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I posted this about my regimen of nebulising antivirals back on January 23rd.

"I've been snorting C at the first sign a sniffle and follow up nebulising with a mix of C, Eucalyptus and Tea Tree oil for a few years now."

 

Looks like others are doing similar...

 

Vaporized hydrogen peroxide has long been considered effective in removing viruses. Researchers in 1997 discovered that the compound could completely inactivate a range of exotic animal viruses.

"Experts said inhaling the vapor using a nebulizer has been the most convenient to receive hydrogen peroxide to fight viral infections. The microscopic mist can easily reach deep into the nostrils, sinuses and lungs, which are commonly affected by respiratory diseases like COVID-19.

“Effective hydrogen peroxide nebulization quite literally, ‘chops the head off of the snake,’ and the virus present elsewhere in the body can then readily be mopped up when the new virus influx has been terminated,” Levy said."

 

 

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3 hours ago, JackieO said:

I posted this about my regimen of nebulising antivirals back on January 23rd.

"I've been snorting C at the first sign a sniffle and follow up nebulising with a mix of C, Eucalyptus and Tea Tree oil for a few years now."

 

Looks like others are doing similar...

 

Vaporized hydrogen peroxide has long been considered effective in removing viruses. Researchers in 1997 discovered that the compound could completely inactivate a range of exotic animal viruses.

"Experts said inhaling the vapor using a nebulizer has been the most convenient to receive hydrogen peroxide to fight viral infections. The microscopic mist can easily reach deep into the nostrils, sinuses and lungs, which are commonly affected by respiratory diseases like COVID-19.

“Effective hydrogen peroxide nebulization quite literally, ‘chops the head off of the snake,’ and the virus present elsewhere in the body can then readily be mopped up when the new virus influx has been terminated,” Levy said."

 

 

 

Ahh, bleaching the lungs

Personally, I wouldn't want to inhale H2O2 outside a controlled medical setting because it can be toxic

 

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3 hours ago, JackieO said:

I posted this about my regimen of nebulising antivirals back on January 23rd.

"I've been snorting C at the first sign a sniffle and follow up nebulising with a mix of C, Eucalyptus and Tea Tree oil for a few years now."

 

Looks like others are doing similar...

 

Vaporized hydrogen peroxide has long been considered effective in removing viruses. Researchers in 1997 discovered that the compound could completely inactivate a range of exotic animal viruses.

"Experts said inhaling the vapor using a nebulizer has been the most convenient to receive hydrogen peroxide to fight viral infections. The microscopic mist can easily reach deep into the nostrils, sinuses and lungs, which are commonly affected by respiratory diseases like COVID-19.

“Effective hydrogen peroxide nebulization quite literally, ‘chops the head off of the snake,’ and the virus present elsewhere in the body can then readily be mopped up when the new virus influx has been terminated,” Levy said."

 

 

Did any of them stand up and back the Bad Orange Man when he off the cuff suggested something along those lines? 

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