Homestead health: Use peroxide for better health

Ransey, Becky
January 2006
Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p108
The article offers information on the different home uses of peroxide. It cites the use of peroxide as a mouthwash, disinfectant and antibacterial. It mentions how peroxide can be used in cleaning the bathroom and as a nasal decongestant. The article also describes the effect of spraying peroxide on hair color and appearance.


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