Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method by Bill Munro

Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by R (NC) on 05/10/2006
5 out of 5 stars

Thanks so much for providing all of this invaluable info! I just started using the inhalation method of H202 (I put it in a pump atomizer instead of the nose spray container), as well as the cayenne pepper gargle for a sore throat. Both seem to be working well but I was wondering about adding some hydrogen peroxide to my neti-pot/ sinus-cleanse. Any thoughts on that and if so, what ratio of 3% H202 to water. Also, should the salt be omitted when using the H202? Thanks in advance for any info. Keep up the great remedies and healing work!

EC: See what others have written about H202 sinus infection cures here. A few people have written in about this combination for sinus infections.


Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Gabi (Tweed Shire, Nsw Australia) on 09/27/2010

As far as getting dilutions right, 35% is 10 and a half times stronger than 3%, so you can add 10 and a half times more water to it and it will be now a 3% solution. So 10 and a half teaspoons of water mixed with one teaspoon of 35% HP makes it into 3% HP. If you want larger quantities, use cups instead, just stick to the 10 and a half parts, whatever the size, of water to 1 part of 35% HP. I think the maths is right..... Anyone ?


Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Zsaqwe (Brownsville, Texas) on 09/28/2010

I read somewhere exactly what you are saying. One drop of 35% food grade peroxide is equal to 10 and 1/2 drops 3%Hydrogen Peroxide form the pharmacy. So if you want to dilute the 35% to 3% you add 10 and 1/2 of water. One tsp of 35% food grade 10 and 1/2 tsp of distilled water makes a 3% food grade peroxide. For one cup of 35% food grade you will need 10 and 1/2 cups of distilled water... And so on.. I think you are right.


Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Maxine (Havana, Ar) on 11/03/2010

The simplest way to make a 3% is use, 1 cup 35% to 11 cups of distilled water. That is 1 part 35 percent to ll parts water in any measurement will make 3 percent it is a ratio. Just make sure the water and peroxide are measured in same size container.


Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Ana (Mexico) on 11/23/2010

One part 35% food grade H2o2 and 11 parts of distiled water will give you the 3% H2o2. I've been using it for months orally, inhaled in the ears, etc. I love it have not gotten the flu in months and am feeling more and more energetic, though energy levels have come back gradually.


Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Robert (Czech Republic) on 03/06/2006
5 out of 5 stars

I also got the sore throat and extreme fatigue the past 2 weeks. Last Friday I started to inhale the peroxide -- 6 pumps every 2 hours. Within 36 hours I was all better.


Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Jonna (LA, CA) on 02/09/2006
5 out of 5 stars

I have been struggling to get over the flu for the past 6 weeks. I have had a recurring sore throat, but mainly I have been unusually exhausted! I tried everything on your flu page! Nothing helped: vitamin C, zinc, apple cider vinegar, garlic, oregano oil. Finally went to the doc and he prescribed antibiotics (sometimes helps with a virus). Did not do a thing! Anyway, came across Bill's recommendation to inhale peroxide. I have put peroxide in my ear for years (didn't help this time), but never inhaled it. Figured it couldn't hurt! Started to inhale the peroxide, per Bill's instructions and it's now been 36 hours. I am not yet back to 100% but feel so much better! I have tons of energy. When I feel a wave of fatigue hit (the virus trying to come back?), I take more peroxide and the tiredness goes away immediately. Interesting stuff!