Hydrogen Peroxide as a Natural Remedy: Benefits and Precautions - Ted's Q&A

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With Multiple Issues, Can I Still Do Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy?

Posted by Judy (Torrance, Calif, Usa) on 01/27/2012

TED, I am hoping you can answer this, I know you are extremely busy.. I have a low white count 3.2. , and have had this for some time.. I have asthma, arthritis everywhere, macular degeneration (dry), 2 TKRs. Also, looking at posssible shoulder surgery. I also have LARGE vericose veins, from mid-thigh to ankle.. I want to start the Hydrogen Peroxide therapy. I was hoping to use our natural well water. (110' down) I take, selenium, folic acid, garlic, areds, lutein, zeaxanthin, vit c, d3 (10,000) a day, magnesium, zinc and kelp. I also use a nebulizer once a day/albuterol sulfate 0.083%. I was hoping you could send to my email.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

A lot of asthma issues are due to a fungus, and are treated accordingly. The best one against the fungus is B3 niacinamide 250 mg 3 times a day, and 500 mg before sleep. This will also help with the arthritis, as both asthma and arthritis are due to fungus anyway, that was not considered in your supplements. White cell blood counts are rather easily raised up with lysine 1000 mg x 3 take hourly for a month, and zinc acetate or zinc gluconate 25 mg for a month with copper chlorophyllin once a day will usually help. MSM is commonly used to help arthritis 1000 mg x 3, and macular degeneration is low in antioxidants, vitamin E, lycopene, taurine. But what helps most will be DMAE, but must be careful as it causes side effects (strange ones), so therefore it is taken very low dose say 1/16 teaspoon a day, with the vitamin E and EDTA 100 mg if possible. DMAE is known to reduce lipofucsin, but in so doing it releases free heavy metals which is why vitamin E and EDTA will lessen the impact, but this may not be considered taken intially once the fungus is out of the way first!


Replied by Heavenly

I've been researching 35% hydrogen peroxide (food grade) for my 3 year old son. He suffers from asthma way too often. He uses the nebulizer with albuterol treatment. I have tried to eliminate dairy & gluten in the past, which helped a little but not enough. Any information you could send me I'd appreciate. Thank you.

Replied by Steve

Check out Dr. Jonathon Wright's research on curing asthma. Go to http://greenmedicineonline.com/glossery.html and down in the Diseases/Disorders section click on Asthma. I like that he splits up and indexes segments of his radio shows so that you can search by topic. It is a great resource! Listen to the 4 segments from Nov. 6,2010.

Back in 1931 a doctor discovered that low stomach acid showed up in 80% of kids with asthma. Another doctor found the value of vitamin B12 in treating asthma. Dr. Wright provided info that showed how the low acid and inability to absorb B12 were related. Cow's milk and sometimes soy can bring this on. The bottom line is that B12 is extremely safe, and giving large doses resolved most patients' asthmatic wheezing. In part 4 he discusses other important nutrients that address the entire asthma condition. On the 12-7-2016 Enriching Gifts telecon I got further insight: children with low HCL don't digest well, so the protein coagulates around the red blood cells, lowering oxygen circulation. B12 quickly creates billions of red blood cells, increasing oxygen capacity. In fact, you can take B12 just before athletic activities to improve performance. So take digestive enzymes and B12 (or a good B complex) with meals to help with asthma.