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Re: No simple answer
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Re: No simple answer

Thanks for taking the time to respond. As you point out some very interesting information, it doesn't really help to scientifically conclude what effect H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) would have on gut flora.

I didn't realize such a high percentage of bacteria were known to be anaerobes. However, as I did some more research, I found that many bacteria, even being anaerobes, can still survive and thrive in environments with low to moderate O2 levels. Gram-negative/positive bacteria and the such vary greatly in their responses to certain environments.

I guess there is no real easy answer to my question. It would seem that the trick, as you pointed out, is to not disrupt the microbiome in the first place. Sadly, once it gets out of balance, the trick of replacing it is quite the dicey one.

My reason for wanting to use H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) orally is due to a candida overgrowth as well as parasitic control. I also found some information that suggested that it is not solely the effect of the extra oxygen which can explain its medicinal potential.

While this wouldn't speak to its effect on direct inhibition of candida or parasites, I wonder just how it would indirectly help or hurt.

I would also have to agree with you on the point that each person will have different reactions depending on their own individual characteristics.

Thanks again for your reply and if anyone has something else to add, please do so!


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