For urgent situations, can use ordinary-store hydrogen peroxide (3%) commonly found in brown plastic bottles. For urgent situations, can use water instead of “normal saline” (salt water concentration similar to inside our bodies). To make your own normal saline, see next paragraph. Some ozone practitioners recommend for all homes to have a nebulizer, 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide and “normal” saline on hand. The following is provided as education only and not meant in any way as medical diagnosis or treatment or suggestions of treatment. Any actions you take from the information provided is at your own risk and liability. Some ozone practitioners think the symptoms of flu / colds / sinus infections / bronchitis / pneumonia / acute and chronic viral and non-viral lung and respiratory system challenges may be improved by nebulizing hydrogen peroxide. We have been told that this method in smaller amounts is safe for infants and children also.
To make “normal” saline at home, use a sanitized spoon and cup: Boil ~ 1 ½ cups of distilled or reverse osmosis water for 20 minutes. Pour 1 cup into a sanitized jar with a lid. Put in ½ tsp of non-iodized salt. Let cool before use. Keep refrigerated to minimize bacteria.
Food grade hydrogen peroxide is alleged to not have the heavy metals or other impurities that can be in ordinary 3% hydrogen peroxide commonly found in brown plastic bottles. For urgent situations, can use ordinary 3% hydrogen peroxide. Food grade hydrogen peroxide comes in 35% or other strengths. It’s safer to buy the 3% food grade if available, since it is safer to handle and will need less diluting than the 35% strength. Nebulizers can be bought online without a prescription for ~$24-28. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Portable-Ultrasonic-Handheld-Nebulize-Inhaler-Respirator-Humidifier-Adult-Kid/203185122531. Some pharmacies need a prescription. If no access to a nebulizer, may put ~ 1 part 3% peroxide to 5 parts boiling water (example: 1 cup 3% peroxide to 5 cups water): put head over the mist and breathe in the mist. May also use this 1 to 5 dilution of peroxide in vaporizers/humidifiers.
In a small clean jar, some ozone practitioners put 0.1 cc of 3% food grade (NOT 35%)
hydrogen peroxide into 10 cc (2 tsp) of normal saline (Becomes 0.03%). Pour this resultant liquid into the chamber of the nebulizer. For urgent situations, can use water that has been boiled 20 minutes, instead of normal saline. Smokers or past smokers/vapers have been known to have done better starting with 0.1 cc of the 3% food grade peroxide put into 40 cc (8 tsp) of normal saline (resultant liquid is 0.0075%) or 20 cc (4 tsp) of normal saline in a small clean jar (resultant liquid is 0.015%). Some ozone practitioners have used this resultant diluted hydrogen peroxide solution to fill the chamber of their nebulizers. Users have then breathed the nebulized solution in thru their mouths/noses till gone. They have done this every hour the first day if they needed and then 4-6 times a day till their infections were gone. Users have made the nebulizing solution more dilute or nebulized for less time or less often if they got too much coughing / short of breath. If tolerated, some ozone practitioners reported better results, if with each subsequent treatment, they added another 0.1 cc of the 3% peroxide to fresh normal saline in the small clean jar. Maximum most people tolerated was 1 cc 3% peroxide in 5 cc (1 tsp) normal saline (1 part 3% peroxide added to 5 parts saline becomes 0.5%).
Hydrogen peroxide has been known to last several months, especially if refrigerated. Many people have the above separate supplies handy so they can start treatment immediately when symptoms start, since the sooner their self treatment, the better their results were. Some ozone practitioners report better/stronger efficacy from Home/Office Use of ozone. See https://ozonewithoutborders.ngo. Scroll down on Home Page and press yellow Donate button for $20 to get video teaching Home Ozone Self-Therapy.
Walmart, Target, Amazon, Whole Foods and other health food stores, online, etc. often have food grade 3% hydrogen peroxide, normal saline and 1 cc oral syringes without needles.