H2O2 Water - 2.5 liters - for the "Sunnpust® Method" Humidifier (Hydrogen Peroxide)
H2O2 Water for the "Sunnpust® Method" Humidifier (Hydrogen Peroxide).
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The Sunnpust® method is a humidifier that converts H2O2 water into inhaled steam. H2O2 (Hydrogen Peroxide) is water with extra oxygen and is a part of photosynthesis in nature. Without hydrogen peroxide in the rain, the soil surface would be rotted by bacterial overgrowth.
Hydrogen peroxide must be present for the immune system to function properly. The white blood cells produce hydrogen peroxide which is used against harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. When the level of hydrogen peroxide in the body is critically low, our general immune system will respond weaker, which in turn makes us vulnerable to a wide range of diseases.
When you breathe in the steam from the humidifier you get more oxygen into the blood, which helps the body fight bacteria. In addition to providing oxygen to the body, H2O2 stimulates important detoxification enzymes. H2O2 also helps against fungi, both in the room and in the body, and is good for everything related to breathing.
We have three different humidifiers, with different steam and timing settings and different designs. At first it may feel a little strange, but it changes after some breathing.
These are humidifiers you can have on your bedside table, living room or elsewhere.
Use it for a few hours each day / night, or sit right next to it and breathe in 10-15 minutes each day.
No side effects - only benefits.
If you have a cold, it can help you a lot.
MORE ABOUT HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
Use of humidifiers with food grade hydrogen peroxide (F.G.H.P).
In a humidifier is added a mixture of distilled water and F.G.H.P. The strength of F.G.H.P in the water is about 1.3%. This helps to clean the air in the room. Healthy and fresh air is important.
What is hydrogen peroxide?
Hydrogen peroxide was first discovered by the French scientist Louis-Jacques Thenard in 1818, who aptly called it "eau oxygenee" or oxygenated water. In Spanish, hydrogen peroxide is known as “agua oxigenada” and in Italian “acqua ossigenata” Did you know that hydrogen peroxide is simply water with extra oxygen? (Water is H2O and hydrogen peroxide is H2O2)
- Hydrogen peroxide consists of two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms.
How nature produces hydrogen peroxide
Plants take in water from the soil. During photosynthesis, they extract hydrogen atoms from the water (H2O) and then combine the hydrogen with carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air to create carbohydrates.
The plants then “breathe out” the oxygen that is left over from the water they have “de-hydrogenated”. This oxygen is lighter than the air on the ground, so it rises to the atmosphere. At high altitudes (about 10 - 35km), the relatively stable form of oxygen is bombarded by photons of light in the ultraviolet range of the electromagnetic spectrum. (wavelength (185-254 nanometers))
This radiation splits the atoms into two, and these oxygen molecules (O1) immediately attach to the nearest molecule. Many of the oxygen atoms attach to molecules of O2 to make ozone or O3.
Since ozone (O3) is heavier than oxygen (O2), it begins to fall back to earth. When it comes into contact with the molecules of water vapor, the ozone gives its third oxygen atom to the water, which then becomes H2O2. (H2O + O), which is known as hydrogen peroxide.
This oxygenated water (hydrogen peroxide) falls to the earth in the form of rain and snow. It behaves like a natural disinfectant in lakes, rivers and oceans. Were it not for hydrogen peroxide in the rain, the soil surface would be rotted by bacterial overgrowth.
Clean, fresh spring water, melted glaciers and fast streams all have relatively high levels of hydrogen peroxide. Maybe the legendary "youth sources" were actually hydrogen peroxide?
Hydrogen peroxide in nature
Hydrogen peroxide is absorbed by the plant roots along with water and is an important component of plant life.
Honey bees collect fresh hydrogen peroxide-rich nectar from plants and, as a result, honey has the antibacterial properties that can be attributed to the content of hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is also found in the animal kingdom and is involved in many of the body's natural processes. Numerous strains of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system produce hydrogen peroxide.
** NOTE **
DON'T DRINK! The Sunnpust® method H2O2 is only for humidifiers, which purify the air and provide extra oxygen in the room.
Over extended periods of time near direct vapor, this can cause eye burns and hair color may become brighter.
Keep cool and out of the reach of children!