Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide Benefits

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Posted by Vern (Southern California) on 12/28/2015
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I have been using H2O2 for several years. I put 3% on my tooth brush and then paste and brush regularly, followed by a fresh water rinse. This had cured my bleeding gums and haven't had a cold in the last 4 years.

Have used food grade 35% for killing skin cancers. Here you must be very careful as it burns the cancer. I found that applying, with a Q tip every other day for about 5 - 6 days kills the cancer. In 2 weeks the scar is gone and the skin is normal.

All, have a healthy and happy New year.

Replied by Gina
Great Neck, Ny
07/08/2017

Did you put the full 35% strength food grade hydrogen peroxide on the cancer tumor? And apply with a q-tip? It must really burn so I assume not to put too much on?, please reply if this is correct.


Posted by William (Bartow, Fl) on 12/02/2013

In 2003 of Nov. I was told that I would be dead with in 5 to 6 years. In 2004 I started The Food Grade Peroxide with 10 sprays three times a day. The last spray was about 4:00 pm. If I took it later I was not able to sleep. In 2007 July had a quidtriple bypass and still took the Peroxide with no side effects.

I'm still living and still take it from time to time to keep my system clear. But you need to make up your mind as to what you want to do because being told that I was dying does make a driffence I couldn't lose. Number 1 it made me feel better and I ended up living longer. If you pray, set down and do just that and it may help you to make up your mind.

Tim Sumner: sumnertimm(at)netzero(dot)net. 863-519-5490


Replied by Rob
Manhattan, New York
09/30/2009

10 to 15ml of 35% is a very high amount in 10oz water???! (toxic)
there are roughly 20 drops per ml ....did you mean
10 to 15 drops?

Storing Food Grade Peroxide  

Posted by Lizajane (Id, United States) on 01/04/2014

How long is 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide "good" if stored in the refrigerator?

Replied by Paul
Washington
05/25/2015

Is there an expiration date for 35%HP?


Where to Buy: Australia  

Posted by Norma (Sydney) on 06/22/2015

For Aussies looking for a high quality product. I've been using 35% Hydrogen Peroxide for many years and in 2013 came across a product far superior to other brands. One Step Health in Australia have the best locally produced 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide and it is free of dangerous chemical stabilisers. They have a website www.hydrogenperoxideaustralia.com.au

Replied by Catherine
Sydney, Australia
11/06/2015

I buy mine opposite QVB .... I think the place is called Newingtons....


Where to Buy: Caribbean  

Posted by Chris (Trinidad & Tobago) on 11/14/2014

Where can I find food grade hydrogen peroxide in Trinidad & Tobago. We are an island in the caribbean and I cant find it anywhere

Replied by Wanda
Mo
12/30/2014

i order from Guardian of Eden online. That's Guardian ..not Garden.


Where to Buy: India  

Posted by M (Us) on 04/01/2016

Hi, Can someone please if I can get Food Grade H2O2(35%) in India? and If so where? My dad is suffering from IPF and none of the medications are working for him now.

Please help!

Thanks!

Replied by India
New York
04/03/2016

Go on Ebay.com, they sell it there. I hope your dad gets better.


Where to Buy: Ireland  

Posted by John (Ireland) on 03/01/2017

Why is it I cannot seem to be able to buy 35% hydrogen peroxide in Ireland?


Where to Buy: Norway  

Posted by Anne (Oslo, Norway) on 02/16/2017

Hi - Do you know of any Place in Norway where you can buy Food grade hydrogen peroxide? Thanks, Anne


Where to Buy: Thailand  

Posted by Elaine (Thailand ) on 09/27/2015

Hi,

Does anyone know where I can buy Food grade hydrogen peroxide in Thailand? Or know of a company who will ship there!

thanks


Where to Buy: UK  

Posted by Bluehubble (London) on 04/04/2018

In the UK you cannot buy 35 percent food grade hydrogen peroxide anymore. Unless you get a license from the home office, which is very involved.

Can anybody tell me does using 12 percent food grade hydrogen peroxide, diluted in distilled water to 3percent work in the same way and is as effective?