Put Hydrogen Peroxide In Your Ears To Stop Cold And Flu

Put Hydrogen Peroxide In Your Ears To Stop Cold And Flu

According to Dr. R. Simmons, M.D. there is only one way that you can catch colds and flu virus, and that’s via the ear canal – not through nose or mouth as most have believed.

“Once they have entered the middle-ear there they begin their breeding process, and from there they have access to every avenue throughout our body to travel to and to infect and make us sick. You can have remarkable results in curing the cold and flu within 12 to 14 hours when administering a few drops of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) into each ear.” (source)

Hydrogen Peroxide (H202) is a safe, all natural way to fight infection and disable bacteria to neutralize germs. This is why it is used to treat a wide variety of common illnesses.

It is important to begin treatment as soon as symptoms appear.

If you wait until the cold sets in the following day, it will have to run its course and which usually lasts seven to ten days.

How To Do It:

Get a bottle of hydrogen peroxide (3%) from your local pharmacy. Don’t use more than 3% hydrogen peroxide.

Tilt your head to one side and fill one ear canal with hydrogen peroxide using an eye dropper.

Fill the ear canal completely. This assumes you do not have a ruptured ear drum!

Do not try this if you have a ruptured eardrum! 

It feels like ice when you drop it into your ear.

Within 1 to 2 minutes you will notice bubbling in the ear, which is completely normal, and possibly feel a slight stinging sensation. It may itch a little. Also, your ear will feel clogged.

Bubbling indicates that the peroxide has found something that should not be there. If you are not getting a cold and put peroxide in your ears, it hardly bubbles at all.

Wait until the bubbling and stinging subside, usually about 10 minutes.

Then drain onto a tissue and repeat with the other ear.

Always do it in both ears!

To cure the cold and flu you’ll need to repeat this process two or more times at one or two hours intervals until there is no more bubbling when putting hydrogen peroxide in ear.

This seems to be effective about 80 percent of the time, especially if done when your symptoms first appear.

If you fail to start it as soon as the symptoms appear it will likely not work.

Dr. Mercola says this method is perfectly safe for infants and children, but the bubbling and stinging frightens them and they will need someone they trust to put the peroxide in their ears. If you accidentally get peroxide in the eyes, flush with water. (source)

The information here is provided for informational purposes only. It is not presented with the intention of diagnosing or treating any disease or condition. It is in no way intended to substitute for the advice provided by your doctor or other health care professional. By using this site you agree to these terms. (read more)

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2 thoughts on “Put Hydrogen Peroxide In Your Ears To Stop Cold And Flu

  1. Cynthia DiBetta

    I have not had the cold or flu in over 30 years. I dip a q-tip in 3% hydrogen peroxide and touch the insides of both ears lightly, two times a day, 365 days a year. I do the same to my nostrils to reduce allergies and sinus infections.
    Every once in a while, my ears may burn from the 3% hydrogen peroxide. Since I use mineral oil daily to reduce ear wax, I apply mineral oil also with a q-tip. I never go deep into the ear canal with a q-tip. Only near the entrance to the ear canal.
    In addition, if my nose burns from the hydrogen peroxide, I take my netty pot with distilled water and put enough in nostril to dilute. If I don’t have my netty pot around, I take a damp wash cloth and apply to nose. My nose burned once when I had a sinus infection. Never did that again.
    Stinging in my nose has happened only a few times in the last 30 years. I am not a doctor or nurse. Discontinue use if you experience problems with hydrogen peroxide and seek medical advice.

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