This article amazed me. I'm sold. I've been using 3% solution hydrogen peroxide for my itchy ears. I bought the purest that could find. It came in a little special plastic dropper bottle. I put drops of it onto a cotton swab, then swab my ear with it. It stings just a little, and I can hear bubbles,...but it stings in a good way, and the bubbles means that it's potent enough to be working. So, having had a good experience with hydrogen peroxide for my ears, I was delighted to see that there are even more uses for it. Message me if you want to buy from my same source. I don't have any relationship with them. It's just a good source. I've read that hydrogen peroxide (as from grocery stores) can have several additives that I wouldn't want any of you to use or ingest.
By Andrea Harper Guest Writer for Wake Up World Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is the only germicidal agent composed only of water and oxygen. Like ozone, it kills disease organisms by oxidation! For this reason, Hydrogen peroxide is considered the world’s safest all natural effective sanitizer. Hydrogen peroxide kills microorganisms by oxidizing them, which can be best described as a controlled burning process. When Hydrogen peroxide reacts with organic material it breaks down into oxygen
P.S. Read the rest of the article by clicking on the link above! P.S. P.S. Always check the solution. It might be 3%, 5%, 17.5%, 50%, etc., so be careful that you dilute it with the purest water you can find, according to the strenght you need for the application.
Yes, please do. But I will explain what happened to me. The aide at the nursing home stuck her wet, soapy, gloved fingers in my ears (simultaneously) when she was giving me a shower,...twice! It was horrible. And since I was holding onto the arms of the shower chair with both hands in order to stay in the chair, I couldn't defend myself. There were people in that nursing home in "quarantine", probably with staph infection. My ears started itching after that. I begged the ear doctor to give me a lavage, but no one ever came. (Another resident did get one, but they never came for me.) The itching persisted, even a year later, after I was home. A few drops of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide on a cotton swab has done wonders for me. But, I do have very good, reliable, finger dexterity, and I'm careful.