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bacterial resistance 23 Jun 2018 23:02 #58664

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I have a doubt about bacterial resistance towards MMS or sodium clorite. According to my sister (who is a scientist) says that if MMS is taken repeatedly to treat different bacterial infections it wont work well afterwards, as certain strains fo bacteria evolve and become resistant even to MMS.

Is this true?

I am concerned about this, specially now, as I seem to have a urinal infection and whereas in other ocasions the MMS would take away the problem. This time I notice no difference and I have been taking it for two days now with no significant improvement.

What research has been done about the possiblity of this substance creating resistance with time?
I am a strong advocate of MMS, and have used it for many years (about 8) on and off, with different health issues, but lately I feel as if it doesn´t work quite the same.

Will wait for your response and thank you in advance.

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bacterial resistance 23 Jun 2018 23:42 #58666

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Chlorine Dioxide (MMS1, CDS & CDH) kills pathogens by oxidizing them. MMS2 also kills pathogens by oxidizing them, but in a different way. You could try MMS2 and see if that works for you. I don't think pathogens can become resistant to MMS.

Also, try the Fungus Protocol if neither MMS1 or MMS2 work.

Have you checked your ingredients to be sure they are working properly?

Lastly, there could be a biofilm and they are difficult to remove.

32 Reasons MMS is not working.

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bacterial resistance 26 Jun 2018 05:20 #58682

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Antibiotics are like keys that fit specific bacteria locks so that they can kill them but when the bacteria changes the lock the antibiotic (key) no longer works.

CLO2 is like a stick of dynamite that blows the entire door and lock to pieces.

Bacteria will never (or at least it will take an extremely long time) be able to adapt to that.

All the best,
- I'm Scott McRae, the creator of CDH with the help of CLO2 (Charlotte Lackney)

- I did a CDH injection / Chlorine Dioxide (CLO2) injection / IV push of 10ml of dilute 50ppm CDH / CLO2 into my blood 3 times in 11 hours & did before & after blood tests that showed that it did NO HARM to my blood, liver or kidneys. This suggests the possibility that CDH / CLO2 is a potential LIFESAVING MRSA cure, VRE cure, CRE cure, AMR cure, Ebola cure, HIV cure, Cancer cure, etc., since it appears to be safe intravenously at 50ppm.

- Join our group on MiWi (was deleted off of Facebook): mewe.com/join/coronavirusebolasolutions
- Every ml of CDH contains 1 drop of MMS, so 1 drop of MMS = 1ml of CDH
- MMS is 7 to 10% activated in 30 seconds while CDH made with 4% HCl is about 50% activated in the bottle. This is why CDH is far less nauseating than MMS drops

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