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TED'S OPINION ON INHALATION METHOD?

Posted by Darrel (Toronto) on 09/07/2006

What is Ted from Bangkok's opinion on the hydrogen peroxide inhalation method? Thanks.

[EC: Darrel is referring to Bill Munro's method.]

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Dear Darrel: It is important to know that this method could potentially save lives, especially when people are suffering from serious complications of pneumonia and their immune system is down. People often die of pneumonia as you get older. Usually it is a result of a fungus/or other bacterial organisms making home in your lungs. The inhalation method is fast and goes directly to the nasal passages and the lungs.

It is important to realize that a virus/bacteria can enter three major areas, the nasal passages, the throat and the lungs. You might be surprised to find that I categorized the lungs separately as if it can enter directly to the lungs without having passed through the nose ore the mouth. But in reality, this is what happens, tiny microbes goes into your nasal passages without crashing into any part of the nasal cavities, going directly to the lungs and take refuge and build a nice but deadly fungal colonies.

Once the initial colonies are formed they can form in any one of the areas such as nose, throat, inner ears, and lungs. When this happens you have to take appropriate measures to find out which system works best for you.

Frequently, at least this is my experience, the viral organism frequently take refuge in the nasal passages, But with sanitized hands, and avoiding touching the nose, the virus can still enter by way of the mouth and throat when you eat food. To stop the virus bug in the mouth, is very easy just use H2O2, for example as a mouthwash and gargle. But the problems exist in killing virus in both the nasal passages and lungs.

This is where you have to consider the use of homemade weak H2O2 sinus sprayed (properly salinity concentrations). However, the problems still exists if the virus or fungus made refuge in your lungs. There is several inhalation method you can consider, fumigation, direct inhalation, and humidifier system that I am aware of. Of course I also use the skin application of H2O2 through the body also, at reasonable concentration of course.

You must consider that there are also several H2O2 hybrid systems as well, such as using H2O2 only, H2O2 plus colloidal silver, H2O2 plus vinegar, and H2O2 plus sodium carbonate. These list should cover most of the infections. I am currently experimenting with the use of food preservative to rid of fungus in the lungs from pneumonia.

In my opinion inhalation is an important one, and I suggest you try to use it as a prevention of the more deadly flu and pneumonia. However you must also need to consider the use of other systems for more effective coverage, e.g. nasal sprays, aerosols, fumigation, etc. needed to completely kill the pathogens. Ted

Dear Darrel: It is important to know that this method could potentially save lives, especially when people are suffering from serious complications of pneumonia and their immune system is down. People often die of pneumonia as you get older. Usually it is a result of a fungus/or other bacterial organisms making home in your lungs. The inhalation method is fast and goes directly to the nasal passages and the lungs.

It is important to realize that a virus/bacteria can enter three major areas, the nasal passages, the throat and the lungs. You might be surprised to find that I categorized the lungs separately as if it can enter directly to the lungs without having passed through the nose ore the mouth. But in reality, this is what happens, tiny microbes goes into your nasal passages without crashing into any part of the nasal cavities, going directly to the lungs and take refuge and build a nice but deadly fungal colonies.

Once the initial colonies are formed they can form in any one of the areas such as nose, throat, inner ears, and lungs. When this happens you have to take appropriate measures to find out which system works best for you.

Frequently, at least this is my experience, the viral organism frequently take refuge in the nasal passages, But with sanitized hands, and avoiding touching the nose, the virus can still enter by way of the mouth and throat when you eat food. To stop the virus bug in the mouth, is very easy just use H2O2, for example as a mouthwash and gargle. But the problems exist in killing virus in both the nasal passages and lungs.

This is where you have to consider the use of homemade weak H2O2 sinus sprayed (properly salinity concentrations). However, the problems still exists if the virus or fungus made refuge in your lungs. There is several inhalation method you can consider, fumigation, direct inhalation, and humidifier system that I am aware of. Of course I also use the skin application of H2O2 through the body also, at reasonable concentration of course.

You must consider that there are also several H2O2 hybrid systems as well, such as using H2O2 only, H2O2 plus colloidal silver, H2O2 plus vinegar, and H2O2 plus sodium carbonate. These list should cover most of the infections. I am currently experimenting with the use of food preservative to rid of fungus in the lungs from pneumonia.

In my opinion inhalation is an important one, and I suggest you try to use it as a prevention of the more deadly flu and pneumonia. However you must also need to consider the use of other systems for more effective coverage, e.g. nasal sprays, aerosols, fumigation, etc. needed to completely kill the pathogens.

[Read more about the inhalation method here.]

Replied by Jacob
Spokane, Washington
07/24/2013

Will the inhalation method work for a chronic pain issue?


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