Thursday, February 18, 2016

In 1928 Richard Simmons, M.D. hypothesized that colds and flu virus enter through the ear canal. His findings were not accepted by the medical community.
According to Dr. Simmons, there is only one way that you can catch colds, and that’s via the ear canal as opposed to your nose and throat.  Then in 1938, German researchers had great success using hydrogen peroxide for treating colds and the flu. But their data has been ignored for over 60 years. Hydrogen peroxide has a wide spectrum of antibacterial and viral activity, thus it can kill the common cold and flu viruses upon contact.
When hydrogen peroxide is applied or taken as a remedy, it reacts with organic material and the substance breaks down into its elemental form – separate water and oxygen. This added oxygen in the system creates an environment in which most diseases cannot thrive or even live.

How to Use Hydrogen Peroxide for Colds and Flu

All you need to do is use regular hydrogen peroxide.

  • Lay down on your side.
  • Put 6 drops in your ear.  You will hear a fizzing and crackling noise.
  • Wait five minutes.
  • Wait until the bubbling and stinging subside (usually 5 to 10 minutes), then drain onto a tissue or the sink and repeat with the other ear.
  • Get a good night sleep.

It is proven to be effective especially if done when your symptoms first appear.


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