Staying Well with Povidone Iodine

In recent years, there has been growing interest in the use of intranasal povidone-iodine (PVP-I) as a means of reducing bacterial infections. Dr. Peter McCollough, a renowned cardiologist and epidemiologist, has been a leading advocate of this approach. His work has demonstrated that PVP-I can be highly effective in killing bacteria in the nasal passages, which can be a key source of infection.

One of the key advantages of intranasal PVP-I is that it is a simple and non-invasive approach to preventing infection. The nasal passages are a major point of entry for bacteria into the body, and by applying PVP-I directly to this area, it is possible to eliminate a large proportion of the bacteria that might otherwise take hold. This approach is particularly effective for individuals who are at high risk of infection, such as healthcare workers, or those who have compromised immune systems.

Despite the promise of intranasal PVP-I, there is still much to be learned about this approach. Dr. McCollough and others are continuing to conduct research into the effectiveness and safety of PVP-I, as well as exploring new applications for this technology. As more information becomes available, it is likely that PVP-I will become an increasingly important tool in the fight against bacterial infections.


You can make your own nasal spray with the following items:

Povidone Iodine

Empty Nasal Sprayer:

You will also need distilled water and Redmonds Real Salt:


Add 10 drops of Povidone Iodine to clean, empty bottle.  Add small pinch of salt.  Fill with distilled water and shake well.

Use a few sprays in each nose - enough liquid that you will spray it into your nose and spit it out your mouth.  Dr McCollough recommends doing this twice a day preventatively and 4 times a day when ill.