Just wanted to let all who are having a hard time finding that perfect spray bottle to do the H202 inhalation properly. I was having a hard time with this, and came across an herbal throat remedy that I had on hand for my children. I emptied out the contents (almost empty anyways) and this is perfect for the inhalation method - it sprays a fine mist and is intended to be sprayed at the back of your throat. I found this at Whole Foods in Austin, TX but any health food store should carry an herbal throat spray. Hope this helps.
Great Falls, Mt
For those of you who are having trouble finding spray bottles here are a couple of links to some that are available on-line:
I bought some of these on ebay and they arrived in about a week. Here's the auction link:
Also, www.specialtybottle.com has some nice cobalt blue glass spray bottles that spray a fine mist and work well. Here's the link:
Good luck and good health to everybody!
I looked all over for a nasal sprayer without any luck. I then went to the Wall-Mart drug department and purchased a small bottle of Saline nasal spray. I took it home, opened it, and pried the spray tip loose with a knife and pulled it off. I dumped the saline solution and rinsed the bottle out. I then filled it about half full of 3.18% peroxide I'd mixed and replaced the spray tip. I covered the bottle with a piece of thin black plastic to keep the light from going through the plastic spray bottle. (As you know, light and heat affects the strength of hydrogen peroxide) I mixed the solution using 1 oz. 35% food grade hydrogen proxide with 11 oz. of disilled water. This has worked wonderfully well for me. Oh, I keep the extra protion of the solution I've mixed in the refrigerator until I need a refill.
Best of health to everyone. John
Question: Regarding Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Therapy: I have had difficulty finding nasal spray pumps. They are not available at my local Drugstore Chain. No luck with internet search either. I have read many articles on Earthclinic which produced two suggestions: Nasonex (a prescription drug), and Nebulizers (which also requires a prescription). Would it be possible for the readers to suggest which particular Nasal Spray Pumps or Nasal Spray Meds I could buy to get the right Nasal Pump? Thanks to all, and how can we thank Ted enough? Bill in St. Louis
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