Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method for COPD


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Carolyn (Missouri) on 12/26/2018
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I am in the early stages of COPD, but never extremely short of breath, until one day, I went upstairs and was out of breath. At first, I thought it was from being idle from arthritis, but instead of getting any better from numerous trips up the stairs, it's actually gotten worse. I had started Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda for the pain (and it helps) but the SOB still as bad. I started inhaling Peroxide a couple of weeks ago and I can't tell any difference at all. When out of breath, if I try to take a deep breath, it causes me to cough and now I'm getting sick at my stomach when I do that. I am wondering if I am inhaling wrong or am I so bad it's only going to take longer than I had hoped. I have thought about low iron, I have had all my life and I ordered some Blackstrap Molasses. There isn't a decent health food store near me, I don't have access to much except thru the internet. Does anyone know anything else I need to do and with what?
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Robbie (Nc) on 03/15/2018
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Not sure you will even get this message after so long. I tried the drops. Got up to 11 & could not breathe. Was I supposed to have diluted the 35% down to 3%? I also tried inhaling it & had a hard time breathing. That I did dilute to 3%. Now I am thinking of nebulizing. I just got a machine. Can you give me any advice? THANKS
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Kevin (Nova Scotia) on 03/24/2016
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I had asthma since the late 80's...Mainly used Symbicort 200...

In regards to taking Hydrogen Peroxide, I made the bad mistake of using it from the 3% at my local drug store which contains bad solvents and used that for my Asthma in my nebulizer machine a few years ago...After a couple of weeks, I could hardly walk and have been on my machine and taking Steroids daily ever since...I have been on antibiotics several times in the last year and as soon as they wear off, I'm feeling bad again...I now think I have COPD...So don't use DRUG store stuff...Make sure it's food grade...I'm a 61 year old male in Canada, thanks.

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