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Coq10 and H2O2

Posted by Chaste (Miami, Fl) on 11/03/2009

I was wondering if CoQ10 supplements can be taken with H2O2 therapy with out hindering the benefits of either. If so, can you please provide a recommended dosage?

Replied by Ted
(Bangkok, Thailand)
383 posts

H2O2 stays in the body for about maximum of 50 minutes. Hence, if CoQ10 is taken after an hour or so. The H2O2 should not interfere with CoQ10 when it is taken using this schedule. It helps to take vitamin C now and then after H2O2 therapy is finished.

DE, ACV, Baking Soda, Borax

Posted by Dennis Moore (Washington) on 02/16/2021

I have a question, if one is taking Diatomaceous Earth and would also like to also do Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda, or say Borax or peroxide, which are all added to water to consume, can any of these be combined to take as one instead of doing two, three, or four drinks?

Diatomaceous Earth and Borax

Posted by Raindear (Pahrump, Nv) on 01/28/2021

Can I use DE and Borax together? Maybe 1/4 tsp Borax in first liter of water of the day, and DE in second?

DMSO, Iodine, H2O2

Posted by Soange (Douglasville, Georgia, Usa) on 12/18/2012

Is it safe to take DMSO, Iodine and H2O2?

DMSO, Vitamin D

Posted by Colleen (Minneapolis, Minnesota) on 05/24/2012

I have heard of people taking DMSO with Vitamin B12. How about with Vit D? I know it's a fat soluble vitamin, but I'm very low on it and my liver can't take very high doses, so I was hoping dmso would be a help in this area. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

EDTA, Borax, H2O2

Posted by Jp (Wpb, Fl) on 03/22/2010

Is it ok to mix EDTA in the 1 liter of water with the 1/4 tsp Borax or will the EDTA make the Borax useless by chelating it?

Is it ok to add H202 to the 1 liter of water with the EDTA too?

Replied by Joe
(Wpb, Fl)

Bill, just wondering if H202, Borax, Edta can be mixed together in 1 liter water to drink thr-out the day ? Can these be made for the week in advance or will it lose its properties?

Replied by Bill
(San Fernando, Luzon, Philippines)

Hi Joe...I myself use 1/4 tspn borax, a capful of hydrogen peroxide, 1/4 tspn sea salt and 1/2 tspn Epsom salts(Magnesium sulphate) in a litre of water as a daily drink. This combination is safe according to Ted's Remedy Combinations. See this link and read Ted's safe lists:

I don't use the EDTA therapy but there is a therapy called Chelox Therapy that combines taking hydrogen peroxide and EDTA by IV. The HP gets rid the arterial plaque from the large arteries and the EDTA gets rid of the plaque from the smaller capillaries. But I would be wary of taking EDTA and HP together or combined, since HP is a strong pro-oxidant and therefore quite reactive.

EDTA, Tannic Acid, H2O2, Sea Salt, Borax

Posted by Eudice (Ny) on 09/29/2010

Additional Remedy Combining

Red, Bill, EC, anyone please, Is it safe to mix small doses of Tetrasodium EDTA, Tannic acid (or green tea), H202, Sea Salt & Borax in 1 liter all together & drink throughout day?

Just so many remedies the body could use daily but how to fit them all in when many require to be mixed with a liter of water. God Bless. Thank you!

Replied by Self

EDTA & Green tea (probably same for tannin acid, which is in Green tea) are ok, as even Lipton Iced does so

Ted already said, Hydrogen Peroxide, Sea Salt and borax were ok. I think somewhere Ted said Green Tea and Borax might cancel each other out in some way (GT contains fluoride and Borax removes that and there might be more too it). Maybe Tannic acid and borax might be ok?

Ted sometimes says to add Baking Soda to a more acid form of EDTA, so salt is probably fine too (at worst, I think it might just give a laxative effect). I believe mixing Green Tea or Tannic acid is ok to combine with H202. I did see a study where they combined Tannins and H2O2 so I would guess its fine.

People also mix H202 with milk and juices and I read "It is used in aseptic packaging, such as milk cartons, fruit juices and foods"

But Ted did say not to take H2O2 with Apple Cider Vinegar (unless its only 2-7 drops H2O2 but I think he said it will cancel out the Vitamin C content of ACV, so not to take it with Vitamin C, & also not with sodium thiosulfate for other reasons. *BTW, Ted did once write of using ACV_H2O2 as an acidic remedy for a sore throat but [email protected] only in the small amounts listed above, otherwise it could become "Peracetic acid" which would be too strong. It has been used in water purification but in extremely small amounts.

When Ted talked about the ACV alkalizing remedy (best morning and maybe night, depending on urine pH, if its not the ideal 7 on an accurate test meter. The pH strips he wrote in the past aren't the most accurate), I believe he wrote to do the H202 (capful H202/liter drinking water) drinking water therapy six hours later.

"Hydrogen peroxide oxidises sodium thiosulfate to sulfuric acid.",110,EX.html

I think you're fine to mix all of them, except I'd use tannic acid instead of green tea.

Replied by Self

Actually, consider taking the vitamin C and baking soda at different times. I have read some saying the baking soda can destroy the vitamin C. Perhaps this is less so with the more alkaline form of vitamin C sodium ascorbate? Also if you take a lot of baking soda, I also read it might deplete B vitamins (especially Folic acid) so make sure to get enough B's or supplement., -it-Does-a-Body-Good&id=220455

Everyday Remedies for Optimal Health

Posted by Lori (Delta, Co) on 04/15/2010

I have taken remedies posted on ec for about a year straight. The sea salt, bs molasses, lemon or lime/baking soda, borax, h202, granulated lecithin 2x aday, mag citrate, sodium ascorbate. in taking the bsmolasses I still have lots of new gray hair growing in. mag citrate I swear constipates me. Am I missing something for an optimal health? the lecithin did get my liver enzymes down to normal in a matter of months:)i'm concerned about the sea salt drying my kidneys up? I'm pretty healthy, past the menopause,

my question is what do you take as remedies for an everyday regiment and for how long have you done this?

Fulvic Acid Combination

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Posted by Sam (Boston, MA) on 05/26/2009

Hello Ted and everybody at Earthclinic. Thank you for everything. I really appreciate all the information that you make available to us. My question is regarding one of the remedy combinations that Ted has explained, explanation #7, regarding Fulvic acid. I decided to invest in Fulvic Acid after reading the information posted by Ted. I have tried a number of remedies and as a result, I now have a large box full of supplements, vitamins, essential oils, etc. I think that I will eventually find something that works for me. For that, I have decided to give Fulvic Acid a fair chance to work its magic. In one of Ted's old posts, he explains that Fulvic acid works better when combined with hydrogen peroxide and sodium bicarbonate, so here is what I have been doing: I mix 2 tablespoons of ACV with 1/2 a teaspoon of baking soda and allow it to react for 10 minutes, I then add 1 teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide and 1/3 cup of Fulvic Acid. I have been taking this for about one week for severe acne and other conditions and also for balancing my pH. I believe that it is too soon to say whether it is working. But I want to make sure that the remedy itself is correct. I don't mean to impose, I understand that you get hundreds of emails everyday, but if you could please let me know if this mix is correct, I would appreciate feedback from Ted or anyone else who has used Fulvic Acid. Thank you in advance.

Replied by Kirankumar
(Hollywood, Florida, Usa)
1 out of 5 stars


I like to know pre and post blood reports of this experiments (eg combining inorganic chemical and their of colloidal or ionic nature.) Life is very precious and non-life things are not precious when life/death situation viewed in true sense!

Please be careful and help yourself when taking drastic steps to play with life! God bless you all.

I love you all for any type of comments participant; regardless of level of intelligence and age.

If you discuss MRI with PET CT or Immunochemistry with me then I will have more pleasure of you.

Kiran kumar USA

Fulvic Acid, H2O2, Baking Soda

Posted by Stella (New York) on 07/26/2012

I read a post where someone questioned the combination of fulvic acid, H2O2 and baking soda. Apparently Ted supports this combination but I cant find the info anywhere on EC after tons of searching. Im already doing the baking soda and water remedy to alkalize. I've recently started the fulvic acid and it causes my ph to dip to 5 whereas the baking soda and water keep it around 7, sometimes 8. My fulvic acid comes in drops, from a reputable organic creator. I take 7-12 drops in 16oz of water. I have intestinal issues and feel the oxygen, alkaline and fulvic would be great.

Does anyone have any info on how to combine these 3 things and still reap the benefits of all? How many days a week should they be taken? How many days off? I intend to alternate days with borax and oil pulling for hormonal balance and toxin removal...

Any suggestions?....

General Feedback

Posted by Jim (Cypress, Tx) on 10/22/2012

I would like feedback on what viewers consider the 3-4 most important daily natural routines they are doing. I am currently oil pulling with sunflower oil in the morning. I follow with 2 teaspoonfuls of in the mother ACV with 4 oz. of Aloe Vera. I cook with and add coconut oil on bread and just ingest some throughout the day. All this is used as a preventative. Any help on routines with quantities would be most appreciated.

Replied by C
(Cochrane, Wi)

I have also wanted to post a similar request---i would like to know other readers recipes for a "daily tonic" for health benefits. thanks

Replied by Lisa
(Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa)

Hi Jim, I take Chinese herbs on a regular daily basis and have seen the greatest improvement in my health from those. I also take lypospheric vitamin c almost daily which is amazing. The herbs are adaptogenic so I can take those everyday to build my chi and immune system. I also drink fresh green juice every morning and eat some fermented foods and/or drinks daily.

Outside of that, I change things up on a regular basis as I think the body gets used to the same thing. I will switch it up with ACV, baking soda, sea salt, sodium thiosulphate, coconut oil, etc. The list goes on and on but just like food as medicine, you don't want the same thing everyday, day in and day out. I might do three days or a week of something and then change it up.

Anyway, that's my two cents! Wishing you the best of health, Lisa

Grapefruit Juice and Meds

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Posted by Art (Vancouver Bc., Canada.) on 12/03/2012
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As posted at 11/07/2011 JD from Okc, Oklahoma. Are you not aware of the Deadly mixture, grapefruit and drugs.

As stated here.

Mixing the citrus fruit with the prescription painkiller oxycodone can lead to severe breathing problems, while combining grapefruit and the statin medication Zocor (simvastatin) may spark a potentially life-threatening complication called rhabdomyolysis, in which breakdown of muscle fibers can result in kidney damage of failure.

There are a lot more hazardous drug interactions at the link above.

I do not see a warning about this here so I thought I might bring it to everyones attention.

Take care. art 1a.

Grapefruit Juice and Meds
Posted by Oscar (Syracuse, New York) on 12/01/2012
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Yes it does and sometimes fatal interactions. People on statin drugs for blood pressure need to avoid drinking grapefruit juice. The number of drugs and types of drugs grapefruit juice negatively impacts are so many you need to go here to learn about that:

Yes, I have read about all of grapefruits health benefits, But if you are taking any of these medications, it`s impact can be fatal. That list includes many pain remedies and tranquilizers. Most doctors do not know about this. There are other websites that state the list of drugs so effected is growing at an alarming rate. No one knew about this until a few years ago....Oscar

Replied by Timh
(Louisville, Ky, Usa)
2083 posts

I don't know if most or all Medications come w/ this warning, but it is ALWAYS advised to read the "drug indications and warnings" before medicating.

Also, the Histamine 2 Antagonist drugs used for acid reducing like Zantac, Pepcid, and Tagamet have similar effect on Liver P450 detox enzymes, that is they INHIBIT.

The inhibitory effect of these substances on drug metabolism and detoxification causes the medication to remain in the bloodstream for much longer period of time, which also raises the level of medication. This is how the overdose occurs.

Replied by Bess
(Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

More on taking prescription medications with grapefruit (or other citrus) juices, I received one of my alternative health newsletters with the following information:

Grapefruit poses a potentially lethal health risk to more and more patients taking prescription drugs. The fruit contains chemicals called furanocoumarins that can interact with certain drugs, blocking their breakdown and so making them more potent. Adverse effects can include acute kidney failure, respiratory failure, internal bleeding and sudden death.

While it is well known that some patients should avoid grapefruit, or grapefruit juice, the list of drugs involved has risen sharply in recent years. More than 85 current drugs can interact with grapefruit, and of these 43 can have serious side effects, according to scientists writing in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

Timh is right - find out about any interactions for your medications. Do as much research as you possibly can.

H2O2 Therapy, Lime-Sodium Bicarbonate

Posted by Michael (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) on 07/15/2009

I just started the H2O2 regime. I read that I can add it to water, milk or fruit juice. Does this include fruit juice that I buy from the supermarket or is it only freshly prepared juice? Can I add sugar to it?

I am also interested to try lime-sodium bicarbonate mixture for pH balance.
Is it possible to mix H2O2 and the mixture together so that it can be drunk at one time.

Replied by Tavora
(Brooklyn, NY)

I read in a book called ___that its best not to mix H2O2 in anything other than distilled water. The author explained since spring water or "hard" water contains minerals and other elements - the distilled water ensures the H2O2 does react or is "lost" by these compounds.... I don't know about mixing the lime/baking soda w/ H2O2 but I've been drinking food grade 12% H202 w/ distilled water these past few weeks - as well as lemon/baking soda (but w/ spring water on alternate days) and have experienced a fairly good (and consistent) alkaline pH reading. Good luck!

Replied by Alain
(Ottawa, Canada)


Please see from TED

4/2/2007: Ted from Bangkok writes, "No one uses 1% concentration for internal purposes either. So 3% is way beyond that.

In the alternative health field, the maximum is actually 0.5% concentration. Actually and optimum H2O2 concentration was first determined in 1950s by Dr. Reginald Holman by implanting Walker 256 adenocarcinoma tumours. The drinking water for the rat used H2O2 optimum concentration needed to kill the tumors were about 0.45 percent.

Tumours completely disappeared in 15 to 60 days in rats. Of course a better way is to add 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda in the glass of 0.45% concentration of H2O2. This can be extended to treatment of almost any kinds of conditions, from virus, bacteria, microbial infections, pneumonia, tuberculosis, flu, etc. My own experience of using just baking soda (also increases the body's oxygen) and ascorbate vitamin C about three weeks for a small tumor to go into remission.

A more effective I think in the future of peroxide therapy is to add baking soda to the 0.45% concentration to normal drinking water since baking soda is alkaline and increases oxygen, while the peroxide furthers this natural increase. Ted"

Also From

04/01/2009: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "Dear Shel:

Most combination of remedies is a major issue that I have dealt with in many private emails, but which family members do not want me to post on websites.

Hence, the lack of postings on this issue.

There are a couple of guidelines and I can build up these combination as we go along, here it is on top of my head:

1. A hydrogen peroxide cannot be combined with sodium thiosulfate. Both would neutralize each other, but they can be taken hours apart.

2. A hydrogen peroxide cannot be combined too frequently with ammonium chloride, or ammonium bicarbonate. It tends to cause headaches.

3. A malic acid needs always to be neutralized with baking soda or potassium bicarbonate.

4. Alkalizing remedies including, baking soda, sodium carbonate (washing soda) , potassium bicarbonate, tripotassium citrate (potassium citrate), trisodium citrate (sodium citrate), borax can be combined.

5. Hydrogen peroxide with any of the alkalizing remedy can be combined and is synergistic. I do this very often. A sea salt can be combined with hydrogen peroxide.

6. Blackstrap mollasses is considered neutral, and can be combined with any remedies mentioned in the above.

7. A fulvic acid mixture must always be combined with sodium thiosulfate and sea salt. Most important is that In a water solution before adding fulvic acid or humic acid, a sodium thiosulfate must be added. Sea salt in higher concentration often acts as a preservative, but a wrong kind of sea salt may cause fulvic acid to precipitate within hours, which may reflect wrong pH and may need adjustment to maintain the suspension.

8. Borax and hydrogen peroxide and any alkalizing remedy can be combined without problems.

9. Any acidity, such as lemon juice, vinegar, apple cider vinegar, citric acid I will neutralize the acidity to neutral pH of 7 before doing anything else so as not to reduce the bicarbonates in the body.

10. Most organics as in cayenne pepper, black strap mollasses, curcumin and most herbs in general don't react with each other as in food preparations.

11. Milk of magnesia, hydrogen peroxide and borax can be combined in any combination.

12. A sea salt with any alkalizing remedy is a powerful laxative but if laxative effect is not desired cannot be combined.

13. Niacin if taken, usually aspirin is taken 30 minutes or at least 15 minutes to avoid the flushing effect.

14. Milk, burned toast, egg whites, and charcoal in any combination will not work with antibiotics so cannot be taken together.

15. Milk, burned toast, egg whites, and charcoal in any combination will not work with vitamin supplements or mineral supplements. They block absorption.

17. A hydrogen peroxide therapy used cannot be combined with ammonium compounds in general. There are exceptions if the hydrogen peroxide added n water is of low concentration and is taken only once a day. That's use to kill the fungus and autoimmunity issues.

18. A person with across the board deficiencies, such as low iron, copper, and many other vitamins are often have low stomach acid. In which case hydrochloric acid drops 5-10 drops per one glass along with meals is taken, but alkalizing remedy is taken 1 to 2 hours apart, but is not taken or mixed at the same time. An alkalizing remedy is taken 1 hour or more before a hydrochloric acid. A hydrochloric acid remedy will increase nutritions into the body across the board and also help prevent gray hairs on many ocassions.

19. Additives hidden in supplements that tends to prevent them from working are often tricacium phoshpate and calcium carbonates. These tend to block supplements from absorbing in general especially mineral supplements, with possible exception of water soluble supplements such as vitamin C and vitamin B complex. I generally will try to buy bulk supplements without the fillers. Common fillers I try to avoid includes calcium, tricalcium phosphate and magnesium stearate, which is almost like wax. A powder form and liquid form of supplements are generally more effective.

20. A person who pH is very high and protein in urine is high, a peroxide remedy and alkalizing remedy is actually needed more. This is due to extreme acidity which causes the body's protein to breakdown into ammonia, which is a strong form of alkalzing.

21. People tend to forget the importance of sodium, potassium and magnesium and they can always be mixed with other alkalzing remedies as well as other remedies can also be mixed too. These are the body electrolytes.

22. A few people complain taking baking soda causes heart to beat faster and cannot be taken. However this is due to oversight in not mixing potassium and at least for me is a potassium deficiency and hence a potassium bicarbonate, or tripotassium citrate (potassium citrate) must be added.

23. A person who are on Hallelujah diets reports weakness and sickness, but this is due to lack of sodium in these diets and frequently a sea salt are added.

24. Common table salt is never used i n my remedies because they are very acid whose pH is 5. While the sea salt pH averages 7.5 and hence are often mixed with any remedies.

25. To improve absorption of any supplements, a small pinch of sea salt is always added in any supplements so it can have better bioavailability.

I am sure I forget to list many more, but these are just a few I can think of at the moment.

Replied by Briana
(Dublin, Ireland)

hi ted id like to ask you a question can i do hydrogen proxide therapy while taking chinese herbal medicine and medication for c o p d and heart im 56 years old 4foot 10inches in height and 28 kilos in weight i need to put some weight on fast no energy cant walk more then a few steps cant breathe very well any suggestions thank you

Replied by Connie
(Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA)

You probably want to use fresh juice, don't waste your money on dead, pasteurized, watered down, sugary supermarket juice. Milk tends to cause congestion, so you probably want to avoid that too. If you can afford it, vegetable/fruit juicers are great, you can make your own juice from carrots, celery, apples, and such. I would think that since fruits and vegetables naturally contain H202 it would be ok to add it to the fresh juice. But I'm not an expert.

Replied by Dixie
(Lake City, Fl)

I use 35% food grade and I find mixing it with 100% pure apple juice bought from the store kills a lot of the bleach taste and I have read a lot of articles about when to take it and what to use while distilled water is the prefered method, 100% pure juice and milk is also ok to use.

Replied by Arnu
(San Diego, California)

Hydrogen peroxide to the ACV and baking soda solution.

If Ted could take a look at this section and clarify it for some people that would be great. in his list he does NOT mention the combinination of Apple Cider Vinegar, with baking soda and HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, I found it in another section and placed it copied it.

02/08/2007: Fran from Houston, TX writes: "Can I add few drops of good grade hydrogen peroxide to the ACV and baking soda solution, twice a day? Thanks"

Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "No. Hydrogen peroxide will neutralize the vitamin C and other organic compounds in the apple cider vinegar. It is best taken for hydrogen peroxide with water alone, or at least 6 hours apart.

The reason is simple, hydrogen peroxide is an oxidant, while apple cider vinegar and baking soda is an antioxidant.

You can however, mix drops of hydrogen peroxide with baking soda in a drinking water. It creates a more alkaline form of peroxides which can also detoxify the body of accumulated poisons built up in the liver.

H2O2, Juices

Posted by Michal (Winfield, Il) on 06/15/2012

Hi, I believe I have systemic candida b/c I have (coated tongue, numerous yeast infections etc. ) and had some dental implants and was prescribed antibiotics. What juices, aside from Aloe Vera, can be mixed with H202. There seems to be vitamin C in most juices. I have a wheatgrass juicer that also juices vegetables and I've done carrot juice with it but I avoided wheatgrass w/H2O2 b/c of Vitamin C. I also put it in coconut water.

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