Hydrogen Peroxide and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
July 12, 2009
Hydrogen Peroxide and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) July 12, 2009
Subject: Possibility of use for COPD?
From: Jim S.
Date: Sun, July 12, 2009
To: Ken Adachi
My name is Jim S. and I'm 65 yo. I smoked for 40 + years and now I have COPD and Emphysema. Would 35% H2o2 mix with Albuterol sulfate and Ipratropium Bromide in a nebulize or would it be better to use with distilled water in nebulizer. There is not much the medical community can do for me therefore, I'm doing this for myself, my wife and family. Would very much appreciate an answer good bad or indifferent.
First, realize that you--and I do mean YOU -- can cure any disease with the right information and a dedication to applying yourself. You're not on your last leg and just a short hop and skip into the Big Box at the local funeral emporium (unless you WANT to shuffle off at this time. Personally, I'm having a good time and prefer to hang around for a few more decades). Your inner desire to live and enjoy life has a lot to do with how long you live. You can cure disease with your mind alone, you know.
This is not medical advice, by the way. I'm telling you what I would do if I had your situation. See the health care specialist of your choice for medical advice (I decided a few decades ago that my health care specialist of choice was me).
Let's be sure you begin on the right foot: We're not going to use 35% hydrogen peroxide, we're ONLY going to use 3.5% hydrogen peroxide (that's three point five percent). You would be EXTREMELY unhappy if you attempted to inhale 35% peroxide, trust me. You don't want to do that. We'll only use 3.5%, OK?
You should read the articles on my site from Bill Munro. He used 3% hydrogen peroxide in a small nasal sprayer and inhaled the mist and cleared himself of lung cancer when he was in his late 70's He's about 89 today and still going strong without a hint of cancer.
Personally, I would not use any drug in the sprayer. I would only use 3% hydrogen peroxide or a 50/50 mix of 3% hydrogen peroxide and colloidal silver or just distilled water until I gradually built up the number of inhale sessions and then gradually I would switch over to full 3% hydrogen peroxide.
You can use the same nasal sprayer for spraying 3% peroxide into each nostril. I would do only one spray per nostril until I got used to it. You can also spray peroxide into each ear 3 or 4 times.
Here's a few more simple ideas to absorb some hydrogen peroxide into your body.
After showering , towel off lightly, and then spray a mist of 3% hydrogen peroxide all over your body (but not your hair which will turn blond) I use a pump handle sprayer (like you see on Windex) in a 16 oz bottle that they sell hydrogen peroxide in at the drugstore.
Buy a few gallons of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide from Guardian of Eden in Texas and put 2-3 cups in a warm bath of water (about half filled) and soak for 20-30 minutes. Scoot down into the water so it covers your chest.
(to make 3.5% peroxide, you take 9 parts of distilled water and add to one part of 35% food grade peroxide)
Get a room nebulizer such as the ultrasonic types which produces an instant mist, yet uses no heat. Put either 50/50 3% peroxide and distilled water or fill it up with 3% peroxide and breathe that mist while sleeping. Start slow and easy. Place the mister in a outside hallway and keep the door open. You need to get used to this GRADUALLY. Over time, bring the vaporizer into the room where you sleep. If you cough too much, then cut down the mixture to 50/50 peroxide and distilled water. The idea is to be able to sleep comfortably but still breathe a steady, tiny TRICKLE of fine misted peroixde into your lungs. You'll cough a lot in the beginning and bring up a lot of junk, so you need to start very gradually and build up to 3% concentration.
If you got an ozone machine, you could make and drink ozonated water daily. Also take a teaspoon of ozonated olive oil daily, and breathe the mist from ozone that is first bubbled through olive oil.
I would get Hulda Clark's books (http://educate-yourself.org/cn/huldaclarkbooks.shtml) and also the book on hydrogen peroxide by Dr William Douglass. If you can find someone in your area who administers hydrogen peroxide intravenously, you will speed up your recovery process.
Taking MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane) might be a good idea as it has a reputation for re-building cells walls back to their original elasticity. You can get that at a health food store.
From reading Hulda's book, you will find that daily zapping will also help, as you have ascaris worms in your lungs--for sure-- and possibly in other organs. Read Hulda's books, You'll learn everything you need to know to recover your health.
Let me know how you're doing after a few weeks.
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