Hydrogen Peroxide
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Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy: Benefits and Side Effects

Asthma
Posted by Ashley (Chattanooga, Tn) on 11/18/2009
5 out of 5 stars

In response to your post, I also have asthma. I developed it over a period of a few months and had to deal with changing my lifestyle. I was 20 yrs. old and a runner who could no longer breathe. Walking up a flight of stairs made me wheeze and cough until I was red faced and struggling. After surgery on my sinuses, several medications and steroids, I was no better and my doctors were puzzzled. I finally read about H202 and I also tried it in my nebulizer. I did a 50/50 mixture with regular store bought peroxide (as this is actually safer because food grade is very strong), and after two days of using this mixture, I could breathe, run, and smell unlike I could before. (I also suffer sever allergies that take away my sense of smell.) One week later I went for a check-up with my asthma specialist and my lung function had improved from 64% to 92%!!! I was not surprised though because I felt the changes. I still have to keep up with treating myself with H202 or else my symptoms begin to come back, but I am healthier and happier than before. H202 gave me back my life.


Asthma
Posted by Susan (Inland Empire, Ca) on 04/09/2009
5 out of 5 stars

My 10yr old son who wheezes with breathing in cold air had an attack and seemed to worsen as the day progressed. Labored breathing with wheezing sounds scary. I already had a nebulizer machine in the house from years past using albuterol mixtures. I placed about 1/3 cup of water in a separate container and one drop of 35% food grade H202. Stirred it and then filled to capacity the nebulizer holding cup. After about 20 minutes he seemed to breath alot easier but not 100% to normal. He slept for an hour then was able to get up and guess what? No heavy breathing! A little wheezing but not as much as before. I was hesitant to try the H2O2 as so many precautions and warnings. I'm glad I only put one drop into a separate container with more water. One drop in the nebulizer cup (about 2 tablespoons capacity) would have been way too much.