I'm SO excited I finally discovered this. It was through a link to the Red Cross video on Edward Griffin's news site.
1. In some interviews Jim says that Calcium Hypochlorite (turns into Hypochlorous Acid) is every bit as good as, and maybe better than, Sodium Chlorite (turns into Chlorine Dioxide). Are most results as good if only taking that? It is certainly more readily available for 'the masses' - and I hope to help tell 'the masses'.
2. The acquisition of good bacteria is missing in all MMS presentations. Washing hands and cleaning veggies with MMS is a good way NOT to acquire friendly bacteria. How can I get this message to Jim and Andreas? We need about 200 species of good bacteria to fight off the bad. And most folks are way short due to anti-biotics in milk and meat and medicine cabinets.
ps. This is my first post. I'm a newbie - but I've read & watched a lot so far. Thanks!
MMS is about the removal of pathogens that make us sick. As such, the acquisition of "good bacteria" is out of the purview of what MMS and the church is about. With the exception of commenting that people should get a welll-rounded diet, including meats, Jim does not usually recommend dietary supplements.
I believe that if you look at protocol 4000, you will see the use of calcium hypochlorite only. The two (CD and calcium hypochlorite) work a little differently in the body. Personally, if it were me, I'd do both (as in protocol 2000), if I had a real problem.
Looked all through Edward Griffin's website, didn't see the RC video -
Yes, I plan on doing both too. Just curious about effectiveness of only doing the one.
I know Jim does not recommend supplements. But Andreas recommends washing all of your veggies and hands. Come to think of it, my new question is this: Does washing veggies with MMS kill only the BAD bacteria, like when Chlorine Dioxide is within your body?
As for the news item of Griffin's site, I also can not find it anymore. This is troubling. If he took it off I'd certainly like to know why! It was up on last weeks news for SURE. I saw it again only this weekend. Now it is gone. Hmmm!
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