It is widely believed that the primary physical cause of ALL illness is linked in one way or another to oxygen deficiency. Due to our quality of air, modern lifestyle and diet we require an oxygen supplement. A highly oxygenated body ensures good health!
We make no medical claims other than reporting it is well documented that viruses and bacteria can not exist in an alkaline highly oxygenated environment.
This would obviously include Viral and Bacterial infections such as - Bronchitis - Colds & Flu - Cold Sores - Fungal Infections - Sore Throats - Persistent Coughs - Wound Care - And many more
Our preferred method for administering H2O2 for those wanting to increase oxygen levels is through using a nebuliser or a humidifier. Using a humidifier every night is an excellent way to oxygenate the lungs and body. Quite simply - let the lungs do what they were designed to do - oxygenate the body.
Hydrogen peroxide demonstrates broad-spectrum efficacy against viruses, bacteria, yeasts, fungi and bacteria spores. Generally, greater effects were seen in Gram-negative than in Gram-positive bacteria (Block 2001). Our data cannot be easily compared with results cited in papers because of the variable contact times, assay temperatures and directions for use claimed. Our results confirmed the bactericidal effect of hydrogen peroxide between 1.56% (±0.68) – 2.75% (±1.52) for Gram-negative bacteria and 3.58% (±1.3) – 12.5% (0) for Gram-positive bacteria. Concentrations between 1% and 5% hydrogen peroxide are generally indicated in food washing treatments to reduce microbial populations on alfalfa sprouts, cantaloupe, melons or asparagus for a few minutes of contact time (Parish et al. 2003). For example, a previous study investigating the efficacy of 2.5% and 5% hydrogen peroxide washing treatments by submerging melons during 5 min found that these treatments caused a 3 log10 CFU cm2 reduction in Salmonella spp. on all melon surfaces (Ukuku 2004). The same conclusions were reported by Abadias et al. (2011) and Alexandre et al. (2012), and these last authors reported that the highest total mesophile reductions (2.26 ± 0.38 and 1.59 ± 0.41 log units) were reached after washing of strawberries with respectively 5% and 1% chemical solutions of hydrogen peroxide.