In Jim Humble's book he warns against inhaling the fumes of the newly activated mms1. Every time I prepare my dose, the smell is so strong. Even though I try to keep it at arms length during the process, it still exudes a strong smell (and I'm still on only one drop). Is this okay as long as I don't take big inhalations of it? Is there any way to mitigate the fumes?
And one other question. I normally take several doses of vitamin C per day, totaling about 10-12 grams in the form of sodium ascorbate. I have been told that vitamin c only lasts an hour or so in the body. Is it all right to continue taking the higher dosage as long as I respect the 2 hour spacing at the beginning and end of my daily Protocol 1000? I don't want to cancel the benefits of the msm1 protocol.
SisterC, there are ways to make MMS1 without releasing any chlorine dioxide (CLO2) gas fumes. If you would like to learn about one method I use, I will send you a link to a PDF file which describes the method. Please check your private messages (PM) on the upper right on this page. Note that you must be logged in to the forum to see the PM icon and it is tiny.
Vitamin C in the Body How long does vitamin C stay in the body? Vitamin C can stay in the body for weeks.
My suggestion is to choose MMS or Vitamin-C therapy, and not do both at the same time. And, if you want to take high doses of Vitamin-C, contrary to what the article quoted above says, Liposomal Vitamin-C has been proven to work much better than taking plain ascorbic acid. No, there are probably no controlled field trials or peer-reviewed testing on Vitamin-C, but just like MMS, over the years many, many people say they both work.
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