I am new here and new to MMS.
I have a Dog with cancer and am looking for a way to administer the MMS that will not add stress to her life as I feel it would be counterproductive.
I have seen people say that they add it to food,broth or milk but am confused about the fact that as humans we are supposed to take it an hour after food to avoid it reacting with the food and losing it's potency.
Any suggestions or comments greatly appreciated.
Thanks for taking the time to attempt to answer my question. Unfortunately you have not really read the question and thought through the answer.
I have bought and am reading MMS Health Recovery Guide Book. I have no problem paying for the information.
However, with regards to administration which is the topic of my question it merely says "I have used a small syringe
for small animals, or a large syringe or turkey baster for
larger animals, to squirt a dose down the animal’s throat.
You may know of a better method."
If you look back at my question I ask for a way to administer the MMS that will not add stress to her life as I feel it would be counterproductive.
I feel that forcing a syringe full of the liquid down her throat would cause distress especially when done 8 times a day. Stress is a major contributing factor to cancer.
I also say that I have seen people saying that they add it to food, broth or milk but am confused about the fact that as humans we are supposed to take it an hour after food to avoid it reacting
with the food and losing it's potency.
So, once again I ask for any suggestions or comments in an actual delivery system IE; milk, broth, food etc and any examples of experiences of these would be greatly appreciated.
I thank anyone helping with this question in advance.
If you read all of the book you will find that humans can eat small amounts of food half-way between hourly doses. Of course, it would be better to refrain from eating altogether when following MMS1 protocols, but many can not do that.
Putting doses in drinking water is not a very good way to dose your dog. Perhaps you can ask your dog to please open its mouth while you spoon in hourly doses? The best way to dose a dog I know of is to squirt each dose down its throat.
Maybe you can sing a lullaby that will keep the little darling calm while administering the dose? Play some soothing classical music?
Hmmm. Thanks again sort of. She is a darling but anything other than little. She is a 35 Kilo Labrador.
Unfortunately this means larger doses of MMS so more to mask.
I am reading the books and constantly watching videos. I have seen that it is OK to have a light lunch in between 2 doses but that doesn't really make it acceptable to add it to food. If it is then brilliant.
My plan is to take her to a vet and have her cancer markers tested to find out her levels and then start her on a protocol.
After 3 weeks I will take her to get her tested again and see where the levels are at.
I also plan to do the same for my wife and our other dog by the way, just in case.
I have great faith in MMS due to my research and hope to provide a proper case study/studies with documented results to benefit the whole community as I am sick of seeing and hearing MMS being discredited.
I appreciate your attempts at answering, CLO2 but I am really looking to hear people's experiences with administering via different methods.
Surely someone in this forum has administered to a dog.
So far I am probably going to try and go with broth but she loves milk and I have heard that people use it but have also heard that it negates the MMS. This is a point of confusion for me. Can you, CLO2 or anyone else perhaps shed some light on that for me.
Is milk OK or not? If it is then the entire problem is solved completely as both dogs constantly hassle me for milk.
"When taking MMS1 or MMS2 avoid alcohol, chocolate, coffee, decaffeinated coffee, caffeinated drinks, tea (black, green and many herbal teas) milk, coconut water, orange juice, tangerine juice or any drinks with added Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)."
SweetLeaf brand liquid Sweet Drops, flavor SteviaClear, will not reduce CLO2 content in MMS1, CDS or CDH. A few drops would improve the taste of those. If you are going to use MMS1, 4% HCL should provide a better taste than 50% citric acid would, at least that is the case for humans. Haven't got any feedback from dogs, yet.
I agree that the proper music can help in stressful situations.
The book is very vague about administering MMS to dogs. They obviously have not fought with one trying to open its mouth 8 times a day to squirt a large amount of liquid in. The only way I manage with my lab is to add a couple of spoonfuls of clear chicken broth to it.
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