Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

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Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory HealthNebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

Hydrogen peroxide is an antiseptic agent that is used to fight pathogens. Increasing evidence suggests that it may be beneficial for your respiratory health when nebulized. Nebulizing changes medications or other therapeutic agents from liquid to mist. Inhaling hydrogen peroxide through a nebulizer may help you improve your respiratory system and regain your health quicker if you are feeling unwell.

In this article, you will learn what nebulizing is. You will learn what hydrogen peroxide is and its uses. I will discuss how functional medicine doctors are using nebulized hydrogen peroxide. You will learn about the benefits of nebulizing hydrogen peroxide. I will discuss several scientific studies on the benefits of nebulizing hydrogen peroxide. You will learn the steps of how to use nebulized hydrogen peroxide. I will also share some additional options for nebulizing, including the Brownstein protocol, nebulizing silver, and nebulizing glutathione.

Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

What is Nebulizing?

A nebulizer is a piece of medical equipment that changes certain medications or therapeutic supplements from a liquid form to a mist, allowing you to inhale it into your lungs. Nebulizing helps to quickly administer the medication or supplement directly into your lungs. Nebulizers have a mouthpiece or face mask to put over your face to inhale the mist through it. The therapeutic agent then goes straight into your respiratory system and lungs—exactly where you need it to take effect. 

Nebulizers are often recommended for people with asthma or other respiratory issues. They may be used for acute respiratory infections. As you will learn from this article, nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide is a safe way to naturally support your health if you have a respiratory infection.

Nebulizers are highly affordable. Home nebulizers start at around $50. They are typically large and must be plugged into an electrical outlet. Portable nebulizers are slightly more expensive, but because they are small and battery-powered, they are an excellent option for folks with a busy lifestyle.

Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

What is Hydrogen Peroxide?

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a mild antiseptic agent that is made up of two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms. Hydrogen peroxide releases oxygen when applied to affected areas, which causes foaming action. This is because the blood and most living cells contain the enzyme catalase, which attacks hydrogen peroxide and converts it into water (H20) and oxygen (O2).

The oxygen free radicals have a negative charge that interacts with pathogens and damages their cell walls. This helps to destroy bacteria, clean areas, and remove dead skin cells. Your white blood cells make and use hydrogen peroxide to fight bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other pathogens.

Hydrogen peroxide has long been used as an accepted, safe, and affordable disinfectant for surfaces, cuts, scrapes, burns, and minor wounds. It may also be beneficial as a mouth rinse that helps to relieve canker sores, gingivitis, and other minor mouth irritations, and reduce mucus. Furthermore, hydrogen peroxide may be beneficial for your sinus-, lung-, and overall respiratory health.

It turns out that the friendly bacteria in the mucous membranes of your lungs, sinuses, nose, mouth, digestive system, and urinary tract thrive in environments that are rich in oxygen. Hydrogen peroxide is very high in oxygen which may help these friendly bacteria thrive but harmful pathogens to die.

Hidden Epidemic, a book by Dr. Thomas Levy published by MedFox Publishing in 2017, discusses the role of hydrogen peroxide in acute viral respiratory infections (1). Following the infection, your oral and nasal cavities stay in a low-grade infectious state with a biofilm of disease-causing colonies of viruses. 

As a result, they may persist chronically in your oral cavity, such as your tonsils. As pathogens get swallowed, the ongoing infection may also compromise the health of your gut, teeth, and gums. This may lead to ongoing oxidative stress in your gut and leaky gut syndrome. Dr. Levy argues that nebulizing hydrogen may be a way to tackle these infections.

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Doctors Using Nebulized Hydrogen Peroxide 

As prescription medications became more popular, the interest in the benefit of hydrogen peroxide declined in the 1940s. However, recently, there has been increased attention to hydrogen peroxide and nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide. Many functional medicine doctors, including Dr. Levy and Dr. Mercola, have been recommending nebulizing hydrogen peroxide.

Dr. Mercola recommends starting nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide the same day as you notice a respiratory infection coming on (2). He believes that nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide can be an effective mono treatment. However, adding vitamin D, zinc, and quercetin may be highly beneficial. 

Nebulizing H202 loses its effectiveness as the respiratory infection gets worse so it is important to focus early on and do it for 5–15 minutes at a time every waking hour. After you feel better, you can do it every 4–6 hours until you feel close to 100%. The goal is to stop the virus before it gets deep in the lungs where it causes severe inflammation and can progress to serious illness.

Dr. Levy has written extensively, including in his book, about nebulizing hydrogen peroxide for respiratory issues (3). He explains that nebulizing hydrogen peroxide may help to break down and inactivate viruses. He recommends daily treatments several times a day until a few days after you feel completely normal. He believes that nebulizing hydrogen peroxide may also be a great preventative strategy.

Dr. David Brownstein also recommends nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide in a scientific article published by the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK), Public Health Policy Inititiative (PHPI) in 2020 (4). According to this observational case series, nebulizing a hydrogen peroxide/saline mix with Lugol’s iodine seemed effective for respiratory infections. In this case series, patients received individualized treatment, and some were treated with intravenous hydrogen peroxide, vitamin C solutions, and/or intramuscular ozone.

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Health Benefits of Nebulized Hydrogen Peroxide

Nebulizing hydrogen peroxide may offer a number of health benefits, including respiratory, oral, and digestive health.

Improved Respiratory Health

One of the main benefits of nebulizing hydrogen peroxides is improved respiratory health. A 1996 study published in Respiratory Medicine found that nebulizing may be an effective therapy for respiratory and lung health (5). A 2020 review published in Medical Hypothesis found that hydrogen peroxide may be beneficial for viral infections (6).

Reduced Oral Pathogens

Nebulizing hydrogen peroxide may also help to reduce oral pathogens. A 1995 review published in the Journal of Periodontology found that hydrogen peroxide may help to reduce plaque and gingivitis (7). A 2016 study published in the Journal of International Society of Preventative and Community Dentistry found that hydrogen peroxide may help to reduce gingivitis in periodontist patients (8).

Improved Digestive Health

Hydrogen peroxide may also benefit your digestive health. A 2017 study published in Gut Microbes found that hydrogen peroxide may help to control pathogens in the intestinal mucosa (9). A 2020 study published in Cell Host & Microbe also found that hydrogen peroxide may help to reduce the microbial load in the gut (10).

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Studies on Nebulized Hydrogen Peroxide 

There have been a number of recent studies on the potential benefits of nebulized hydrogen peroxide. A 2016 study published in Food and Environmental Virology found that nebulizing hydrogen peroxide may be beneficial for various respiratory infections (11). A 2020 review published in Medical Hypothesis found that hydrogen peroxide may be helpful for viral infections (6)

According to a 2020 article published in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology said that using nebulized hydrogen peroxide may help to reduce the hospitalization rate related to respiratory infections (12). A 2021 case series published in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine found that nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide may be a beneficial option for respiratory infections (13).

Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

How to Use Nebulized Hydrogen Peroxide 

To get started with nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide, I recommend this Desktop Nebulizer. It’s important that you always use food-grade hydrogen peroxide. I recommend this Essential Oxygen Food Grade Natual Hydrogen Peroxide.

I recommend you make your own saline solution using the following instructions. You may also choose to purchase a quality saline solution, such as Modudose Saline Solution for Inhalation, but remember these come in 5mL so you need 47 doses to make it equal to 8 oz. It comes in 100 per box.

How to Make Saline Solution

  • Fill up a 8 oz. glass jar with purified water. It’s important that you don’t use tap water but purified water only.
  • Add 1/2 teaspoon of Himalayan Salt, Celtic Salt, or Real Salt.
  • Stir to dissolve.

How to Prepare Hydrogen Peroxide for Nebulizing

  • Add 2 teaspoons of 3% food-grade hydrogen peroxide to the 8 oz. saline water you just prepared or 8 oz. of Modudose Saline Solution for Inhalation. However, if you are starting with 12% hydrogen peroxide, add 1/2 tsp to 8 oz. of saline water
  • Transfer this mix to a glass dropper bottle.
  • You can keep this solution refrigerated for a long time, so I recommend labeling your bottle or jar.

How to Set Up Your Nebulizer

  • I recommend reading the instructions of your nebulizer carefully.
  • Connect the tubing to the nebulizer.
  • Open the nebulizer medicine container and add 2–3 mL which is 1–2 droppers full or about 1/2 teaspoon of your hydrogen peroxide and saline solution.
  • Put the mask on and breathe in the nebulized hydrogen peroxide solution.

Start nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide as soon as you start feeling unwell. Use it for 5 to 15 minutes every hour until you start feeling better. You may likely feel better within the first day. Once you are better, reduce nebulizing to every four to six hours until a few days after you are completely well.

Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

Additional Options

Besides nebulizing hydrogen peroxide, there are other substances that you may try nebulizing with to support your respiratory health naturally. I recommend the Brownstein protocol, nebulizing silver, and nebulizing glutathione.

Brownstein Protocol 

You may benefit from the Brownstein Protocol by Dr. David Brownstein for respiratory health. Dr. David Brownstein also recommends nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide in a scientific article published (4).

In an observational case series by the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK), Public Health Policy Inititiative (PHPI) in 2020, Dr. Brownstein and his team found that nebulizing a hydrogen peroxide/saline mix with 2 drops of 2% Lugol’s iodine. If you feel fine with that you can increase your dosage to 5–6 drops of the iodine.

The Lugol’s has potassium iodine and I personally recommend using a pure nascent iodine instead. So I prefer doing 3–6 drops of a nascent iodine such as Detoxadine Iodine to your hydrogen peroxide solution.

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Nebulized Silver

You may also benefit from nebulizing colloidal or nano silver for respiratory issues. A 2008 study published in the Journal of Royal Society of Medicine found that colloidal silver may be beneficial for lung health (14). A 2021 animal study published in the Journal of Equine Veterinary Science found that colloidal silver may be helpful for respiratory bacterial infections (15).

Follow these directions for nebulizing with colloidal silver:

  • Fill the medicine cup of your nebulizer with a non-diluted nanosilver up to the 2 ml mark. I recommend using Silver Spray for nano silver. Avoid using homemade silver as the particles are too large.
  • Following the directions of your nebulizer, turn it on, put the mask on, and inhale deeply. Hold it in for a second, then exhale.
  • If you have an acute infection, I recommend 6 to 7 minutes 3 to 5 times a day. Use it for about 6 to 7 minutes each session once or twice a day for prevention. If you are using it for lung regeneration, start it with one time a day.

Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

Nebulized Glutathione 

You may also benefit from nebulizing with glutathione for respiratory health. Glutathione is an antioxidant that can help to reduce cellular damage. A 2000 case report published in Alternative Medicine Reviews found that nebulizing glutathione may be helpful for emphysema (16). A 2005 study published in Free Radical Biology & Medicine found that nebulizing glutathione may be beneficial for lung health (17)

A 2008 study published in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine found that nebulized or aerosolized glutathione can benefit respiratory and lung problems (18). A 2015 study published in the Journal of Cystic Fibrosis found that nebulized glutathione may be beneficial for lung health (19). Glutathione can be especially good for helping to improve chronic lung diseases. 

Follow these directions for nebulizing with glutathione:

  • Set up your nebulizer according to the directions.
  • I recommend using Reduced L-Glutathione Plus for nebulizing.
  • Break 1 capsule of glutathione open. Pour the content of the capsule into the medicine cup of your nebulizer. Add about 1 teaspoon or 5 ml of saline solution or pure distilled water. Let it sit for a bit until the solution looks perfectly clear.
  • Once ready, put the mouthpiece on and begin inhaling. The treatment of 1 capsule lasts for about 4 minutes.

Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

Final Thoughts

Hydrogen peroxide is an antiseptic agent that may be beneficial for your respiratory health when nebulized. I recommend following my tips for nebulizing hydrogen peroxide to improve your respiratory system and regain your health quicker if you are feeling unwell.

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Nebulizing, Nebulizing Hydrogen Peroxide for Respiratory Health

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  1. Thank you SO VERY MUCH! Finally, an article that explains the directions in plain English….and not just % this and % that, which is hard to understand!! All your articles are so complete that there is no doubt what is being said. Thanks again.

    1. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for apropos the use of hydrogen peroxide in relation to common or uncommon ailments that, at present, are wrecking the lives of millions of people. As someone said earlier, your articles are complete and leave no doubt about what needs to be done next. Many thanks from a prisoner at Avalon whose journalistic colleagues wouldn’t know sensible advice from a mosquito wearing a spangled face mask.

  2. When nebulizing H2O2, you should not use a titrated 3% pharmacy grade due to its stabilizers, (acetanilide or similar organic materials).
    You should be using a 35% food grade product and then titrate it down to Dr. Brownstein’s recommendations.

    1. I have a 3 year old that swallowed fecal matter in the womb he was in intensive care with a lung infection at Birth ever since then that baby is only well one week out of every month I need help I’ve heard that using a Nebulizer with cs is good but how about the hydrogen peroxide how much and what stenghth

  3. Thank you for this comprehensive article on nebulizing. This will be my go to for reference. I can not help but think how many lives would have been saved these past two years.

  4. Happy Solstice! Are there any contraindications for this nebulized hydrogen peroxide treatment? Thanks for the how-to guide, I so very much appreciate it! It will make a great Christmas present to everyone on my list! Many blessings!

  5. Yes I have mild COPD. I use regular medicine in my nebulizer when I need to use it. I also have a portable nebulizer that takes batteries and I can take it anywhere I go if needed. Now, my question is I put the peroxide the iodine and Celine solution in my nebulizer right? What about the silver stuff? Do I put that in with all this other stuff as well? And what about vitamin C and D? Can I put that in there as well in the mix? Many thanks.

    1. Yes adding some Silver can be very helpful as well. You wouldn’t nebulize vitamin D as that is a fat soluble nutrient that needs to be consumed from the sun or in food/supplements orally.

  6. Thank you Dr Jokers for this very comprehensive info on Peroxide Nebulizing, With my Naturopathic Dr I have have had Peroxide IV s also the Vit C I Vs , Also have Nebulizer ALA (Alpha Lipoic Acid) and DCA. Reasons are to do with Cancer. I do have the 35% food grade Peroxide in my fridge, so I feel prepared since reading your info here, I will have a trial doing this tomorrow.
    Thanks again, I always follow you on here.
    Sincerely PDL

  7. So when making a colloidal silver solution for the nebulizer you don’t need to add a saline solution? You just use colloidal silver all by itself?

    I just want to make sure. Thanks.

  8. I’m a functional medicine practitioner and just want to say how much I enjoy your articles. Although I know most of the stuff I read herein, sometimes an article brings up something I haven’t heard of, or causes me to have another look at a topic I haven’t visited in a while.
    I’m wondering if this peroxide protocol could be used in a humidifier for a home or office so everyone may benefit, but thinking the peroxide may break down with that use since it is so unstable. Have you read anything about using it in a larger area than just nebulizer. Thanks so much!

    1. Yes the peroxide dosn’t hold up very well in the humidifier. I prefer using essential oils such as tea tree oil, peppermint, lavendar, etc. for this purpose.

  9. The nebulizer you recommend has the worst product reviews on Amazon. I bought it myself too, and the instructions are very poorly written. It states that we need to get replacement filters every 6 months but these seem impossible to get. They state that the “nebulizer kit” (whatever that is) is “for single use only”.
    Just FYI. Otherwise I’m grateful for this article.

    1. I worked as a respiratory nurse for several years in a home care setting. My client had nebulized treatments X4 a day. Although the mask & nebulizer cup may say single use, they can be used for as long as you feel comfortable to use them. For myself, I wash my neb cup and mask after each/any use and let air dry. Regular dishsoap is adequate, but if ill you may want to put a bit of white vinegar in the wash water as well. Most filters can be removed and lightly washed and air dried. Very simple. It filters air, so be sure it is dry before returning it to the machine. The ‘single use’ reference is mostly targeted for a hospital setting where they should be disposed of with each use, not home use. I hope this was helpful.

  10. I would like to know where the machine you are recommending is made. I cannot find that info or info about how easy or not it is to clean it Also, if no replacement filters are available, it iseems a bad deal. Hope you reply to my email. Thank you!

  11. Very Interesting and comprehensive!
    I’ve just been studying about Molecular Hydrogen and Hydrogen-Oxygen Inhalation Therapy and have bought a hydrogen water bottle for drinking and inhalation (Osmio/UK). I do wonder how Hydrogen Peroxide compares? I’ve got a portable Nebulizer that I’ve been using with colloidal silver.

    1. Yes hydrogen peroxide is different. It is the free oxygen radical interacting with the pathogen that is key here as opposed to the molecular hydrogen increasing antioxidant potential in the body.

  12. Thank you for the article. It explains clearly the benefits of nebulizing H2O2 and how to do it. I do think your dilution instructions may be mislabeled as you are diluting to .1% (Dr. Mercola’s recommended amount) but the chart is labeled “Proper Dilution for 1%….”. Also Dr. Levy recommends a much higher dilution for faster results. Please clarify as I want to share article with friends.

  13. I just followed your instructions to the letter. Using 1/2 tsp of the saline/peroxide solution in the nebulizer cup gave me about 1 minutes worth of nebulizing treatment. This seems way too short considering your article says you should do this for 5 to 15 minutes.

    1. Tricia, If you make up 8oz of the Normal Saline per the instruction, then add the amount of recommended food grade Hydrogen Peroxide, put it in a good jar & labeled in your refrigerator. Then, when you want to nebulize with it, use a med cup or syringe to draw up 5-7 mls of the solution .. squirt in to your nebulizer cup and you are good to go. The teaspoon measurements I think were for making the solution. Most neb cups will have measurement increments marked on the outside of the cup. I usually use about 7 mls. If you don’t have any syringes, ask for one from your pharmacy or veterinary. Syringes make it a lot easier, or a med cup that has measurements on it. I hope this was helpful

  14. Hello,

    I realized I made a mistake and nebulized hydrogen at too high of a concentration 3 days ago. I did 1/2 3% food grade hydrogen Peroxide to 1/2 saline solution. I nebulized a total of 4ml of this solution.

    My breathing became worse and I have had some other strange and intense side effects come up since I nebulized this solution- hot flashes, tingling in extremities, acid reflux- particularly when laying down, chest pain, and burning in rectum after going to bathroom.

    Am I at any risk for long term damage? Any suggestions to help these side effects?

    Thank you

  15. Thank you for the nebulizing instructions. I have read instructions elsewhere, but your instructions are the most complete. I have all the needed supplies. Now I feel prepared if I should get Covid. Many thanks!!!

  16. Are you mad!! As a cleaning agent for cuts etc I can go for. Even orally where one is not swallowing and spitting out I can understand but into internal organs. May god forgive you for peddling such tripe. You’ve even included testing on horses….unbelievable ⚠️

  17. SAFETY CONCERN: Dr. Jockers, please correct your graphic and your text instructions in this article. One of the graphics shows dilution to 0.1% and the other with instructions says we are diluting to 1%. I believe the 0.1% is correct, but the discrepancy within this article is confusing.

    Someone else caught this also: ET posted this same question on on January 6, 2022 at 6:01 pm . They also ask another great question: Also Dr. Levy recommends a much higher dilution for faster results.

  18. Hello, thank you so much for your article! You mention to use saline instead of water. What is the harm I’d just distilled water is used? Why does it have to be saline?

    1. Hi Angela, Do know I am not the the Dr here, just a happy customer and former respiratory nurse. Saline, due to the sodium in the solution, is naturally found in your lungs and assists the cellular metabolism, absorbtion, etc in the cells of your lungs. Just using water, and more than you might naturally have, would not allow the appropriate exchange of ions and such. It can also be called ‘drowning’. Make the saline. Don’t just put water in your lungs. Saline is natural to your lung environment, plain distilled water is not. I hope this is helpful.

  19. I have a nebulizer and have never understood how to use it. The instructions don’t explain when the product like glutathione for example is coming out do you take a deep breath and inhale it and then hold your breath for so many seconds to allow the body to absorb the product or do you just breath normally with the mask on like you would without a mask and let the product get into the lungs. The actual breathing procedure is what I am wanting to know how you recommend using it. The company I bought the machine from doesn’t explain this information.

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