Hydrogen Peroxide
Natural Remedies

Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy: Benefits and Side Effects

Yeast Infections

2 User Reviews
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Posted by Megan (VA) on 06/13/2006
5 out of 5 stars

I tried this product for yeast infection, I used the plastic tube that the vaginal creme comes with and filled it with hydrogen peroxide and put inside the vaginal areas for a couple of days. It worked like a charm. Also used it for a severe vaginal itch, (careful!! it may burn !! but not for long) all I know is the itching was gone.

Replied by Silviu1
(Timisoara, Timis, Romania)
02/13/2011

I want to now if tuberculosis is a anaerob or aerob bacteria. TB is cured with peroxide?

Replied by Kurt
(Knoxville, Tn)
09/27/2011

Where can I find the info about how much to take and how often and when? I have come to understand about getting the 35% h202.

thanks, Kurt

Replied by Danielle
(St Louis, Mo)
10/23/2012

Kurt, Another member posted this: H2O2 amounts taken: Begin first day with ONE DROP H2O2 in 8 oz. PURE WATER. Second day: two drops H2O2. Third day: three drops H2O2... And so on until you reach 10 drops per day. Now, if the taste is too bad, split the HP drops into 5 in the morning, and 5 in the evening--near bed time. Work back taking 10 drops twice a day, THEN split it into THIRDS, AND begin taking 7 drops THREE times a day, or whatever you can handle. Slowly work back up to taking 10 drops THREE times a day. Don't go much higher than that, or you might want to stay at 7 drops, three times a day. Let your body determine your amount.

ALSO, do NOT drink any H2O2 water 45 minutes BEFORE OR AFTER EATING A MEAL OR TAKING SUPPLIMENTS! You may throw up (vomit.)

** They also went on to explain that supplements may be needed to counteract any affects this method could have, being taken internally. It suggests Vitamin C - I would research what others should be taken, as I read it breaks down the iron in your body. Also, it states that they purchased their 35% Food Safe HP at their local natural grocer. Check your health food, whole food, and vitamin retailers and they may also sell it in your area.