Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method by Bill Munro

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Posted by Tom (Boise, Id) on 08/07/2009
5 out of 5 stars

My wife has had breathing problems for years (the dr`s say it is from smoking... not true, it has bubbles in the phlem they pop when you crush them.) I gave her mouth to mouth as her lungs were stuck together and she was suffocating and could not keep from passing out. As she exhaled I breathed some of her air in to my lungs . I have this now, I wheeze when I sleep and have become very tired. I also cough very hard, three times of taking antibiotics has not stopped it. I tried your hp by inhaling the fumes from a bottle by placing on my lips because I had no spray bottle. It is also mixed with iodine as I can smell it. It stopped the coughing & phlem in less than 18 hours. I and my wife are heavy smokers. It increased my lungs capacity's to process air. I have recovered lots of the energy I did not know I had lost. Today is the second day after trying this. Yesterday I could do more reps of the exercises than before. Hydrogen peroxide works amazingly well, I am impressed. There is no storm today, so we will buy the real thing. Hydrogen peroxide and a nasal spray bottle. I and my wife are feeling much better lots of energy. I would like to thank all the people here for you information. This will get rid of this virus of that, I have no fear. Thanks a lot to you all.

Replied by Judith
Nampa, Idaho
08/03/2010

To Tom from Boise, ID- Have you found a source locally to purchase the 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide? I live in Nampa and would like to give it a try. My email is judithcoo[at] gmail.com. Thanks for any help you can give me.


Posted by Molleur (Palm Bay, Florida) on 06/03/2009
5 out of 5 stars

Well it's been almost two full weeks since I began H2O2 inhalation therapy. I have been breathing easier, especially in the evenings while sleeping. Some aches & pains from old injuries have subsided a bit. I am a one pack a day smoker. No side effects at all from the inhalations. 5-6 times a day, 5 or 6 pumps each. I am occasionally cough up some phlem and attribute it to some cleansing of my lungs. No problems at all. Seem to be more alert too, especially in the mornings upon waking.


Posted by David (Elverta, CA) on 04/29/2009
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

I tried the hydrogen peroxide inhalation remedy. i was having a lingering bronchitis. i feel like it did help, although i did have a nebulizer with essential oils and a few other things other things i was doing.

i want to warn people about the hydrogen peroxide. a few weeks into doing a spray every 2 hours. i noticed a white patch of hair on my chin. i am 24 years old. i have light brown hair. and this patch is WHITE. its about the size of a pea, but the hairs are very white. and it has remained for months now. I think this has to do with the hydrogen peroxide because i just read an article stating that HYDROGEN PEROXIDE MAKES YOUR HAIR GO GRAY. http://www.lifeagingand.com/life/hydrogen-peroxide-makes-hair-go-gray/

Replied by Jerry
Springville, Al.
05/18/2010

The person that said his chin hairs turned white should keep the HP from spraying on his chin.

Replied by Self
Ny
12/13/2010

Taking at least 1,000 mg vitamin C (sodium ascorbate) may be able to protect this. H2O2 neutralizes vitamin C and a vitamin D deficiency can cause hair color loss.

Replied by Dave In Ozz
Melbourne, Australia
10/29/2011

Nobody heard of peroxide blonde, people used to use it as cheap form of hair colour, I. E. Blonde, although it was actually more of a yellow, think it was 6% but no longer on the market, not in ozz anyway. While I'm here would just like to thank everybody involved in this excellent site & the input of all the caring sincere people, it is a mine of information, thanks again... Dave in Ozz


Posted by Aleph1 (London, UK) on 04/18/2009

Regarding: Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation

It is worth bearing in mind that recent research has discovered that of the 4000 chemicals found in cigarette smoke, it hydrogen peroxide that actually causes cancerous changes in lung cells.

http://www.bio-medicine.org/medicine-news-1/Scientists-Find-Cancer-Culprits-in-Cigarette-Smoke-13028-1/

In the future, this may mean safer cigarettes, which have the hydrogen peroxide removed.

But research like this should make you a little more cautious about inhaling hydrogen peroxide.

By contrast, it has been recently shown that hydrogen peroxide used in teeth whiteners is completely safe, and does not cause mouth cancer.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/11/061116122158.htm

I often brush my teeth with 3% hydrogen peroxide, so this is good news. This gives you beautifully white teeth after doing for a month.

As for the internal use of hydrogen peroxide, I have seen no research to say that it is either safe or dangerous, so this something of an unknown.

I have taken hydrogen peroxide internally myself, just a couple of drops of food grade 35% in a large glass of water, and this did clear a long standing infection I had. However, I am not sure that I would like to take hydrogen peroxide on a continual basis.

Replied by Anthony
Durban, Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa
11/08/2009

My wife (62) and I (61) have been taking H2O2 since 1998. I brush my teeth every third day with a 50ml distilled water and 20 drops 35% food grade H2O2.

We both orally drink 25ml with 10 drops 35% FG H2O2 each in the morning half an hour before we have our coffee. Oxygen gives life.

Replied by Dirk
Vredenburg, South Africa
11/17/2009

Hi Anthony from Durban,

Where do you buy 35% H2O2? I've tried several shops and they tell me the foodstuff one is not available in South Africa. Even phoned the manufactured of the other H2O2 products and they confirm that it's not available in SA.

EC: Hi Dirk,

Did you see the posts in this section? http://www.earthclinic.com/remedies/hydrogen_peroxide_where_to_buy2.html#SOUTHAFRICA

Replied by Sandra
Clarksburg, Wv
12/26/2009

This is for Aleph from London, UK.

I have read your comment and the story you put the link to on hydrogen peroxide in cigarettes causing cancer. There are 4000 additives in ciagarettes and you believe they did a research proving Hydrogen peroxide is the culprit in causing cancer for smokers? If you said yourself you took H2O2 internally and it cleared up a long standing infection, why would you think it would cause cancer? Have you Seen the list of additives in cigarettes? Have you seen the list of what peroxide can help do with the human body? Please be very careful on any so called research studies you read..there is a reason why people are being scared away from using peroxide. It cannot create cancer in our bodies, our bodies make hydrogen peroxide every day.

Replied by Robert
California, USA
06/10/2010

Let's remember that there are different grades of HP. The food grade is safe for consumption (in small %). I'm guessing the one used in cigarettes are different grade which has additional chemicals added to it which makes it dangerous.

Replied by Scott
Revelstoke, B.c.
07/01/2010

You're very right Sandra, in the U.K they have used hydrogen peroxide for many yrs until the drug companies hammered it. But funny they still use honey for ulcers. Honey turns to hydrogen peroxide when it meets skin, carrot and cranberry juice are rich in it. With that, if hydrogen peroxide did cause cancer, we would have to stay away from rain water, veggies and fruits.

Replied by Redcairo
Miami, Ok
11/20/2011

There are other research studies which indicate, for example, that 'animal' protein causes cancer while 'plant' protein does not, but if you look at the study or read the writing of a researcher in the field who does, you see it's basically bad-science if not outright fraud. In many cases, the reason AP did and PP didn't, is because the PP was not complete in animo acids; and when the AP did, it's because the animals in the study lived long enough to develop symptoms of the poison they were also being given; all the others were already goners! In the last couple decades especially, pharma companies have realized that funding a small research study to find a specific desired/presented result (sometimes even when the presented result is, when you read the article vs. The abstract, the *opposite* of what was found! ), and then promoting that with a press release, is like millions of dollars worth of free advertising, in every form of media, plus it's got the air of scientific authority. Science has become a marketing outlet. Unless you study it a good deal, or follow the writings of people you come to respect as understanding the larger situations, it's best to consider everything you hear/read reference to with a gigantic grain of salt. Particularly when it starts telling you that natural, healthy elements that nature or even the body itself makes (e. g. cholesterol, h202) are 'deadly' (you'd better buy some drugs to save you! ).

I've lost tons of weight and cured tons of symptoms by pretty much taking nearly everything the official government and health agencies recommend and doing the opposite. Diet of grains? Nix. Avoid Cholesterol? It's not just for breakfast anymore. ;-) You get the idea. Be skeptical (even of me! ) if you haven't really researched something yourself.

Best - PJ

Replied by John
Swindon, England
06/04/2012

Hi PJ (and All) Please please read "the china study" - buy or search for the PDF ;-) It's written by one of the lead researchers of our time, compiling over a 1000 studies (very large scale some of them - hence he title) - Summary Animal protein bad, plant good - If you 'wouldn't' kill it and eat it raw (while still warm) then we probably shouldn't eat it - just because we can doesn't mean we should. Also the "80-10-10 diet" is another great read. Live long.

Sally_oh
Kentucky
02/21/2016

The China Study has been thoroughly debunked by pretty much everybody (except the US government which is also coming around):

  • Chris Masterjohn's article with rebuttals from all parties: http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/China-Study.html
  • Denise Minger: http://www.westonaprice.org/health-topics/abcs-of-nutrition/the-china-study-myth/
  • Denise's blog: rawfoodsos.com/2010/07/07/the-china-study-fact-or-fallac/
  • Chris' thumbs down book review: http://www.westonaprice.org/book-reviews/the-china-study-by-t-colin-campbell/

Sally


Posted by Jacob (Lincoln, NE) on 04/16/2009

Hi all, I myself have the same concerns as Brett. Is there any smokers out there that can give there feedbakc on there experience on inhaling hydrogen peroxide and also the dosage that you use and any other side effects. Thanks So Much.

Replied by Julie
Western Australia
06/17/2014

I bought a nasal sprayer today, and plan to start inhaling tomorrow.

I have emphysema, caused by smoking for many, many years. To all who are still smoking (why?) I can recommend Tabex tablets. Google tabextablets - $30AUD. They made it unbelievably easy, so I told my son. He also quit with no problems.

Having tried just about every other method, I was amazed at how easy it was. What made me cross was finding out they have been available for 40 years, and I never heard of them!

They are made in Bulgaria, and I definitely have no connection to them. Just wanted to pass on the info.


Posted by Brett (Dallas, TX) on 03/30/2009

Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation and smoking:

I have been reading through many different forums on the internet and find wanrning sbout HP inhalation and smoking. I have also been trying to quit and have heard that after 72 nicotine is completely out of your system. My concern is, that using the inhalation method will break up all the nicotine and it will get into the blood stream and cause heart failure. how true is this and is there anyone out there that smokes and uses this method. I really want to start using HP inhalation cause of my congestion and shortness of breath but i am concerned about the side effects of smoking.

Replied by Thomas
Bangkok, Thailand
04/02/2009

Brett,

I personally think your being to precautious and my advice would be to stop worrying about the pros & cons and weigh up the benefits first.

What have you got to lose ? Only your existance, life's not for everyone - haha. Joking aside, I wouldn't bother about the effects of the smoking scenario, since you can decide how much inhalation of H202 you take at the beginning, to help gain benefit from this course. People tend to forget IT'S ONLY WATER with the odd atom, thus giving a booster as a topic of interest to all and sundry. It's better described as an INTERNAL LOURDES pilgrim's journey!

Let me know what transpires after your campaign for better health.

Many Thanks

Tommy

Replied by John
Pioneer, CA, United States
04/24/2009
5 out of 5 stars

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.

Replied by Scott
Revelstoke, B.c.
07/01/2010

You're right about the drug companies. That's why they put chlorine in our water, to take the hydrogen out. funny, since they started doing that cancer and other fungal rated went up from 1 in 26 to 1 in 4, did some reading on flouride as well.....banned in europe for a reason, why are we still using it?

Replied by Rachel
Unknown, Na
10/09/2011

Someone please help! The only HP I can find is 'HP topical solution' (not food grade, from walmart.. So far so good?) Under active ingredients: HP (STABILIZED) 3%.. But under inactive ingredient: purified water.. Is it still ok even though it says stabilized?

Replied by Chw777
Atlanta Ga
03/14/2014

That's the one Bill Munro uses in his mouth spray.


Posted by RonALD (Vail, Az) on 03/04/2009
0 out of 5 stars

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?

Replied by Bill Munro
Michigan
03/05/2009

Please e-mail me your state & phone number. I will call you.

Bill Munro. 248-623-1120. Michigan.

Replied by Jeff
Los Angeles, California
03/12/2009

Ronald of Az,

Sounds like your husband has Community Pneumonia (formerly known as Walking Pneumonia). Have him checked out with his doctor. (blood test, x-ray as well as stethoscope lung sound screening will be performed)

If it goes untreated for too long (6 months), it can infect the heart and trigger heart failure and/or heart attack. (that's what happened to me - the latter)

Take Care

Replied by Startrekgis
Fallbrook, CA
03/04/2010

The peroxide caused the moucus to come up. i have studied cleansing for 35 years there is no such thing as sickness. edgar casey said there is only one sickness and that is a toxic body.


Posted by JOHN (RUTHERFORDTON, NORTH CAROLINA) on 02/19/2009
1 out of 5 stars

I HAVE BEEN USING THE PEROXIDE SPRAY FOR OVER A MONTH, BUILDING UP TO ABOUT 10 PUMPS 3 TIMES A DAY, I SEEM TO HAVE MORE TROUBLE BREATHING NOW THAN BEFORE , WHAT DID I DO WRONG. HELP ITS REAL PAINFUL

Replied by Dave
Trenton, MI
02/20/2009

Hello John is it possible that you smoke or work around chemical fumes often as you may have sores in your lungs or something and the peroxide may just be stinging them so maybe you should back off so many sprays and spread them out over time instead all at once and see how it goes, i hope that helps and it goes away for you. Dave

Replied by Peggy
Atoka, Tennessee
02/21/2009
5 out of 5 stars

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!

Replied by Alice
San Bernardino, Ca
11/08/2009

This is a question for Peggy from Atoka: can you please describe in greater detail how you treated your histoplasmosis? In particular, how did it go with H2O2? What grade did you use? You mention ACV and baking soda; how did you use these? I am struggling with a fungus in my lungs; nothing seems to work. Thank you!

Replied by Mr B
Camperdown, Nsw
05/26/2010

Dear Anonymous,
We can't be of any assistance unless you provide more information.

** safety **
May I suggest that others be more careful about the strength of peroxide they are using. For healing I drank about 3 or 4 cups of 0.00075% strength peroxide (5 dops of 3% strength peroxide in 1L).

I haven't tried this "peroxide inhalation therapy" yet so can't say anything authorative, but for myself I would :

* check the quality of the spray. Is the mist super fine?. How much does it dispense in one spray? (spray into a teaspoon).
* ask myself - how do I know I'm not taking too much? different sprays will meter out different dosages.
* ask myself - how do I know that this conectration isn't too much for my body to handle. Start small and work up!
* do not start with anything above 0.05% strength (yes, less than half a percent).

If you can't work out how much to dilute it then please don't even try, this isn't for you.

Replied by Chris
Toronto, On, Canada
03/18/2012

Hello, my dog, a Jack Russell Terrier, has just been diagnosed with emphysema, and also has tracheal collapse, which could likely be the cause of the emphysema.

I have been doing tons of research on the benefits of food grade diluted hydrogen peroxide for emphysema and other lung diseases & other health problems. I have found two ways of inhaling H2O2, either by vaporizer or using a fine mist nasal spray and spraying the mist to the back of the throat while inhaling as discussed in this article.

I have read the first vaporizer approach is ok for dogs, using a ratio of diluting 1oz of 35% food grade H2O2 with 1 gallon of distilled water.

http://examiner.com/alternative-pet-health-in-salt-lake-city/help-for-pulmonary-emphysema

However my question is do you think this approach using the nasal spray fine mist into the throat while breathing is safe for my dog? I'm pleased there are countless human testimonies that have benefited tremendously from it, but I haven't read anything about dogs. My dog currently has labored breathing and it really pains me to see her this way. I know the prognosis is not good, especially considering she is 14, but I really just want to make her breathing more comfortable for the rest of her life.

So any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.

P. S. she has reacted pretty well to a shot of cortisone steroid which seemed to boost her energy, appetite and help a little with the labored breathing, but it will only last about 3 weeks and I'm also hoping to find something healthier to help her as there are side effects to the steroid. Please help thank you.

Replied by Jacqueline
Peterborough, Ontario
04/07/2012

Hello Chris, The vaporiser near your pups sleeping area at night will be the best way to help.

As for inhaling, reduce from 3% to 1% and insert tip of pump sprayer into side of mouth towards the back- you may wish to hold the lower jaw down a bit so you avoid the tongue.

A couple of drops in drinking water will also help. 2 drops of 3% per liter of water.

Hope this info helps, good luck :)


Posted by Nancy (Buffalo, WY, USA) on 10/28/2008
5 out of 5 stars

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.

Replied by Joyce
Joelton, Tn
11/01/2008
512 posts
5 out of 5 stars

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.

Replied by Sashalani
Los Angeles, California Los Angeles County
11/05/2010
1 out of 5 stars

Warning

I totally agree. I tried inhaling colloidal silver several times for asthma relief and each time was a nightmare. The last time was particularly scary because it brought on the worst asthma attack I have ever had... Infact I almost passed out due to lack of oxygen. Although colloidal silver is a great anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral great caution should be used if you decide to inhale it.

Replied by Marlane Ellis
Geelong, Victoria - Australia
11/07/2010

Hi Sashalani,
I have used colloidal silver for 15 years in a nebuliser for asthma and COPD and as a preventative when I have an upset stomach or a cold. My children and grandchildren use it for the same things. I have drunk anything up to half a litre a day with no side effects or problems whatsoever. I used it frequently when I was living in malaysia to cure "Delhi Belly. "
I use the strongest strength which I make myself. However there some important things to remember when using colloidal silver. It must be made only using distilled water. Water that is not distilled will make silver nitrate - that is what causes skin to turn blue, it will make you very sick if you use it in a nebuliser. Colloidal silver should be clear when its made. If its cloudy throw it out, the water has salts and or minerals in it. Colloidal silver must be kept in the dark and well away from any electrical sources. Hope this helps, Marlane ellis

Replied by Ellen
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
11/07/2010

In my opinion, colloidal silver is toxic. Our bodies were never meant to have one mineral consumed in such huge quantities. Just like iodine, or any other mineral, if you use a single mineral in such large quantities, then you can expect to get sick eventually. It's always better to get your minerals from a food source in a balanced, complete form. Kelp is a much better way to gain health and keep it, and what's great about kelp is that it will never overdose you or allow you to get out of balance. It will always improve your health and never take away from it. When you take any mineral as a single source, the body has no choice but to absorb it, throwing it out of balance. When you get your minerals from a food source, then you receive all your minerals in a safe form that will allow your body to pick and choose which minerals it needs to absorb them easily. If your body is at a saturation point in a particular mineral then the body will just let that particular mineral go through the body easily. When you force your body to absorb and absorb and absorb a particular mineral then the body eventually will get out of wack and you will be sick, guaranteed.

I suggest you try kelp and another great source of minerals without the iodine is Redstar flake yeast. Both of these sources are amazing and will only add to your health, and never take away from it. Laminaria digitata is an excellent form of kelp that I take daily and you can take a cup a day, even more and never get an overdose. I always buy in bulk as it saves a lot of money and then I never worry about using the product. Good luck. Sue

Replied by Sxyswg1
Chgo, Usa
11/11/2010

I'm 39 yrs old, I'm a smoker for approx 20 yrs... Ive recently slowed to 1/2 a pk a day. Ive been having a slight shortness of breath for a couple of weeks.... I broke and dislocated my ankle in 1998, ever since then I've had a problem with water retention. Lately even with elevation and Apple Cider Vinegar (2 tsp in 16ozs of water) the swelling never goes down. I have a history of low blood pressure so I can't really take water pills. I recently became more short of breath (yesterday) went to the ER and was discharged with bronchitis, I was prescribed the Z pack antibiotics, alupent inhaler and 20gm of prednisone.... I took the Z pack, I couldn't afford the alupent and I I heard horror stories of prednisone.

I'm reading these different post and really considering the HP therapy but am afraid.. My bottle says nothing about "food grade formula"... It does say 3%, USP, inactive ingredient is purified water and also states it assist in the removal of phlegm, mucus or other secretions associated with sore mouth. I don't know if that is the right kind of HP I should be using in a nebulizer. I would feel better trying kelp as you have suggested... How do I buy it? in pill form? liquid form? how is it taken? how often? How soon will I feel a difference? any side effects? thanks

Replied by Traveler
San Antonio, Tx
11/11/2010

Hi--
I'm sorry to hear that you are ill and hope that you find something that works for you. If you have not read about Lysine, I would certainly recommend reading into and trying it because it is cheap and effective for viruses. Supposedly, Bronchitis is caused by a viral illness something like 90% of the time, with the remaining 10% made up of bacterial infections. Lysine costs about $6, and though there are varying brands and thus varying levels of effectiveness, I've always found that I have responded no matter the type of brand-- though I do agree with a friend of mine that some brands are better than others (right now I'm favoring the Orange and purple major brand label but there are certainly others that are good. )

What I've found for my viral infections is to follow the 5 gram protocol of a gram of lysine taken with a gram of aspirin once an hour every hour for five hours straight. Then you take a couple grams of lysine twice a day to mop up the remaining crud. I just wrote about this a few days ago so I'm sorry for the double post, but last week my boyfriend started coming down with the symptoms that always preceded coming down with bronchitis. I flooded him with lysine, which at around 25-30 grams in a 24 hour period gave him diarrhea, but he was still happy with having diarrhea for a few days if it didn't mean having bronchitis for weeks to months! Anyway, check it out. Lysine hasn't had any contra-indications for me thus far with my supplements, but as always, do your research. I love lysine best as an anti-viral and find it cheaper than other options (like oil of oregano), less stinky (like garlic), and with no taste (I have a hard time getting coconut oil down. )
Good Luck!

Replied by Yvano
Nanaimo, B C Canada
06/21/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I have chronic bronchitis for 25 years on prescription medication, I wonted to stop all this puffer, ( ventolin) ( advair( corticosteroide ), So I heard about hydrogen peroxide, last mount I stoped all medication, I waited 2 weeks before I started the hp, the first day I used my nebuluzer for 10 minutes in morning 15 minutes evening with hp, the tird day I got sick but not frome the hp was frome witraw of steroide cortico, now after a mount I am using just 3 to 4 puffs with nebulizer morning and evening and I am great, no couphing up mucus, no couphing at all; now I use (aple cider vinegar also for litle probleme, luke me I have found that site, and tanks to Mr. BILL MUNRO the promotor of this wonderful therapy.. French man from Canada.....

Replied by Stuart
Salinas, Ca
07/04/2011

Just for the record, I would like to comment on the data link that Nancy from Buffalo, WY, USA mentioned where she found the statement that;

"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."

I, personally, went to that site and contacted the company about this totally misleading statement. They admitted that it was the COMBINATION of H2O2 and colloidial silver that could cause these effects - NOT the H2O2 by itself. Their response to my challenge was the following;

"This applies very specifically to the combination of H2O2 and colloidal silver, not specifically for h2o2 alone (although I do believe that people with serious lung histories start slowly and gently when using H2O2 inhalation therapy).

Replied by Renee
Belgrade, Mt
06/30/2013

This should be clarified as H202 w/ Colloidal Silver may cause problems w/in the lungs, not just H202

Replied by Kimona
Jamaica
12/27/2015

I want to know if I should dilute the 3% HP for inhalation. My husband has COPD and the medication is not helping I can't just watch him die I need help.

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
12/28/2015

Yes, Kimona, dilute.


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

Replied by Frances Lee Carpenter
Palm Desert, Ca.
08/21/2009

You mentioned spraying H202 in your throat. did you spray it straight or diluted and then did you swallow it, or spit it out. It isn't specific.

EC: He's referring to Bill Munro's H202 inhalation technique detailed at the top of the page.

Replied by John
Sevierville, Tn.
07/28/2011

Use in a CPAP machine, I have used H202 for 18 months in my CPAP machine,

mixture is 1OZ in gal of distilled water. It works great,

John

Replied by Dave
Brisbane, Qld Australia
08/26/2011
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Hi there.. About hydrogen peroxide, I have spoken twice to Bill Monro and yes he is a real person and he will tell you he is very deaf and he has rigged up a way to hear you if you call him. Anyway I have used his method many times, Mostly to give me energy. I am now a 67 year old guy .

I stopped using it for awhile and about 6 months ago I started getting a burning sensation in my esophagus!! And also in my tube going down into my stomach when I ate some thing hot.. well I tried TAGAMET which I got told I would have to take all my life to control it and to get a camera put down my throat to see whats going on.

well I didnt have the camera and the TAGAMET DIDNT DO MUCH ABOUT THE PROBLEM.

So I remembered the H2O2 and started blowing and breathing it down my throat again. After about a week of doing this my burning sensation of my breathing HAS COMPLETLY GONE When I do take it at night the following morning it clears up everything off my chest and yes I get a good nights sleep and im left with only a slight burning going down my tubes into my stomach .

I will now start taking more into my stomach and im pretty sure it will clear that problem up pretty quickly. I also use hydogen peroxide all the time on my skin to stop infections as I spend a lot of time in the rural area of the phillipines and there are a lot of bugs here that just loves to bite you ..

So yes people If you have a probs with different parts of your body.. Then try it out.. Read what other people have said about it and go for it. And thanks again Bill.. I havn't talked to him for over 12 months.. But he is a very nice man

Replied by G
Miami, Fl
12/06/2011

** John from Sevierville, Tn. Replies: "Use in a CPAP machine, I have used H202 for 18 months in my CPAP machine, mixture is 1OZ in gal of distilled water. It works great"**

Are you using food grade or 3% store bought? Thanks.


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?

Replied by Stephanie
[email protected], Georgia
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!

Replied by Roger
San Francisco, Ca
09/21/2011
5 out of 5 stars

So today at work, I inhaled lots of fire smoke and melted plastic fumes. I felt generally bad and naseauted afterwords. I gave this a shot and I must say I feel better. I can now take a deep breath w/o feeling sick or coughing.


Posted by Brenda (Springville, TN) on 02/21/2007
5 out of 5 stars

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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Posted by Marleyzhipz (Nevada, Mo) on 07/26/2011
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I used to have bronchitis 2-3 times a year and it would last up to 2 months. I read on this site that you could inhale hydrogen peroxide to cure bronchitis. I bought a bottle of saline nose spray, dumped the contents and filled it with 3% peroxide. Now the moment I feel congestion in my throat, I spray 3 sprays in my mouth and breathe it deeply into my lungs. No more bronchitis for the last 4 years. This is an amazing remedy that works quickly.

Replied by Debbi
Nevada, Mo
09/24/2012

Marleyzhips, there is a local distributor of 3%food grade Hydrogen peroxide. Debbi's Herb Shop on the square.

Replied by Tin
Philippines
12/27/2014

Is it safe to use 3% hydrogen peroxide bought from a drugstore? It's not foodgrade....pls advise me. thank you.

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
12/27/2014

Dear Tin, I use hydrogen peroxide from the drugstore for hydrogen peroxide inhalation therapy, for cuts and wounds and for nebulizing in a nebulizer, diluted with water. I have never had any trouble with it that way. ~Mama to Many~

Replied by Ed
Ocala, Fl
01/06/2015
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Having pneumonia a few years back, I was very close to admission to the hospital. Antibiotics were not working!! I found a product, "respiratory support with a small amount of hydrogen peroxide" in it. In a couple of days, coughing was just about gone & I feel totally cured, full of energy in about the end of the week, truly amazing. Colloidal silver was the other part of the "support". I paid about $38.00, well worth the cost, could not even talk with out coughing.

I forgot to mention that I used the "RESPIRATORY SUPPORT with a small amount of h2o2 in a nebulizer for about 15 minutes, several times per day, or more if I felt I needed or wanted more treatment.

Replied by Timh
KY
01/07/2015

Ed: Do be careful w/ nebulizing Colloidal Silver combined w/ H2O2 as the oxidant potential is great. The secret is keeping these amounts low, which I failed to do a few months back (treating a mycoplasma infection) and experienced heart & chest pain. I quickly applied healing remedies and came thru that situation w/ seeming little or no permanent damage.

Again, the Colloidal Silver is OK by itself, but only a minimal amount of H2O2 should be added. Or one could keep these separate and rotate for safety sake.

Replied by Susan Shears
Denver, Colorado
05/29/2016

I have been using Colloidal silver in a nebulizer for a few weeks now. Does anyone know if it is OK to now use HP in a nebulizer without waiting for a period of time (days) after using the Colloidal Silver? I do not intend to use them together.

Thank you! Susan

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
05/30/2016

Dear Susan,

I have used hydrogen peroxide (5 drops of 3% to 35 drops distilled water) in a nebulizer on the same day as I have used colloidal silver, will no ill effects. I do wait at least 4 hours when I am changing what I am using in the nebulizer.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Paul
Nyc
11/08/2016

Food grade h2o2 is preferable as drugstore h2o2 contains heavy metal toxins intended to stabilize the fairly-unstable h2o2 molecule and keep it from decomposing into water on store shelves due to heat, vibration, and simply time. You may not notice a difference, and drugstore h2o2 will still work, but heavy metals toxins are difficult for your body to purge and you don't want to promote their accumulation in your lung (or any other) tissue.


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Posted by Carol (Greenville, USA) on 06/23/2008
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I too have had coldsores all my life and am 50 yrs old now. I had a sore in the inside of my nose for 3 days , first I dapped peroxide.3% on the outside and the inside where I felt it sore and there was no change into the 3rd day. On the 3rd day I inhaled 3 or 4 puffs of a mix of half water and half .3% peroxide cheap Wal -Mart kind, from a 2 oz spray bottle that you can buy at Wal Mart for .50 in the toothpaste aisle where they have travel size items, and 2 hours later all the nose pain was GONE and no longer had a sore in my nose , it vanished. I also used Apple cider Vinegar the off brand at Wal- Mart GV . It's such a great value too, only $2.99 and I take the pinch or 1/4th tsp of Baking Soda and 2 TBLS of APPLE CIDER VINEGAR in 4 oz of COLD WATER and it has lowered my heartrate from 117 to 72.This has also lowered my BLOOD PRESSURE from to 112/60 I feel full of energy and I do this before I eat first thing in the morning and last thing at night. I sometimes take it at NOON for a pick me up. I no longer have acid reflux/ GERD. I sleep and breathe better as I have sleep apnea.


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Posted by Kevin (Cambridge, Ma) on 11/10/2011
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I discovered hydrogen peroxide inhalation last year when I was sick with a virus for 2 months and looking for a cure to my extreme fatigue. I was skeptical about the remedy but desperate for more energy. I inhaled up to 8 times a day for about a week and was cured.

Yesterday, I started to come down with a nasty virus that has been going around. After class I went back to my room and inhaled 3% hydrogen peroxide (not food grade, but a cheap drugstore brand): 10 sprays to the back of my throat. I did this every 3 to 4 hours until midnight. The virus symptoms dissipated within the first hour and had disappeared after 12 hours. I am continuing to inhale every 8 hours just to make sure it is gone. This remedy is an effective cure for viruses.

Replied by Branda
Detroit, Mi
08/08/2013

I'm starting the inhaling method of H202 and would like to know if I need to follow the same guidelines as if I was drinking it with distilled water. Do I need to inhale 1 hour before I eat and 3 hours after? Also, is it necessary to avoiding inhaling H202 too close to taking supplements and medication? Is 3% necessary for it to work? Can anyone answer these questions? Thanks.

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
08/09/2013

Brenda, I inhale VERY DILUTED h2o2. Any time of day seems ok for me.

Replied by Branda
Detroit, Mi
08/09/2013

Thanks for replying. It's good to know someone is listening. I've started out on 1% H202 and plan to slowly go up to 3%. Haven's had any reaction, good or bad since I started two days ago.



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