Unconventional treatment: in the nose of hydrogen peroxide from the common cold and sinusitis
It is known that German scientists proposed to drip into the nose hydrogen peroxide in the first half of the twentieth century. But they did not get support and response in professional circles. Therefore, since then, the remedy has not been used for a long time.
Nevertheless, doctors have long known that antibiotics are useless in the fight against colds. But, digging into the nose of hydrogen peroxide, it is much easier to cure infectious diseases. It will improve immunity and protect the body from bacteria and fungi of various origins.
Consider how to correctly apply the tool and whether it is shown to everyone.
Hydrogen peroxide - what is it?
This liquid is colorless and odorless, with a metallic taste. Hydrogen peroxide is one of the forms of oxygen, in the form of peroxide. It easily dissolves in water, ether, and alcohol. Highly concentrated peroxide can cause skin burns. At home use only a small concentration - 3%, although it can be up to 98%.
When hydrogen peroxide enters the body, it breaks up into atomic oxygen and water. When used correctly, atomic oxygen effectively fights harmful microbes. Particularly successful will be treatment if there is a large amount of vitamin C in the body. Therefore, when using peroxide from the common cold, it is desirable in parallel to eat many foods with a high content of vitamin C.
Where is hydrogen peroxide used?
Most of all it is used in the treatment of wounds for disinfection. When you hit the affected skin, a chemical reaction occurs, oxygen is released, helping to rid it of dirt, bacteria and pus. The resulting foam helps stop bleeding and blood clots. In addition, pain in the treatment of hydrogen peroxide does not happen at all, which, of course, is important when it comes to treating the skin of a child.
Liquid treats many diseases in various forms, including those associated with hormonal, immune disorders and metabolism. In addition to dig in the nose of hydrogen peroxide, it treats:
- skin diseases;
- respiratory system;
- of the SSS;
- diseases of the musculoskeletal system;
- diabetes mellitus.
Even chicken pox is well treatable, in which the liquid is smeared with vesicles and rinses the mouth. When bleeding into the nose, hydrogen peroxide is not buried, but wet tampons and insert the nostrils.
In 1998, American scientists proved that, getting into the blood, hydrogen peroxide promotes the saturation of organs and tissues with oxygen. But, naturally, this procedure should be conducted by an experienced physician.
When to begin to be treated
To treatment it is best to proceed immediately, as soon as the first symptoms of the disease appear. Then complications can be avoided, and the disease will be defeated at the very embryo. However, if you do not pay attention to the symptoms, then in a few days the active phase will come. Then the disease will resist for several days, or even more.
How to test hydrogen peroxide
Before you can be treated with hydrogen peroxide, you need to know exactly its concentration. At home, as mentioned, only 3% solution is suitable. It can be purchased at any pharmacy without a prescription. If you are worried about whether the product is not dangerous to health, you can try to apply a couple of drops on an inconspicuous area of the skin, where it is the thinnest. If redness in this place is not observed, then the substance has the correct concentration, and they can be safely used, since peroxide is safe.
Nasal flushing with hydrogen peroxide
This treatment is used most often in treatment. To carry it in a hundred milliliters of warm water, which was previously boiled, add three drops of liquid. Rinsing of the nose with hydrogen peroxide should be done at least twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. The prepared solution is drawn in by the nose and spit through the mouth. It is easier to remove mucus, and at the same time, disinfection is carried out. But if you can not do this, you can just rinse your throat and nose. However, do not swallow the solution.
With a chronic form of the common cold, washing with one wash does not work out. Then it should be buried with hydrogen peroxide in the form of a solution. But in this case a more concentrated agent is used. Fifteen drops are added to one tablespoon and digested using a pipette. Be ready for the fact that in a few seconds the mucus starts to come out of the nose, which should be removed. But do not overdo it! In addition, after this procedure, you can not eat food earlier than in twenty minutes.
This kind of instillation will not only help with the common cold. It will perfectly cope with a headache if its cause is stuffiness in the nose. This will help to cope with the problem not only with the common cold, caused by a cold, but also in its allergic form.
Many parents, having tried the method on themselves, are wondering whether it is possible to apply hydrogen peroxide to the nose to children.
Hydrogen peroxide for children
It is advisable to consult with a good pediatrician before taking. It should be taken into account that in children the mucosa is very thin and tender, if you decide on the use of the drug, then the concentration should be the most miserable. However, in this case, there will be no benefit from such treatment. In addition, the child may accidentally swallow the liquid. And this is fraught with the appearance of a burn in the stomach and esophagus, the appearance of allergies, digestive disorders and so on.
It is known that when snot appear, it indicates the presence of infection within the body. The fact is that they are caused by the activity of the immune system, which thus resists penetration of the infection. That's why the cold is best for children to not treat. But in order to feel better, you can wash your nose with saline or sea water.
Hydrogen peroxide to drip into the nose is not recommended( as do washing with it) if the runny nose has passed into severe form. Also, it should be abandoned when intolerance of the individual and anomalies associated with anatomical features.
This type of treatment is highly undesirable for pregnant women and nursing mothers. Peroxide of hydrogen is completely forbidden after transplantation of any organ, because oxidative processes in this case are amplified, and there can be problems with compatibility of organs.
If, after you have tried hydrogen peroxide treatment, an allergic reaction has occurred, you should immediately stop this method. Allergies can occur in the form of lacrimation, sneezing, stuffiness in the nose, itching or burning. Even worse, if there is weakness, dizziness, nausea.
To be treated with hydrogen peroxide without harming the body, but only for the benefit of the body, it is necessary to adhere strictly to all the recommendations on concentration when using it and the rules of the method of treatment.
A recognized expert in the medical application of hydrogen peroxide is Neumyvakin Ivan Pavlovich. He used the liquid himself, treated her other people and wrote more than one book, where he justified the medicinal properties of peroxide and explained how to apply it correctly.