peroxideHydrogen Peroxide 3% has been known to assist in your overall health with application to the ear…

What else is 3% hydrogen peroxide good for? You can make your kitchen a safer, cleaner place and eliminate bacteria, without exposing yourself or your family to toxic chemicals which also damage the environment. You can use a simple, safe disinfecting spray which is more effective than any of the commercial cleaners in killing bacteria. In addition, it’s inexpensive.

Just use the regular 3% Hydrogen Peroxide, the same strength available for disinfecting wounds or gargling. You’ll also need some plain white vinegar or apple cider vinegar and 2 clean spray bottles.

When cleaning fruits or vegetables, simply spray them well with both the vinegar and the hydrogen peroxide, and then rinse them off with clean water. It doesn’t make a difference which one you use first. There won’t be any lingering taste of hydrogen peroxide or vinegar, and neither is toxic to you even if a small amount were to remain on the produce.

The sprays of hydrogen peroxide and vinegar do an exceptionally good job at sanitizing counters and other food preparation surfaces such as wood cutting boards.

In tests performed at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, combining the 2 mists eliminated virtually all Salmonella, E. coli bacteria or Shigella on heavily contaminated foods and surfaces when used in this manner, making this spray combination more effective at destroying these potentially deadly bacteria than the commercially available kitchen cleaners. This is effective and a lot safer than using chlorine bleach.

In one study, the best results were obtained when one used one of the sprays right after the other – this method was several times more effective than using either mist by itself and more effective than mixing both liquids in one spray bottle.

Another idea is to keep your toothbrush in a glass of hydrogen peroxide in between brushings.

Hydrogen Peroxide is cheap and you can buy it just about everywhere. No brand is any better than another. When I travel I make a point of getting a fresh bottle and using it to disinfect the areas in the bathroom. The hotel staff cleans the rooms after each guest, but I think a few cents of added protection is well worth it.

If you’d like to learn more about hydrogen peroxide and health, I recommend the book Hydrogen Peroxide: Medical Miracle, by William Campbell Douglass.

This is an important health resource book for the home., April 10, 1999
Reviewer: 
A reader
This book cites frequent research statistics for the use of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) going back over a hundred years. The efficacy of H2O2 to fight bacterial infections is well documented. The author also explains how the human body requires more oxygen than is now available in our atmosphere.

The author also gave many case examples of how H2O2 was used to help patients with a variety of illnesses.

This reader suffered from acid reflux for years, and tried everything from OTC antacids to the latest and most expensive prescription antacids, none of which helped much.

After reading elsewhere that acid reflux was believed to be caused by bacteria, I drew my own conclusions, and started taking 10 drops of H2O2 three times a day in a glass of water. After three weeks I realized I wasn’t bothered by the acid reflux anymore. That was four years ago and I thank Dr. Douglas for writing this book.

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