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searching101
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Jan-08-16, 04:59 AM (CST)
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"H2O2 12% Food Grade Dosage Amounts"
 
   Hello all, I live in Europe. Due to recent restrictions regarding over-the-counter chemicals, the highest legal food grade hydrogen peroxide available to purchase is 12%. I'm doing a lot of research regarding dosage. According to "The One-Minute Cure" and all other resources, the ideal "curing" dosage to build up to is 25 drops, 3x a day.

Now here is where I need a little help. My basic approach to this is 12% x 3 = 36% so I am guessing that multiplying all factors by 3 will match the generally agreed upon dosages. Thus, my goal should be 75 drops, 3x daily, of 12% food grade H2O2. Does this make sense or am I missing something in my reverse dilution mathematics?

I ask, because I have just recently started, 4 days ago with 6 drops, 3x a day (which would equal only 2 drops, 3x a day of 35%) and it's already kicking my butt. I'm exhausted, my mouth tastes like bleach all day long, I have no appetite, I can't sleep at night... I'm not even "on the board" yet but I can't imagine 75 drops of this stuff. Any and all advice welcome.

*anyone wishing to discourage/debunk/dissuade me from using H2O2, please do not reply. I'm looking for dosage information and positive reinforcement only, not soap boxes. Thank you!


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Jan-12-16, 06:13 AM (CST)
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1. "RE: H2O2 12% Food Grade Dosage Amounts"
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   Can I bump this? Anybody out there?


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2. "RE: H2O2 12% Food Grade Dosage Amounts"
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   Ok, all quiet out there. Well, I believe I have answered my own question and I will share it here for the next European oxygen seeker:

General internet research tells me that one liquid drop is defined as 0.05 mL.

36% dilution inside 0.05 mL will contain 0.01800 solute (or 'pure' H202 in this case)

12% dilution inside 0.05 mL will contain 0.00600 solute (or 'pure' H202 in this case)

and therefore

36% dilution inside 0.15 mL (3 drops) will contain 0.01800 solute (or 'pure' H202 in this case)

So using 3 drops of 12% for every 1 drop of 35% in the generally-accepted dosage charts (One-Minute Cure etc) will come out the same in the end (with a marginal difference of 0.0005 solute in 36% compared to 35% commonly found in the U.S.)

If you don't trust my math, feel free to work your own magic. I found this site very helpful: http://www.physiologyweb.com/calcula...alculator.html

By this logic, you can multiply your 3% or 6% appropriately. However, it is vital, of course that one use FOOD GRADE H2O2, in my non-medical-advice-giving opinion. I'm currently on 24 drops 3x daily, the equivalent of 8 drops a day using 35% food grade H2O2. My end goal will be 75 drops 3x daily, the equivalent of 25 drops at 35%. I'm eager to see what kind of results come. Best of luck to all.


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3. "RE: H2O2 12% Food Grade Dosage Amounts"
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Hi,I missed your original posts by months as I seem to only check in here occasionally now. I'm not sure mixing two different drops of different rates of dilution will work since adding volumes of the same mixture would only come out to more volume of the same mixture composition according to chemistry. You would need to make the mixture in the first place starting from the separated amount of solute and solvent. But I don't think it matters as this "treatment" is most likely advertised bs to prey upon herpes cure hopes. Sorry I used to have more hope but I've tried this and other "cures" and realized they were all scams. The info I got originally didn't even say where to digest it or spray it. Now I hear stories about using the h2o2 in a spray bottle on the lower back instead. Good luck.


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