Burning Throat From Inhalation
Hello, I just wanted to comment on the inhaling of the hydrogen peroxide.I feel that peroxide is wonderful for oral hygiene and general mouth care. However, when I tried the inhaling method of 3% with the pump spray, it started burning my throat after the second day and made it raw. At this point, I needed to stop. I feel that this could have been a great way to get the body rejuvenated by inhaling the oxygen into the lungs, and I did get my sinus infection knocked down a bit, but the burning from the peroxide was too much to handle. I was pumping 5 times a day with 6 sprays. Maybe there is a better way to get the oxygen- a smaller dose? Joey
Joey: Your 3% H2O2 concentration for inhaling is way too high. The preferred concentration for inhaling is only between 0.5% to 1% concentration of H202. You need to reduce by at least 1/3 to 1/4 the concentration of what you are doing now! Reduce the dose accordingly.
I like the burning. I use 35% FG H202 and ratio it down to 11:1 distilled water to 3%. I spray a mist six times several times a day. I am really messed up. Smoked for years. Vaped. So healing now. I used to do IV H202 alternative medicine nurse IV therapist chelation therapy etc.. I was young but did do EDTA for over 100 txs over years. All my docs have died. Prosch, Rozema,