This is the best vegetable wash, and it’s nontoxic and easy to make! Give it a try.
0:00 Introduction: The best vegetable wash
0:10 Hydrogen peroxide as a nontoxic vegetable wash
1:40 Hydrogen peroxide vs. food grade hydrogen peroxide
2:19 How to use hydrogen peroxide as a vegetable wash
2:58 Other uses for hydrogen peroxide
3:48 Natural pesticides
5:20 Check out my video on how the liver deactivates poisons!
What is the best nontoxic vegetable wash? The short answer is hydrogen peroxide. But, let’s talk about why.
Hydrogen peroxide breaks down into water and oxygen. Our bodies actually make hydrogen peroxide as a defense mechanism to fight pathogens.
Hydrogen peroxide can kill microbes on vegetables. It can also help remove chemicals that kill microbes, like insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, and pesticides.
The problem with these chemicals is that they are fat-soluble and can get locked into our fat cells, organs, and neurological tissue.
Some form of insecticide, fungicide, herbicide, and pesticide has likely been used on your organic vegetables too. Even though it’s not as toxic, it still might be on the vegetables you bring home. This is why a good nontoxic vegetable wash is essential.
There is hydrogen peroxide and food grade hydrogen peroxide. I recommend food grade hydrogen peroxide that’s 3%. You need to dilute it by mixing 1/4 cup of food grade hydrogen peroxide in 1 gallon of water. You can then soak your vegetables in this mixture for about 20 minutes. Keep in mind that hydrogen peroxide only lasts about six months.
Diluted hydrogen peroxide can also be used:
• As a natural mouthwash
• To help remove tartar
• As a natural deodorant
• As a natural disinfectant
• To help with an ear infection
• To help with a sore throat
• To help with acne
• To help with athlete’s foot
Natural, nontoxic pesticide alternatives for your home and garden:
• Neem oil
• Diluted vinegar
• Diluted castile soap
• Diatomaceous earth
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