Hi I live in the US and am finally going to start using MMS. Questions:
1) I am going to start using it as a spray for some skin growths. Can I use a plastic spray bottle or should it be glass.
2) Where do I store the MMS spray to be used again?
3) Can I use it to brush my teeth if I have silver fillings?
4) What’s the best way to use it for toenail fungus?
Anyone who takes the time to answer these......thank you and God Bless
Glass would be better, but I use a plastic spray bottle and it still appears to work well.
For skin growths
Use protocol D, if using it on your forehead consider tilting your head back so it does not run into your eyes.
I have also mixed this formula in a basic glass measuring cup. I have used Q tip swabs dipped into the measuring cup. and rubbed back and forth for 20 seconds or so every hour, and sometimes at 30 minute intervals. Any growths for me were gone in less than a week, remember tilt your head back.
Where to store MMS?
Covering the lid is most important, micro-organisms continually drop from the air; each CD molecule interacts with these organisms producing 02 and chlorite. What you mix, can go from a dark amber color to transparent water color in less than an hour. When the amber color no longer exists chlorine dioxide, no longer exists. Remember that whenever a molecule of CD reacts, it is no longer there, 02 and chorite, a salt are the outcome of this reaction, the 02 takes out the pathogen, or slowly oxidizes parasites and cancers.
Never leave any bottle of MMS activated solution in direct sunlight, it changes the amber color, to clear also rather quickly. Place it in shaded areas of the house, I place mine under a desk, some more MMS purists would rapidly store theirs in the fridge. (Dark and cool)
The only thing I can smell accurately is Chlorine dioxide, open the container you have stored it in, if the color is still amber, the distinct CD smell will always be there. It is still good and beneficial to use.
I do know that Mark Grenon had used DMSO and CD at the same time, for a tooth infection, he did not seem too happy, when it had pulled the metal fillings right out of the tooth. I will give you a link if you want as a reference for this, might take me 30 minutes to research. But I do remember him saying that on one of his podcasts. I have never used DMSO before however I have heard from many of its penetrating power. Go slow under dose and be cautious at all times. Read through all posts; mine and others then make your decision.
Thank you for your reply.........but you have to excuse my confusion. I am not sure I know the difference between CDS and MMS?? I just ordered MMS and the activator from the website. Where do I get CDS from and exactly what do I do to use it?? I am not a chemistry or science guy so this is all foreign to me. Do I have to activate CDS? I am really confuse. Thanks in advance for your patience.
So is CDS really just activated MMS? if so (CLO2) said to use full-strength CDS for skin applications plus DMSO. So how may drops of MMS should I activate in how many ounces of water to get FULL Strength CDS and do I have to do anything to the DMSO (dilute) before using?? Or do I have this all messed up
What I just ordered was MMS and the activator.............can I use this for skin growths plus DMSO?
I just read the protocol D: as Dermatological for skin......... so where do I order the CDS from? I am really confused!! So I should not have ordered the MMS for skin problems then I guess?? And if I order the CDS how do I go about using that? I really appreciate your help!!
I have some skin tags I want to get rid of, some other skin growths and toenail fungus that i can't get rid of.. thats what i want to fix.
The acronyn MMS has more than one meaning, unfortunately. It can mean sodium chlorite solutions in general that produce chlorine dioxide (CLO2), such as MMS1, CDS and CDH. But usually it means unactivated sodium chlorite solution (NaCLO2).
You bought MMS (a 22.4% sodium chlorite solution) and an activator, hopefully 4% HCL and not 50% citric acid. There are different ways to mix those together, which will produce MMS1, CDS and CDH.
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