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MMS Dosage for Cat Weighing 7lbs 23 Dec 2023 07:52 #80838

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I’ve been reading Jim Humble’s Health Recovery Guidebook and was trying to figure out how many drops to make MMS (activated).  I thought I had it figured out and then I read Chap. 15 on Animals and feel more confused than ever!

My kitty has been vomiting blood and I know something is wrong.  She received a remote energy healing two weeks ago.  She had stopped eating before the healing and began eating after the healing.  Now, she has been vomiting since yesterday.  She isn’t eating.  So I know I need to try MMS on her.  I have never taken it myself, but I plan to.  I just feel like she is getting worse.  She has lost a lot of weight in the last 6 months.  She used to weigh around 10 lbs but now is just under 7 lbs.  I know something is wrong, but I don’t have the funds to take her to a vet who will charge hundreds and probably give her antibiotics without actually helping her.

I was planning to activate 1 drop or even 1/8 of a drop of MMS.  Then I read the chart in Chap. 15.  It appears to start at 3.5 milliliters or drops in 1/4 cup water, but the Cup 2 shows 8 drops of MMs. I am so confused by this info.  This dosage sounds way too high for my 7 lb kitty!  

I really want to help my girl Trixie, but I’m so confused about how many drops to start with.  Cup 2 shows 8 drops of MMS.  How is this possible?

 I don’t want to make her much worse because it could do her in.  If you have any ideas or experience with this, please comment.

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MMS Dosage for Cat Weighing 7lbs 26 Dec 2023 01:28 #80861

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This version of Jim's animal protocols has been updated from the 2016 book. The 2019 Animal Protocols PDF file is attached. 

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MMS Dosage for Cat Weighing 7lbs 05 Feb 2024 01:26 #81319

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Thank you for posting the revised animal chapter.  I am still confused about dosage.  It would be really helpful if you could run through an example.  Like with a 10 pound cat, take us through the process of figuring out the 6 and 6 dosage, and also the starting procedure, protocol 1000 and so on dosages.  That would be awesome if you could do that.  It shouldn't be confusing but with all the different units of measurements, drops, mg, ml, I get lost.

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MMS Dosage for Cat Weighing 7lbs 05 Feb 2024 11:02 #81323

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Thank you for posting the revised animal chapter.  I am still confused about dosage.  It would be really helpful if you could run through an example.  Like with a 10 pound cat, take us through the process of figuring out the 6 and 6 dosage, and also the starting procedure, protocol 1000 and so on dosages.  That would be awesome if you could do that.  It shouldn't be confusing but with all the different units of measurements, drops, mg, ml, I get lost.


"All oral doses of MMS for animals must be calculated according to the weight of the animal. See the charts on pages 301-302." 

Determine the daily water consumption for your pet. Divide that amount of water by the number of hourly doses your pet will receive during the day. 

For a 10# animal following Protocol-1000 there are 3 dosages listed; 1/2 - 3/4 - 1 drop to be added to each hourly dose of water. The first dose (1/2 drop) is the starting dose which you could give for a few days. The middle dose is 3/4 drop, and the highest dose you would give a 10# animal would be 1 drop per hour diluted in water. 

Increase dosing as needed and follow the Three Golden Rules. 



 
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MMS Dosage for Cat Weighing 7lbs 05 Feb 2024 21:56 #81329

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Are you suggesting we start with the 1000 protocol?
 
If I estimate my cat drinks 10 oz of water a day, I take half that amount and then divide by 8 to get hourly water uptake of 18ml.  Following the attached file (from the 2019 guidebook), I activate 1 drop MMS, add 1 oz water and extract 15 ml to get the 1/2 drop.  I add 3 more mls so it is equal to her estimated hourly water uptake of 18ml.  I give this hourly for 8 hours a day or until well.  Is that how it goes?  Is it ok to dose less frequently, like every 2 hours or twice a day or is hourly most effective?

 
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MMS Dosage for Cat Weighing 7lbs 06 Feb 2024 20:05 #81340

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Giving 18 mls to my cat hourly is going to be a problem. I am wondering if, rather than adding 1 ounce water to the 1 drop activated MMS, could it be reduced in half. So I would add 1/2 ounce water to the activated MMS and extract 7.5mls instead of 15 mls to get the 1/2 drop dose. That is way more doable to give on an hourly basis.  Is that OK to do?

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MMS Dosage for Cat Weighing 7lbs 08 Feb 2024 19:25 #81366

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You use this chart row:

Weight — Starting Procedure — Protocol 1000
- - - - - - — - - - - - - - - - - - - - - — - - - - - - - - - -
6 - 8 lbs — 1/8 - 1/8 - 1/4 — 1/2 - 1/2 - 3/4

This is the new procedure, which is different from the 2016, so I'm not very familiar with it.

Apparently they do the 1-oz mix and ml dosing now.This is the chart:

Fractions of a Drop — Liquid to Take From the 1 oz Glass
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - — - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1/32nd of a drop — take out 1 ml
1/16th of a drop — take out 2 ml
1/8th of a drop — take out 4 ml
1/4th of a drop — take out 8 ml
1/2 of a drop — take out 15 ml
3/4th of a drop — take out 23 ml

Your vet should give you a free ml syringe, or you can probably buy them at Amazon,
or maybe at a drug store. (sometimes they have them for kids)
You want the fatter 10 ml syringe (in 1 ml marks), not the skinny 1 ml syringe. (in .1 ml marks)

So that is this:

Weight — Starting Procedure — Protocol 1000
6 - 8 lbs — 4 ml - 4 ml - 8 ml — 15 ml - 15 ml - 23 ml

Unfortunately, this (23 ml) is A LOT of liquid to dose with, especially for cats.
So I don't care for this method. I would probably use the old 2016 method.
Maybe trying to modify it if needed to make it equivalent. (uses DROPS for smaller animals)
I don't know why they changed it, and I don't have the new book yet, so I don't know if
they even mention it or explain it.

Column 1: Starting Procedure dosage for animals. As with humans, always start with the Starting Procedure for
animals. The three numbers in this column represent the gradual increase in the dosage. The first number is the
starting dose, the second number is the middle dose, and the third number is the maximum dose that you would
ever give an animal for that particular weight listed in the column for the Starting Procedure.

You have to look up the Human Starting Procedure to see how to use the doses.
Unfortunately, they are not very clear on how to do it with non-human animals.
The Starting Procedure consists of taking MMS1 in very low doses to start out and working up slowly.
I would probably do the first dose for a day, or two, and each other for a day or two. (about a week)
Then move on to P1000.

Column 2: Protocol 1000 and 1000 Plus dosage for animals. When doing Protocol 1000 for people, you work
up gradually to the 3-drop dose; for animals the equivalent to a 3-drop dose is the third figure of the three figures
in this column (Column 2). The first number is the starting dose, the second number is the middle dose, and the third
number is the maximum dose that you would ever give an animal for that particular weight listed in the column
for Protocol 1000.

So you use the "Low and Slow" method. It's difficult to tell with animals, because they can't communicate verbally,
and tell you they have an upset stomach, are nauseous, etc., so you just have to do the best you can by trying to
interpret their status and figure out how they are doing. Obviously, if they are vomiting due to an Herxheimer Reaction,
because you are detoxing too much too quickly, that is not good, especially for cats, because they can dehydrate easily.
So you might want to give them some water after each dose. I doubt if you can give them or get them to drink
as much as they say you should. Dogs tend to drink a lot of water. Cats not so much. More during Summer, of course.

So probably a couple of says for each dose, and then the final dose for a few weeks.
And then add DMSO after maybe the first week, increasing it slowly each day, for P1000+.

Ideally, dose them every hour for 8 hours. That can be difficult to do if you have to work, etc.,
but you could do it when you get home during the evening, or half in the morning and
half later. You just have to do the best that you can. Weekends are usually easier.

I gave my doses to my cat in Organic Chicken Broth, about a tablespoon, to make it more palatable.
See my website, link below.

If they won't drink it, you will have to squirt it in their mouths.
They probably would complain less using broth than water.

But you do have to be careful what liquid you use, because some liquids and deactivate the MMS.
You can either use a known liquid (although a company could change their formula at any time
and not tell anyone), or get some ClO2 Test Strips to test the dose.

I hope this makes it clearer for you.

You can also try using CDS (Chlorine Dioxide Solution), but you would have to figure out
the equivalents. This MIGHT be better for companion animals, because the taste would
probably be less caustic. (smell and taste and effect on stomach)
I use 24,000 ppm CDS, which is drop-for-drop compatible with MMS1.
If you use 'standard' 3,000 ppm CDS, it would be a lot more liquid. (I think)
 
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MMS Dosage for Cat Weighing 7lbs 09 Feb 2024 12:48 #81381

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Are you suggesting we start with the 1000 protocol?
 
If I estimate my cat drinks 10 oz of water a day, I take half that amount and then divide by 8 to get hourly water uptake of 18ml.  Following the attached file (from the 2019 guidebook), I activate 1 drop MMS, add 1 oz water and extract 15 ml to get the 1/2 drop.  I add 3 more mls so it is equal to her estimated hourly water uptake of 18ml.  I give this hourly for 8 hours a day or until well.  Is that how it goes?  Is it ok to dose less frequently, like every 2 hours or twice a day or is hourly most effective?


 

"Are you suggesting we start with the 1000 protocol?" No, my reply was an example. Always begin dosing following the Starting protocol. 
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