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PART 2-Personal Uses for 3% & 4.5% food grade H2O2
Athlete's foot: H2O2 can be used full strength as a foot bath for athlete's foot. (Diabetics have found relief from circulation problems by soaking their feet in 1 pint of 3% or 4.5% food grade H2O2 mixed with 1gallon of warm,
distilled water for 30 minutes nightly.)
Children: In 1927 Richard Simmons, M.D. hypothesized that colds and flu virus enter the body through the ear canal. The medical community dismissed his findings. According to Dr. Simmons research, and contrary to what
you may think or have been taught about how you catch the flu or a cold, there is only one way that you can acquire this air-born infection; and that's via the ear canal. It is not through the eyes, nose, or mouth, as most have believed.
Giving a child one or two drops of hydrogen peroxide in each ear at the first sign of infection, may shorten the duration of the illness (some of my clients are using a q-tip soaked in H2O2 to swab the ear).
I encourage you to use 3% food grade H2O2, when you choose to follow this practice. I say this because theoretically, this is the equivalent of using H2O2 as a mouthwash; something the FDA has already approved. Note; It may make a gurgling sound in the ear so its important to prepare the child for what is coming and explain to them the benefit of the practice.
Deodorant: Saturate a cotton ball with 3 % or 4.5% food grade H2O2 and rub it on your armpits. You can also use a sprayer for this application.
Douche: Add five to six tablespoons of 3 % or 4.5% food grade H2O2 (maximum) to one quart of distilled water.
Drinking Water**: Add 1 to 1-1/2 teaspoons (5ml to 7.5ml) of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide (this will reduce the strength to about .006% H2O2) to one gallon of distilled water. I use this formula for my regular drinking water (about eight, 8 ounce glasses of water a day) and find it very refreshing (read caution at the end of this paper.)
Enema: Add up to four tablespoons (2 ounces) of 3 % or 4.5% food grade H2O2 to one quart of distilled warm (103į F) water.
Facial: For rejuvenation and freshening your face after washing; saturate a cotton ball with 3 % or 4.5% food grade H2O2 and gently rub on the face and neck.
Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)*
Mouthwash & Gargle*: On arising rinse mouth with water, then gargle and wash mouth with H2O2 , swishing for about 60 seconds. This practice may also help to whiten your teeth. (Note: a dash of chlorophyll can add flavor.)
Nasal Spray: A tablespoon of 3% or 4.5% food grade H2O2 added to 1 cup of distilled water can be used as a nasal spray. Depending on the degree of sinus involvement, one will have to adjust the amount of peroxide used. Ihave seen some who can use it at the full 3% strength and others who had difficulty with using a few drops and mixed with a cup of distilled water.
Purging: There are two different purging schedules (oral use of food grade H2O2 ***) available for anyone interested in learning about this procedure. Both of these programs have proven effective for some people who were coping-with chronic disease and/or with parasite infestation (candida and/or round worms [Ascaris lumbricoides]). It is extremely important for you to familiarize yourself with all the procedures and restrictions involved, should you choose to consider using the oral therapy approach. may be one of the most closely guarded secrets in the health care industry. I feel this way because this knowledge has been available for over a hundred years. Why hasnít it been discussed? What would happen if people were able to treat minor infections successfully at home?