Hydrogen peroxide is a very powerful aqueous solution, designed to kill all kinds of germs, such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. Here are the most common applications of hydrogen peroxide that we have compiled in this article:
1- Wound disinfection:
Hydrogen peroxide is often used in medicine to disinfect open wounds on the skin, such as cuts and lacerations before sewing and dressing. For this purpose, a 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide is prepared.
2- Take a bath:
Using hydrogen peroxide, you can make a detoxifying bath to soak your body and remove harmful toxins from your skin and muscles. Add about 1 liter of 3% hydrogen peroxide to your bath with hot water and spend at least half an hour in the tub.
3- The healing of fungi on your feet:
Fungal infections often affect moist areas such as the narrow spaces between the toes and the feet in general. The signs can be a breakdown of the skin and a bad smell of the feet. Dissolve hydrogen peroxide in water in a ratio of 50:50 and submerge your feet in it every night before bed. It is important to keep your feet dry to prevent the recurrence of the fungal infection.
4- Get rid of ear wax:
Ear wax is also called earwax and over time it can build up in the external ear canal and coagulate the passage of sound to the tympanic membrane. In this case, a 3% solution of hydrogen is sometimes sufficient to dissolve the clot. After applying a few drops of hydrogen peroxide solution in the ear canal, you will have crackles in your ear which are caused by the dissolution of earwax.
Many people do not know that hydrogen peroxide can be a very effective and inexpensive mouthwash. Take a cap and gargle in your mouth for a few minutes each day, then spit it out. The result is that you will not have canker sores and your teeth will be whiter. You must use 3% H2O2.
In order to make the dough, you should use baking soda and the 3% H2O2.
7- With a toothbrush:
Another way is to dip your brush in 3% H2O2 and then brush your teeth. Dip your toothbrush in hydrogen peroxide to keep them free from germs.
8- Tooth pain:
Hydrogen peroxide is not a pain reliever; Nevertheless, it is powerful in the treatment of the pathogen that creates the infection, since it is an anti-viral, antibacterial and anti-fungal agent. If you have an unpleasant toothache and can’t go to the dentist right away, put a cap of 3% hydrogen peroxide in your mouth and hold it for 10 minutes. The pain will decrease considerably.
9- Teeth whitening:
Use 3% hydrogen peroxide, and after a while your teeth will be whitened. Don’t pay for professional bleaching just use 3% hydrogen peroxide.
Add 500 ml of 3% hydrogen peroxide to warm distilled water once or twice a week to remove even chronic infections and yeasts.
For a colonist, add 250 ml of 3% H202 to 18 l of hot water. For the enema, add 1 tablespoon of 3% H202 to a liter of warm distilled water.
12- Lightening of the hair:
Peroxide is a bleaching agent and it is used for thinning hair. You should dilute 3% hydrogen peroxide with water (50/50), then spray the solution on your wet hair after a shower and comb through it. You will have natural highlights if your hair is light brown or blonde.
13- Contact lenses:
Hydrogen peroxide is used as a disinfectant in CIBA Vision’s Clear Care friction-free contact lens cleaning solution because its ability to break down proteins that build up on the lens of the eye’s immune response increases comfort sensitive eyes.
14- In the dishwasher:
If you want to disinfect your dishwasher, add 50 ml of 3% hydrogen peroxide to your regular washing formula.
15- Kitchen / household surfaces:
Clean your countertops and table edges with hydrogen peroxide to destroy germs and leave a fresh smell. Just put a little on a sponge when you wipe it, or spray it on counters.
To humidify the air, use 500 ml 3% hydrogen peroxide to 3 l of water in a humidifier or vaporizer. And enjoy fresh, disinfected air.