Chronically Healthy Life - Bio-Hacking Tip 31 Nebulized H2O2 to treat Acute Upper Respiratory InfectionSep 15, 2023
It's Flu, cold and CV season.
Each week on the Chronically Healthy Life show, we share a new Bio-hack that leads to better health and longevity that are easy to follow.
On our Bio-hacking episode 31, Andy Nam shares what is the best treatment to use when you first get infected by any viral upper respiratory including the latest Variant of Covid.
He will show how to use the nebulizer and how much H2O2 to use, and how often you need to do it, to treat the viral infection before it has time to fester and cause bigger potential health problems.
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