Subject: Nebulizer Inhaler to inhale H2O2
From: Joe (South Africa)
Date: Mon, January 3, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
Dear Ken, I have been diagnosed with Chronic Phneunomia and have had 8
series of Anti-biotics since April 2010 - to no avail.
I have started drinking H2O2
3.5% diluted in a glass of water.
Can you please advise if you would recommend using a Nebulizer [mask over nose and
mouth] to inhale the vapourised H2O2 .
I am very positve about getting healed and I want to speed up the process by getting
the H2O2 directly to where the problem is!
I can't advise you since the government calls that giving medical advice, but I can tell you what I would do if I had your situation. I would read the article linked below and watch the video of Bill Munro to see how easy it is to inhale hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).
I've been inhaling it with the little nasal pump sprayer for a couple of years now and I always saw an improvement in nasal breathing and sinus clearing. I would also cough up some mucus in the first 30 minutes following the inhales, as the peroxide will attack pathogens in the lungs and blood stream.
I always used 3.5 % peroxide in my nasal sprayer (sometimes I added colloidal silver as well) and initially started with a single inhale. The next day, I would try two inhales and then after a couple more days, I would increase it to three inhales, etc.. I found that 6 or 7 inhales was plenty and it would seem to clear out stuff for an hour or more. Bill Munro was taking 11 or 12 inhales per session because he was fighting lung cancer, but I found 6 or 7 to be enough for me since I really didn't have a lung problem.
A nebulizer delivers a steady, fine mist so you have to gauge the concentration of peroxide to the amount of water you mix with it to see how much trouble it is to breathe the vapor. I've added H2O2 and colloidal silver to the tank of an ultra sonic room vaporizer and left it running all night. If it causes you to cough, then the concentration is too high.
If you have pneumonia, then you need to zap daily. Get a zapper or get a function generator which you can set to the frequency of the bug causing the problem. Zapping will kill off the Streptococcus pneumoniae that is causing the infection.
The killing frequency bandwidth of Strep. pneumoniae is 366.85 kHz to 370.2 kHz if you have access to a function generator.
If not, you should consider getting a zapper like the MST. Get the ES jack so you can use hand electrodes and place them across your lungs from side to side and from front to back.
You should be zapping for HOURS each and every day.
Read The Cure for All Diseases to find out what else to do to get rid of that infection. It's ridiculous having such an infection linger in this day and age when it's so easy to clear them with the information in Hulda Clark's books.
Taking long term antibiotics is a huge mistake. It is compromising and reducing immunity in more ways than one. Very short term antibiotic use is OK if it's absolutely necessary in order to resolve a dangerous situation, but long term is not good. Study Hulda's books and you won't have to take antibiotics again in the future.
Keep me posted.
Happy New Year, Ken
Subject: Hydrogen Peroxide
From: George (Germany)
Date: Tue, January 4, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
I am writing to you from Germany.
I have read the articles on your website about the use of hydrogen peroxide.
I have been asking in drugstores for it, but all they could offer was the peroxide
in medical grade, which probably is the technical grade. They had it in 3 and 30
Asking for the food grade peroxide arouses suspicions about what is one intending to
do with it and why the medical grade would not suffice.
Since it is so unstable, they reply that it would only hold for a very short period
of time, even if they were able to acquire it. I can not argue with them on that
What I was offered was stabilized peroxide, medical grade. Phosphoric acid is used
for stabilizing it.
How can one attain the pure, food grade peroxide, which you have mentioned in your
notes as editor, and store it for a longer period of time?
It was said, that one had to make the peroxide each and every time, since it
volatilizes after a couple of hours.
Also, if one had to stick with the medical grade peroxide, what other, organic
agents should have been used for stabilizing it instead of the phosphoric acid?
Some of the information you were given is not accurate. Hydrogen peroxide will slowly lose its concentration over time when stored at room temperature, but to say that it's highly volatile and will boil off in a few hours is not true at all.
You can slow down the rate of loss by refrigerating the peroxide. It loses about 1/2% per month of total concentration when refrigerated. So, if you are storing 35% grade hydrogen peroxide, the total concentration will diminish by 0.5% each month.
Stabilizers are added to slow down the peroxide concentration loss when stored at room temperature so it will have a longer shelf life in warehouses and on drug store shelves. The stabilizers aren't added for your benefit; they are intended to extend shelf life. Phosphoric acid is a very common stabilizer for hydrogen peroxide. You're drinking phosphoric acid whenever you drink a can of Coca-Cola or Pepsi. so don't worry too much.
Food grade is fairly clean, but reagent grade for ultra clean washing of electronics is even cleaner. "Medical" grade likely refers to the commercial stuff that we buy in drugstores here. They mean EXTERNAL medical application, so it will include stabilizers. It can be used for inhaling, but food grade is cleaner for long term application. Bill Munro has been using ordinary peroxide from the drug store and he cured himself of lung cancer, so it's not a huge concern.
The Florida company where I buy 35% food grade peroxide from, Guardian of Eden, say that they will only ship to the lower 48 states in North America and Canada, but not to any other country. They always ship by land, and never by air.
I have to find companies in Europe where Europeans can buy 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide and post them on my web site. I'm sure they must exist. Perhaps someone will e-mail me from europe and tell me of European hydrogen peroxide sellers of 30 or 35% food grade.
Addendum: I did a little searching on the internet and found a company in the U.K. that sells 35% food grade hyrdrogen peroxide. The outfit is called Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide, H2O2 (http://www.food-grade-hydrogen-peroxide.co.uk/)
They offer free shipping within the U.K. I assume that they will ship to other countries in Europe and perhaps other continents as well. They offer a link to a tutorial on taking drops of H2O2 which you can read at this link:
The protocol they use is the one recommended by Dr David G. Williams. His protocol uses 35% food grade drops of H2O2 mixed with water and gradually increases the dosage to 25 drops per day by the 16th day. Personally, I would start with 3% food grade and build the drops up VERY gradually to see what you can handle comfortably. You are taking these drops on an empty stomach and IT'S NOT EASY to handle even 10 or 11 drops of 35% food grade peroxide. Dr. Willaim Campbell Douglas is more conservative on dosage than Dr Williams, and puts a cap of 10 drops of 35% H2O2 per day as the upper limit. There are studies with mice that show the induction of stomach cancers with RELATIVELY low concentration of H2O2. That's not to say that mice studies automatically correlate to human effects, but you shouldn't ignore the data. Personally, I think it's SAFER to INHALE 3.5% food grade rather than ingest it. I think you get more benefit and incur less risk via inhalation. That's just my OPINION, of course, and it's not a recommendation.
I urge every reader to obtain "Hydrogen Peroxide, Medical Miracle" by Dr William Campbell Douglas II before embarking on oral ingestion of drops of hydrogen peroxide. You need to study this subject carefully and become informed before jumping in.
From: Ivan P
Date: Tue, January 4, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
A company called Aaron Laboratories sells a 'food grade' 3% H202 - $1.79
a pint...discovered it at our food coop...appears to have no additives...
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