Uses for Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide

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FG H202 in agriculture

Merck's Index indicates that hydrogen peroxide is used as a water disinfectant. In 1985 the first dairy farmer began adding hydrogen peroxide to the water system of his entire farm. The water on his farm was polluted and mastitis was a problem with his herd of his herd. After continual use, this same farmer has noticed with satisfaction the healthy state of his cows. In April 1988, the butterfat content of his Holstein cows was up 5.3%. An employee who weighs the milk from every cow at every milking, reported that the m ilk production increased from 6 to 8 pounds per cow per milking. The bacteria count went down to less than 2,000 per cubic centimeter. Other farmers learned about this and began this experimental process. Farmers reported less mastitis in their herds.

Hog farmers reported that they have been able to market their hogs using less feed in a shorter growing time (as much as 30 days less). Turkey and chicken growers reported increased weight per bird using less feed. A man in Wisconsin said he has had the best reproduction rate of his buffalo by using H202 in their drinking water.

When food grade hydrogen peroxide was added to a water system using a metered system at 30 ppm, the water at the end of the line stayed clean of rust, bacteria, and algae. This stops the spread of disease. Through this method of water purification, cows pass worms, hogs are without parasite eggs in the fecal matter (with no previous worming medications for an extended period of time) and some animals cut back on feed, depending on the nutrient level in their feeding program. As long as the iron and mineral level in the body is where it should be, the peroxide will attract and hold oxygen in the blood and cells of the body, allowing the body's fuel system to burn more efficiently. This process of water purification is especially beneficial in a containment barn of any animals. It is used to power wash barns, clean utters, prevent colostrum in mild from spoiling until it is fed to the newborn calves and hold the pH of the milk. In calves, it stops scours (diarrhea). When given as a drench to livestock off feed, the animal improves. It is used to disinfect animal wounds. Cows settle and clean out faster after giving birth to a calf when hydrogen peroxide is added to their drinking water.

Hydrogen peroxide has been used in converting crop residue into cattle feed. This could be an asset for the farmer, especially in times of drought. It is possible to take straw, cornstalks, corn cobs, soy bean residue, sawdust or even ground up brush and turn it into animal feed, by treating it with a weak solution of H202, to keep animals alive until better food supplies become available. Feedlot reports stated that meat was as good as corn fed. The H202 breaks down the fiber so that it can be assimilated.

In hogs, the meat was more lean, producing the highest grade and yield. A 250 pound hog yielded only 23 pounds of lard. One Federal Meat Inspector marveled that they had much larger lungs in comparison to other hogs. Some of the other hogs actually had pneumonia, like most hogs raised in close confinement. For them, pneumonia is held in check with antibiotics. The difference is that though both farmers hogs were raised in the same conditions, the hogs that received H202 were getting the proper amount of oxygen. It takes oxygen to make lean meat.

A slurry tank is an outdoor compartment where farmers store animal waste from dairy barns or hog operations. Adding 35% hydrogen peroxide to slurry an agitating it causes the waste to have no odor. When applied to their fields as fertilizer, they found that there was no odor and it is the finest liquid fertilizer they have ever used.

In the fall of 1983, over 1,000,000 chickens were given hydrogen peroxide in their drinking water, because they had the avian flu epidemic. None of the birds got the flu, but elsewhere, 11,000,000 chickens had to be destroyed and were put in a landfill before the epidemic was over. A chicken farmer in Ohio, with a flock of 20,000 egg layers found that by putting hydrogen peroxide in their drinking water, the egg production increased by 1,000 eggs per day. A meat chicken raiser said the problem she usually had with the chicken's legs and tendons breaking due to the birds weight, was greatly decreased after using hydrogen peroxide in their drinking water. When she dressed the chickens, she also notices there were no breast blisters. A number of turkey raisers throughout the US and Canada are using H202 in their drinking water. In the same growing time, they average 1 ½ pounds more per bird, used 8 ½% less feed and the mortality rate went down. They are able to raise them for market without any medications or antibiotics. It is only water and oxygen, so it can't hurt them. Chemical residue tests return results of zero chemical residue. I personally raised broilers and turkeys on hydrogen peroxide and I think they are the best chicken I have ever eaten. Man also benefits further down the food chain.

When I raised poultry and now when I purchase chicken from the supermarket, I soak them in a diluted H202 solution to decontaminate them of possible salmonella. I use it to clean produce from my backyard garden and also from the grocery store. It is amazing the filth that comes off of organic fruits and vegetables from the produce department at my local coop.

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Pure 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide is serious stuff!

If you don't know what your doing with it, you can seriously harm yourself. I know because I accidentally drank 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide and ended up on intravenous feeding for one month.
• Make sure you clearly label the containers you use to store it in, especially those kept in the refrigerator.
• Never put diluted H202 in a container you usually use for drinking unless it is specifically mixed for drinking from that container.
• If you spill 35% Hydrogen Peroxide on your skin, immediately rinse under water.
• If you accidentally drink it, immediately and quickly guzzle one quart of plain water and vomit. Go to the ER and have your esophagus and stomach looked at to evaluate for signs of damage. I speak from experience.
• Always use rubber gloves. If you get this on your skin, it will burn and turn your skin white, literally. Be careful to avoid splashing, drips and spillage.
• Always mix a 3% solution before diluting it further.
• Always keep it away from children.
• Above all, be very careful.

35% H202 freezes at -20º. It is very reactive to warm temperatures. I purchase it in the winter months when the outside temperatures are near freezing, so it reaches me in the very best condition. Once I had a dropper bottle of 3% sitting on the windowsill and forgot to put it back in the refrigerator. The morning sun shone in the window and after a few minutes the bottle exploded, spraying small bits of amber glass all over the room.

Possible uses

Oxygen kills Candida yeast, so I use an eye dropper to put it in my ears to control yeast during an infection and as a vaginal douche for the same reason. I soak my feet in a diluted solution to kill athletes feet. I spray it on my daughters scalp to control the growth and spread of psoriasis.

It can be used in your dishwasher, in place of bleach in your laundry, to freshen your kitchen and bathroom, to soak vegetables instead of using Clorox. 3% in a spray bottle straight is useful as a disinfectant for kitchen surfaces. 1 oz of 3% added to the washer boosts the cleaning action.

For small animals, like dogs and cats, I use 1 oz of 3% hydrogen peroxide in 1 quart of drinking water. They don't get sick, have parasites or need as much food.

Spraying a diluted solution (1 oz 3% H202 to 1 pint of water) of hydrogen peroxide on seeds caused them to germinate at a rate of 90%, while non-treated seeds germinated at a rate of 60%.

The math

To make a 3% solution add 1 oz of 35% hydrogen peroxide to 11 oz of water. This makes ¾ pink of 3% solution. This can be kept in the refrigerator, but the 35% should stay in the freezer. Further dilute the 3% for other purposes.

Vegetable and fruit soak

¼ cup 3% added to a sink full of cool water. Soak light vegetables like lettuce for 20 minutes. Soak thicker skinned vegetables like cucumbers for 30 minutes. Drain and dry. They stay fresh in the refrigerator longer, too.

Possible reactions to Hydrogen Peroxide

Skin eruptions, nausea, sleepiness, unusual fatigue, diarrhea, colds, ear infections, boils, any other method your body may use to emit toxins. Toxins are rooted out by the use of hydrogen peroxide. The is the natural way for the body to cleanse and natural cleansing will be of short duration. You may have a cleansing reaction due to bacteria die-off, or various forms of poisons being released through the elimination organs of the body. It can be unpleasant because the body is communicating to you through symptom and saying, "This is too much, too fast. Back off, slow down and take it easy."

Where to get it

I purchase my 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide at

This information is intended for educational purposes only, and is not meant to treat or prescribe. I am sharing with you what I learned and experienced. You are responsible for what you do with the information you receive.