Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Guide: Bill Munro Method

Posted by Cherie (Camberwell, London) on 05/02/2021


I'm having similar issues. First started nebulising with 2.5ml of saline to 10 drops of 3 percent HP about 5 days ago for lung issues and had an immediate amazing result. However, today I woke up with a tight chest and a cough. Also, every time I've nebulized today, I've started sneezing. Not sure how it's gone from amazing to feeling rubbish today. Can anyone advise?


Posted by Darren (London, UK) on 03/02/2015

Hello there. I really need some advice/Help. I have for a long time been suffering from asthma. After a long time researching online about hydrogen poroxcide 3% ( food grade) having great result when inhaled using a nasal spray bottle, I then decided to give it a go.

i used 3% HP ( food grade) from a good supplier. I inhaled one puff in the morning and one puff later in the day.

At first I felt I could breath better but that evening when I got home from work I found my breathing was tighter than normal. This was 3 days ago and it's no better. I haven't used HP since.

I'm really scared that I've damaged my lungs even more. Is this normal? Was the dose right? ( all the info on line says it is) or is it just a reactiion that will pass?

My lungs don't feel sore, just tight.. Please help. many thanks Darren x

Posted by Quint (Wales, Uk) on 01/24/2012

Hi. I am similar to yourself. I tried the HP (food grade) 3% and watered it down a little with medical purified water to see how I reacted. So far, I have had four puffs once a day over two days. Since this, I have not stopped producing clear phlegm that I am having to cough up and my asthma seems to be aggravated.

Do I continue? Is this normal for some people? Should I cut out the extra water and just do the 3%? I would be grateful for any advice please, because at the moment, I don't fancy carrying on, but I see so many benefits from others testimonials.
Many thanks