Can DMSO Be Mixed with Peroxide and Inhaled?

Posted by Richard (Flint, Michigan USA) on 02/27/2009

dmso and emphysema: a question for Ted, could dmso be mixed with hydrogen peroxide and inhaled to dissolve tar in the lungs?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
03/07/2009
384 posts

No! A DMSO can never be mixed with hydrogen peroxide if inhaled. DMSO will neutralize the hydrogen peroxide. DMSO is used for COPD. A hydrogen peroxide is used for clearing bacteria and excess fluids out of the lungs. They are used separately and for a different purposes.

Replied by Jim
Fairfield, IA
07/03/2009

My mother has COPD and was prescribed by a doctor a solution of hydrogen peroxide and DMSO which is added to glutathione for inhalation using a nebulizer. The doctor prepares the H2O2/DMSO solution and sends it to my mother which she adds to the glutathione prepared by a compounding pharmacy. This treatment has been used by this doctor for several years with excellent results and my mother has seen improvement even after only 1 week of using it 3 times/day.

Replied by James
Silver Creek, Georgia, Usa
09/25/2010

Hi Jim. I was intrigued with what you stated about your mother who has COPD and gets a solution of H2O2 DMSO from her physician to be compounded with glutathione by her pharmacist for use in a nebulizer. And, that this has helped your mother after just one week, and the physician has been having good results with this combination for several years. I also have COPD and would like to know the name of her physician in order to contact him for possible similar therapy. Thanks, James

Replied by Mindy4704
Nesqahoning, Pa, Usa
07/16/2011

i would like to also know the name of the dr because I am also struggling with emphazima

Replied by Gerry
Davie, Florida
08/24/2011

Hi, Jim from Fairfield I also have Copd and was also hoping to get the name of the Doctor and his number# that is helping your Mom. Hope all is getting better with Mom.

Replied by Charles412
Indianapolis, In
11/23/2017

Hi Jim, I too have Emphysema COPD Mild case right now More Info would be great.


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