Nebulizing is a process by which a liquid is converted into a fine spray for inhaling. Nebulizers are commonly used by patients with lung diseases such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
For more than two decades, I have had patients nebulize a dilute (0.4 percent) solution of hydrogen peroxide and 5 percent Lugol’s iodine. To prepare the solution, I mix up a combination of hydrogen peroxide and saline. The patient draws off a small amount of the solution (3cc) and adds in 1 drop of the Lugol’s solution and nebulizes that mixture.
Both hydrogen peroxide and iodine have virus-killing benefits and help to oxygenate and detoxify the lungs.
I have seen many COVID-19 patients improve their breathing issues by nebulizing this solution. Sicker patients were treated with intravenous doses of vitamin C and hydrogen peroxide. (These were actually administered outside our office in order to reduce the risk of infecting other patients.)
In addition, ozone was injected in the patients’ buttocks.
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