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Nebulizer Use Ratio?

Posted by Mona (Ionia, Iowa) on 04/02/2007

Can anyone tell me if you could put the peroxide in a nebulizer and at what ratio. Could I combine it with DMSO?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

A maximum safe concentration for internal purposes generally used a 0.5% concentration, that includes for aerosols, nebulizers, humidifiers or in drinking water. In event H2O2 is combined with DMSO, DMSO is instantly changed to MSM (methylsulfonylmethane). Therefore you won't have any DMSO, just MSM. The differences between an MSM and DMSO is one extra oxygen, which apparently the hydrogen peroxide provides. Therefore I wouldn't combine them with DMSO, unless I wanted some MSM.

Replied by Kris J.
Cocoa, Fl

Everything I read on web differs. I'm aware to dilute 35%food grade H2O2. Many say use full strength, I wouldn't, or use .50%, which I can't find. (Don't understand how to dilute even 3% to .50%.) Have 3% and 35% Food Grade. I have Severe COPD. I've used method found in "One Minute Cure" in Vaporizor! Felt GREAT!! Breathing Fantastic!! BUT, threw me into painful intestinal Detox:living alone, I could NOT handle.!!! Been SEARCHING forever to find safe way to use in my Nebulizer! Can someone Please help?

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe

Kris J., can you put MUCH less in your nebulizer for a start?