Hydrogen peroxide is an effective antiseptic used to fight pathogens. A growing body of evidence shows that it may offer health benefits for your respiratory system when nebulized. Nebulizing alters medications and therapeutics from liquid to mist. Inhaling hydrogen peroxide through a nebulizer may improve your respiratory system and help you regain your overall well-being when you are sick.
Let’s take a look at nebulizing, hydrogen peroxide, and the benefits of nebulizing hydrogen peroxide. Read further for steps on how to use nebulized hydrogen peroxide as well as information on nebulizing glutathione, nebulizing silver, and the Brownstein protocol.
How hydrogen peroxide works
Hydrogen peroxide releases a negative oxygen ion that breaks down the integrity of the cell membrane in bacteria, fungi, and other pathogens. This kills bacteria and pathogens and decreases the microbial load. Our immune cells produce hydrogen peroxide as part of their defense system against pathogens.
What is nebulizing?
A nebulizer is a device that transforms medications or therapeutics from liquid to mist, which enables you to inhale it into your lungs. Nebulizing allows you to inhale the medication or therapeutic directly into your respiratory system.
The benefits of nebulizing include:
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