please help. i have been on the mms1 protocol for a week and a half now and for two days now have broken out in some sort of hives. don't know if this is cause the mms is driving something out of me or a reaction to something. so very concerned right now not knowing what to do.
i guess my major question to ease my worries, is could this just be a detox reaction to too taking too much at one time and should it eventually go away. i do not want to go to a doctor, but if it doesn't go away i might have to. just need some reassuring. thank you.
Maybe it helps but I am also experiencing mild hives, not all the time but they are around my wrists, or fingers, same with ankles. For what it's worth. I'm using mms1/hcl 3 drops x 8 hours. Have been times 3 months.
I am experiencing something that has been kind of slow to creep up on me but now it is worse and uncomfortable which is I'm so Cold! Hands, feet, nose and simply cold in general. Lying down with blankets I will warm up as well circulation in hands and feet improve. Not sure what is causing it, diet? MMs? Copd? Circulation problems that just recently became very apparent? Anyone knowing a possible cause or similar please advise. I'm concerned and I'm not even sure my doctor is still talking to me. Thanks
This too will pass. That is my advice. I've had that, and I suppose it is just some kinda of pathogen trying to get out the the way of the mms. I'm not a doctor but I play one on TV Ha ha little joke there. Seriously, I've treated myself for last two years for COPD/Emphysema and I'm doing well. 02 level was 100 per cent recently. It was 88 and dropping two years ago when I refused to take the inhalers from my doctor and started research online and finding mms. It is seriously so effing wrong for utube and amazon to take videos off the net. It saved my life! To deny info to people like that is a crime! Regardless back to your concern. It's ok. That is all I know.
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