Sunday, February 5, 2012

35% Fresh Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide

35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide - Gallon

FOOD GRADE HYDROGEN PEROXIDE has been used for more than a century as a defense against microorganisms that invade our immune system. . Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) has one atom of oxygen more then water. It's that simple, just oxygen and water. Every cell in our body is trying to manufacture its own hydrogen peroxide. This helps to fight off bad bacteria, viruses and cleanse the body. Most viruses and bad bacteria can not live in a highly oxygenated body. So why are we sick? With our polluted air, water and food supply, we are getting less oxygen into our bodies then 100 years ago. Our bodies are clogged with toxins from head to toe. Many adults are not getting the oxygen they need to keep their bodies healthy and active. Food grade Hydrogen Peroxide in a natural and inexpensive way of helping the body receive the oxygen it needs to get healthy and stay healthy. Hydrogen peroxide is a popular and effective natural therapy.

Hydrogen peroxide feeds good bacteria and kills bad bacteria!!!
Some of the uses of Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide include:
Cuts, Scrapes and Open Sores -This is the old traditional treatment for open cuts and sores. The procedure consists of applying Hydrogen Peroxide to kill any infection.
Acne – Applied with a cotton swab it will dry up the acne. A moisturizer should be applied afterwards to restore some of the natural moisture of the skin as the Hydrogen Peroxide will dry out the area surrounding the acne.
mouthwash – A mild solution can be used as a mouthwash. This will kill bacteria that causes bad breath as well as help prevent Gingivitis. At the same time it will whiten your teeth.

Remove Ear Wax – A weak solution put in your ear will help in the removal of hardened ear wax.
Athletes Feet – You can use a spray bottle to apply to affected areas of the feet. This will kill the fungus causing the athletes feet.
Colds, Flu – Gargling a weak solution will kill the germs causing these illnesses.

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