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H2O2 How to apply hydrogen peroxide therapy

How to Apply H2O2 therapy

Supplement H2O2 therapy with Antioxidants

You are strongly advised to take antioxidants when applying any H2O2therapy - to protect your healthy cells. These include Vitamins A, C, D and E, Co-enzyme Q10, and antioxidant minerals: selenium, zinc, copper, manganese and sulfur. (most contained in a whole food, dietary supplement, such as “Green Drink”). However, to prevent interference with the oxidative nature of H2O2 therapy you should not take antioxidants within 2 hours of treatment.

Which kind of H2O2 should I use?

Most store-bought H2O2 is 3% pharmaceutical grade suitable for use in external therapies, and household and horticultural applications - It is, however, NOT suitable for internal use, since it contains chemical stabilizers, which you do not want in your body. For any application putting H2O2 inside the body (E.g. Nebulizing, oral consumption and using DMSO as a penetrant to carry H2O2 through the skin and into the blood stream), you should use FOOD GRADE H2O2:

How to obtain a 3% FOOD GRADE Hydrogen Peroxide solutionfor internal use

If an application requires any other strength than 3% H2O2:

✔ For a concentration < 3% add appropriate amount of distilled water

✔ For a concentration > 3% DILUTE a 35% FOOD GRADE hydrogen peroxide -be aware that this strength solution can be dangerous and should be handled as if you are in a professional laboratory

Warnings, Storage and Handling of 35% Hydrogen Peroxide

How to dilute a solution


Application methods

Side Effects of H2O2 Therapy

Herxheimer Effect - when detoxifying the body with H2O2, a "die-off" effect is observed, called the Herxheimer Effect. This can be mediated by drinking lots of water;

Herxheimer Effect

H2O2 will destroy the body's flora (good bacteria) if used in the vagina or intestines - You will therefore need to re-establish your flora with a high quality probiotic supplement.

Probiotics -“For Life”

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