Beat a Cold with Hydrogen Peroxide

Each year around one billion colds affect the lives of Americans making it the most common infectious disease in the U.S.  The biggest misconception about the common cold is that contact with bacteria is the main cause when in fact the cause is contact with a virus, which makes the run to get antibiotics almost pointless. Though there is no cure for the common cold, one little trick when you begin to feel sick is a few drops of 3% hydrogen peroxide into each ear.  Once the bubbling and slight stinging subside (around 5-10 minutes), drain onto a tissue.

If you have a cold or flu, try 3% hydrogen peroxide. It’s easy, it’s inexpensive, and you can find it at almost any drug store near you.[1]

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