Where to Buy Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide

USA
Posted by Doug (Fort Collins, Colorado) on 05/03/2008
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I have purchased H2O2 from http://www.dfwx.com/h2o2.htm twice now, and have received my order in four or five days each time.
I have no connection to the company, just a very happy customer.


USA
Posted by Celri (LA, CA) on 04/11/2008
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If you are looking for food grade hydrogen peroxide in the Seattle area, you can go to Green Earth in Renton. They always keep it in stock there!


USA
Posted by Charles (Oceanside, CA) on 03/31/2007
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You can purchase the following items: Hydrogen Peroxide (3%) from Walmart if it is bottled and comes from Aaron Industries, Inc (www.aaronindustriesinc.com), corporate Headquarters in Clinton, SC 29325. Phone: 800-525-2558. Only purified water is added to the hydrogen peroxide. One quart sells in Walmart for $0.94.

Potassium Bicarbonate, pure and kosher, one pound for $9.90 plus postage. Packaged by Green Sense, located in Garland, TX 75041. Phone: 800-864-4445. www.GreenSense.net.

pH test strips (80 count) can be purchased ($8.99 post paid) at www.snyderhealth.com. Click on The Alkaline Shop (right side), then click on pH Test Strips (on the left). These are better than paper, give readings in .25 increments. Charles


USA
Posted by Steven (San Antonio, TX) on 03/16/2007
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Remedy, HepC On the hepc cures page someone asked about a source of food grade h2o2. Ted says he buys large quantities, I found quart size supplier here: http://www.dfwx.com/h2o2.htm

Also a possible treatment combo using h2o2 coloidal silver mentioned here: http://www.silvermedicine.org/h2o2.html also possibly useful on your boils page. Thanks for all you do!


USA
Posted by Soluna (Springfield, MA) on 03/08/2007
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My Quest: To find the best 3% H2o2, Need a chemist & lab I'd like to propose a project to find the purest brand of 3% H2o2 (least toxic) available. I don't know if they are all the same but I'm hoping that some might have less or less toxic stabilizers than others. I would release the results for anyone to publish. The two main reasons for wanting to know this are:

1) Some people will never order the 35% food grade

2) Sometimes 35% is just unavailable. It would be good to know which brand(s) have the least amount of or less harmful stabilizers and preservatives. I'm willing to do the leg/phone work but am looking for:
A) A chemist to speak with so I can better understand which stabilizers are least/most harmful and how to phrase my questions to the manufacturers.
B) Someone to the lab work on any brands that look promising. (Or alternately pay for the lab work.) Anyone interested in joining me on this project?