Is hydrogen peroxide herpes treatment safe?

Herpes simplex. Hydrogen peroxide is probably reasonably safe to use but is not likely to make a significant difference in outcome.

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Can hydrogen peroxide help in the treatment of cancer?

Very little data... Taking a quick look at the medical literature, i found a couple of studies performed in japan where the authors injected unresectable tumors with hydrogen peroxide and then irradiated them, with the idea that the hydrogen peroxide would make the tumor more sensitive to radiation therapy. They demonstrated safety of the technique, but whether it helped or not was unclear. Read more...

Is hydrogen peroxide an alternative for cancer treatment?

No. Not that I am aware of. Best to stick with traditional medications recommended by a trained professional medical oncologist when dealing with a potentially serious condition of cancer. Read more...
No. This is a vicious scam. Despite all the pretty "natural healing" and dark "conspiracy" talk, it's worthless. Neglect mainstream treatment and you'll pay for your mistake with your life. Use this as a supplement and you've paid your good money to a charlatan. If you're promised a cure and it failed, the charlatan will blame you. ("You ate GMO food.") Be savvy. Read more...

Is hydrogen peroxide a good treatment for facial acne?

No. Get something that actually works -- a cheap rx. I start folks on topical clindamycin, with a retinoic acid derivative if there are lots of blackheads, benzoyl peroxide if not. The cost should be almost nothing. More extensive disease is usually manageable by oral antibiotics, and dermatologists have the big guns. This is the 21st century and nobody needs unwanted acne. Read more...