Hydrogen peroxide is a first aid staple in many households, routinely used to disinfect small wounds. But its uses go far beyond simply disinfecting a child’s skinned knee. Hydrogen peroxide has myriad other uses.
From whitening teeth to fighting armpit stains, it’s the little brown bottle no home should be without!
Hydrogen peroxide is not just for cuts and scrapes
Hydrogen peroxide is often the go-to disinfectant for moms to use on their kids’ cuts and scrapes. But why do they stop there?
Help your liver remove toxins
You need optimal liver function to enjoy optimal health. Otherwise, the barrage of toxins that surround you can warp metabolism, increase your risk of cancer and possibly destroy your cardiovascular system. Give your liver some all-natural support, and it can help keep you safe.
The miraculous antibacterial wound treatment you can keep at home
A couple of weeks ago, while rushing around the house, I slipped, fell and cut my head. It wasn’t quite serious enough to necessitate a trip to the hospital. So I put a homemade ointment on it that, within about a week, helped erase just about any sign of the injury.
Natural topical antiseptic agents
Skin infections are easy to get, yet hard to clear up. The important thing when dealing with a potential cutaneous infection is to address it right away–especially one that has the potential to become serious.