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MMS Forum Help / Support 20 Sep 2020 22:36 #65991

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You would want to follow the Health Recovery Plan (HRP) in Jim Humble's latest book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook. When following the HRP you always begin by following the Starting Procedure.
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Genesis II Forum Help 21 Sep 2020 15:12 #65996

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I've been reviewing my post from almost 2 years ago. what I didn't add was the following. Right after my last post here I coughed up a huge amount of phlem that night, took a deep breathe and knew that I had beat it. My oxygen level has been in the high 90's ever since. I do not have to use mms everyday just to breathe. I use a maintenance protocol which works for me and hot baths with mms/dmso occasionally. So grateful I kept on keeping on. A good reason for that was that if I stopped mms I couldn't breathe. That right there should have told me it was working. At one point I thought I may have to do this 8 hours a day for the rest of my life. Fortunately I soon was able to go one, two, three, etc days/weeks/months and oxygen level returned to optimal. Thank you all for your support.
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MMS Forum Help / Support 11 Nov 2020 06:41 #66531

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My question, can I use DMSO on wound if not infected, only bleeding

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MMS Forum Help / Support 11 Nov 2020 22:57 #66535

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That should not be a problem. If some DMSO gets into your bloodstream, that is fine.

"DMSO may be applied topically to the affected area, injected, or taken by mouth."

The DMSO Handbook for Doctors - Archie H. Scott

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