Fungal Emphysema Treatment

Posted by Lynne on 11/06/2006

Dear Ted, I wanted to get in touch with you on emphysema remedies forum/. A guy name Jack wrote about a remedy that I would like to try. I have questions and don't know where to get it. Have you heard from Jack, as he hasn't been around for a while. I didn't know where to get the herbs he recommended. Also you mentioned acv and hydrogen peroxide for emphysema/ I have Questions :
What is ACV?
Where can I get 1% hydrogen peroxide.
Do I inhale it? Like in a steam pot? Is it safe ?

I think you mentioned that it was good for FUNGAL EMPHYSEMA which is what I think I have..... I am 19 only and have never smoked but have chronic Lyme Disease and have used long term antibiotics for 2.5 years which caused a candida overgrowth. I don't exactly have the real emphysema BUT have symptoms that 100% mimic it and I think it's from the fungal overgrowth in my lungs! I feel my immune response is causing a destruction to my lung tissue and alveoli and I can't EXHALE. It gets worse every few months and right now over 60% of my lung capacity has diminished. This began a year ago and I called my Lyme doc who thinks it's candida from the abx. A year ago my lungs would not exhale I'd say 10%. The 6 months ago it was 25% so I did an Xray which was normal. Now fours months later I am at 50% --- My lungs won't stretch and recoil. I just can't exhale, I can't push that breath of air out!!! My lungs are stiff and they are not elastic anymore. Everytime I catch a cold I think I will suffocate. It is awful suffering. I have a deep wheez and a hollow sound in my lungs when I exhale. I feel like I am suffocating. I need advice on natural remedies for this . Your post gave me hope. Help please Lynne

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Dear Lynee

What is ACV? ACV is a nickname earthclinic uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

Where can I get 1% hydrogen peroxide. Do I inhale it? Like in a steam pot? Is it safe?

Drug stores will sell 3% hydrogen peroxide, and you just have to dilute them with water and use it in humidifier. A 1% concentration I have never had problems with. However if it is anywhere above 2% then it is not safe. Safety is determined by concentration of the peroxide. I inhale it using a humidifier. If it gets too drying, lower the concentration by 1/2. If you do not have confidence in such use than start with only 0.5% which is one half of one percent.

If you want a near 100% safety, then I would try eucalyptus oil, it has been done for ages, using steam, humdifier, aerosol etc. Apparently we forgot that great grandmother's recipe still works the best.

Research study also shows eucalyptus oil can kill certain fungus found in humans, in the lungs of a fungal streptococus. So if put in a humidifier (if it doesn't dissolve the plastics), used for inhalation can be used as a good substitute.

I would prefer to add 5% camphor powder, if you can find one to help remove the fungus faster. This is good for your Fungal Emphysema.

But then hydrogen peroxide and ozonation of your room is just as good. It doesn't matter if it is a mycoplasma, or a fungal streptococcus, they kill the same. Usually chemtrails can be a real problem, so stay out of the way.

used long term antibiotics for 2.5 years which caused a candida overgrowth.

If you know what you are doing it shouldn't take more than 3-4 months for a cure. But then on the other hand, most don't. Take some zinc acetate will help. Just take it 50 mg only weekly.

The body will cycle from high copper to high zinc cycle so that the candida will have a hard time adjusting itself. Some lemon oil or orange oil taken internally do really help reduce internal fungus, they also kill parasites (helicobacter pylori and fungus organism) although it is hot, just one drop per glass of water, would be benign. It is absolute minimum, although therapeutically it may be much higher needed.

Taking some oral disodium EDTA will chelate most minerals, chinese parsley and artimisia (only 3 day per week) will deprive the candida of the needed iron.

The candida is somewhat weak in presence of sea salt (for inhalation at 1% sea salt), but I suspect it is weak in certain mineral salts, at the moment I haven't found with complete certainty, however, I do know the best mineral salts so far is copper chloride and chromium chloride.

To be safe, 1% -2% copper chloride is applied externally for transdermal absorption, while 25 to 50 mg of chromium choride can be easily taken internally.

It is not done to resolve your deficiency it is used as an antibiotic salt.

Chromium, copper, and zinc and the newer mineral salt, sodium tungstate and sodium vanadate will deprive them of the needed sugar that candida needs to grow.

I haven't found all the biological terrain needed for a complete kill but I do know that lavender oil do work well, when applied transdermally on skin or used along with eucalyptus oil (50:50) in inhalation to kill the fungus in the lung. Even my dogs like it and it cured him of wheezing lungs. There are others, such as inhalation using salts of ammonium chloride at 1-5% concentration used in a humidifier too. Choose the concentration that you are best confortable with. There are many practical ways to do it.

Everytime I catch a cold I think I will suffocate.

Vitamin A, vitamin E, evening primrose oil, and some flax seed oil taken orally on alternate weeks should help reduce that. Don't forget to take 1000 mg of sodium ascorbate. Vitamin B complex should help strengthen your energy level, so just take the 100 mg. kind, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8,, at 100 mg. each, except for B12 at 100mg.

These should help your condition, at the very least 50% within the week.

Replied by Lynn
Bangkok, Thailand

Dear Ted how do you dilute the peroxide, I mean how do you know you've diluted enough? Thanks sincerely, Lynn.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Lynn: You dilute them by adding more water. If the H2O2 3% 1 liter bottle, and you add 1 liter of water and mixed together you will have 1.5% H2O2. If you want easy calculations, then:

C1 = Beginning concentration of H2O2. In decimal points
Amt1 = Beginning amount of liquid in milliters
C2 = Ending concentration you desired. In decimal points.
Y = The amount of water you should add in milliters

The general formula is: [(C1*Amt1)/C2]-Amt1=Y

Assuming 35% is your H2O2 so it is .35 If ending is 3% is your H2O2 it is .03

(.35*1000)/.03) - 1000 = 10667 cc Or 10.67 liters of water is added.

For inhalation purposes, you may desire a 1% ending solution, but your beginning concentration is 3% and you plan to use only 500 cc of H2O2 3% then the formula is as follows:

If you plan to use only 500 cc of H2O2 3%, the the calculations would be thus:

((.03*500)/.01) - 500 = 1500 cc

This means you add 1500 cc of water to get a 1% H2O2 concentration.

If you plan to use 1000 cc of H2O2: ((.03*1000)/.01 ) - 1000 = 3000 cc of water This means you add 3000 cc of water to get a 1% H2O2 concentration.

This is one of those FAQs I get all the time. Ideal concentration for inhalation, or aerosol use is probably 1% is o.k.

However if you plan to use if for drinking, the maximum concentration is 0.5%, but the preferred concentration should be about 0.1%. Using the formulas shown just plug into the equation. In this case if you plan to use 500 cc of 3% H2O2, you will need to add some 15000 cc of water or 15 liters. The formula would look like thus:

((.03*500)/.001) - 500 = 15,000 cc

The above is a formula for 0.1% concentration of H2O2.

For external purposes to apply on skin problems a concentration between 1% to 1.5% concentration is acceptable. In my opinion a 3% is too powerful for most external skin application. However, in the event of infection or cuts, a 3% concentration has always been traditionally acceptable.

People will have different sensitivities, and in event you do have a problem, just reduce the concentration by one half, being the general rule of thumb.

For your conditions, consider using some colloidal silver taken internally as per package instructions.