Hydrogen Peroxide Treatments for COPD

By Perry B Latest Activity February 20, 2011 at 1:04 pm Views 11,279 Replies 23 Likes 6

Perry B

Has anyone heard of, or known anyone using Hydrogen Peroxide treatments..??? Their seems to be many uses, and many positive comments about it, but their are just as many negative, predominantly in the medical field..??? Before I start shooting it in my veins, I am going to try a few drops in my humidifier on my concentrator..??? My Dr is coming on Wed, I will talk with him about it, and post any results..!!!

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  • bigquinn
    bigquinn July 25, 2013 at 3:20 am   

    as far as I know hydrogen peroxide turns back to water after it fizzes out I been using it in my humidifier and it definitely clears your lungs and it also brings healing to lung disease as well I have heard that injections work from the inside out and that it will cause your lungs to fizz from the inside out which would push the stuff out a lot and clean your lungs. I have experienced a great deal of coughing up black stuff after I used hydrogen peroxide in my humidifier I just stopped smoking for good and am currently experimenting with hydrogen peroxide which is going very well so far, thanks.

  • winterfalls
    winterfalls December 1, 2011 at 12:11 pm   
    Edited December 1, 2011 at 12:11 pm by winterfalls

    oh yea the statin drugs prescribed for him caused the cirrhosis and he is now taking policosanol supplement for replacement.

  • winterfalls
    winterfalls December 1, 2011 at 12:07 pm   

    hi i am new here but would like to say all that totally trust doctors opinions need to realize the traditional docs do not study the alternative natural meds so they do not have a clue. after all the docs that prescribed the meds for my dad are responsible for his cirrhosis of the liver . i got him taking milk thistle and he has greatly improved. however he has copd and we are starting the peroxide. their is no hope it seems anywhere in the traditional medical field so what does he have to lose? medical docs will not make money if there is a cure for a lot of diseases so why would they post positive on natural? (most not all)…some do know all too well that natural remedies work but will not tell you as my dad when going back to all of his docs told them he was taking milk thistle 90% of them said they heard it was good but yet none recommended and sent him home for a vacation and spend time with family for the last days.

  • MauiMedicineMan
    MauiMedicineMan June 26 at 7:20 pm   

    Medical doctors cannot recommend this treatment without having double blind, controlled studies to rely on. If they recommend it and it fails, they can and will be held legally liable for any and all injuries.

    This is not to say that I don't believe it doesn't work. Healthcare professionals don't recommend or thoroughly study alternative treatments because of liability, not because they personally profit from traditional medicine. I've seen some fantastic claims by alternative medicine "experts" that, on the surface, seem to make sense. When one looks into the physiological factors of these "cures", they find that it is not absorbed by the GI system, does not penetrate to the proposed area of activity, is broken down by natural enzymes in the system, etc. When one is placing their livelihood and professional reputation on the line, they become rather conservative as to what they will recommend.

  • krazykev101
    krazykev101 August 2, 2011 at 11:47 pm   

    I just joined and I am 49 Yr Old with astha, smoked 30 years and still smoking. I am finding alot of info here. TY all.

  • JB1950
    JB1950 July 28, 2013 at 1:53 am   

    I finally quit after 44 years. Using the e-cig and it worked for me where nothing else did. Yes I'm still getting nicotine, but not all that other poison. It's worth a try. There are some out there less than $20. Good luck!

  • Jeannie Holmes
    Jeannie Holmes August 3, 2011 at 9:39 am   

    Glad you are here with us. HUGS

  • bpnelson2810
    bpnelson2810 March 10, 2011 at 11:15 am   
    Edited March 10, 2011 at 11:18 am by bpnelson2810

    I use a small amount of 3% hydrogen peroxide in my nebulizer. It does help on those "bad days". As far as "shooting" it there are numerous doctors listed through links, on Google, that specialize in hydrogen peroxide injection therapy. There are many positive testimonials as to the out-come.

  • JB1950
    JB1950 July 28, 2013 at 1:53 am   

    Do you use it with nothing else in the nebulizer?

  • [deleted]
    [deleted] February 26, 2011 at 2:22 pm   

    In your post you stated you were seeing your doc on the 23rd. What was his thoughts?

  • Jeannie Holmes
    Jeannie Holmes February 21, 2011 at 3:34 pm   

    According to the artlcle you don't shoot it, you inhale it. This whole thing is a bit scarey! I would talk to the doctor about it.

  • Phonse65
    Phonse65 February 21, 2011 at 1:01 pm   

    SHOOTING IT!! Hello! Girl you have more sense than that. If I were you I'd get two "professional" opinions. The kind from doctors. Whoops I'm a Dr. just not in medicine. For you 2 MD's, please!
    just alec

  • yonya reiss/reiss
    yonya reiss/reiss April 1, 2011 at 12:13 pm   

    How long before u all qiut smoking when u found out ? I am at the beginning stages . I just went through kemo from brest cancer i think this weakened my lungs Dr. Is that true? I'm cancer free and now got this an't that a b.

  • Jeannie Holmes
    Jeannie Holmes April 2, 2011 at 7:41 pm   

    I stopped smoking 3 years ago and was dx about 6 months later.

  • jhafling
    jhafling February 21, 2011 at 11:26 am   

    I gargel with Hydogen Peroxide twice daily for several years and haven't been down with a cold since I staerted.

  • kahuta
    kahuta February 21, 2011 at 11:23 am   

    never heard of it either but will definetly look this one up

  • kirk12751
  • MainEvent
    MainEvent February 24, 2011 at 3:37 pm   
    Edited February 24, 2011 at 3:39 pm by MainEvent

    Hi there. I just read several articles that you included on the site you included and I find it fascinating. I would like to try using H2O2 but I'm terrified. It just seem as though this doesn't belong in your lungs and definitely not in your veins. I believe others have been helped. Is there anyone here that has tried it and could shed a little more light on it. I guess I'm afraid this is a temporary thing and maybe will cause harm in a year or so.

  • Jameesa
    Jameesa August 3, 2011 at 1:52 pm   

    Check with your doctor…

  • tinydancer23
    tinydancer23 February 20, 2011 at 9:48 pm   

    I think you are doing the right thing by asking your doctor about this!I have never heard of it!

  • Jeannie Holmes
    Jeannie Holmes February 20, 2011 at 7:08 pm   

    I've never heard of that one. Will have to look it up

  • Perry B
    Perry B February 21, 2011 at 9:10 am   

    Their is a lot of info on the internet, I was hoping to talk to someone who had actually tried it..???

  • kittenpurr1
    kittenpurr1 February 20, 2011 at 9:29 pm   

    Never heard of that either. Would check the net and a few medical opinions should let you know

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