In our purifying context, hydrogen peroxide has the virtue of being a practical bactericide, an effective deworming resource and above all, an efficient oxygen provider.
Since hydrogen peroxide is simply water with an extra oxygen atom, upon entering the body it releases said atom and raises the oxygen concentration, which proves its germicidal, virucidal, antiseptic, disinfectant and deodorizing properties.
The use of hydrogen peroxide is simple and reliable, provided that qualities (food grade) and dosages are respected (use only 3%), being hardly contraindicated in transplant patients, since the PH stimulates the immune system and this can generate rejection towards the organ "foreign" to the body. Although its field of application is very vast, here we will deal mainly with its use as an effective bactericide and dewormer.
In the same way, we refer only to the internal use of food grade PH 3% (10 volumes), not advising the internal use of pharmaceutical grade hydrogen peroxide (it is only for external use), as it contains chemical stabilizers such as acetanilide, phenol, sodium stannite and tetrasodium phosphate. Even more toxic is beautician grade hydrogen peroxide, used in hairdressers to lighten hair, as it contains stabilizers such as bleach.
In his book "Human aging, oxygenation", the Brazilian chemical engineer Francisco Antunes provides precise indications about its administration for ingestion: "In the bloodstream, the PH is decomposed into water and free oxygen, considerably increasing its level in blood plasma . You can start by using 10 to 20 drops of 10-volume hydrogen peroxide daily, diluted in a glass of water that should be drunk away from meals. A dose of 10 drops of PH 10 volumes, corresponds to 20cc of pure oxygen that is introduced into the body and is released in the reactions that occur within. It is easy to check the absence of contraindications in this simple mechanism, since there is no intoxication, intolerance or any negative action. In curative or preventive treatments it is recommended 1 to 5 drops of PH 10 volumes, every five kilos of the patient, increasing or reducing the dose depending on the results ”.
Due to its oxidizing and annihilating effect on pathogenic microorganisms, the use of PH can (and should) generate a certain depurative crisis, the magnitude of which will always depend on the general state of the person. This is not a bad sign, on the contrary; are the symptoms of the so-called Herxheimer effect. The body is simply discarding dead pathogens and deep cleaning itself. There may be diarrhea and sometimes a nauseous sensation may occur. The person will feel much better after the diarrhea, which is not caused by any bacteria or viruses, nor is it a side effect. You should not take any anti diarrhea; diarrhea will go away on its own when pathogens have left the body. There may also be episodes of itching, eczema, intestinal gas, etc. They are all manifestations of the deworming effect.
Another use of food grade hydrogen peroxide is the purification of water of doubtful origin during trips or walks. To be sure, just add a few drops and wait a few minutes before drinking, in order to eliminate any harmful bacteria. In this sense, and in order to avoid confusion, it is worth clarifying that PH does not harm the beneficial bacteria in the body (intestinal flora), since they are aerobic and therefore benefit from an environment rich in oxygen. The damage is suffered by anaerobic microorganisms.
Ways to use hydrogen peroxide at home:
1. A tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide, used for gargling diluted in a little water, kept in the mouth for a few minutes and then eliminated, kills oral germs, whitening the teeth.
2. Keeping toothbrushes in a hydrogen peroxide solution prevents the proliferation of bacteria that cause gingivitis and other oral problems.
3. A little hydrogen peroxide on a cloth, disinfects surfaces better than any other product; excellent for use in kitchens and bathrooms.
4. Food handling utensils can be disinfected after use, with a little hydrogen peroxide, which kills any bacteria or germs, including salmonella.
5. Applied to the feet, it avoids fungal problems that cause disease and bad odor.
6. Applied to wounds, it coagulates bleeding, prevents infections and helps in healing; even in cases of gangrene.
7. In a mixture of equal parts with pure water, it can be dripped into the nose, in case of colds and respiratory congestion; it only needs to be held for a few moments and then blown, which kills germs and other harmful microorganisms.
8. A little hydrogen peroxide in the bath water helps to keep the skin healthy, and can be used in cases of mycosis or fungi.
9. Clothes that require disinfection (towels, handkerchiefs, etc), or those in contact with bodily secretions and blood, can be totally disinfected if they are soaked in a solution containing hydrogen peroxide, before normal washing.
10. In the case of seeds that may contain fungi or aflatoxins, just soak them for 20 minutes in water with a few tablespoons of PH, rinsing afterwards.