Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method by Bill Munro

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Posted by John (Pioneer, CA, United States) on 04/24/2009
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Hi Brett. I just read your question regarding Peroxide, and I hope my response proves insightful. I just quit smoking cigarettes about two weeks ago. I have been inhaling peroxide since, and there are absolutely no negative side-effects for me. It's important to know that the origin of these faulty claims about H202 typically come from drug companies. After all, if you're not sick, then who's gonna buy their drugs. Peroxide is essentially water with an extra oxygen molecule. It is perfectly safe in the human body in low concentrations. In fact, even the breast milk you were nursed on as a baby (colostrum) has a high concentration of it. Your own blood cells produce H202 to fight off harmful viruses and infections. That being said CAUTION, be sure that you only use 3% solution when inhaling. Also, check the bottle thoroughly to be sure that it's not "Stabilized" with chemicals such as zinc. If the only inactive ingredient is purified water you should be alright.

Bill is used to taking this stuff on a daily basis. I've found that a single dose daily keeps me energetic, and (I think) able to last longer on my jogs. I hope that I have been of help Brett, because as far as I'm concerned everyone should be using this stuff.


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Posted by Peggy (Atoka, Tennessee) on 02/21/2009
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John, I had a similar reaction when I started this in October of 08. I have been battling Histoplasmosis for 7 years. My first reaction was to stop but I actually had tried everything else . I believe I read somewhere that the HPO can cause a die off ( in other words it is killing off infection, bacteria, fungus etc.) I added plenty of water and also the ACV and baking soda mixture as stated. I haven't tried the borax as of yet but I am I just have been reluctant. I can tell you this... It worked wonders for me... I also cut back a little bit on the HPO until I was feeling better. I did it every other day instead. I love this sight ... it has changed my life and I thank everyone's input. I hope you find relief too!


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Posted by Joyce (Joelton, Tn) on 11/01/2008 509 posts
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I am an exsmoker (quit about 44 years ago) and experienced no problem with inhalation of H202.

EC: We called Bill Munro a couple of days ago to ask if he had ever heard of this. He said no one has ever contacted him in the past 13 years reporting side effects from 3% hydrogen peroxide inhalation. If there are side effects, he says, they must be mixing it with something else like colloidal silver. From his research prior to discovering the h202 inhalation method, Bill discovered that colloidal silver was never stable enough to inhale.


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Posted by Nancy (Buffalo, WY, USA) on 10/28/2008
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I've been a smoker for many years and am trying to quit. I have been reading about the HP Inhalation on this wonderful site, and was quite excited to try it, and started it last night. I have to say with only 3 puffs, I could breathe better than I have in a long time! But..I did come upon some information which concerns me greatly and would like to share with you all in hopes of some knowledgable feedback.

[Smokers and individuals who have used prescription and nonprescription drugs delivered into the lungs are well advised to seriously reconsider H2O2 inhalation therapy. Upon entering the lungs, the oxidation reaction dislodges and delivers some substances directly into the bloodstream. In the case of smokers, this results in a possible extreme nicotine overdose that can cause heart failure.]

The above excerpt is on this page:
http://www.silvermedicine.org/h2o2.html

Any thoughts on this? Ted? anyone?

Thank you

EC: Better to read the entire section from that website:

http://www.silvermedicine.org/h2o2.html

"ALL CAUTION must be used when considering using H2O2 combined with colloidal silver ( and H2O2 in general ) delivered directly into the lungs. The danger lies in the commonly held belief that few adverse effects are possible. This conclusion has been drawn based on the fact that many people use dilutions as high as 3% hydrogen peroxide with no ill effects.

However, certain conditions in the lungs can cause extremely harmful and potentially lethal reactions. Furthermore, less noticeable reactions are possible that have long term implications on health.

Smokers and individuals who have used prescription and nonprescription drugs delivered into the lungs are well advised to seriously reconsider H2O2 inhalation therapy. Upon entering the lungs, the oxidation reaction dislodges and delivers some substances directly into the bloodstream. In the case of smokers, this results in a possible extreme nicotine overdose that can cause heart failure.

It is unknown if this reaction occurs in the same manner with other contaminants such as harmful dusts and pollutants normally not adsorbed through the lungs into the bloodstream. However, it is evident that cell permeability is altered, and therefore all caution must be employed as a matter of life and death.

Furthermore, certain anaerobic bacterial conditions in the lungs can also spark an intensified H2O2 reaction causing possible extreme damage to lung tissues themselves. Again, the danger is that these conditions ( not currently qualified ) are not prevalent, and it is easy for one to be lulled into false sense of safety, thereby putting others at uniformed risk.


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Posted by Joe (Wedgeport Nova Scotia , Canada) on 02/20/2008
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I was getting phumonia two or three times a year and that eventually turned into a disease called copd.Severe bronchitis so off to the doctor AGAIN and they sell me more and more drugs AGAIN puffers and machines with mists and nose sprays and no cure just slowly dying not much of a life until one day on the computer I see your hydrogen peroxide page and can't believe something like this thats been around for a hundred years or more could possible work but would try about anything at this time so started spraying 3% hydrogen peroxide in my mouth and within two days started spitting up stuff you only see in horror movies and within a week and a half I was a different person altogether I could breath again and my lungs were clear something I haven't seen for many years. I haven't felt this good in years thank-you soooo very much for this information and please keep up the fantastic work Your friend for life Joe


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Posted by Everett (Arlington, TX) on 01/14/2008
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Hydrogen Peroxide 3%. It has worked for me in terms of breathing much, much better. Today marks one month of use at about 7 times per day with 5 pumps each time. I am extrmely thankful to God, Mr. Munros's testimony and this site for publishing it. I still produce mucous but much less and it does not seem to affect my lungs-I can breathe! At the start it did burn a little but not much and now it does not. Thanks.

EC: Thanks, Everett. Can you tell us what condition you are treating with H202 inhalation -- emphysema or asthma?


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Posted by Brenda (Springville, TN) on 02/21/2007
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Hydrogen peroxide-- Hallelujah! I have chronic bronchitis and I always have to use a inhaler. Half the time it doesn't help. Tonight I found your site and hallelujah again! I immediately dumped out a Nasacort bottle added 3% HP and inhaled 2 shots. Instantly I felt my lungs open up! Took a second shot and now I can breathe all the way down my lungs! I'm so excited! Wait til I tell my mom! She can't breathe either and my sister, she has sinus problems! Thank you Thank you thank you! And all this for free! no more inhalers for me, heck I might even fire my doctor! Hallelujah! Use my name anytime! Brenda Kreitz, Springville,Tennessee



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