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Anyone with lingering breathing / chesty cough problems might want to check out 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide.
Inhaled through a nebuliser is the best way but some of us use a simple atomiser and sharp intake of breath for a quick fix..
Some reckon it’s all you need to treat Rona .
Dr Mercola suggests reducing the concentration to 1% and add some Lugols iodine .
What the nebulised hydrogen peroxide does is to elevate the oxygen levels across the entire lung tissue area and give an instant boost to the area that needs it, with any left over going into the bloodstream for further transfer to where it’s needed.
Its the equivalent of time in a hyperbaric chamber with elevated oxygen, at almost no cost.
I have seen people with real bad chesty coughs that sounded like they were going to get to pneumonia get a really good turnaround and a good friend of mine has kept his 85 year old mum going for years on nebulised peroxide daily, having been a heavy smoker all her life and with severe emphysema. He also persuaded her to avoid that needle and the pharmaceutical products her doctor offers.
There are a few ways to deliver / boost oxygen levels and this is what the immune response is seeking to do via the bloodstream.
Im not medically trained but I have avoided pharmaceutical products for more years than I care to think about, ever since the doctors failed us with the first baby being allergic to lactose, which was being delivered via breast milk .
I have sought to find and test alternatives that we have access to and do not recommend anything that I have not had first hand experience of . And yeah , that includes ivermectin
Really good advice. I have a nebulizer that I use with hydrogen peroxide when something is trying to clog my chest up. For me, the issue is seasonal allergies. My grass allergies are "completely off the charts". That is an exact quote from the last ENT I saw. I also have 45 lush acres to keep mowed. Doh! So, for me, my Neti pot is my best friend. I use a combination of Neil Med Neti pot solution, three drops of grapefruit seed extract, and two drops of Lugol's iodine solution in one cup of distilled water. Using this solution regularly in my sinuses, this past summer was my best allergy season yet. I also take NAC daily.