Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method by Bill Munro

Fatigue

Posted by Kristy (Lansing, MI) on 09/09/2006
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I've been doing Vinegar/soda and inhaling peroxide. Inhaling hydrogen peroxide is helping the problem I've had with fatigue for a long time. I'm not sure if it's actually helping the cold I've had for almost three weeks or not (some of it could be from detoxifying?). I did double the amount I've been giving my husband last night and it's the first night in years that I haven't been disturbed from his restless leg syndrome.

Replied by Sandy
Front Royal, Va
08/07/2009

Taking a little magnesium (or 1/4 teaspoon of Epsom Salts in water) will stop most restless leg syndrome within a few minutes. If not, take another dose.

Replied by Grannykeeperpdx
Portland, Or
01/13/2012

For Restless Leg Syndrome many people swear putting soap under the sheet will help. I don't know if it's a bar or what. Got the info from People's Pharmacy. You can Google it.


General Feedback

Posted by Robyn Morley (Australia) on 05/19/2020

Why do you strongly state "DO NOT INHALE IT UP THE NOSE!!"? I have chronic sinusitis and thought this could be helpful.

EC: Because Bill's method does not dilute the peroxide and 3% H202 should be diluted at least 50/50 with distilled water if you are going to sniff it. That method (ie, the hydrogen peroxide in a neti pot or hydrogen peroxide and sea salt in water) is very popular if you check out the feedback on the Sinus Infection page of Earth Clinic.

Replied by Shantanoo
Guwahati, India
06/02/2020
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Can a small video be shown how to do it?

Anon
Canada
06/02/2020

Hi Shantanoo - Here is Bill Munro on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aT1_Rkl0B1M How to inhale Hydrogen Peroxide for Good Health This is a video of 83-year-old Bill Munro demonstrating how he inhales Hydrogen Peroxide. For legal protection against lawsuits, he also recommends that only adults who have been properly informed about all the possibilities of using hydrogen peroxide be considered before attempting to do what he does. Please do your homework! Good luck.


Posted by Dr Manisha N.Jadhav (Mumbai) on 05/08/2020
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Very interesting article. Most useful method.


Posted by Laura (Pensacola, Florida) on 05/05/2020
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Thanks for showing how to do this!!


Posted by Diana ( MN) on 02/25/2019
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I would like to use a diffuser with hydrogen peroxide in it but I sleep with 2 dogs. My question is can I safely do this with dogs in the room? Thanks.


Posted by Gus (Northampton, Massachusetts) on 03/27/2015

I've been doing some research on Bill Munro's hydrogen peroxide inhaling treatment and so far all I've found indicates that it is extremely toxic. Of course, prior to finding as much information, I decided to give it a try by adding 1 tiny drop of h2o2 to my albuterol solution and the first time, worried about the consequences I found it felt as if it might work. My breathing immediately improved and felt different than just taking the albuterol. Unfortunately, after having read more, I must say I am now more worried of continuing. I'd appreciate any information amy one can provide on the subject.

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
03/27/2015

Gus, the internet has every idea and it's exact opposite all over the web. So if you experienced help from it, go for it BUT SLOWLY. For example, I alway water down even the plain 3% HP from the drugstore even just for rinsing the mouth.

Replied by Mama to Many
Tennessee
03/27/2015

Dear Gus,

I agree with Mmsg.

We have found H2O2 inhalation (via inhalation or nebulizer) to work very well and we have not had any side effects in our family.

I do not think I would mix albuterol with Hydrogen Peroxide. I am not a chemist; perhaps it is okay. But unless I was sure there would be no reaction to use both together, I would use them apart. Maybe even 4 hours apart from each other. We have used albuterol and hydrogen peroxide in the nubulizer, but never at the same time. When I use peroxide in the nebulizer, I dilute it with distilled water. 5 drops hydrogen peroxide to 35 drops of water.

~Mama to Many~


Posted by C21h30o2 (Sarawak, Malaysia) on 10/24/2014

Hi guys,

Just curious if there's any reaction between the metal spring on the spray nozzle and h2o2 that goes through (or stagnant in) it? Does it accelerate the decomposition and render it weaker (or useless)? Or worse still, the reaction gives of toxic metal oxides? Any input will be appreciated. Thanks.


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

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
09/15/2014

Norma, I use regular ol' cheapy H2O2 for inhaling.

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile , Tn.
09/15/2014

HI U NORMA, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , what have you got to lose, go for it. Shoot a bear in the ass.

====OLE ROBERT HENRY=========

Replied by Norma
Illinois, US
09/16/2014

Thank you for your reply, do you inhale hydrogen peroxide for breathing problems or something else, just wondering if this helps much with breathing issues or if there is something else more effective. Thank you very much.

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
09/16/2014

Norma, I use it for any respiratory discomfort, from sniffles to a lung infection.

Replied by Jill
South Dakota
09/05/2016

Please people - should only buy the h202 at store that only has purified water added. other ingredients are very very toxic! Check the labels.


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.


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!!!


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

Replied by Jenny
Chicago
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!

Replied by Baiazid
Gvrd, Bc
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.


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?

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
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.


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.

Replied by Kay
In The Valley, Ca
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.


Posted by Megg (North Vernon, Indiana) on 10/12/2012

You all are fantastic. The stuff I have been reading is just overwhelming!! I would like to know instead of ussing the nasal spray I would like to use the nebulizer. How much h202 can I put in it? I have 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide. if I wanted to add DMSO and CS to it how much and how often for all? thanks so much for all your help:) mrichards03(at)cinergymetro.net

Replied by Jenny
Chicago
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!

Replied by Chw777
Atlanta Ga
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


Posted by Richard (Wagoner, Oklahoma) on 10/06/2012
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I had posted a write up on this subject several months back. The improvement I got from the treatment has stabilized and leveled out at a defiantly improved condition. I now do the treatments on an occasional basis but have gone for weeks at a time without it and the benefit seems to be long lasting. As an experiment, I have been using a vitamin and mineral supplement which has added a new level of improvement! This combination has really helped me out. I did a cut and paste on mixing this solution after reading it somewhere on this site but can't recall in order to give credit. I put into "word" and will be happy to share it with anyone who requests it.

Replied by Megg
North Vernon, Indiana, Usa
10/09/2012

I would like to know the amounts you used and how you did it. I would like to use my nebulizer for this.. You can email me at mrichards03(at)cinergymetro.net thanks megg

Replied by Susan
Somerdale, Nj
12/17/2012

I just started using hp in my nebulizer.. I add a few drops of albuterol to expand my lungs a bit... Then I inhale 8 puffs.. 2or3 times a day... I have MAC , a chronic lung infection and lately I, ve been very tired and also coughing more... But in these last 2days I am not needing to stop and rest in the middle of the day... I have hope that I can be energetic again!!!! I'll keep you posted. Sue



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