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- December 14, 2003 at 7:15 pm #250533Guest
> > At the first sign of a flu, put a few drops of 3% hydrogen
peroxide into each ear, one ear at a time. Keep the solution in for
10 minutes or until the bubbling stops. Your temperature should start
dropping within minutes, and your flu should be gone within 12 to 14
Has anyone tried this personally?
The reason I ask is that when I had
a bad sore throat and a sore ear, I figured I was out nothing to try
putting peroxide solution in my bad ear (drum was intact).I did this once daily for about 3 days, and my sore throat (and ear
pain) left completely. I had to go to the DR for an asthma check up
about a week later and asked her about what I had done. I could tell
she thought I was nuts, and she immediately told me that if the sore
throat/ear pain had left at that time, it was only luck and nothing
Personally, I think it worked, and will try it again. I was just
wondering if others had had similar results?
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