Staph Infection Remedies

Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Brian ( West Palm Beach, Fl) on 11/19/2018
5 out of 5 stars

I had a horrific staff infection on my chin which spread to my neck and parts of my face. Topical 3% hydrogen peroxide (food grade) followed by topical Neosporin worked miraculously for me.
I tried just about every natural suggestion that I could find both topically and internally including colloidal silver, tumeric, megadosing vitamin C and B3, eating super clean, tea tree oil, coconut oil, magnesium chloride, topical neosporin, and maybe a couple of other things I can't remember. Topical coconut oil soothed the pain and itching but nothing worked and it just kept getting worse.
I had read about hydrogen peroxide but people were saying that it caused scarring so I was reluctant. I was desperate so I mixed 11 parts distilled water to one part 35% hydrogen peroxide and put it on topically. It was excruciatingly painful for about one minute but then after that, there was significant relief. I could almost feel the reversal of the condition immediately. I made the mistake of letting it dry and it became like a hard crust so I soaked it again in peroxide about one hour later and followed it with topical Neosporin to keep it from crusting. I did this four or five times a day, sometimes soaking a cloth in hydrogen peroxide and leaving it on my face for as long as I could handle the pain. In two days, it was completely cleared up with no scarring (possibly from food grade instead of the stuff that has other things added). I hope this helps others.
PS- I tried Neosporin first by itself but it didn't work. Coconut oil seemed to dry out too fast so I chose neosporin for the moisturizer following hydrogen peroxide.