Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method by Bill Munro

General Feedback
Posted by Norma (Illinois, US) on 09/15/2014

I have shortness of breath (yes I am a smoker) has anyone ever tried Bill Munroe inhalation method using just the plain old peroxide you buy everyday at drugstore for $1.00, I am tempted to try this but all most everyone on here uses the food grade, even though Mr Munroe said the regular kind is ok to use. I also have tried other remedies, but nothing seems to help that much, any advice would be welcome. thank you very much

Breathing Issues
Posted by Chris (Missouri, US) on 08/19/2014

Kellyjo, I also would like to try the Bill Munroe inhaling method, but I am confused on what kind of hydrogen peroxide to use. I purchased the 35% food grade and diluted it 1 ounce to 11 ounces distilled water and bought a small pump spray to use it in. So far I can tell no difference, maybe I should be using the 3% in bottle from any drugstore or maybe using the wrong type of pump. What do you suggest. I get confused when people talk of different kinds of HP, saying 3% does this mean common kind in any drugstore or the 35% diluted down even more? Please help


Asthma
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 08/14/2014

Dear Norma,

We have used hydrogen peroxide from the grocery store in a nebulizer. We dilute it to 1%. We put 1 dropper of peroxide (3%) and 2 droppers of distilled water into the medicine cup. It might be wise to use even less to begin. Maybe make it .5% (1/2 dropper peroxide plus 2 droppers distilled water.) Also, try just a few inhales and see how you do. It seems to make one want to cough that say, colloidal silver does, but wow, it has been so helpful when we use it.

~Mama to Many~


Asthma
Posted by Norma (Illinois, US) on 08/14/2014

I was wondering when doing the H2O2 method (I am doing the inhaler with H2O2) do you use the plain hydrogen peroxide in brown bottle that is common or do you use food grade? I have food grade but personally cannot see the difference it makes. I have shortness of breath (from smoking) walking just a short distance, but not when laying down, and also is the plain brown bottle safe to use, so many say it is poison and yet others say it will not hurt you. I don't know what to do. Please advise. Thanks. I also tried Jacks Tea for about 4 days and that did nothing for me.


Asthma
Posted by Scottb (Silver City, NM) on 07/16/2014

I smoked for 45 years, couldn't physically exert myself much without gasping for breath (breath shortness accompanied by a frighteningly pounding heart). I reduced the many toxins I was inhaling by switching to organic tobacco. I felt much better and smoked less, but still was sucking in tar and carbon monoxide. Then I started "vaping" electronic cigarettes. That was over five years ago. Now the only thing slowing me down is my aging joints...my lungs feel great even while Nordic pole hiking.

I started using H2O2 (3% straight pharmaceutical) in a nebulizer many years ago (while I still smoked). I definitely noticed a difference, but obviously not enough to keep up with it. I recently dug out the old nebulizer and started with HP again. Let me assure you, without tar-clogged air sacs, the difference is immediate and amazing.

I'll post again after I've been at it a while.


Breathing Issues
Posted by Scottb (Silver City, Nm) on 07/14/2014

Hello, Kellyjo... You didn't say if you'd stopped smoking. At age 59 I finally switched to an e-cigarette (after 45 years trying to quit and inevitably relapsing). It's been a little over five years since I lit my last cigarette (still "vape" constantly, but have reduced my nicotine levels). I started using a nebulizer with 3% H2O2 back when I still smoked--it helped, but like I you I fell out of the habit (after a couple of messy house moves and whatnot). Now I've dug the nebulizer out from a old cardboard box under the bathroom sink and have begun using it again. With the H2O2 mist going into clear lungs I REALLY notice an immediate difference. I use it combined with yogic breathing technique and my lungs feel nearly as good as they did 50 years ago. I've taken up mountain hiking...trust me, my muscles give out long before my lungs do.


Breathing Issues
Posted by Julie (Western Australia) on 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.


Lung Issues
Posted by Robert (Florida, US) on 06/15/2014

Maggie or Nanny, I'm interested in trying the h2o2 inhalation for copd, I have but need to know how to mix it and how often to use. I want to make sure I do it right. Thanks, hope you can get back to me, the humid days are hard to deal with. Thanks, Bob


About Bill Munro
Posted by Brenda (Detroit, Mi) on 05/08/2014

Sorry to hear about Mr. Munro. Does anyone know if this therapy can be done before or after meals or drinks? Is that anything I shouldn't do while inhaling H2O2?


About Bill Munro
Posted by Margo (Santa Fe) on 05/07/2014

Hi, I read with interest your info on H202 inhalation advocated by Bill Munro. I imagine you'd want to know, if you don't already, that he died in January 2014. I tried accessing his website and email, to know avail, so I googled him and discovered this. Thanks for this website, too! It's fantastic.

EC: Hi Margo.

No, we didn't hear about Bill Munro's death. Thank you so much for letting us know. He will be greatly missed by all of us. :(

Breathing Issues
Posted by Fattony (Indianapolis, In) on 04/05/2014 3 posts

I'm confused. Bill Munro inhales 3%. I thought this was ok. This what I use though it real tasted bad. If I water down I just need to inhale more to get the same affect. Is there a manual in HP inhaling techniques and doses?

Breathing Issues
Posted by Chw777 (Atlanta Ga) on 03/14/2014

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


General Feedback
Posted by Chw777 (Atlanta Ga) on 03/14/2014

For heavens sake!! This is the second poster who mentions something called "CS" and won't tell us what it is. Those of us who are ill will lung issues are looking for help. Please help us.

EC: CS = Colloidal Silver


Lung Issues
Posted by Elly C (Edmonton, Alberta) on 02/25/2014

Jj in California, it takes a heck of a lot longer than 1 week before you have grey skin. It would take years and years in fact and you would have to drink a lot more than a few drops. I have been drinking it for many years and I'm still pink. Research a wee bit more is my suggestion.


General Feedback
Posted by Baiazid (Gvrd, Bc) on 01/25/2014

Hi Jenny,

Thanks for answering. I have not formulated my question clearly. It does look like I meant to ask if they can be mixed and inhaled. What I actually meant was if I can inhale just the h2o2 solution as Bill says and then, right after, if I can drink the acv.

Will that have the same effect as if I drank the h2o2 drops and then drank the acv? This is my question and I should have presented it better.


General Feedback
Posted by Ellie (Upstate, Ny) on 01/23/2014
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Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation for lungs. Does anyone have suggestions about the taste? I did one inhalation with 4 pumps. I think I only inhaled the first pump (because of the taste I must of tensed up and the remaining pumps pooled up) and swallowed the last 3. I decided to wait to continue until the taste went away but it lasted on and off for about 3 days. Is it because I swallowed a small amount or is the taste normal? I'd like to use this method again as a preventative measure.


Herpes Outbreaks, Allergies
Posted by Silverark (Kelowna, Bc) on 01/19/2014
5 out of 5 stars

Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation-Holistic Therapy for Lungs: A pump can be bought in the traveller's section in the pharmacy at Walmart. It comes along with the small clear bottles for airline flights. I have controlled a nasty herpes infection with this. I also use it cut to 1.5% to clear clogged nose from allergies, and the allergies are MUCH less prevalent. There are many benefits to this. I wouldn't go through a day without it anymore. Thumbs up, Earth Clinic.


General Feedback
Posted by Diana (Minnesota, Usa) on 12/05/2013

I am not sure if I should quit my Advair before I start inhaling H2O2. I have searched everywhere and can't find an answer to my question. Also I bought 3% food grade hydrogen peroide, will this be the same as diluting the 35%? How much should I do a day? Thanks to everyone on this site!!!


General Feedback
Posted by Jenny (Chicago) on 11/28/2013

Sue, my understanding is that DMSO neutralizes hydrogen peroxide. I wouldn't mix them for that reason. Also, internal peroxide and DMSO by themselves are both very experimental. While I'm personally game for most anything if many people testify that it helped and did not apparently harm them, I wouldn't throw these remedies together willy nilly in a bottle and inhale them!


General Feedback
Posted by Jenny (Chicago) on 11/28/2013

Baia... I wouldn't inhale a mix of vinegar and peroxide. Together they make a chemical compound called peroxycetic acid. It could damage your lungs!


General Feedback
Posted by Jenny (Chicago) on 11/28/2013

You could also try a cool-mist nebulizer, which uses ultrasonic waves to turn the water/peroxide mix into tiny droplets (less coughing). I got mine new on the eBay auction site for $26.


Diluting Food Grade
Posted by Sunny (Ca) on 11/16/2013

I want to know how to dilute 35% food grade Hydrogen Peroxide to 3% for the inhalation method. Also I heard that you need to use distilled water? Can I use reverse osmosis filtered water instead?? Also does the H2o2 weaken if stored diluted in water? Like if I dilute a large amount and then store it. Thanks!

Pass the love>> Forward - Sunny


General Feedback
Posted by Baiazid (Gvrd, Bc) on 11/15/2013

H2O2 inhalation + ACV or Vit C:

Hi, I have read about not mixing H2O2 with ACV and Vit C for drinking, but my question is about the inhalation method. Does anyone know if it they can be applied together or not? And Why? Thank You

Dercum's Disease
Posted by Chenaya (Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia) on 10/20/2013
5 out of 5 stars

Hi, as I've had the benefits of the Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method these past 2.5 years for my rare disease, I thought it high time to post the results here on this wonderful site.

3 years ago I had a sudden onset of a rare fat disorder called Dercum's Disease (Adiposis Dolorosa). After being mocked by my general practitioner, I insisted he refer me to a specialist dermatologist, as I'd read they had the most experience in recognising the unusual symptoms and being able to identify it as Dercum's. I had already googled the symptoms and was devastated to find the match with DD. The specialist invited me to Grand Rounds, where another 48 dermatologists and pathologists examined and questioned me. The majority agreed that I have DD. There is no cure, no treatment other than pain control, so I was cast upon my own resources.

Being an ex teacher, I'm up to a bit of research and happily I lucked upon this site. I don't know what made me think that Bill Munro's inhalation method with the H2O2 might be of some help, but decided I had everything to gain and nothing to lose. 2. 5 years on and I now tell any interested parties that I have a life back. I can now do all my own housework once again, laundry, driving and even working, albeit not in my former profession and only part time.

Each month that went past saw me in less pain, more mobile and less stiff. The shocking nerve pain lessened, I slept better and even regained my ability to focus and remember things. My mood improved too. At 57 now, I would venture to say that I am as active as the average woman my age, but realise that diet will have to be changed drastically if I am to head off some of the illnesses my elderly parents are experiencing, such as celiac disease, kidney problems, leucaemia and heart failure. I now want to go wheat and gluten free.

The byproduct of this method is that I no longer have any arthritic pain or back pain. It oxygenates the cells. I must still work on regaining fitness, develop a modest daily walking and stretching program and drink more water.

I still have a bit of pain after activity, tenderness and the lipomas (lumps), but it all continues to get more manageable by the month, thereby restoring to me that most valuable of commodities - hope. Life is sweet.

I hope that any of you with a fat disorder, arthritic conditions, gout etc... Will consider doing this simple, cheap and accessible H2O2 method to see if it might have something to offer you. There are no side effects. Hydrogen Peroxide occurs naturally in our bodies, I'm given to understand, so you are safe using it at the 3% strength.


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Therapy for Children
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee, Usa) on 09/13/2013

David,

Thanks so much for sharing! I do give my daughter Vitamin D also. Forgot about that. I do that to help prevent colds; didn't realize it was good for asthma.

Thanks for sharing a source for nasal sprayers--that is helpful. Are you saying you use the nebulizer to get baking soda, magnesium and colloidal silver to the lungs? Is that for asthma too, or something else? Also, how much of those do you use? I have thought about getting a regular nebulizer for such things.

Really appreciate your input and experience. Thanks!

~Mama to Many~


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Therapy for Children
Posted by David (Central, Sc) on 09/13/2013

Several years ago, my grand daughter, who is going on 9 yrs, developed breathing problems. My daughter took her to the doctor, where they prescribed ambuterol, to be delivered by a nebulizer, which was furnished as well. It was about that time that I discovered Earth Clinic, and was diligently searching for an alternative solution... Came across the hydrogen peroxide section, and of course, was fascinated and motivated to change our course of action. Doing so with food grade hydrogen peroxide, I noticed significant relief to her breathing... Still use that nebulizer to this day for all kinds of stuff, I.E. Home made colloidal silver, baking soda, magnesium oil, etc... Anyway I wanted to add something that I came across almost at the same time that I added to the equation about a month later. Namely, Vitamin D3. I found a chewable tablet form in 5,000 I.U. by now products, and I would (and still do to this day) crush the tablet up and give to her on the spoon accompanied with some raw milk. Bottom line: no more asthma symptoms. Now, every once in a blue moon, if she gets stuffed up nasally, I simply spray 3% food grade up her nostrils, one spray, using one of those nose sprayer formula bottles procured from the dollartree store for, you guessed it, a dollar. Hope this compliments the otherwise rich knowledge procured from this blessed site!


Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Therapy for Children
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee, Usa) on 09/12/2013
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Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Therapy And Children

Well, I have been reading about Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation therapy, at Earth Clinic, of course. Somehow it was very intimidating to me. But I kept reading because I really wanted to try it on my daughter. She is 9 and has asthma. She had a lot of trouble 18 months ago and we did a lot of natural things and she was better. But it just recently flared up again and nothing was helping her for long. I finally tried the inhalation therapy. I thought I would share what I did for other parents who wanted to try it.

I took a glass colloidal silver bottle with a spray top and emptied it into another container and cleaned it out. (I wanted to be sure to use a food grade container. ) I filled it with 3% hydrogen peroxide from the pharmacy. (I have food grade around but am terrified that I will mix it wrong and have a disaster. ) First, I tried it on me. I just sprayed it into the back of my mouth and inhaled. Then I tried this on my daughter. She is 9 and petite. I had her exhale, then spray towards the back of her throat and inhale. At first we did one spray twice a day. Now she does 2 sprays, inhales, then 2 sprays. When she starts wheezing, if she does this, the wheezing stops.

I do have her taking a number of herbs to minimize her allergies and that helps. (She takes nettles and quercetin. I am also giving her Evening Primrose Oil and Dandelion Root daily. ) At night we use an essential oil diffuser and diffuse good oils for her lungs. She has hardly wheezed at all since we started that. But she does wheeze if she plays hard, but she knows to come in and spray peroxide and take a dose of nettles.

Hope this will help another parent. I am so grateful for all the stories on earth clinic!

Thanks!

~Mama to Many~

Lung Issues
Posted by Rebel (Usa) on 09/09/2013

If spraying in the nose... Be sure to dilute down to a safe solution AND BE SURE to use ONLY distilled or BOILED water. This is important! But if, he is going to spray into the lungs 3% should be fine.


Lung Issues
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 09/09/2013

Jonathan, remember to dilute the h2o2.


Lung Issues
Posted by Jonathan (San Diego, Ca.) on 09/09/2013

Hello,

I have been researching holistic approaches to cancer as well as reversing the effects of damage to lung tissue from smog, chemicals and pollutants in the air we breath.

My father has had asthma since he was 6 years old and I am going to recommend he try the nasal pump with 3% hydrogen peroxide for his condition. I first heard about this method from a neighbor of mine who claims he cured his dad's lung cancer by providing him with hydrogen peroxide through a nebulizer. I was fascinated! I am fed up with the FDA mafia trying to make money and take advantage of the sick at such an exhorbitant price. Techniques like these cannot even legally be administered as a practice here in the states. Only surgery and chemo are currently legal. Its sad, not to mention downright wrong and immoral that we cannot share these alternate methods freely with the public without having to look over our shoulder or risk getting shut down if we use the wrong verbatim for advertising or information.

Thank You,

Jonathan

Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Branda (Detroit, Mi) on 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.


Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 08/09/2013

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


Colds, Flu, Viruses
Posted by Branda (Detroit, Mi) on 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.


General Feedback
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 07/24/2013

Jacob, I wouldn't know how to compare it as I don't take it internally, but for me the inhalation of h2o2 is very useful for any respiratory related ailment, and possibly for more things too.


General Feedback
Posted by Jacob (Spokane, Washington, United States) on 07/23/2013

I want to use the inhalation method for hydrogen peroxide and was wondering if this would be as effective as drinking hydrogen peroxide for a chronic pain issue?

Lung Issues
Posted by Bob (New Orleans, La. Usa) on 07/23/2013

To Raquel in New Orleans... I use h2o2 for bronchitis.


Breathing Issues
Posted by Yolanda (St Charles, Il) on 07/01/2013
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I have been using Bill Murry's spray hydrogen peroxide for about 6 months. I also bought a Flutter, which is a mucus clearance device. The both of them have really helped. I use the huff to try and get air under the congestion to get it up. The hydrogen peroxide helps with the any lung infection. Hope this helps.


Breathing Issues
Posted by Renee (Belgrade, Mt) on 06/30/2013

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


Breathing Issues
Posted by Kellyjo (Knightstown, Indiana) on 06/17/2013

Hi Megg. I stopped the hydrogen peroxide inhalation protocol for about 6 months. Can't tell you why, chaotic families issues. Started feeling bad again, started inhaling religiously again a week ago, and already breathing much better. Needless to say, I am definitely NOT lapsing again!!!! Thank you so much for asking about me....KellyJo


Lung Issues
Posted by Nannyb (London, England) on 04/23/2013

Hi - I've just read your post and realise it was written some years ago but would be interested to know if you found long lasting relief from COPD with inhaling H2O2. Please could you give me more details (I know about dilution) but would appreciate more info on how you inhale, how much, how often. Thanking you in anticipation. Nanny B.


Lung Issues
Posted by Brent (Phx, Az) on 03/18/2013

re: worse cough, not better? Well, possibly find out what kind of infection the cough is from: mold related, pnemonia or? Nutrients to increase your immune system is so important. Enteric coated Vitamin C helps to improve it, plus B-complex, multi-vitamin, multi-mineral. Also try hyperbaric oxygen chamber.


Breathing Issues
Posted by Dennis (Coral Springs, Fl) on 02/24/2013

Anyone submitting to this site needs to know and Bill will attest to this, that you want to be using 3% FOOD GRADE Peroxide!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Not what is in the Brown Bottle in the drug store!!!!!!!! This is very important. The brown bottle HP has other chemicals and preservatives in it and could cause a problem!!


General Feedback
Posted by Kay (In The Valley, Ca) on 02/05/2013

There are many, many people out there that would disagree with you. I've used it for chest colds and have recommended to others that have had remarkable success. There is a lot of info. on the internet regarding this procedure, and so many who have been helped. There are even some good books on the use of HP. Look into it a little further, you might be suprised by what you find.


Dercum's Disease (Painful Lipomas)
Posted by Nicola (Cambooya, Queensland, Australia) on 02/04/2013
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Having done the whole H2O2 inhalation method diligently for about 18 months now (thanks Bill Munro and earth clinic), I feel it's time to report on the undoubted improvement in my health.

In October 2010, I came down with a rapid onset of what turned out to be the supposedly rare "Dercum's Disease", also known as "Adiposis Dolorosa". It is a fat disorder, whereby lipomas or fatty lesions form in any part of the body, but most often subcutaneously. 1% of any population will have these fatty lumps and they are usually benign and entirely painless, but in Dercum's sufferers (and I use that term advisedly), a whole syndrome comes into effect -short term memory dysfunction, severe pain, mobility problems, cognitive dysfunction, fogginess in thinking and great fatigue. Lumps can appear overnight, which is frightening. We need to be hugged very gently and repetitive movements aggravate lumps in or on our muscles and nerves. Carrying shopping bags on our upper forearms is a no no. Very, very few doctors know or care to acknowledge the existence of this scary disease. We are left to google, network with fellow sufferers and disseminate both natural (H202 inhalation) and allopathic treatments that work for us individually. And we are all individuals in our we experience any condition and cure/treatment. For me, stumbling across Bill Munro's video on this site was a Godsend, literally. I felt, having read Bill's account of his self treatment that it just might have relevance to my Dercum's Disease. I also have lifelong asthma and an auto-immune form of low thyroid, called Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. I know I move too little and hence my lymph drainage is less than ideal. The fatigue and pain was absolutely overwhelming.

I decided H202 was affordable, available and extremely easy to inhale, in my case, at regular 1.5 hour intervals during the day and about 5 pumps of the nasal spray bottle on each long inhalation into the back of the mouth. I have no side effects other than a lot of belching if I've overused. I have a much improved quality of life, much, much less pain (I'd been struggling on paracetamol with codeine tablets) and much better mobility. I can walk mostly without pain again, am fitter and can do my own housework and shopping once again. I even applied for a job yesterday :). Not sure yet if I will be able to manage it, but - 'nothing ventured, nothing gained'. Certainly I don't feel up to a full-time job as the fatigue and memory issues continue, but I am experiencing continued improvement, month by month, so who knows how well I may become? I do continue to take my asthma and thyroid medications and am still a 56 year old post menopausal woman, so jumping over puddles will probably not be happening any time soon, but I am once again happy to be here.

General Feedback
Posted by Sue (Buffalo, Ny) on 02/04/2013

I was searching for some ideas regarding natural therapies to supplement allopathic treatment for pneumonia and came across your site. I was very surprised to see a recommendation for peroxide inhalation to treat pneumonia. Yikes! While I can appreciate an exchange of ideas and see your site has a disclaimer regarding medical advice, I'd just like to make a comment to site participants that I would strongly discourage inhaling peroxide. Just as it creates a "bubbling" effect on a wound, the same would most likely happen in an infected lung creating a dangerous compromise in lung function and make things worse. I am not a physician, but an RN with 28yrs experience and I hope no one does that without talking to their doctor.


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