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Food-grade hydrogen peroxide is a concentrated solution of hydrogen peroxide that has been marketed as a remedy for many ailments, including cancer. These remedies are not supported by science, and the consumption or inj... More »

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Food-grade peroxide is a 35 percent solution of hydrogen peroxide and water. Several companies sell it over the counter as a pseudoscientific remedy for various incurable diseases. The Food and Drug Administration has wa... More »

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According to the American Cancer Society, 35 percent food-grade hydrogen peroxide is commonly used to wash and preserve produce and to disinfect surfaces, tools and machines used for food preparation. These are two of th... More »

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Food-grade hydrogen peroxide, or 35 percent hydrogen peroxide, is used as a topical disinfectant for surfaces in hospitals and restaurants. Some people claim there are medicinal benefits when the substance is swallowed. ... More »

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Hydrogen peroxide bubbles when it is poured onto a cut or a wound because of an enzyme called catalase, which catalyzes the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide into its constituent molecules of water and oxygen. The bubbles a... More »

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