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H2O2: Hydrogen Peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide is one of the safest and most important substances in our "nature's toolbox". It can be used as a non-toxic cleaner and surface disinfectant. H2O2 can safely be used to oxygenate water. It can be used to kill microorganisms in water. It can safely be used in daily oral hygiene. It can help address both mouth infections and ear infections.
In alternative medicine, it has been used in nebulizers, injected directly into the bloodstream, and has been used internally for parasitic infections.
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