Is it recommended to stop all prescribed medication when starting a MMS protocol?
If yes, do we do it gradually or we stop the medication instantly?
I am asking about not life threatening conditions here.
Jim Humble has this to say on pages 122-123 in his book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook, about MMS and drugs:
"4. Pharmaceuticals: Up until this point in time, we have not noticed any reactions with MMS and medical drugs, although we cannot guarantee this will always be the case. The decision to take or not to take pharmaceutical drugs is a personal one. Medications affect each person’s body in different ways. We cannot say across the board in every case that taking prescription drugs will inhibit health recovery with MMS. However, we have seen a trend that continuing to take pharmaceuticals while doing the MMS protocols will often slow health recovery, or prevent it all together.
If one has made a decision to not take pharmaceuticals, occasionally they may need to continue with a pharmaceutical drug (while on the MMS protocol) for several days or a week or more (depending upon the situation and the kind and amount of medications you must wean off of). This is to prevent bad reactions from occurring in the first several days due to “drug shock” when the medications are first stopped. Usually it is best to wind down slowly by reducing the drug in steps. The right qualified alternative health professional can help you safely wean yourself off of the medications."
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