Where to Buy Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide

Posted by James (Panama, Panama) on 11/04/2007

Can you help me locate a distributor of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide in the Republic of Panama? I have read a lot of the testimonials and, I would like to try the daily dosage of diluted peroxide. Thanks, James.

South Africa
Posted by Keith (Groblersdal, South Africa) on 12/08/2007

Most water treatment companies in South Africa sell 35% food grade H2O2.

Costa Rica
Posted by Bob Odom (San Jose, Costa Rica) on 02/15/2008

35% food grade peroxide. I was able to find this at a dairy/ice cream company. They use it to clean their equipment. They sent me to a local chemical supply house. I was only able to buy a gallon but it was cheap.

Posted by Gary (Graz, Austria) on 03/20/2008

Does anyone know where any place in Germany or Austria I can purchase the 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide? Thanks you all for your great postings. Gary

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?

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!

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

Food Grade Peroxide
Posted by Billy (Toronto, Ontario) on 06/11/2007

this site is really good for those interested in drinking 35% h202: http://healingtools.tripod.com/H2O2.html

Canada: Nova Scotia
Posted by Margie (Wolfville, Nova Scotia Canada) on 07/12/2007
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Hi Canadians: You can get 35% H2O2 at The Health Basket Health Basket Address: 978 Cole Harbour Road City: Dartmouth Prov / State: NS Postal/Zip Code: B2V 1E7 Phone: (902) 462-3765 Fax: (902) 462-3777

It cost $15. plus $8. shipping here in NS and they are great people I am 65 years old and I had a severe hip injury 6

I am 65 years old and I had a severe hip injury 6 months ago and had great pain in walking and sitting. After taking hot baths with 2 cups of apple cider vinegar at bed time and showering clean then soaking myself in H2O2 I was able to walk and sit like a normal person the very next day. Five days later I am putting in full days back at yoga and water aerobics. I tried full strength essental peppermint oil when I had over done it and went to bed pain free, Margie at Wolfville, Nova Scotia

Posted by D (Manchester, England) on 07/31/2007
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Hello, I am wholly confused by the way I was treated in the pharmacy at the Burnley branch of Asda (Walmart)in the UK when purchasing hydrogen peroxide 6%, which I have bought for years. I can think of only two occasions ever where the pharmacist has asked me what I wanted it for, and they were both at Asda stores in the past two months. The assistant at the Burnley branch asked the pharmacist if she was allowed to sell me two bottles, resulting in the pharmacist asking me what I required it for. After saying that I used it for skin problems and other general uses, the pharmacist told me that no, I could not have two bottles, but I could have one. Am I to take it that my answer affected whether she could sell me two bottles? I enquired into why this is, and was told that people abuse this substance. I replied that if I needed two bottles, I would have to make two visits to the store which is ridiculous, to which her reply was that if I was seen to be buying it regularly, they could stop selling it to me.

Now, what I want to know is - is this the correct procedure for a pharmacist to judge whether I am buying too much of this substance, and to ask me what I intend to use it for? I am offended by such a question if it was to solicit whether I should be sold hydrogen peroxide on the basis of my answer. This puts the seller in the judge and jury position, and I am not prepared to be judged when I am purchasing something. The substance has been a legally saleable item to which there haven't been any restrictions in all the years I have been purchasing it. I have bought it in quantity in the past when I have been colouring my hair, and my friends' hair, even when I was a schoolboy. I like to put about a pint in my bath from time to time, rinse my mouth with it, bleach my teeth and disinfect the kitchen worktops and chopping board with it, even treat the aquarium and garden with it, but judging by tonight's experience in the pharmacy, I won't be able to purchase that amount.

Obviously, this all leads me to ask what are my rights on this issue? Does someone in a pharmacy have the right to judge whether I can buy a product that is on the shelf. If so, I am concerned that where I may be judged 'against', someone else my be judged 'for'. Shouldn't only a judge have those rights? Is this policy a matter of written law in the UK or anywhere else, or an Asda (Walmart) policy?

I emailed someone at Asda and got an away on holiday auto-response - I may have an answer sometime after 13th August 07.

Thanks for any comments.