35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
NOTE: The FDA has approved the following Hydrogen Peroxide products for Industrial and Agricultural use ONLY.
Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) is used in agriculture, in the field, and with farm animals. It can also be a household helper for cleaning and sterilizing.
ALWAYS use 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide in a dilute solution. NEVER use it as a concentrate without diluting it first.
To make a 3% solution: Mix 1 ounce of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide with 11 ounces of water. Distilled water is best when possible, especially if the solution is to be stored for any length of time.
Storage: Keep out of fluorescent light. Store in a cool dark place.
The following information is for educational purposes only and is not meant to treat or prescribe. Wolf Creek Ranch will not be held responsible for any problems which may occur due to the educational information listed here. This information is not considered as a guarantee, expressed or implied, or as a condition of sale of this product. Wolf Creek Ranch will not be held responsible for any typographical errors, or erroneous statement. For further information on the uses of food grade hydrogen peroxide, do a Google search or read, "Flood Your Body with Oxygen" or "UnMedical Miracle Oxygen" by Elizabeth Baker.
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3% Hydrogen Peroxide (Drug/Grocery Store Variety) ~ Used as antimicrobial agent for treating wounds and sanitizing agent [Made from 50% Super D Peroxide, Diluted. Contains stabilizers - phenol, acetanilide, sodium stanate, tetrasodium phosphate among them.] [This peroxide contains known chemicals do not ingest!]
6% Hydrogen Peroxide ~ Used by Beauticians for Coloring Hair. Used as sanitizing agent. Comes in strengths labeled 10,20,40 volume. Must have activator added to be used as a bleach. [Contains stabilizers, additives, and impurities dependent on manufacturing and dilution process. Do not ingest.]
30% Re-Agent Hydrogen Peroxide ~ Used in medical research. [Contains stabilizers, additives, and impurities dependent on manufacturing and dilution process. Do not ingest.]
30-32% Electronic Grade Hydrogen Peroxide ~ Used for washing transistors and integrated chip parts before assembly. [Contains stabilizers, additives, and impurities dependent on manufacturing and dilution process. Do not ingest.]
35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (Also 50% Food Grade H2O2) ~ Used in food products like cheese, eggs, whey products. Also used to spray inside of foil lined containers for food storage ~ known as the aseptic packaging system. Used for the disinfection of potable water.
Also used (diluted) to disinfect, kill bacteria, sanitize wounds and introduce oxygen into the body. Eg. bathing, gargle, toothpaste, treat drinking water, etc.
35% Technical Grade Hydrogen Peroxide ~ Used for waste water treatment and the disinfection of potable water, cosmetics, and laundry applications. Also used (diluted) to disinfect, kill bacteria, sanitize wounds and introduce oxygen into the body. Eg. bathing, gargle, toothpaste, treat drinking water, etc. [May contain a small amount of phosphorus to neutralize any chlorine in the water it is combined with.]
35% Standard Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (Also 50%, 60%, 70% Standard Grades) ~ Used mainly for bleaching in the pulp and paper industry and in the textile industry; oxidation reactions in the chemical industry; environmental processes (detoxification and deodorization). Used for Waste water treatment. [Contains stabilizers, additives, and impurities Do not ingest.]
90% Hydrogen Peroxide ~ Used by the military as a source of Oxygen at Cape Canaveral. Used as a propulsion source in rocket fuel.
99.6% Hydrogen Peroxide ~ This was first made in 1954 as an experiment to see how pure a hydrogen peroxide could be manufactured.
To make a 3% H2O2 solution, take one (1) ounce of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide and mix with 11 ounces of water, preferably distilled water, to obtain 12 ounces of 3% H2O2.
1 Pint 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide makes 1.5 gallons of 3% H2O2 solution.
1 Quart 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide makes 3 gallons of 3% H2O2 solution.
1 Gallon 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide makes 12 gallons of 3% H2O2 solution.
Vegetable soak: (In place of Clorox) Add 1/4 cup 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to a sink full of cold water. Soak light vegetables (lettuce, etc.) 20 minutes, thicker skinned vegetables for 30 minutes. Drain and dry.
To Freshen the Kitchen: Keep a bottle of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide in the kitchen. Use it to wipe off counter tops and appliances. It disinfects and gives the kitchen a fresh smell. Works great inside the refrigerator and on Formica counter tops.
In the Dishwasher: Add 2 ozs. of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to your regular washing formula. Glasses will really sparkle.
Sprouting seeds: Add 1 oz. of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to 1 pint of water and soak the seeds overnight. Add the same amount of H2O2 each time the seeds are rinsed.
Humidifiers & Steamers: Use 1 pint 3% food grade H2O2 to 1 gallon of water.
Washing & Laundry: Add 8 ozs. of 3% food grade H2O2 to wash in place of bleach.
Facial: Use 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide on a cotton ball after washing. Avoid eyebrows and eyes.
Rejuvenating & Detoxifying Bath: Use 250 ml (1 cup) of 35% food grade H2O2 to a tub. Soak at least for 30 minutes. Wonderful invigorating effervescent bubbles!
Shower: Keep a spray bottle of 3% H2O2 in the shower. Spray body after washing to replace the acid mantle on your skin that soap removes.
Foot Soak: Add 1 ½ ounces of 35% H2O2, to 1 gallon water and soak.
Hydrogen peroxide is a healthy, environmentally friendly alternative to chlorine in your hot tub. Switch to hydrogen peroxide and you will be bathing in clean, oxygen enriched, odor free water. Always check with the manufacturer of your pool or tub as to the compatibility of hydrogen peroxide with your system.
Many recommend shocking your pool or tub to start using hydrogen peroxide. Either Food Grade or Technical Grade can be used.
To “shock” your pool or hot tub, a relatively high level is used at a ratio of 1 cup for every 250 gallons. DO NOT RUN your pump continuously. Rather, run it only long enough to circulate the water and then turn off the pump. Ideally, you should add the H2O2 at sunset and allow the water to sit 24 hours before turning the pump back on. The tub or pool may be used afterwards.
It is NOT necessary to shock your pool or hot tub if you are starting with fresh water. H2O2 will not adversely interact with other pool chemicals.
This depends quite a bit on the water source and the amount of organic materials that enter the water (dust, leaves, number of people using the pool etc.) If you are starting with new water, a good starting point is 1 cup of Food Grade H2O2 for every 500 gallons of water.
H2O2 interacts with and oxidizes organic materials and decomposes with UV light. This is a reason that H2O2 must be added time to time to maintain its level in the water. There is no danger of H2O2 levels increasing or forming dangerous residual chemicals.
Ideally, you would keep the concentration level measuring between 50 and 90 ppm. Test strips can be found for such testing at any local pool store.
As with any pool or hot tub with a filtration system, you should regularly check your filter(s) as clogged filters will damage some pumping systems.
H2O2 should ALWAYS be stored in TOTAL DARKNESS and a cool location. UV light causes H2O2 to decompose.
Always wear plastic gloves and safety goggles when adding H2O2 to the water as it can splash or spill. You simply add the hydrogen peroxide to the water and no special injection system is necessary.
Many farmers have reported good results from the use of food grade H2O2. Claims have been made of reduced disease, increased butterfat in milk, higher egg production, heavier chickens and healthier fruit and fish. The following is a summary of how some farmers and ranchers use H2O2:
Drinking Water for Farm Animals: Use 8 ozs. of 35% food grade H2O2 per 1000 gallons of water or 30 ppm.
Dairy Barn: Use as a pipeline rinse for milkstone. As a rule, 2 to 4 ounces of 35% H2O2 to 15 gallons of water will work with good results. Also works well for rinsing milk cans and bulk tanks to keep down bacteria as well as milkstone.
Power Wash: To sanitize dairy barns or hog houses use enough hydrogen peroxide to cause a light foaming action when spraying the floors and walls. Leave this until the foaming subsides, and rinse again. If foaming recurs, either raise the amount of H2O2 or continue at the same level and respray.
Udder Wash: Use 1 oz. of 35% H2O2 to a gallon of warm water. The cows tend to have softer teats and are freer of bacteria which reduces bacteria in the bulk tank.
Colostrum Milk: To keep it from spoilage until it is all fed to the newborn calf, depending on the time of year, pH of the milk, temperature, etc., one can use from 1/4 oz. to up to 1 oz. of 35% H2O2 per gallon of colostrum milk.
Newborn Calves: To add extra oxygen, add 10 to 15 drops 35% H2O2 to a bottle of milk, morning and evening, per calf. This has helped to brighten up calves and in some cases of scours, depending on the pH of the milk being fed.
Drench: For high fever and off- feed cows with mastitis, depending on the situation and case, mix 1 to 2 ounces of 35% H2O2 to 1 quart of water, drenching the animal morning and evening for as long as needed, usually 2-3 days.
Ailing Cows: Use 1 pint of 3% H2O2 to 5 gallons of water.
Induce vomiting: Use 3% H2O2.
Animal Wounds: Clean wounds of animals with 3% H2O2.
Afterbirth of Cows: Cows settle and clean out faster after giving birth to a calf when H2O2 is added to their drinking water.
Decontamination of Broiler Chicken Carcasses: A 0.5% to 1% solution has been used for 10 minutes as a soak to decontaminate for salmonella.
Pets: For small animals (dogs and cats) use 1 oz. 3% food grade H2O2 to 1 quart of water.
Foliar Feed: For crops, put 16 ozs. of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide into 20 gallons of water. This is sufficient for one acre. Spray on plants early in the morning.
Seed Germination: To germinate seeds put 1 to 5 ozs. of 3% hydrogen peroxide into a pint of distilled water. Soak the seeds for 8 hours. Excellent results have been reported on older seeds as well as fresh.
Insecticide: Mix 8 ozs. or more of 3% H2O2 to a gallon of water with 8 ozs. of molasses or white sugar (molasses seems to adhere to the plant better).
House & Garden Plants: Put 1 oz. of 3% H2O2 into a quart of water (or add 16 drops 35% to 1 quart water). Water or mist plants with this solution.
Orchards: Water ground around the trees using 6-8 ozs. of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to a gallon of water, and also use it as a foliar spray.
Being used at the rate of 5 ppm to control fungal growth on fish. Tropical fish raisers use 1 oz. of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide to 20 gallons of water. Caution: More is NOT better.
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