Remedy: Hydrogen peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide H2O2. What it is, healing properties, uses, remedies and treatments, how to use it, possible reactions, warnings, and what to buy (and what not to buy).
Side-effects posted by Varadu of Chennai, Tamilnadu, India on 13 November 2015 at 23:52 3723
After rinsing with hydrogen proxide it gives severe tooth ache. Advise not to use
Comment posted by Becky of Chilliwack, BC, Canada on 30 April 2013 at 17:14 1123
Hydroponic stores have food grade 35 percent hydrogen peroxide. For 21 years havent been to dentist until today. No cavaties. I believe it's because I healed with the hydrogen peroxide mouth wash I make.
Comment posted by Dan of Perth, WA, Australia on 28 March 2013 at 0:46 1058
I got "35%" from nightingale pharmacy in south lake, after using it or a few weeks and having no improvements, I put 1 drop on my skin, knowing it should oxidize, nothing at all. So I ordered H2O2 test strips, and after testing a diluted solution I've determined I was sold 3% I'll be heading back to nightingales and demanding they refund my money. Will be trying a supplier on eBay.
Comment posted by South of the River of Perth, Western Australia, Australia on 17 August 2012 at 14:30 715
I got 35% from Nightingales Pharmacy, South Lake. Ask Bret, the pharmacist. If you explain what you want to do, he will make it for you in 10 minutes.
Question posted by Zainab of Cape town, Western Cape, South Africa on 12 July 2012 at 5:36 700
Hi elric from Rondebosch. I too reside in the Southern Suburbs, and I was wondering where I can purchase Hydrogen Peroxide 3%
Comment posted by David of Perth, WA, Australia on 2 December 2011 at 20:33 538
Hello Zim, in Perth, West Australia you can get 50% food grade h2o2 at several chemists, including some but not all Friendlies Chemists. Be careful, it is potent and dangerous. Double check that you dilute it correctly, it is 50% not 35%.
Question posted by Zim of Perth, WA, Australia on 1 December 2011 at 18:14 537
Hi, I'm from Perth Western Australia. Where can I get 35% Food Grade H2O2?
Comment posted by Eric of Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa on 4 June 2010 at 14:2 255
My grandma told me about clove oil for tooth pain. Dentists used it long ago, and it really works. First it is an anaesthetic, it numbs the tooth and surrounding area. It is also an antiseptic, killing the bacteria in the mouth and helping prevent plaque. I just dab it on with a cotton wool bud and it works in a minute or two.
I also use hydrogen peroxide as a mouthwash. I am prone to cavities, so I make sure there is no food remaining between teeth after each meal. I have been using h2o2 for a couple of years now, and haven't needed to see the dentist since starting to use it.
Comment posted by KeithDom of Sydney, NSW, Australia on 25 May 2010 at 16:14 217
I had really bad toothache from a cavity. Got some clove oil from my health food store, and applied it directly to the tooth with a cotton wool tip. There was an immediate reduction in pain, and it remained soothed for hours. I feel the infection was also healing. I did this three times a day for a couple of days, and the toothache was gone. The other thing I did was rinse my mouth with hydrogen peroxide (6 drops 3% in half a glass of water) after each meal, and then spat it out. And I chewed on raw garlic, which I feel reduced the infection. Thank you - these remedies really work
Remedy (new) posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 14 May 2010 at 18:46 201
In a one-mouthful-size shot glass, mix half 3% hydrogen peroxide, and half clean water. Use this as a mouth rinse, swish it around the painful tooth, and hold it against the tooth as long as you can. Do not swallow - this is a strong rinse! An alternative is to wet a cotton wool bud with 3% hydrogen peroxide and put it in the cavity or crack on the infected tooth. In a few minutes the pain will reduce. It needs a minimum of several minutes to penetrate; wet the bud several times to keep applying it to the tooth