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hydrogen peroxide - Hydrogen Peroxide - Hydrogen peroxide - H202
Last Updated: 4/5/11


How to use Hydrogen Peroxide

ALWAYS use 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide in a diluted solution.
NEVER use it as a concentrate without diluting it first. 

To make a 3% solution, mix 1 ounce 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide with 11 ounces of water.
Distilled water is best when feasible, especially if the solution is to be stored for any length of time.

The following information is for educational purposes and is not meant to treat or prescribe.
We are sharing with others have told us has worked for them as they seek to have healthier animals and plants.
Man, too, will benefit further down the food chain.

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Hydrogen Peroxide & Cows

It was in 1985 that the first dairy farmer began injecting hydrogen peroxide in the water system
of his whole farm.  The water on his farm was polluted and mastitis was a problem with his herd.
After continual use since that time, this same farmer had noticed with satisfaction the healthy state of his cows.
In April, 1988, the butterfat content of his Holstein cows was up to 5.3%.

Another farmer who weighs the milk from every cow at every milking, reported that his milk
production increased from 6 to 8 pounds per cow per milking.  Others have reported their bacteria count
has gone down to less than 2,000 per cubic centimeter.
Many other farmers are continuing this experimental process. 

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Use 8  ounces of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide per 1000 gallons of water or 30 ppm.
If you do not have an injector, start out by using 1 teaspoon of 35% in the drinking cups at the stanchion.
This same ratio is used for all animals:  cows, pigs, poultry, sheep, goats, rabbits, and birds, increasing the oxygen level to the blood and cells.

When hydrogen peroxide has been used for cattle, an increase in milk production and an increase
in butterfat content have been reported.  Farmers have also reported less mastitis in their herds.
Hog farmers have reported that they have been able to market their hogs using less feed
in a shorter growing time (as much as 30 days less).

 Turkeys and chicken growers reported increased weight per bird using less feed.
A man in Wisconsin has reported that he has had the best reproduction rate of his buffalo
by using hydrogen peroxide in their drinking water.

Peroxide application into the well water, or city water, can best be accomplished by a metering device,
which keeps the application more constant and thorough, although manual application
can be a second best.  The rule of thumb is 8 to 10 oz. of 35% hydrogen peroxide to 1000 gallons
water in a holding tank or stack tank, striving to attain a reading 30 ppm after application.
In order to get a true reading of the amount of oxygen remaining in the water after the application,
use peroxide test strips, designed especially for this very purpose.

When peroxide is being applied throughout the entire watering system, with a reading of 30 ppm
at the end of the line, all the water should stay clean of rust, bacteria, and algae,
plus some other foreign materials found in some water.
Thus the waters stay clean and help to stop the spread of diseases and hog nipples stay clean.

Through this method of water purification, there have been many reports of  cows passing worms,
hogs in a hog house without even parasite eggs in the fecal matter (with no previous worming
medication for over an extended period of time) and some animals may cut back on feed,
depending on the nutrient level in their feed 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 cell of the body,
allowing the body's fuel system to burn more efficiently.
This process of water purification is especially helpful in a confinement barn of any animal.

Use in a DAIRY BARN:

Use as a pipeline rinse for milk stone, depending on the length of the pipeline.
As a rule, 2 to 4 ounces of 35% hydrogen peroxide to 15 gallons of water will work with good results.
This amount also works for rinsing milk cans and the bulk tank to keep down bacteria as well as milk stone.
(NOTE: If hydrogen peroxide is being injected into the water system at 30 ppm,
the above ratio may need to be cut in half.)

FOR POWER WASH in the dairy barn as well as the hog house, in the sanitation process,
mix enough peroxide into the water so that a light foaming action comes when spraying the floors and walls.
Leave this until the foaming subsides, and rinse again.  If the foaming action recurs,
then the areas which still foam are not clean.
Either raise the peroxide level of the original rinse water, or merely re-spray
the areas still contaminated with the present amount.

FOR AN UDDER WASH:  use 1 oz. of 35% hydrogen peroxide to a gallon of warm water.
The cows tend to have softer teats and are freer of bacteria on the teat ends,
which helps to keep down bacteria in the bulk tank.

TO HOLD COLOSTRUM MILK: from spoilage until it is all fed to the newborn calf, depending
on the time of year, pH of the milk, temperature, etc., you can use from 1/4 oz 35% hydrogen peroxide
up to 1 oz. 35% hydrogen peroxide per gallon of colostrum milk.

FOR NEWBORN CALVES, to add extra oxygen, add 10 to 15 drops 35% hydrogen peroxide
to a bottle milk, morning and evening, per calf.  This has helped to brighten up calves,
and in some cases of scours, depending on the pH of the milk being fed.

A DRENCH can be given for high fever and off feed cows with mastitis, depending on the situation and case.
Mix 1 to 2 ounces 35% hydrogen peroxide to 1 quart of water, drenching the animal
morning and evening for as long as needed, usually 2-3 days.

AILING COWS:  Use 1 pint of 3% hydrogen peroxide to 5 gallons of water.
ANIMAL WOUNDS:  Clean the wound of animals with 3% hydrogen peroxide.
INDUCE VOMITING:  of animals with 3% hydrogen peroxide.

AFTER BIRTH OF CALVES:  Farmers have reported that their cows settle and clean out faster
after giving birth to a calf with hydrogen peroxide is added to their drinking water.

CONVERTING CROP RESIDUE INTO CATTLE FEED:  Hydrogen peroxide has also been used
in converting crop residue into cattle feed.  This could be an asset for the farmer,
especially in times of doubt.  It is possible to take straw. cornstalks, corn cobs, soy bean residue,
sawdust or even ground up brush.  By treating these materials with a weak solution of
hydrogen peroxide, they can be turned into animal feed. 

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Mix 1 oz. of 35% hydrogen peroxide into 11 oz if distilled water. 
This makes 3/4 pint of 3% solution
from Echo Newsletter, box 126, Delano, Mn 55328

If  35% hydrogen peroxide is spilled on the skin, rinse immediately with tap water.
Fingertips may whiten temporarily.  (This whiteness will fade usually within 5-30 minutes.)
Wearing glasses or goggles is important when mixing hydrogen peroxide solutions.
Other precautionary methods should be used as indicated on the label.

(note this is for using the 3% solution, not 35% solution of Hydrogen Peroxide.)
1st make the 3% solution before diluting to the .5% solution 

This simple schedule for mixing 3% hydrogen peroxide is:  one part of 3% solution of
hydrogen peroxide with five parts of distilled water, giving you a  .5% solution of hydrogen peroxide.

Get a gallon of distilled water; take out 20 ounces of water then replace with 20 ounces of
3% hydrogen peroxide and you will have the proper solution.
You need not keep the solution in the refrigerator, unless you prefer.

We do NOT recommend that one use Hydrogen Peroxide Orally. 
We are only reporting the use of it, as reported in the Echo Newsletter.
(address:  Echo Newsletter, box 126, Delano, Mn 55328)
Before doing so, please consult your health professional.

Drink this mixture on an empty stomach (don't eat or drink anything one hour before or three hours after).
If you take the solution, a good method of doing so is just before going to bed, but work out your own system.

This is referring to .5% Hydrogen Peroxide

(that is a solution containing 1 oz of 35% hydrogen peroxide, and 69 oz of distilled water)

1 oz. the 1st. day
2 oz.  the 2nd. day
3 oz. the 3rd day
4 oz. the 4th day
5 oz. the 5th day
5 oz. 3 times a day for 7 days
5 oz. 2 times a day for 7 days
5 oz. once a day for 7 days
5 oz. once every other day for 7 days
5 oz. once every third day for 7 days
5 oz. once every 4th day for 7 days

If you find that the above amounts are more than you can tolerate, then back off on the amount
of intake until you feel you are at a comfortable level.  Then stay at that level until you get the results
you are looking for.  One thing to remember is that persistence pays off.

REMEMBER:  When hydrogen peroxide comes in contact with virus and streptococcus,
it will liberate free oxygen  (02).  This may be happening in your stomach.
If your stomach feels uneasy, there is streptococcus to destroy.

If you have a weak stomach try 1 oz. of 3% hydrogen peroxide in 5 ozs. of milk,
vegetable or fruit juice, non-alcoholic or non-carbonated beverage.

There is another oral hydrogen peroxide program.  This first one uses 3%  food hydrogen peroxide and the second one uses 35%.  Using either program, a .5% solution of hydrogen peroxide should not be exceeded.


Tolerance levels seem to vary for persons using hydrogen peroxide,
but these guidelines seem generally satisfactory.
The drops referred to are undiluted 35% hydrogen peroxide.
These drops MUST BE DILUTED in water or in other liquids,
as must all 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide.
It is preferable to use distilled water for this dilution.

When reaching higher amounts of hydrogen peroxide, more water or juice may be taken as needed. 
Doing so could cause serious injury or death.
The drops of hydrogen peroxide may be put into 4 ounce of
distilled or spring water, juice or milk.

1st day,     use 9 drops (3 drops, 3 times a day)
2nd day,   use 12 drops (4 drops, 3 times a day)
3rd day,   use 15 drops (5 drops, 3 times a day)
4th day,    use 18 drops (6 drops, 3 times a day)
5th day,    use 21 drops (7 drops, 3 times a day)
6th day,    use 24 drops (8 drops, 3 times a day)
7th day,    use 27 drops (9 drops, 3 times a day)
8th day,   use 30 drops (10 drops, 3 times a day)
9th day,   use 36 drops (12 drops, 3 times a day)
10th day,   use 42 drops (14 drops, 3 times a day)
11th day,   use 48 drops (16 drops, 3 times a day)
12th day,   use 54 drops (18 drops, 3 times a day)
13th day,   use 60 drops (20 drops, 3 times a day)
14th day,   use 66 drops (22 drops, 3 times a day)
15th day,   use 72 drops (24 drops, 3 times a day)
16th day,   use 75 drops (25 drops, 3 times a day)

For more serious problems you may stay at 25 drops, 3 times per day for 1-3 weeks.
Next graduate down to 25 drops, 2 times per day until the problem is taken care of.
This may take from 1-6 months.  Don't give up!!!!

Your body will help you determine proper maintenance.
The drops of hydrogen peroxide may be put into 4 ounce of distilled or spring water, juice or milk.
Fresh pressed carrot juice, bananas that have been blended, carbonated drinks or 
alcoholic beverages are NOT compatible. 

There is an enzyme in fresh carrot juice and/or bananas that 
break down H²0² into water and oxygen. 
When reaching higher amounts of hydrogen peroxide, more water or juice may be taken as needed. 
Doing so could cause serious injury or death.
The hydrogen peroxide   "cocktail"   taken on an empty stomach or
1 hour before or 3 hours after a meal is generally most beneficial.
If nausea or discomfort develops at any level, you may stop taking it for a day or two
and then you can resume at levels that are tolerable.
NOTE:  Candidiasis victims commence the program at a much reduced level,
usually 1 or 2 drops a day until they get use to it.

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Caution:  If you spill 35% H²O² on your skin, rinse Immediately with water.
Avoid any contact with eyes.
To make a 3% solution:  mix 1 oz. 35% to 11 oz. water.  Use distilled water as often as possible.

Vegetable soak:

Add 1/4 cup 3% H²O² to a full sink of cold water.
Soak light skinned (like lettuce) 20 minutes, thicker skinned (like cucumbers) 30 minutes.
Drain.  Dry and refrigerate.  Prolongs freshness.

If time is a problem, spray vegetable (and fruits) with a solution of 3%.
 Let stand for a few minutes, rinse and dry.

Leftover tossed salad:  Spray with a solution of 1/2 cup water and 1 Tbsp. 3%.
Drain, cover and refrigerate.

To freshen kitchen:

Keep a spray bottle of 3% in the kitchen.  Use it to wipe off counter tops and appliances.
It will disinfect and give the kitchen a fresh smell.
Works great in the refrigerator and kid's school lunch boxes.


Place meat, fish, or poultry in a casserole (avoiding using aluminum pans).  Cover with 3% H²O².
Place loosely covered in refrigerator for 1/2 hours.  Rinse and cook.

In the dishwasher:

Add 2 ozs. of 3% H²O² to your regular washing formula.

Sprouting seeds:

Add 1 oz. of  3% H²O² to 1 pint of water and soak the seeds overnight.
Add the same amount of H²O² each time  you rinse the seeds.
Some people have reported 3/4" sprouts in 24 hours.

House and garden plants:

Put 1 oz. 3% H²O² in 1 quart water.  (Or add 16 drops of  35%  H²O² to one quart water.)
Water to mist with this solution.

Insecticide spray:

Mix 8 oz. white sugar, 4-8 ozs. 3%  H²O² in 1 gallon of water.

Humidifiers and steamers:

 Mix 1 pint 3%  H²O² to 1 gallon of water.


Add 8 oz. of 3% to your wash in place of bleaches.


Keep a spray bottle of 3% H²O² in the shower.
Spray your body after washing to replace the acid mantle on your skin that soap removes.


Use 3% on a cotton ball as a facial freshener after washing.

Rejuvenating Detoxifying bath:

Add 6 oz. 35%  H²O² to 1/2 tub of water.
May increase  H²O² up to 2 cups (16 oz)  per bath.  Soak at least 1/2 hour.

Alternative bath

 Add 1/2 cup  35%  H²O², 1/2 cup sea salt, 1/2 cup baking soda or epsom salts to bath water and soak.

Foot soak:

Add 1 1/2 ozs.  35%  H²O² to gallon and soak.

Athlete's foot:

Soak feet nightly in 3%  H²O² until condition is improved.


Use 3%  H²O².  Add a dash of liquid chlorophyll for flavoring if desired.


Use baking soda and add enough 3%  H²O² to make a paste.
Or just dip your brush in 3%  H²O² and brush.

Douche or Enema:
 Add 6 Tbls. of 3%  H²O² to a quart of distilled water.  6 Tbls. is the maximum to use.


Add 1/2 pint 3%  H²O² to 5 gallons warm water.
(Note: 1 pint 3% is the maximum amount to use.)


For small animals (dogs & cats) use 1 oz. 3%  H²O² to 1 qt. of water.


Use 8 ozs. 35%  H²O² per 1000 gallons of water.
If you do not have an injector, start out by using
1 tsp. 35%  H²O² in the drinking cup at the stanchion.

For the drinking water of cows that are sick, use 1 pt. 3%  H²O² to 5 gallons of water.
To drench sick calves, put 1/3 pt. of 3%  H²O² in a pt. bottle and fill remember with water.
Do this twice a day.  For an adult cow, use the same procedure, but use a quart.

To foliage feed crops, put 5 to 16 ozs. of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide into 20 gallons of water.
Spray on plants early in the morning when the dew is still on them and the birds are singing.
(It has been found that the singing of the birds opens the pores of the plants.) 

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