" my sister live in London and she is very sick from Covid"
While you are waiting for your MMS shipment to arrive, just treat the "Covid" like the flu (as thats all it is), with: zinc, Mag/Sulfur (Epsom salts), Vit C "complex".
You could also add molybdenum and Manganese.
I would avoid any "Methylated Sulfur" compounds (DMSO, MSM, STS, Sam-E, etc.. until you know she wont hyper react to them. A few drops of DMSO applied to various parts of her body, will tell you if she is sensitive to methylated sulfur. (the burn is either: hyper absorption, or a skin fungal infection thats not being recognized by the immune system) either way, if you burn from DMSO, you better be careful with methylated sulfur compounds.
I would just stick to 1/4 -1/2 tsp Epsom salts 2-4 times a day, and keep her Potassium and Calcium up if she is getting dehydrated or cramps. The traditional flu treatments, above, are about the best you can do, until your MMS arrives. Dont take the Vit-C with the MMS (read up on that), as they oppose each other.
If shes was already chronically ill, and has been sick for a while, I would (after a few days of all the other things) add in a few anti-funguals like: turpentine, and veterinary anti-fungals: Fenbenzadole and see if she reacts badly or other.
When you kill fungus and parasites your body has to have sufficient sulfur (Epsom is good for this) within your gut to grab the die off.
If she can take methylated sulfur compounds, and she doesn't begin hurting worse and worse, then she should take them, but go slowly, dont take lots. Be careful to go slow.
Dietary sulfur (meat, broccoli, nrussel sprouts, beans, etc..) dont add to a (my) healing crisis like the methylated sulfurs do.
"Methylated Sulfur" compounds (: DMSO, MSM, STS, Sam-E, etc.) are what your body uses to attach to things it wants removed, but (I believe) just like MMS it can make you hurt (and get into a healing crisis) if you get too much too soon.
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