Personally, as I said before I would probably just continue with the drops in all my water for as long as it takes. But if I wanted to speed up the process of elimination of the viral particals, I would do protocol 1000 for as long as it takes.
Thanks for the replies. I read all of 20 pages in your thread, and I must say I am fascinated with how easy the method is and how its a really good preventative and healing protocol. I find it a lot easier to get sodium chloride. Would adding DMSO in the water recommended for even faster healing? Or it only goes with activated mms1? Thanks once again
I think using DMSO with the inactivated drops is a great idea because adding it to either activated drops or CDS or CDH before consuming it tends to neutralize the CLO2 so this way could create great results for getting the CLO2 into the system so it can help the body heal even better.
Thanks for the idea.
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