How to make Hydrogen Peroxide

September 30th, 2012 → 4:43 am @

Extract derived from: “THE ONE MINUTE CURE” by Madison Cavanaugh.

This book is a must for everyone, as it is such an eyeopener on what is happening out there in society through the treatment of diseases. This book is available as an e-book and I suggest you download it today. (and read it also)

How to make 3% Hydrogen Peroxide from 35% Food grade Hydrogen peroxide.

In order to make a 3% solution that can be ingested, you

must start with 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide and

dilute it according to the way it will be used.

To start:

Pour one ounce of 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide into a pint jar, and add 11 ounces of distilled water.

OR in metric terms:

30 ml 35% food-grade H²O² to 330 ml Distilled water .

This will yield 12 ounces (360 ml) of 3% hydrogen peroxide. Make sure you label it 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to distinguish it from the35% strength, which SHOULD NOT BE INGESTED OR EVEN SPILT ON YOUR SKIN, as it is very strong. ALWAYS USE RUBBER GLOVES WHEN HANDLING 35% Hydrogen peroxide.

You can use the diluted solution in a variety of ways, and you may find it convenient to store the unused portions of both the 35% and the 3% in the refrigerator, clearly marked.

If you wish to ingest hydrogen peroxide, you will need to dilute the 3% solution further.

Use 10/15 drops of the 3% solution in a 250 ml. glass of water, twice a day.

Absorbing 3% hydrogen peroxide through the mucous

membranes, the lungs, and the skin produces many remarkable health benefits. The list below, although far from exhaustive, provides some of the uses of 3% hydrogen peroxide.

Alzheimer’s disease Parkinson’s disease

Diabetes                      Stroke

Multiple sclerosis     Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS)

Brain injuries             Learning disabilities

Cerebral palsy            Chronic fatigue.

Autism and many more.

Hydrogen peroxide kills viruses, harmful bacteria, Toxins, Pathogens and disease micro organisms.



The author of the book:”The one minute cure” and the writer of this article, Shanti Linsen, cannot be responsible for your actions and reactions, as we do not have control over your handling and consuming of the material mentioned, unless you are in our complete physical control.

Always see your health professional for advice.

Further read the disclaimer in the book.


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