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TOPIC: Protocol 3000+Oral

Protocol 3000+Oral 04 Jul 2019 17:05 #60825

She was complaining "wasn't as mentally 'with it' after giving her about 6 oral doses of MMS1..." so eliminating DMSO would be a first step in trying to isolate which ingredient might be causing that side effect.

Yes, I also discovered that one type of capsule lasted longer before 'melting.'

Glad that she can now take MMS2 capsules. What was the dosage and did you start with low dosages and increase?

If we are dealing with a virus, you could try Protocol 115 for Viruses. The reason for following this protocol is explained in the included Japanese study.
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/mms1_equates_to_cdh_and_cds.pdf
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How to use CDS, CDH in Protocols: www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/CDS_CDH_and_Protocols-2.pdf
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Protocol 3000+Oral 04 Jul 2019 18:08 #60826

She tried Nutrition Response Testing and no virus was found. However, her brain did react to more than a few heavy metals..
Yes, I did not put DMSO in the capsules this morning and will continue to monitor her for symptom changes. However, I kept it in the topical application..

Re: MMS2: I started with one size 4 capsule yesterday and increased it to two today. It takes almost 30 min to get 8oz of water in her, but I give the capsule to her after she drinks 4 oz of water and then she drinks the remaining water.

Also, because I realize CDS is better topically, I bought the 24000ppm so I wouldn't have too much liquid to apply topically. It gets messy enough with MMS1 and more messy with CDS due to the extra liquid..
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Protocol 3000+Oral 07 Jul 2019 18:09 #60838

I'd like to add.... sometimes I take mms2 and I only swallow one mouthful of water, as I just forget. I've had nothing happen, not so much as a tummy ache. I was wondering if she would eat watermelon, as it is full of water and no citric acid.
good luck!
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Protocol 3000+Oral 09 Jul 2019 16:05 #60844

MMS Health Recovery Guidebook is available here; jimhumblebooks.co/shop/
ebook is recommended so you can search for any word using ''edit, find''.
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Protocol 3000+Oral 09 Jul 2019 22:06 #60846

Hello All,
I first want to say THANKS for the watermelon advice and MMS2. A few sips of water and a few small pieces of watermelon does the trick. No stomach ache! Hopefully that is enough water so it can dissolve into the true magic.
She has been on Protocol 2000 for the second day and is very alert and looks better than she has in two months. I've taken her off the steroid to combat brain inflammation for the past 2 to 3 weeks. I read in a technical bulletin that MMS reduces brain inflammation and it is true from what I've observed over the past month. Seriously, I thought she was as good as gone one month ago. She was that unresponsive a few days out of the week.
What I did do starting yesterday was give her 1/2 capsule of bloodroot after breakfast as an insurance policy. This is a very small dose, but start slow is the key. I realize that bloodroot can cause initial inflammation, so it is nice to know MMS counteracts that. She has had zero problems or issues.
One interesting thing is that there was a lot of brown mixed in with urine. The nurse said it looked like dried blood, so maybe MMS is doing some internal housekeeping as well. She has.no pain (so likely no UTI) or other issues
I don't want to get overly excited yet because the road ahead is long, but it looks good right now. MMS may just resolve one of the deadliest cancers in an almost 92 year old person (July 11th).
Thanks All!!
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