FAQ's

Is H2O2 safe?

It is safe if used correctly.  Please visit the safe handling tab for more information.

How much should I purchase?

Many first time users like to buy a pint or a quart.  If you intend to replace the chemicals in your pool or jacuzzi start with a  gallon or ask about our spa kit. 8 ounce bottles are also available.

What exactly is in Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide?

Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide consists of two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms. Hydrogen Peroxide resembles water (H2O), but one extra oxygen molecule makes this natural water additive the most powerful oxidizer on earth. It occurs in nature during a rainstorm.  When lightning strikes, H2O2 is produced.  It is also found naturally in mother's milk (collostrum), and even in honey.

Where in the world can I find Hydrogen Peroxide?

One natural source is found in the healing waters of Lourdes France. Millions of people make the trek yearly to bath & drink in the miracle healing waters that contain up to 0.25% h202.

Is H2O2 a disinfectant?

Of course, people often use the low grade 3% hydrogen peroxide as an antiseptic on cuts and scrapes. But it is not general knowledge that 35% Food Grade H2O2 is a powerful oxidizer that kills bacteria, viruses and fungus. It is also great for disinfecting your kitchen and bathroom. You can make your household cleaner less toxic by using this product in place of more caustic chemicals such as bleach.

Can H2O2 fight infection?

Hydrogen Peroxide is necessary for our immune system to function correctly. White blood cells are called Leukocytes. Leukocytes exist in three classes: Granulocytes, Lymphocytes and Monocytes. Granulocytes are further divided into three classes: Neutrophils, Eosinophils and Basophils. Neutrophils produce Hydrogen Peroxide to kill toxins, parasites, bacteria, viruses and yeast.

How much oxygen is in 35% H2O2?

One pint of 35% H2O2 is equivalent to 130 pints of oxygen. Hydrogen peroxide stimulates enzyme systems throughout the body. It also increases the metabolic rate, causing small arteries to dilate and increases blood flow; dissolving plaque throughout the arterial systems.