Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method by Bill Munro

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Posted by Stephanie ([email protected], Georgia) on 07/15/2010
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I had heard of ingesting H2O2 in the past when a co-worker was doing it. We noticed her skin looked reat and asked what she was using and she replied "drinking peroxide" everyone instantly came alert in shock and then she started to explain. I then did a little research but could never find specific directions on dosage. I ran across this page while researching another topic. I have never been diagnosed with asthma but have all the symptoms and have used the albuterol inhalers and the advair and the horrible disgusting P.M... From the local drugstore, that stuff should be banned! But when you can't breath and you have no insurance, doctor or rx you will take whatever you can get! I have also had pneamonia and hospitalized to have fluid drained from my left lung (2 liters, then they had to go in and scrape out the rest). I got a cold that turned bronchitis and then went down into my chest. I had to work so ignored it and even had to sleep sitting up because the pain was too bad if I tried to lay back. This was in 2003.

I wanted to reply to this post because of the mention of burning. I followed the directions above, checked to make sure my H2O2 was not standardized and poured into the nasal spray bottle. I was too scared at first but I used your turmeric to cure boils, MRSA, Staph with GREAT success so I trusted the info and how could so many people be wrong. I tried one mist and didn't inhale so it just went all in the back of my throat and made it feel scratchy, I went back re-read the instructions but was way too scared to pump it so many times! I did one mist while taking a big inhale, I held my breath for a sec, wasn't sure about that part so I did it like the inhaler instructs. I waited to see what was going to happen, still scared, I felt a burning in my chest, not bad but there and enough to keep me scared. I 'think' I also felt a bit of a rush and a kind of pressure behind my face, very subtle, still unsure. At any rate I figured it was just the stuff working but then I read another couple had inhaled the fumes from the bottle because they didn't have the sprayer, that didn't seem so scary to me so I did that by taking about 5 or 6 deep long breaths from the bottle. I felt. . . strange, something but nothing at the same time, again I had a little bit of burning and that scared feeling. See I was so afraid of it I may have exagerated the experience in my mind so please keep that in mind while reading this. I decided to double check the entire label one more time to be sure it didn't say standardized somewhere and sure enough it did! ! ! Well that really freaked me out so I looked up the MSDS sheet of that manufacturer by typing in MSDS Manufacturer Name H2O2 and it brought up the PDF file as the first result, I didn't read the entire sheet, just the first aid section on inhaling it and all it said was to move to fresh air and call poison control. Well I was in fresh air and felt ok so I just came back to the site to see if anyone described what it feels like when you do it?

Is there any pain, tingling, discomfort? No one has mentioned that except in this post. I also think more stress needs to be put on making sure it is NOT STANDARDIZED and possibly explain what and where to look to find out. I had no clue, I figured it would be on the front label but it was not. I did read the back label but evidently not carefully enough! I am scared to look at the chemicals used in mine. Now I have to wait until I can go pick up the right kind of H2O2 to try this remedy, I am hoping to reap multiple health benefits, Bills skin is AMAZING! Why hasn't anyone mentioned that? Also the co-worker mentioned she had always suffered with allergies. She said since she had been on the H2O2 she had not had one flare up! Thanks soooo much for this excellent resource!


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Posted by RonALD (Vail, Az) on 03/04/2009
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REF: IDIOPATHIC PULMONARY FIBROSIS

DEAR BILL, MY HUSBAND HAS BEEN TAKEN THE YOUR INHALATION METHOD 7 SESSIONS, 2 DAYS IN A ROW , AND EXPERIENCED ON THE THIRD DAY ALOT OF COUGHING UP OF FROTHY WHITE SUBSTANCE, AND SOME SOLID MUCUS "LIGHT GREEN".

QUESTION # 1 DID MY HUSBAND INHALE TOO MUCH SOON?

{FOR HE COUGHED UP 100 TIMES ON THE 1ST DAY
50 TIMES ON THE SECOND DAY, AND APPPOX. 25 TIMES ON THE 3RD DAY.

HE HAS NOT USED THE INHALER SINCE THE 2ND DAY. WE ARE ON DAY 3 OF THE COUGHING UP WITHOUT ANY INHALATION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE.

QUESTION # 2. IS THIS CONSIDERED NORMAL RESULTS . WOULD THE NUMBER OF TIMES THAT HE HAS COUGHED UP OVER THAT TIME PERIOD BE AVERAGE?