Nebulizing is an easy, safe and effective way to help respiratory (lung) illnesses.
A nebulizer is a type of medical equipment that is used to administer medication directly and quickly to the lungs of a person with severe respiratory conditions like asthma.
The electrical compressor is often mistakenly referred to as “a nebulizer,” which is incorrect. The nebulizer is the plastic bowl chamber (nebulizer chamber), into which a liquid drug or solution is dispensed. Compressed air is then forced along the tube to the nebulizer chamber, where it is converted into fine mist, which can be inhaled via a mouthpiece or face mask. By this way, the lungs and the respiratory system can get the medicine directly and more efficiently.
Nebulizers come in hand held battery/USB cable operated (small and convenient for travel) or table top. It is advised that a power source is very important to make sure the treatment will be effective.
You can nebulize remedies such as:
- Food Grade 3% Hydrogen Peroxide
- Colloidal silver
- NAC (N-acetylcysteine) with saline
- Lugol’s Iodine
- Essential oils
Always do your research and seek professional medical advice before taking supplements.
To create a 2-5% solution, combine:
- 5 CCs (5 ml) 0.9% Saline Solution
- 1 CCs (1 ml) 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
- 2 Drops 2% J Crow’s Lugol’s Iodine
Nebulize until metered bowl is empty. It would be advisable to persist in these treatments several times daily for at least 24 to 48 hours after you feel everything is completely normal in your sinuses, nose, and throat. This helps to eliminate the possibility of a relapse of clinical infection and associated symptoms.