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November 23, 2010

A Simple, Inexpensive Trick to Cure a Cold?

Topics: Health Issues

Like many others, I'm apparently on the email list of Dr (I don't recall ever signing up for it but have found it interesting enough to stay on it). Even though my own background is in immunopharmacology, I find his natural and alternative approach to medicine to be much in line with my own views. Today's email offers what he describes as a simple, inexpensive trick to curing a cold - and it is indeed both simple and inexpensive - and having personally used it in the past ... I can attest to the fact that it indeed works:

Hydrogen Peroxide: A Simple Trick to Beat a Cold

I don't advise over-the-counter medications, but one simple treatment you can try that is surprisingly effective against upper respiratory infections is hydrogen peroxide.

Many patients at my Natural Health Center have had remarkable results in curing colds and flu within 12 to 14 hours when administering a few drops of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) into each ear. You will hear some bubbling, which is completely normal, and possibly feel a slight stinging sensation.

Wait until the bubbling and stinging subside (usually 5 to 10 minutes), then drain onto a tissue and repeat with the other ear. A bottle of hydrogen peroxide in 3 percent solution is available at any drug store for a couple of dollars or less. It is simply amazing how many people respond to this simple, inexpensive treatment.

More on what you can do to recover from a cold and prevent one in the first place - here...

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Posted by Richard at November 23, 2010 10:51 AM

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