Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide - Purest Grade 3% - 500ml - Unstabilized and Additive Free - 10 Vols
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Household strength (3% in the brown bottle) hydrogen peroxide is sometimes recommended to cause dogs and cats to vomit if they swallow poison. If you have swallowed larger amounts or higher concentrations, seek immediate medical assistance from an emergency room.
For instance, when in the stomach, the molecule breaks apart into oxygen and water, causing bubbles to form. The term “food-grade hydrogen peroxide (H2o2),” is defined as being free from these dangerous chemicals and toxic materials, which means that there is nothing added to the hydrogen peroxide, so it does not contain any added chemicals, stabilizers and or toxins. I bought it because I have athletes foot fungus and i am using this item about one month now and I can see the results.Our 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide Peroxygen is the purest form available with steam-distilled water.
The most commonly available and safest commercial solutions for daily disinfecting needs are in the diluted form from 3% to 10%. Hydrogen Peroxide looks like water (H2O), but that extra oxygen molecule makes this natural water additive one of the most powerful oxidizers known to man. Nasal Spray: Mix 1 tablespoon of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide with 220ml of distilled water for use with a nasal spray. Plus, doing so is linked to dangerous side effects, including breathing problems, severe gut damage, and death. No matter the dilution — even if food grade 35 percent H 2O 2 — you should never drink any hydrogen peroxide.
Hydrogen Peroxide is very similar to water (H2O), but the extra oxygen atom produces one of the most useful and powerful oxidizers known to man— Hydrogen Peroxide (oxygen-rich water). Food Grade (denoted by the F in the product name) Hydrogen Peroxide is specially formulated with a low tin content stabilizer system for enhanced stability under long-term bulk storage conditions. Drinking hydrogen peroxide can have many side effects, including gut irritation or perforation, breathing problems, and even death. It is used as an oxidizer, bleaching agent, and antiseptic, usually as a dilute solution (3–6% by weight) in water for consumer use, and in higher concentrations for industrial use.