This is a hypothesis of the functions of peroxide. When we are young, we burn a very hot metabolic fire with high utilization of oxygen. With age we accumulate toxins, drugs, allergies, and infections that block the pathways that utilize oxygen. The body shifts to alternative pathways to derive energy, such as fermentation. This is a less efficient process that also forms organic acids as a byproduct. A resultant drop in tissue pH (increase acidity) along with a drop in tissue oxygen content renders changes favorable for abnormal cell growth as well as persistent infection. Under these conditions enzymes and immune function are not great. This can lead to fatigue, pain, mental fog, slow metabolism (weight gain), allergies, etc.
Nebulized peroxide is an efficient route of getting this oxygen utilizing catalyst into the body via the rich network of blood vessels in the lungs. This is not as strong a treatment as IV peroxide but it may be enough of what you need. It certainly will help maintain catalytic activity between IV treatments. Oxygen utilization is a balance. You want oxidation at “60 mph, not 10 mph, 110 mph”. I view peroxide as the “gas pedal”. For those who are sensitive, a little goes a long way. Start with 1 inhalation of 1 cc’s of our prepared peroxide solution per day x1 week. If all goes well, step on the gas slowly by gradually increasing the frequency of the peroxides. If tolerated, increase to 1 cc twice daily for 1 week. Still doing well, may increase to 2 cc twice daily. At this point, contact the office to advice nurse how your treatment is tolerated.
Measure 1 cc of peroxide in a syringe (or present dose). Unscrew the nebulizer handheld Jet unit. Squirt the peroxide into the small bowl unit. Plug the hose from the bottom of jet unit into the air pump. Turn on the air pump and a mist will come from the mouthpiece. Place the mouthpiece in your mouth and breathe in slowly. At full inhalation, hold your breathe for a 2-4 count to allow absorption in the lungs. If you are treating colds or sinus problems, you can also alternate breathing through your nose. Do not mix your own peroxide, this can be dangerous.
If you feel bad after the peroxide, flu like symptoms, headache, fever, diarrhea, fatigue, etc, this is too strong a catalytic stimulation wit peroxide and you need to call the office and speak to a nurse.