Hydrogen Peroxide Cures

h202-featuredDid you know you can use Hydrogen Peroxide to treat arthritis? Apparently you can use it to treat a number of ailments, including cancer and COPD. Funny, most of use people over fifty were used to seeing our mothers treat open wound with it when we were little, but I've been reading it as a lot more uses. A google search will return a lot of results, but one in particular you don't want to miss consists of a warning about taking it internally.  Then I ran across other articles about people using it to help with chronic sinutus. These people are using a mixture to spray up their noses.

My understanding is  there is a food-grade version of Hydrogen Peroxide you can buy that some people ingest, albeit carefully at first. You have to let your system build up to it. My recommendation would be to consult your doctor first to make sure you have the right type; there are several grade of it. Keep in mind that the FDA warns consumers not to drink high-strength grade that is used for medicinal purposes.

Hydrogen Peroxide Cures (Miracle Healers From The Kitchen) by Sharon Daniels details a lot of uses. She says she has used hydrogen peroxide to treat a range of conditions – everything from chronic fatigue immune disfunction syndrome (CFIDS), migraine headaches, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis and more. Many people who have been troubled by lung disease (including bronchial asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and emphysema) have found their breathing easier and had their energy restored by a course of hydrogen peroxide treatments.

The Kindle version of the book is free for the next 24-48 hours as part of an Amazon promotion. It's a great eye-opener to see what all it's been used for, but the title may be a little miss-leading.  It doesn't include cures, as in recipes for people who might be inclined to mix their own concoctions. It just tells you what it has been used for in the past as cures for various ailments.  As always the onus is on you to do your due-diligence to research the options further and the consult with your physician before self-administrating anything that could have an adverse effect -- including death.

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