Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method by Bill Munro

Posted by My Personal Action (Wilmington, DE) on 08/08/2022
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Here is my protocol - with anything respiratory or sinus related. Look up Dr. Brownstein - he developed this protocol in the 90's……I use it and haven't gotten sick -

You Need:

1. A desktop nebulizer with a nose and mouth mask

2. 3 ml normal saline solution

3. Two drops of 2% Lugol's Iodine

4. One drop of 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide.

Always keep these items on hand - nebulize as needed!

Posted by Rebecca (Traralgon, Victoria) on 08/04/2022
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My mum & I both used a nebuliser with HP solution when we had covid, it has a mask covering our mouth&nose. No worries with it. I found that the vapour rising up from the mask would aggravate my eyes so would sit with my eyes closed or use my hand to deflect vapour away from eyes.

Posted by Ellen (USA) on 02/20/2021
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I see many questions about 'nebulizers'.

Here's what my research showed; I also contacted Dr Clark's Store and asked questions (below):



Use a nebulizer:

A nebulizer is a device that turns liquid solutions into vapors for inhalation. Compounds can be used in a nebulizer to help localize the delivery of the treatment to the lungs during times of respiratory distress, unlike an oral treatment that first has to go through the digestive tract before it can be delivered to the organs. Nebulize 3 ml of a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution and 1 drop of Lugol's iodine every 1-2 hours throughout the day at the first sign of respiratory distress. Nebulizers are readily available online. Follow the manufacturer's operating instructions as models can differ.



I saw Dr Clark's nebulizer instructions (below). Are these instructions for 'this particular' nebulizer? Also, do I add any other liquid to the dose below and is 3% 'food grade' peroxide is ok to use,? Thank you.

INSTRUCTIONS: Nebulize 3 ml of a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution and 1 drop of Lugol's iodine every 1-2 hours throughout the day at the first sign of respiratory distress.


Response: Hi: Thank you for contacting us! Yes the directions you received are for this particular nebulizer, and you will only add the hydrogen peroxide and lugols iodine to the dose and Yes, 3% food grade peroxide will be okay to use for the nebulizer. If you have any further questions plesae let us know!

Kind Regards, Priscilla Customer Service Representative

ALSO...here's the dilution formula for 35% peroxide: 11oz Distilled Water : 1oz 35% Food Grade Peroxide = 3% solution

Posted by Jean B. (Old Glory, Texas) on 07/13/2020
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In response to an old post in the asthma section inquiring if anyone had used peroxide in a nebulier:

Yes, I tried nebulizing 3% hydrogen peroxide because I had a cough that would not go away (no help from doctors), and it was getting worse by the month. I tried many other things via nebulizer but nothing worked until I used OTC regular hydrogen peroxide in an Omron Micro Air nebulizer (palm sized, silent, battery operated).

I took a deep breath and spent the next two minutes trying to catch my breath. I realized caution was in need so took more shallow breaths and finally deeper breaths. That cough went away and never came back! I now use 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide available from Swanson Vitamins.