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MMS1/MMS2 for dog with lymphoma 22 Aug 2020 22:55 #65630

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Hello,This is my first time post on the mms forum. I have read many posts here and also on mmsinfo.org - thank you all for the info we have gotten from here from various members! Our dear dog Betsy (about 70 lbs) has lymphoma which we have battled for almost 1.5years now - primarily with chemo simultaneously with first fenbendazole (+vitamin E and hemp oil) then b17 (+Apricot seeds, B15 and pancreatic enzymes)  and latest for the last 6 weeks with MMS (simultaneously with the b17 regiment). She got her last chemo 6.5 weeks ago and we started with the MMS1 protocol 2 days after. At first we got a response with MMS1 (per Jim Humble's book) and though her lymph nodes did not disappear, they got smaller - this might have been together with the effects from the last chemo.Then about 2.5 weeks ago they started to grow again and we started her on MMS2 (per Jim Humble's book) and we saw the lymph nodes decrease, but now they are growing again. It appeared she had Herxheimer a week ago and we gave her some parsley water to help passing the waste products and it cleared her up and she feels fine, but her lymph nodes are growing. Currently she is getting 3ml CDH + 2 unactivated MMS drops with DMSO and 60mg MMS2 per the protocol 2000 (I know the CDH is a modification - due to cough - CDH concentration > 500ppm) Should I just keep on increasing the dose until we see improvements? any other ideas how to make it more efficient?Is it normal to see an increase in lymph nodes due to Herxheimer?

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MMS1/MMS2 for dog with lymphoma 23 Aug 2020 05:41 #65635

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Have you tried undiluted CDS + DMSO topically on the lymph nodes?

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MMS1/MMS2 for dog with lymphoma 23 Aug 2020 11:14 #65637

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Thank you for your reply!
We have tried CDS but made from the "mini mason jar" method and the max concentration is just below 500ppm. How do you make the 3000ppm - or can it be bought?
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You can make 3000 ppm CDS by following my method shown in this video:
www.brighteon.com/95b304c7-e0a4-4606-ac44-303c8fa3ec9e

It can be made in one infusion if you use MMS and 50% citric acid or 10% HCL activators and increase the quantities to 12 ml of each. Use 240 ml of water in a 500 ml container. Activate overnight.

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Thank you so much!
I assume you can expedite the process by putting the container in a another container with hot water? What method is the best to use for the skin application - mix the CDS with DMSO and apply or apply CDS and then DMSO?

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An additional question I have - given the concentration of the CDS is 3000ppm could this in you opinion potentially burn the skin? - she has not had a problem with the previous CDS solution, but it was below 500ppm - I would assume the PH drops with higher concentration?
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I would not suggest putting the reactor + receiver containers into another container with hot water. With higher temperatures, you may get more than just CLO2 gas into the CDS water. If anything, activate it inside a fridge. That is how I make CDS using that recipe. CLO2 gas has an affinity for cold water. The reaction will be slower in a cold environment, so activation can take longer; up to 48 hours.

I would apply full-strength CDS topically followed by a small amount of DMSO. I have used 10,000 ppm CDS on my skin and it does not bother healthy skin. DMSO may need to be diluted with water to 70/30 or even 50/50 if it causes any irritation.

I have not measured pH vs different CDS CLO2 concentrations. CDS is acidic.
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Again Thank you! I made an approx. 3000ppm CDS following your recipe. I assume you could make a 4000ppm this way as well? Jim Humble is giving two options either mix the MMS1 and DMSO and apply it or first apply the MMS1 and then the DMSO - is your preference for the latter application method that the DMSO will start releasing the CL02 and the shorter the two are combined the more CL02? Sorry for all the questions:-) but your knowledge is appreciated.

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Yes, you can continue with more infusions into the same CDS water, increasing about 1000 to 1500 ppm each time.

DMSO will begin to reduce CLO2 when added to CDS, so I like to apply CDS first then DMSO. That is the method I used to remove a pre-cancer from my forehead in about 2 weeks time a few years ago.

A test that has been on my 'to do' list is to measure CLO2 reduction vs time when DMSO is added to CDS. Someday...
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