I was going to wait until I finished the HRP book before beginning the MMS1 protocol but I woke up feeling terrible this morning and am worrried that a cold is coming on. So I just took the first dose of the 6 and 6 protocol. It burned a tiny bit as I drank it down but I hope,that is due to the intensity of the dose and not to fungus. Also, the activated mixture did not exactly turn amber but rather a fairly deep,yellow. It’s all I have on me as I am traveling and these drops have been in two 1 oz traveling bottles for a very long time. Jim says that one can continue to use yellow drops for up to a week if there is no other choice. The traveling bottles have rubber tipped glass droppers. Is that ok? I know that with CDS one is not supposed to use these as caps. Is that because it is stronger than MMS and HCI, or should one avoid keeping all liquids, including DMSO in bottles with rubber tipped dispensers. However, this equipment is all I have for the next four days.
MMS will attack the rubber part of the dropper. Try to keep the liquid away from the rubber. Even gassing from MMS is corrosive. Better to use non-dropper caps and dispense using separate droppers. You can then wash the dropper off with water, inside and out. That is how I get CDS out of my 1 fl oz teeth brushing bottle.
Thank you. I did the 6 and 6 protocol when I felt that a cold might be coming on and felt better after a couple of hours so I did not move on to another protocol for the time being. How often can I use this protocol? There is not a lot of information on it so I would appreciate anything else that you can tell me or that I read. Jim says for example, that one can use it for a headache or other “acute”(?) situations but I am not quite clear on this.
PS. Do DMSO and HCI also corrode rubber or can they be kept in dropper bottles?
I found this
PDF online that describes Clara's 6x6 protocol.
Keep in mind that when this was written 10% citric acid was the MMS activator. Today we would use 4% HCL and the ratio of MMS drops to activator is 1:1 not 1:5 as when 10% citric acid was used.
HCL does not seem to be a problem attacking the rubber part of a dropper. I would not want DMSO to contact the rubber part as it would carry the rubber into you! Find some dropper plastic bottles and use those for all the solutions.
Thank you very much for the pdf of the 6 & 6 protocol. It’s different from what’s in the HRP book, which suggests taking one 6 & 6 dose and, if one does not feel better, move on to the MMS1 protocol, beginning with the starting procedure.
I suppose one could try this protocol taking two 6 & 6 doses twice a day for three days and see what happens.
What’s confusing is that in the last paragraph of the pdf it says it’s best to “take 2-3 drops of MMS all day long until the flue is gone”, and I don’t really know how to combine these two protocols.
... “take 2-3 drops of MMS all day long until the flue is gone”...
probably means keep MMS in your system after Clara's 6x6 initial swat-down to keep the pathogens from regrouping. Since MMS stays effective for about one hour, you would probably take MMS1 doses hourly.
This idea reminds me of Protocol 115
using CDS where you take a dose every 15 minutes for two hours and if one thinks it is necessary, continue taking CDS hourly.
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