This post is a quick note to Maggie and Mick and to anyone else who may be trying a new treatment for Covid-19 that I addressed in comments a couple weeks ago.
EDIT 8/30/20: I’ve received even better information about this technique and recommend that readers go to the following article on Mercola’s web site to get the latest instructions: https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/08/30/how-to-nebulize-hydrogen-peroxide.aspx
If you follow that article’s suggestions, you can ignore the rest of this comment below.
Some doctors are using nebulized hydrogen peroxide as a preventive for Covid-19 and also for both early and late treatment. I will be updating my paper in the next couple weeks to include new treatments and ideas, and this treatment will be one I will be adding.
The reason for my use of this post is because I mistakenly recommended a starting dilution of the H2O2 used in the nebulizer, saying that 0.5% to 1.0% dilution was the normal dilution to use and start with.
Additional information appears to be centering more at 0.1% dilution (or 1/4 teaspoon of the 12% food-grade H2O2 into 5 ounces of clean water) as the starting dilution. If you find that that does not cause irritation to your nose or throat, you can slowly raise the dilution up to the 0.5%-1.0% range, backing it down a bit if you find that a higher dilution causes some irritation. Using this method, you should be able to find the highest dilution *you* can use that is safe and effective for *you*. (Some people may find they can go higher than 1.0%, but I don’t have enough information to say if that is possible.)
I’ve put edits into the two main comments where my original recommendation appeared to explain this change. However, given that more people than just Maggie and Mick might be trying this, I felt I needed to correct my error, which error could cause sensitive people some irritation of tissues if they start at the higher doses. Because this treatment could be a powerful aid in preventing and treating Covid-19, I really want to get the details right on this one! My apologies for the original error. I don’t want to put people off of a very promising treatment simply because they start at a dilution that is too high for their comfort.