Very, VERY interesting.... I know that peroxide is good for a multitude of things. I use it to sterilize vegetables by soaking them in water in the sink, with about 1/2 cup peroxide added. Lettuce lasts SO much longer when cleansed this way. It crisps up and doesn't get that awful slime - it lasts several times longer when rinsed with peroxide-water and shaken out then refrigerated.
Tidbit about Hydrogen Peroxide, H2O2: It is not 'toxic'. It is actually a volatile liquid. It has an extra oxygen molecule that wants to break off and attach to a carbon molecule. Just like Ozone, which is O3 -- they are both used as a antimicrobials. When that extra oxygen molecule breaks away and attaches to a carbon molecule on a germ, it makes the single-celled organism (germ) rupture. One byproduct of this interaction is CO2 gas (carbon dioxide), which is why peroxide bubbles when it is working.
It's great stuff!
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