Yesterday, I was researching ways to increase the amount of oxygen in my blood stream and I came across this article, The Many Benefits of Hydrogen Peroxide. I always thought that H2O2 was dangerous if take internally but after reading through other articles I can't find any evidence that mild doses of H2O2, taken orally or intravenously, is anything but beneficial. I had never thought about using H2O2 as a plant feeding supplement, but after reading through these articles it makes a lot of sense. The H2O2 is unstable and the extra Oxygen attached to a water molecule can easily break away from the molecule and attach itself to another molecule that will easily accept an oxygen. As we all already know, plant roots need oxygen, the more the better. After reading through several threads in the City, I see that pretty much everyone seems to think that H2O2 is really bad for marijuana unless it's being used to combat some distress, such as small insects. I haven't read any peer-reviewed data on this subject yet and I would really like to see a side-by-side comparison of a control plant vs H2O2 supplemented plant. In 31 days I will harvest 2 of my ladies from their bubble buckets and replace them with 2 clones from the same plant. One will be watered like normal, while the other will be receiving 120ml (1/2 cup) of 3% H2O2 per gallon of non-chlorinated water. Ceteris paribus, the only difference between the 2 will be that lil bit of H2O2. At the moment, I have in my aero cloner: 4 Super Lemon Hazes and 3 White Widows that I put in last night. I added 15ml 3% H2O2 per gallon of non-chlorinated water, in addition to 1/2 tsp Superthrive, 2 tsp BC Boost (Technaflora), and 1 tsp BC Grow (Technaflora). Normally my clones take root in 5 days with that light nute dose, I am hoping that the H2O2 will make them root even faster and stronger. I'll show pics of the clones when they root. Anyone with experience growing with H2O2 on a regular basis, I welcome your data.