Hydrogen Peroxide Amazing History And Cures

Hydrogen peroxide is a naturally occurring compound found in nature (oceans, lakes, rivers, rain and snow) and in all life forms. Represented by the chemical formula H2O2.

An oxidising agent that used in many household products, such as general-purpose disinfectants, chlorine-free bleaches, fabric spot removal, contact lens disinfectants and hair dyes, it is a component of some tooth whitening products.

The pure chemical product is often used in industry, but 100% hydrogen peroxide is not available to the general public. Most often hydrogen peroxide that can be purchased at a drugstore has a concentration of 3% in water (that is, 3% H2O2, 97% H2O).

In industry, the principal use of hydrogen peroxide is as a bleaching agent in the manufacture of paper and pulp. Hydrogen peroxide has been employed medicinally for wound irrigation and for the sterilisation of ophthalmic and endoscopic instruments.

A sub-class of Leukocytes called Neutrophils produce hydrogen peroxide as the first line of…

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