Can an inexpensive and easy to administer at-home treatment treat the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2? According to Dr. Thomas Levy,1 the answer is yes. The remedy in question is hydrogen peroxide, aerosolized in any standard nebulizer.
Originally conceptualized in the early ’90s by Dr. Charles Farr,2,3 hydrogen peroxide treatment can successfully treat most viral respiratory illnesses, including coronavirus. According to Levy:
“While different individuals can be expected to have variable degrees of positive response, this intervention can be anticipated to eliminate eventual fatal disease outcomes in all but the most advanced cases.”
It’s worth keeping in mind that while the elderly and those with underlying medical conditions are at increased risk of serious complications and death, the overall mortality rate of COVID-19 appears to be quite low, and very similar to influenza.4
A compilation of reported mortality statistics from around the world can be found in the paper,5“Likelihood of Survival of Coronavirus Disease 2019,” published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, March 30, 2020. For the latest up to the minute COVID-19 stats, see the “Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering” page.
That said, considering the fact that scientists still do not know whether COVID-19 patients gain lifelong immunity to the virus, or whether it will act more like cold and flu viruses where each season presents a new opportunity for infection,6 having an inexpensive and simple way to treat yourself at first signs of symptoms may be a priority for many.
…Your immune cells actually produce hydrogen peroxide. This is in part how your immune system kills cells that have been infected with a virus. By killing the infected cell, viral reproduction is stopped. So, hydrogen peroxide therapy is in essence only aiding your immune cells to perform their natural function more effectively.
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