From the December 2002 Idaho Observer:
Better living through hydrogen peroxide
by Bill Munro
Hydrogen Peroxide is the most over looked chemical used by man. New uses are coming to light every day. Bad bugs, be they in your garden or your body, cannot live in an oxygen-rich environment.
At 69 years old my muscles were so tight that to get out of bed I would have to lay on my stomach and back myself off the bed until my feet hit the floor, then push down on the bed to straighten my back before being able to stand up. I knew there had to be something out there that would correct this bad situation.
One morning while having coffee with a friend I asked to take a look at a few of the books he had brought with him. The one that stood out to me was O2xygen Therapies. As I was scanning through the pages, I became more interested. I asked him if I could take it home. It was a week before I got back to the book, but when I did, I was convinced hydrogen peroxide was what I was looking for.
Now how was I going to get it into my system? The book gave three choices. The first was to put 8 to 10 drops in an 8 oz cup of water and drink it four times a day. Second was to put a pint of 35 percent hydrogen peroxide in the bathtub and soak for one hour once a week. The third was to go to a doctor for intravenous infusion once a week. None of these had any appeal to me.
After a week or two I decided that the easiest and most efficient way was to inhale the three percent hydrogen peroxide through my mouth and into my lungs. I just happened to have a nasal spray pump. I dumped the contents out and put in the three percent peroxide.
I decided to try one pump per inhale, four times daily. That went on for about a month. As I was laying down for a short rest, I noticed that I was breathing freely. No forced inhale or exhale. That was the first thing I noticed while inhaling the peroxide. Now I inhale two times in the morning and two times at night. While deeply inhaling, I pump the pump as many times as I can -- usually eight to 10 pumps each inhale.
My wife and I have been inhaling for nine years now and do not get colds, sore muscles or aches and pains. I am 78 years old now and take no medication or vitamins. My lungs don't give out when I work in my garden, and do other things around the house. (My house is 160 years old, so the work never stops).
One of the first people who used the peroxide as I do was very interesting. He had a low self-esteem. I found out that he was on kidney dialysis. I discussed the peroxide several times with him. Finally one day I went to his house with a nasal spray pump. He opened it, poured out the contents and filled it with three percent hydrogen peroxide. He sprayed it into his mouth and into his lungs. I said, You know how to do it, and I left.
Three days later I called him to see if anything had happened. He said that he could breath easier. Four days later he called me so excited all he could say was, It's working, it's working!
I asked him what he did. He told me he woke up about one hour and a half before normal and was coughing up all the bad stuff that was in his lungs. He went back to bed then woke up and said he had not felt that good in years. From that time on his spirits have always been good and his voice is cheerful.
Two people told me that after four or five years of using the peroxide they stopped. I asked them why and they both said they did not get sick and they didn't think it was working. (You can make that judgment). Another friend goes to the doctor for pacemaker check ups and the doctor tells him the peroxide will not help him but it will not do him any harm, either.
Next month we will discuss how I use hydrogen peroxide to control mosquitoes and increase the health and vitality of the trees and plants in my yard and the vegetables in my garden.
For 19 years, Bill Munro has been researching the cornerstone of our freedom, the right to own property. His website at www.landrights.com is one of the most informative and user friendly resources available on the subject of property ownership.
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