Hello All , this is my first topic in this forum while I've been taking MMS for years , recently I've been having this problem once I take the MMS1 dosage I had hypertension and this looks so weird ? does anybody have any idea about this ?
This dose: 5 drops of MMS1 + 15 drops DMSO, do you use it straight in that dilution, or do you dilute it further? I have been using a 1500 ppm CDS solution 1 tsp equivalent to 2.5 drops MMS1 with 10 drops of DMSO, but I have been diluting it in 1/2 oz of water. Definitely helping, but I was wondering how concentrated is it safe to use on gums?
It might be important to keep in mind that Hypertension when it is stage 1, is not associated with any disease condition. It's reduction with medications appears to relieve no diseases and does not improve quality of life or extend lifespan. Basically elderly people need an increased blood pressure sometimes, because your brain uses 25-26% of all your metabolic resources (unlike our nearest animal relatives, the chimpanzee, which needs just 6% of it's resources to fuel its brain) . The brain cannot vary its oxygen and glucose supply, it must stay constant,. Aging arteries lose elasticity and also often thicken, so a narrower and less pliable pipe has to have increased pressure to maintain the same fluid volume and osmotic pressure. So if taking MMS temporarily increases blood pressure maybe it is because the MMS needs to get into your brain, which will probably clean out the 'pipes' in your brain, but may require your body to temporarily elevate the blood pressure to accomplish the increased penetration of oxygen etc into the tissues. Your body's intelligence may know what it is doing.
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