Does anyone have any suggestions for combatting/preventing really intense heartburn after taking MMS? I'm taking the 3 drop tablets hourly but when I get to dose 4, I get extremely bad, very painful heartburn. It's so bad I almost vomit. I've tried having some baking soda and water but that doesn't seem to help, plus I'm not sure if that would neutralize the MMS anyway.
I was taking the pills with a dilution of two ounces juice and 6 ounces water which stopped the heartburn but I started to wonder if the juice was decreasing the effectiveness of the MMS. I made sure there was no added vitamin C and it wasn't orange juice. I was using grape, watermelon, carrot and blueberry juices.
I would suspect that the dose is to strong for you at this time and you need to cut back. Most likely the juice counteracted with the MMS to stop the heartburn. I believe drinking orange juice is one way Jim Humble said to counter act MMS.
Of course , the acid contained in the juice or berries , neutralizes alkaline solution of NaCl , instead destroy the sour, diseased cells . "The baking soda will also degrade MMS" —Experts in the field of water purification , know that clo2 virtually independent of the level of ph, and clo2 easily used in an alkaline environment. That saves money and time for adjustment ph. MMS + HCL has a very low ph, which is detrimental effect for leukocytes and on the contrary, creates a natural environment for the sick cells , viruses, fungi ..
In reference to experiencing extreme heart burn after taking MMS. When you say you have “extreme heart burn” I suspect there is a problem with mold/fungus in the stomach. If this is the case, most of the time you will not have much luck killing the fungus with MMS. I have developed a new Mold/Fungus Protocol. I am finding that mold is pretty prevalent in society and sadly, it is nearly always misdiagnosed.
Horsefeathers: has the right idea normally, but I am just adding more data in this area of MMS.
Fourfingerz: is correct too.
ClO2: is correct too. Although I still use some juices, but I check them on the test strips before using. Some juices work, others don’t and in some cases, take apple juice for example, often it works, but sometimes it doesn’t, it depends on what apply juice you are using, the brand, what additives it has and so on.
Semenov: let me comment on some of the points Semenov has made. NaCl is table salt and it is not alkaline. It is neutral at about pH 7 or maybe pH 6.8 He is right about baking soda. It will degrade MMS. And ClO2 does indeed work in an alkaline environment. MMS + HCl has a pH of about 5.8 until it hits the stomach where the stomach acid may take it on down to pH of 1 or 2. But a low pH does not encourage diseases. The stomach acid kills almost all diseases. The stomach acid is our main defense against diseases. Contrary to belief, all human diseases exist in an alkaline environment. That is pH 7.0 to 7.41 which is the pH of the blood in arteries.
No human disease can exist above a pH of 8. But none of them exist in an acid environment although some do get by the stomach acid only because they are not there for long. As the content of the stomach enters the intestine it is adjusted to 7.2 which is an alkaline environment and it is re-adjusted to 7.4 in the walls of the intestine which is also alkaline. Sorry, but there is nothing that can bring a low pH to the leukocytes which are in the blood and the blood only varies from pH 7.3 to 7.41 which is always true unless you are dead. Again all disease exists in an alkaline environment of the body from 7 to 7.41. The pH of MMS is adjusted to the same pH as everything that goes from the stomach to the intestine and that is 7.2. Nothing misses that adjustment. So the pH of MMS will always be carried into the blood and other places in the body at a pH between 7.2 and 7.41 except that which avoids the blood and goes into the colon which will be the pH of the colon.
Let us leave the question in the direction of "better or worse than a low PH for the body."
Although the answer is obvious to me.
For those who wish to drink MMS1, partly with acidity close to the norm for the body, and with a milder flavor, we have to decide "whether the baking soda is detrimental to the effectiveness of MMS"
Yes, soda extinguish acid, which activates the MMC. But if we want to allocate more chlorine dioxide - Increase the dosage. But most importantly, if we activated MMS diluted with water, the process of extracting dioxide And so has slowed very much !!
The activated MMC diluted with water - contains dissolved chlorine dioxide in quantities which we have allowed it to stand out for 20 seconds. And in order to neutralize residual acid - we add baking soda. Note: that the change in the level PH solution does not affect the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide. That is, the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide, which stood out for 20 seconds of activation, and dissolved in a glass of water will not change!
About baking soda.
What should be avoided? - '' Vitamin C, and products containing it ''.
Why not be taken after receiving the ascorbic acid and chemical products with vitamin C? - '' Because it reduces the effectiveness of the MMC '' This also applies to other antioxidants, such as coffee.
Soda slows down the production of chlorine dioxide. But when we add water to the activated MMS, so the process of developing and slowed down so that you can keep the MMS solution throughout the day. And how much to allocate chlorine dioxide for 20 seconds, and will remain so with the addition of baking soda. Note: no soda neutralizes chlorine dioxide, it neutralizes the acid, which upon reaction with mms induces the production of chlorine dioxide.
Thank you dear Jim Humble for all
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