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Type of H2O2 used in IV treatment
Posted by: VictorM
Date: February 22, 2008 4:46 PM

Should the H2O2 used in IV treatment be deluted from 35% Food Grade, or is the 3% Pharmaceutical Grade available from most of the stores acceptable? In your article on the subject you say "Five cc of pharmaceutical-grade, three-percent hydrogen peroxide...", but most other sources indicate the use of 30% or 35% h2o2, diluted to 3% or 3.7% with sterile water. Does it matter then, and which should it be?
(Regardless, 0.2 micron sterile filter will be used in the treatment to eliminate any particles).

Re: Type of H2O2 used in IV treatment
Posted by: drron
Date: February 22, 2008 5:12 PM

The important items are (1) pharmaceutical grade and (2) final concentration. I have never heard of food grade (35%) being used and anyway it is not available in pharmaceutical grade. Even if it were available, you would be dealing with something which, if you made a mistake, could be very dangerous. Pharmaceutical grade is obtained only through compounding pharmacies. Again, I advise you not to do this on your own. Find a qualified doctor or do not proceed.

Re: Type of H2O2 used in IV treatment
Posted by: VictorM
Date: February 22, 2008 7:24 PM

from [www.purehealthsystems.com]:
"3% Pharmaceutical Grade: This is the grade sold at your local drugstore or supermarket. This product is not recommended for internal use. It contains an assortment of stabilizers which shouldn't be ingested. Various stabilizers include: acetanilide, phenol, sodium stanate and tertrasodium phosphate."
"35% Food Grade: This is used in the production of foods like cheese, eggs, and whey-containing products. It is also sprayed on the foil lining of aseptic packages containing fruit juices and milk products. THIS IS THE ONLY GRADE RECOMMENDED FOR INTERNAL USE..."
That's why I'm confused when you say that pharmaceutical grade is the one to be used. Aren't the added stabilizers dangerous? Unless you are talking about some other "pharmaceutical grade"...

Re: Type of H2O2 used in IV treatment
Posted by: drron
Date: February 22, 2008 10:03 PM

Pharmaceutical grade is NOT sold over the counter in grocery stores. Take this question to a COMPOUNDING pharmacist.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at February 22, 2008 10:06 PM by Dr. Kennedy.



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