Can anyone please advise if it is possible to take MMS sacraments whilst I am taking anti rejection drugs for a liver transplant that a friend of mine had about 4 months ago.
He has now been diagnosed with lung cancer and the oncologist has been told that the cancer has spread/is spreading everywhere and there is nothing they can do.
I would appreciate any help... Many thanks in advance!
MMS is basically neutral to the body, to beneficial bacteria, and to medical drugs.
Anti-rejection drugs suppress your immune system which is not helpful if your body is trying to heal itself from cancer. In this case, it would seem the patient has nothing to lose by trying MMS. If it was me, I would use as many of the sacraments as I could; internally and externally.
The following user(s) said Thank You: fourfingerz, Researcher
Hi There, I posted this in a related section but it may have some relevance for you.
My partner has a Kidney transplant of twenty years now and she regularly takes CDS for various things like urinary tract infections and to nip colds and flues in the bud. She has numerous blood tests and they can detect antibiotic like activity. Her transplant was under stress five years ago and deteriorating, but since CDS/MMS she has become very stable and the doctors are very happy with her progress. At twenty years she is now one of the longest in New Zealand. Pre CDS /MMs, the use of Antibiotics always had a bad effect on her health.She would have to rest for two days after one good day out. Now she never needs rest days at all. I make the CDS as she prefers it to MMS, as we both did the old high protcols and she got heartily sick of the MMS - citric taste. She now is up early ,rides her horse,walks the dogs average of 6kms a day and cooks the evening meal. Every day!!! So from five years first hand experience with MMS/CDS, we know that it is very beneficial and does not interfere with transplant drugs. Hope this helps. Rev Phil.
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