009
5 out of 5 stars

Someone asked about doses and how to administer Hydrogen Peroxide for COPD. I can only tell about my experience and cannot make any recommendations to anyone else. I use it primarily in am Sleep Apnea mask [PAP]. I use a solution strength of about 20%. That is 1/4 cup H2O2 to 1 cup of Distilled water. I breath it all night and if my lungs feel a little irritated I add another half cup water to make it about 15%.

I also use my nebulizer one or two times a day and there I use a 50% strength for about 3 min.

I believe I am killing all the bacteria, mold and fungus in my lungs as I don't have any more coughing or mucus since the first day I tried H2O2.

My Pulmonologist, Cardiologist, and my Gen Practitioner are all amazed at my improvement. None of them have ever heard of inhaling H2O2 before.


Posted by George (Bedford, Tx) on 08/04/2009
5 out of 5 stars

After living with COPD for several years my condition recently got worst to the point that I could barely manage simple chores like taking out the garbage. 2 wks ago my Pulmonary Doctor told me to use Oxygen 24/7 and to use an Albuterol inhaler twice a day and as needed for emergencies.

A few days later I had a serious incident from trying to climb some stairs,and almost passed out. The next day I had another incident from a minor exertion. I believe that an angel must have directed me to the earthclinic web site because I found the Hydrogen Peroxide treatment there. I am lucky enough to have a better system to administer the Hydrogen Peroxide than using asquirt bottle. I have a machine for my Sleep Apnea where I sleep with a mask that covers my nose and mouth and the machine provides positive air pressure to keep my wind pipe open. The machine also has a water tank of about 6 oz to keep the air moisturized.

I began my treatment with standard drug store 3% Hydrogen Peroxide, and dialuted it 50/50 with filtered water. I braethed that mixture for 8 hours that night and in the morning my lungs were clear. I didn't have the usual coughing fit to clear my lungs of mucus. The next night I used a 30% mixture instead of 50% and the results were just as good. I stopped using my hand held inhalers entierly. I again cut the dose down to 20% and still had the great results.

On the 10th day I awoke with so much energy that I changed the bed sheets, vacuumed the floor and cleaned the bath room. 2 weeks before this I could barely walk across the room.

The Peroxide treatment is a blessing to me.

Replied by Jody
Tyler, Tx
09/04/2009

George, I am happy that you've had such good results with the h202. I had previously tried Bill Munro's method of inhaling while spraying from a nasal spray bottle. I was already sick at the time and that method caused a deal of irritation in my lungs--perhaps the spray droplets were too large, don't know. Anyway, I ended up in hospital...I was also trying to nebulize some colloidal silver----desperate to get rid of the infection.

I'm currently at the stage of copd where one infection follows on the heels of the last one.

I'm a bit afraid to try the h202...do you think it would be ok to use some in my nebulizer and if so should I also have the albuterol in there or just h202 and water? I also have an oxygen concentrator with a moisturizer bottle on it...not sure of the measure..looks like about 8 0z...would that be a good way to inhale it?

Thanks for any help you might give me.



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