Hello fellow MMS'ers
I've now been taking MMS for about 8 weeks and although my breast cancer tumor has decreased in size I have not yet healed completely. I'm finding it increasingly difficut to stay committed to the protocol. I'd be thrilled to speak often via phone or zoom with others who are on this same journey. Supporting and cheering each other along the way toward (our) complete healing would for me make a big difference.
Thanks for responding:
The protocols I'm following:
-the first 3 weeks I did MMS1 (Protocol 1000)
-week 4 added DSMO (protocol 1000+)
-week 5 - I was traveling for 7 days and did the maintenance program only (6-6-1000+)
-week 6 did MMS2 (with no DMSO)
-week 7 - I continue with MMS2 but added DMSO
* 3 days ago I did 1 patch (1000+) on my breast (10-10-10 with 20 drops of water) but it was way to strong and literally burned the skin (now using aloe vera and its healing)
"-week 7 - I continue with MMS2 but added DMSO."
Do not mix MMS2 and DMSO. The following from Jim Humble's latest book:
● Never use DMSO in a drink while at the same time taking calcium hypochlorite (MMS2) capsules. The DMSO can cause the MMS2 to heat and it could become very uncomfortable in your stomach. (If this should happen by accident, drink plenty of cold water to alleviate any discomfort.)"
I would not use MMS1 topically because it is only 10% activated and contains a lot of residual MMS and possibly some acid. Only use CDS and maybe DMSO. Start with diluted CDS and then decrease dilution aiming for undiluted CDS. If okay, then add DMSO on top of CDS, but start with just one drop and rub in. DMSO should be diluted 70/30 or 50/50 with water. Full strength DMSO may be too strong.
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