Natural Remedies for COPD

Natural Microdose Dna
Posted by Robert (Martinez, Ca) on 05/26/2010
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For those with C.O.P.D. & other respiratory ailments, please check research on 'natural microdose DNA' which is not a product name but a natural substance with research & use for humans & also in the veterinary fields. The price for the product is very reasonable for its effectiveness & is available to all as it is not a drug.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Vicki (New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand) on 05/07/2010

Answer To Bharat From Faridabad. Hi from New Zealand. My father, who is 84 and has had emphysema for over 20 years, has been using some drops that I got for him from a large online supplement supplier in America. I can't say the name of the product on this site, but if you Google "Natural Microdose DNA" you will find info about the product. Dad uses ONE drop FOUR times a day. It isn't very expensive to buy. I think it works by thinning the mucus. Dad has been using it for about six weeks, and it's the first of the MANY "natural" remedies that we've tried that's helped him. Unfortunately he's still using all his puffers at this stage,but the drops have made a huge difference in his comfort level. He is able to go for walks outside and do light chores around the house, which he hasn't been able to do for ages. A big difference is in how long it takes him to recover from breathless episodes. Now, he gets his breath back almost immediately, instead of spending five minutes gasping for air. He's really happy about that!! He has had a peak flow meter for several years now and it has always been around 160 to 170 maximum, but now it averages about 190 and several times has been over 200, which has never happened before. So, while this hasn't been the miracle cure that I have been looking for, it has made a BIG difference to Dad's quality of life, and,at the moment, he is progressing instead of getting worse. Hopefully after he has been using the drops for several months he'll have made further progress. The only negative comment I have to make about the product is that it"s really difficult to get the drops out of the bottle - I have to put it in another bottle for Dad to use. Later on I'm also going to get him some black elderberry (there's an interesting post on here about that), but for now we're seeing how much he improves by using the drops alone. Kind Regards, Vicki.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by George (Bedford, Tx) on 10/15/2009
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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.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by James (Silver Creek, GA) on 06/23/2009
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For the many sufferers from COPD:

1) Get a baseline spirometry test done by an MD,

2) have a CT-scan,

3) have a sputum culture and sensitivity testing for possible pathogens,

4) items #3 and #4 help to rule out more serious complications like bronchiectasis and colonized pseudomonas aeruganosa, which is nearly impossible to eradicate with antibiotics,

5) acetyl L-carnitine 1000 mg. 3x/day has been proven to loosen mucous secretions and helps to promote their elimination (an amino acid available in health food stores).

6) avoid 2nd hand tobacco smoke, campfire smoke and all other lung irritants.

7) Even the most serious infections may be helped by intermittent prescribed nebulized antibiotics (tobramycin and colistin) when necessary. 8) MSM is safe to use in fairly high daily dosages (start with 1 tsp. 3x/day and gradually increase to 1 tbsp 3x/day.

9) Unfortunately, very little research has been done in humans with DMSO for COPD, which should probably help some antibiotics to become effective against MDRAs (multiple drug resistant antibiotics).

10) Nebulized hypertonic saline has also been reported to be beneficial for loosening pulmonary secretions in COPD.

Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Alexandria (Fort Wayne, Indiana) on 08/08/2018

if you are feeling like a heavy rock is on your chest and difficulty just breathing you might be having a reaction to one of the ingredients in your inhaler. I had that same reaction to anoro elipta and also breo and I had to stop using them as they made me feel like I was suffocating.


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Steve (Cleveland, Ohio) on 12/17/2013

I have started on a product that is NOT colloidal silver but is a nano tech silver solution. I have had COPD for 13 years and at 38 my lung age was 96. Since I have been nebulizing 1 tsp 2x a day the tightness has started to go away. I suggest you give it a try.

Grapefruit Tea
Posted by Peter (Chicago) on 10/31/2021

Would it be easier to use an Instant Pot pressure cooker and set it for one hour to make this remedy?


Grapefruit Tea
Posted by Kathleen (Mississippi) on 11/12/2021

Hi -

Did you mean to say this is a 'cure' for COPD, or rather something to help with the symptoms? COPD stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. It is progressive, and includes things like chronic Bronchitis, and Emphysema, which involves damage to the lungs. It may or may not be due to smoking. It is diagnosed with an extensive Pulmonary Lung Function Test, as well as other diagnostic tools, like CT scans, blood tests, etc. If this tea is a 'cure', it would be truly a miracle. None has been found, to date. I can imagine this grapefruit tea may help with some symptoms of a flare up, and I will give it a try!


Grapefruit Tea
Posted by Michael D (North Carolina) on 07/09/2022

Insomnia? Sounds like a magnesium deficiency. Do twice the recommended daily allowance, and you should see the results quickly. If diarrhea occurs, back it off to a normal daily dose for your weight.


Grapefruit Tea
Posted by BevilNC (NC) on 11/14/2021

I have been fortunate to not deal with CHF personally however there is someone else with some amazing results to share. Are you familiar with Janet Thome's blog?

https://hypothyroidmom.com/86-year-old-mans-congestive-heart-failure-resolved-with-thyroid-treatment/


Grapefruit Tea
Posted by BevilNC (NC) on 11/16/2021

ORH, I certainly hope the information helps. I found it interesting that his CHF seemed to be linked to an undiagnosed hypothyroid issue and that was the key to resolving it. Apparently, his thyroid blood tests appeared in the "normal" range...but as we know a lot of these lab tests are not worth the paper they are printed on. Magnesium is a great example...because your body will pull magnesium from organs to regulate blood levels the blood tests never show a deficiency even when a severe one exists. The Nature-Throid web site has a search engine to find Doctors near you that prescribe it.


Grapefruit Tea
Posted by BevilNC (NC) on 11/29/2021

Daphne, it is my understanding that all citrus fruit has some level of Quinine in it but grapefruit pith has the highest. The quinine is part of what gives grapefruit its bitterness. I believe pomellos are sweeter so it may have less in it.


Barometric Pressure and COPD
Posted by Cid (Tucson) on 12/07/2021

My wife & I retired to the high desert 30 minutes from Tucson 3 years ago instead of Texas hill country. The main reason we did this is because of the humidity difference. I can even tell a difference from Ca and it wasn't as brutal as Texas or even the midwest or east coast.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Janet (In) on 12/27/2018

Carolyn

I am thinking you have mold. Mold illness.

Arthritis and breathing issues, worsening of symptoms. I would consider that mold at least contributes to the issues.

The easiest way to check is Petrie dishes. They are opened near, pipes drains or windows. Then allowed to grow. You can have them analyzed or check online there are pictures to compare the results to. Or you can have a mold test done professionally with a meter. This takes some research. You want experienced and a reputable company.

In the short term. You might experiment with Ted's mold remedy from page 6 under mold heading. It is my go to page for any mold issues.

https://ted.earthclinic.com/cures/mold.html

I use h2o2 remedy for virus or colds it works. For mold issues it is limited.

Teds borax remedies are helpful to make the borax saturated solution. Bath soaks.

Things that help with stairs. Teds ammonia spray.

Co q10

Topical magnesium oil on chest and back

A eucalyptus rub. 2 drops of essential oil in a small container of lotion. Mixed well. Applied to chest.

Deirdre's video for colloidal silver in cold mist vaporizer.

1000 mg of beta glucan reduced in water, 3x a day

3 or 7 mushroom blend.

Minerals deplete, or seem to when you encounter mold. It is nearly instantly. The worst, selenium yeast (selenium), sodium molybdate (molybdenum). once those two are low then recovery becomes 2x as hard.

These are my observations, with using Ted's remedies as a solve. I think many of us are diagnosed without any thought to cause.

Janet


Plantain Leaf
Posted by Mama To Many (Tn) on 04/23/2018

Dear Jenny,

Thank you for sharing this! I love plantain but have never tried it for lung issues.

I admire your perseverance. Often when someone says, "It didn't work for me" they only tried it for a short time. Here it took nearly a month of faithful use for it to help you.

I will definitely tuck this away for future use!

~Mama to Many~


MSM
Posted by Timh (Ky) on 12/12/2017 2077 posts

Sara: Try doing some mild buffering like drinking a cup of water with 1 spoon of Baking Soda. Drink sugar free Lemon & water to help buffer and stimulate digestion & elimination.

Take Vit-C with MSM for best results as they work synergistically.


Infusions of Prolastin
Posted by Robert (Reading, Pa) on 09/05/2017
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Type in your computer "non smoker diagnosed with emphysema " It will give you information about " Alpha - 1 antitrypsin deficiency " or just check on google. There is no cure but infusions of prolastin can slow its progress dramatically, especially if you catch it early. Many Pulmonologists, amazingly, are unaware of this genetic condition. Let me know if this helps.


Pine Bark Extract
Posted by Timh (Ky) on 08/22/2017 2077 posts

Thanks for the info Art. This is evidence of the free-radical, cell-protecting power of Pine Bark Extract. I have used PBE in the past but my choice usually goes to the more affordable Grapeseed Extract.

More on antioxidants for Lungs. Also in the same family as PBE & GSE, is Hawthorn Berry, which as in my experience, reveals specificity to heart & lung whereas the others appear more a whole body antioxidant.

So, I would recommend combining Hawthorn Berry with the PBE or GSE for best results.


Check Indoor Air Quality
Posted by Timh (Ky) on 08/14/2017 2077 posts
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For those who are not having success with COPD remedies:

Looks like you need to back up and try preventing any possible causes to your copd like bad indoor air. Additional air purification will help. I use a neg ion/ozone unit purchased from EBay in addition to a Honeywell HEPA Type.

Dehumidifier
Posted by Mama To Many (Tn) on 07/06/2017

Dear Maureen,

This is wonderful! I am so happy you have found this solution.

It makes me think about people who move to desert areas to improve their health. Perhaps a similar cure, but you didn't have to move. Just use a dehumidifier. I will be tucking this possible simple solution away for future.

Thank you.

~Mama to Many~


DMSO
Posted by Marion (Prattville, Alabama) on 02/19/2017

Can you post what brand of DMSO you bought?


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Selena (Somewhere In Tx) on 10/31/2016

Regarding plain 'ol 3% hydrogen peroxide /chain store brands-simply read the labels and only purchase the brand that is only hydrogen peroxide and water with no additives.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Selena (Somewhere In Tx) on 10/31/2016

Hydrogen peroxide/ H2O2 releases oxygen and has properties to help clear up infections.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Gabbysue (Haltom City, Texas) on 01/31/2016

I posted on 02/15 a warning about using h2o2 too aggressively for copd. I waited a year before trying it again. I used the Bill Munro method as well as in nebulizer. I nebulized about 3 mins about 3 times a day. I used nasal sprayer in throat about every 4 hours, 10 sprays. Three days later...Same as before. Oxygen level dropped rapidly. Albuterol in nebulizer did nothing. Blacked out before ambulance got here. Woke up 3 1/2 days later on a ventilator.

They tried for 3 days to get me to breath on my own. Needless to say it really put a scare in my family. I am 56 yr and smoked for over 30 yrs. I had such high hopes for the h2o2 use because I think I read ALL the testimonials. Of coarse when I first mentioned this to my pulmonary doctor he said "why would you want to put bleach in your body". I believed the folks on EC anyway. The only thing I can think of is that I did loosen up tar or whatever else smoking put on my lungs. I will still take advice as to what to do. I am happy for the ones it has helped.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile , Tn) on 01/31/2016

HI U GABBY, , , , , , , , , , , have counseled two smoker folks and yep they also coughed up black stuff and had bad thoughts about me. They both slowed down the process and got better. I can't tell you to start again, but I would encourage folks in deep stuff to do this very slowly. It took you a lifetime to get in this condition so don't rush it.

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Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Tiffiany (Wasilla ) on 08/20/2021

Dilute it down- 35% will burn your lungs, your nose, or any tissue it touches.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by MissM (New York) on 06/26/2021

I used it during long haul Covid recovery. I purchased a nasal salt spray from Walmart, emptied saline solution, cleaned the bottle with water and alcohol, then added FOOD a grade 3 percent into the bottle. MUST BE 3 percent!!!!

Then you spray into the back of the throat with an inhale. Helped me.

Slight taste, just rinse mouth with water or have a drink of sorts.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Thehandyman1947 (Ohio) on 01/19/2014
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A few suggestions for COPD in response to Patti's post from 1/18/2014 regarding DMSO and Colloidal Silver

  • MSM is made form DMSO, MSM taken with vit C build new cells in the body, should be taken every 12 hours to get even cell growth, add chicken collagen 2 for elastin, NAC, N-Acetyl Cysteine to help rebuild lungs.
  • VIT C -1000 mg
  • MSM -1000mg
  • NAC -600mg
  • chicken collagen 2, these items can be purchased from vitacost.com

chicken collagen 2 sold as hyaluronic acid item #nsi 3002115 you may also consider taking magnesium up to 1000mg per day, magnesium is very important most people are deficient, but too much can make you run for a bathroom,

The colloidal silver is good, it kills pathogens.


DMSO
Posted by Michael (Meredith, US) on 11/01/2014

You can get a $10 air brush from harbor freight, put this on any air source ( tank, etc, ), and it will be a great nebulizer.


Supplements
Posted by Vcn (Phx, Az, Us) on 01/15/2013
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COPD is a chronic inflammatory disease. Therefore getting the inflammatory mediator (leukotriene) under control will be vital in helping to control it as well as dilating bronchial tubes.

Some antioxidants are capable of doing this but conventional ones (vitamins C & E) may not be sufficient enough. Pycnogenol (antioxidant) was reported to improve pulmonary functions in asthma patients & dramatically lowered their need for inhalers. (Amounts taken are based on severity of condition). It tends to have quicker effect if it was supported by other antioxidants, (primary from the cyanidin groups).

Another thing to consider.... Respiratory disorders may be associated with cartilage degeneration which is also common with older people. Cartilage contains lots of water, type II collagen, hyaluronic acid, chondroitin sulfate -- all which tend to deficient in older people as well.

Unfortunately, we stop producing hyaline cartilage, (the type found in the air tubes) during our teen years which cannot be replaced. However, in adults, when cartilage gets damaged or degenerates, it can be replaced with another type (fibrocartilage). From what I've learned, this can be done in a number of ways with glucosamine sulfate and glucosamine hydrochloride (properly proportioned), without chondroitin, supported by pycnogenol or vitamin c to help build collagen and hyaluronic acid to maintain hydration.

The very best luck and blessings to all!


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Greg (Bristol, UK) on 09/09/2012
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I am trying to find out whether inhaled H202 (through a pump spray or nebulizer) mainly benefits COPD sufferers with mucous/phlegm problems or whether H202 delivers a generally beneficial effect. This is because I have moderate/serious COPD and have no apparent phlegm problems (at least I don't cough anything up) : I have been inhaling 3% H202 (reduced from 35% FG ) for some weeks with minimal effects.

Could people reply with a brief message saying if they inhale H202 with a pump spray or nebulizer, whether they have phlegm problems and the effect?


DMSO, MSM
Posted by Chris (Atlanta, Ga) on 05/07/2012

Reply to William: You are not taking anywhere near enough MSM. I take 10 grams at least twice a day. This is 10,000 milligrams twice a day. At least. You need to get some powder. It is bitter, but just pour one mouthful in a glass and mix the msm in it.


DMSO, MSM
Posted by Dave (Fountain Inn, SC) on 12/09/2012

Hello Megg, I use 10 drops of DMSO to 30 drops of colloidal silver. The silver kills the infection and the DMSO dissolves the tar.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Alvina (Eagle Creek, Oregon) on 01/05/2011
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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.


Serrapeptase, Breathing
Posted by Livia (The Woodlands, Tx) on 11/18/2010
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For COPD, I wanted to mention a couple of other possibly useful aids: one is serrapeptase, which is a supplement that dissolves fibrotic lesions in the body. Some folks with copd'ers are breathing more easily since using that. Be careful if you tend to bleed easily, though, or are taking a blood thinner.

The other idea is to find a breathing technique that works for you. Life Lift and Bodyflex are two funny-looking ones that can help a lot. Fine for most people, unless you have high blood pressure or glaucoma, (or are pregnant, which I'm thinking doesn't apply to you). I've seen a demo of the bodyflex breath on youtube before. The life lift version is slower and gentler (the bodyflex founder learned it from the life lift lady, actually. )

Basically, you gently blow all the air out of your lungs through your mouth, as if blowing through a tube... A martial arts article explained that there are multiple benefits to doing it this way, btw... Then a big inhale through the nose (smile to open up your nostrils to their widest), hold a second or three, then blast the air out, and pop your lips as you say "Paaaaaaaah. " It isn't vocalized, it's just air. Then you hold your breath and suck in your gut as if rolling up your abs. In fact, there is a yoga move like this. Hold your breath. With practice, you will feel the suction as you do it, and when you release the air and hear a sucky sound. Hold as long as you feel comfortable holding your breath, but you don't need to go longer than a count of eight or so, and repeat. Fifteen minutes a day should dramatically help oxygenation and lung flexibility. If you have contraindications for that sort of breathing, then incorporating any gentler, intentional breathing exercises into your day should be a must on your daily to-do list.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Alain (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) on 04/30/2010

Answer to Bharat from Faridabad

With H2O2 we have to go slowly. If 18 drops is too much because of detox effect, just reduce it to a comfortable level. Than increase only after a while. You don't have to go as fast as a chart. Those charts are just guidelines.

The max recommended concentration for internal use is 0.5%. But even 1/10 of it can help. There are also other ways, like Baths with H2O2 and Epsom salt, or Bill Munro's inhalation method. People react differently to different concentration. When too much just reduce.

I posted something here with a lot of info.

Good Luck, Alain


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Alain (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) on 05/07/2010

Sorry, I cannot answer satisfactorily to your quesstion, because I am not at all familiar with the test you are talking about. But I did some quick searches and I have a few thoughts I would like to share with you.

First, you did not explained how the oxygen was taken externally. Was is peroxyde? And how? To get back to my previous post about dosages. Consider that 18 drops of FG h2o2 in a glass of water is not the same for a man of 40Kg as for a man of 80Kg or 120Kg. I suspect that your father is very weak and has digestion problems. So, maybe the 18 drops is even more demanding because of his weakness. H2O2 will create detox symptoms. So it is good to have something to improve the elimination of the liberated toxins. Those "toxins" are not from the h2o2 but from the body trying to get rid of them by being helped with the h2o2.

So, it might be better that food are any supplements be taken in smaller portions but more often. Something that might help greatly is the taking of pro-biotics on a daily basis. The more I read about pro-biotic bacteria for the colon the more I thing it is a vital element in helping in the recovery to any illness.

If you read EC pages on COPD and do a search on the web you will find that many have been helped by DMSO, and MSM. First, DMSO is very closed chemically to MSM. MSM can be obtained naturally from food. But can be easily destroyed by processing foods. MSM is better utilized by the body if taken with glucosamine sulfate and the chondroitin sulfate. MSM is a compound with sulfur as so are the two other sulfates. It has been shown that magnesium and magnesium sulfate can help asthma. Here we go again with a sulfate.

There is an easy and cheap way to get magnesium and sulfur in the form of sulfate. It is with Epsom salt (Magnesium sulfate). It is cheap and easy to buy in North America. I don't know about your part of the country. Two ways I know how to benefit from Epsom Salt (ES). Internally and from baths. Internally, a pinched of ES with meals or beverages. Coincidentally, a bath of ES can be enhanced and alkalizing with some h2o2. Here is a good link about such baths http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1614147#i

Magnesium will also help the liver and kidneys in digesting proteins.

So, IMO you should have a multi-facet approach. Improvement of digestion, improvement of nutrition. Smaller portion but more frequent. Supplementation of MSM and or magnesium sulfate. Alkalizing baths. So much can be said about alkalizing.

I could have put a lot more in the form of supporting links and text extracts that would better help what I said above. Health can be restored but it will take time. A simple advice-Stop doing what makes us sick and start what makes us healthy.

Good luck, Alain


Yerba Sante
Posted by Lisa (Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa) on 04/20/2010
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I would consider looking at yerba santa which is an herb that can help with lungs- it helps open up the bronchials, an effective remedy for allergies and asthma and can get rid of phlegm. I met a man over the weekend that said yerba santa actually saved his life. He himself is an herbalist and is quite knowledgeable in that area. I know a very high quality company that has herbal tinctures. It is called herbpharm which if you google it you can probably find it. I always look for the highest quality sources of whatever I am looking for so if someone recommends a company they are familiar with and know of the source and quality, I will take the advice.

I just googled it and apparently vitaminshoppe carries it which is a national chain so perhaps there's one by you. I find they are very reasonably priced and less than health food stores. Also, I have bought their brand of various items as the woman in our store is extremely knowledgeable and has told me that their brands are made by very high sources- some by well-known very expensive companies.

Anyway, I just thought I'd pass this info on. Be hopeful and work towards living...
The best to you, Lisa

Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Dixie (Lake City, Florida) on 11/04/2009
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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


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Dee (Dayton, Ohio) on 04/30/2009
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Better But With Side Effects

i have copd & on 2 inhalers & one powered inhaler. first 2 every 6 hrs as needed ,the third 2 xs a day. was 49 when informed of this, am 54 now& this treatment is not working. have a couple air purifers in home to clean air but this really brings little comfort. my dr. says there is no cure for this but we can control it to some point. but i can"t seem to settle for this answer when i am finding it harder to breath sometimes the pressure in my chest so bad i am gaspping just to take a breath. feels like a heavy rock laying on my chest.

then i started to do reseach on h2o2 therapy. using 35%food grade hydrogen peroxide. dosage schedule for undiluted 35% h2o2 first day 3 drops, 3 times a day .. second day 4 drops, 3 times a day ... increasing each day by two drops until you get up to 25 drops, 3x per day x 25 drops= 75 drops.at your peak for 1 / 3 weeks ... then you start to reduce the dosage like 25 drops every other day, 4 times a week ...25 drops every third day for 2 weeks .... to 25 drops every 4 days for 3 weeks. DO NOT stop taking it if you feel sick until you complete the program because this sickness is due to the toxics in your body that are being destroyed by the h2o2..... boy i must be full of toxins cause i feel sick to my stomack but i really can inhale/ exhale much easier. i am trying to do this to the end but i can only get up to 25 drops 2 x s per day for 2 more days & i will start to back down. have i done this all wrong?

Eliminate Mold
Posted by Nicole (Chicago, IL) on 03/30/2008
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I wanted to say that if people have extremely chronic respiratory or nervous conditions, they ought to find out if they are living or working in a moldy building. Nothing cures that but getting out or fixing the problem in the house!

Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
Posted by Joe (Wedgeport Nova Scotia , Canada) on 02/20/2008
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I was getting phumonia two or three times a year and that eventually turned into a disease called copd.Severe bronchitis so off to the doctor AGAIN and they sell me more and more drugs AGAIN puffers and machines with mists and nose sprays and no cure just slowly dying not much of a life until one day on the computer I see your hydrogen peroxide page and can't believe something like this thats been around for a hundred years or more could possible work but would try about anything at this time so started spraying 3% hydrogen peroxide in my mouth and within two days started spitting up stuff you only see in horror movies and within a week and a half I was a different person altogether I could breath again and my lungs were clear something I haven't seen for many years. I haven't felt this good in years thank-you soooo very much for this information and please keep up the fantastic work Your friend for life Joe



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