I'm interested in using MMS as a mouthwash and produce wash. I searched the forum extensively for these topics, but almost everything I found is from 2011 and 2013, and not particularly informative. These subjects are also not addressed in the Health Recovery Guidebook.
1. How can one correctly use MMS as a mouthwash - dosage, application time/frequency, storage/shelf life? (The closest thing I found in the HRG deals with brushing teeth.)
2. What is the current suggested protocol for using MMS as a fruit and vegetable wash? Is tap water ok for this purpose, or is distilled water still mandatory? What can we expect this to do and not do?
3. Some of the apparently informative posts I found in my searches for these topics appeared to be by Steve from Keavy's Corner (where I purchased my MMS) but had been deleted. When I clicked on his name under the Thank You section of someone else's post, it says he was banned. Can someone fill me in on what happened there?
Ok thanks. I found some pages on the Keavys Corner site dealing with this, but I don't think they've been updated in years, and differ from what he apparently told other posters here by a magnitude of 4 in the case of one of the protocols
I've looked for Kalcker's books, specifically his most recent MMS book - I think the one you mentioned - but it was not in English. Currently only a Portuguese version comes up on Amazon.
As I mentioned above, I purchased my MMS from Keavy's Corner, as does my friend who's been using it for years. Are you able to shed any light on why he was banned from this forum and his posts removed? I also noticed KC is no longer on the recommended sellers list.
If I use mms as a produce wash, is it okay to use tap water?
I found out the life of fresh berries can be greatly extended if they are washed in a solution of 3 cups water to 1 cup vinegar and a drop of dish soap, then dried super well and repacked in the fridge with paper towels. Supposedly the acidity of that solution kills some germs/fungus on the berries which make them go bad.
Might this work with mms, and perhaps kill even more bad stuff? I'm not aware of mms' ph.
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