35% Hydrogen Peroxide Food Grade Certified - 8 oz Bottle - Recommende By The One Minute...
No Stabilizes, No Petroleum, No Benzene, No Additives and No Heavy Metal. 1 Bottle 8 oz of H2O2 with a FREE 1 oz Bottle Dropper empty for your convenience.H2o2 Hydrogen Peroxide Food Grade Certified #7722-84-1. Our Policy is 100% Customer Satisfaction. Money-Back Guarantee. We will honor our policy no questions ask. Our H2o2 Grade Hydrogen Certified supplier manufactured this product in accordance with the Food Chemical Codex in Quart to Gallon sizes. There are ZERO toxins in true our certified Hydrogen Peroxide, only pure oxygen to be released. Our supplier of Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide Certified that our product was sampled and inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for your safety. Used for oxygenating, sterilizing and disinfecting. Use in bath water to oxygenate the blood. 35% H202 diluted with distilled water 17.5% h2o2 Food Grade Certified is fresh. The dropper needs to be kept a little loose to allow it to vent and to avoid pressure built up in the bottle.FDA Warns Consumers Against Drinking High-Strength Hydrogen Peroxide for Medicinal Use. Ingestion Can Lead to Serious Health Risks and Death. The statements on this website and products have not been reviewed or approved by the F.D.A. The statements on this website and the products are not meant to diagnose or cure any disease or illness. Improper handling and usage of hydrogen peroxide may cause serious injury or death.OUR POLICY IS 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.
No Stabilizes, No Petroleum, No Benzene, No Additives and No Heavy Metal
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