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Epidermolysis Bullosa 16 Jan 2020 08:01 #62145

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Hello all

I am new to this forum & have omg began taking mms myself recently. So I am still learning a lot about it.

I have a friend whose child suffers with something called Epidermolysis Bullosa.

Has anyone come across this one before and can MMS work for it and how?

The little boy is suffering a lot - he is currently taking CBD oil, the mother is stressed. A solution would be awesome.

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Epidermolysis Bullosa 16 Jan 2020 16:57 #62150

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I am saddened to hear the story of the child who suffers from Epidermolysis Bullosa I have researched it and there is no cure for this extremely painful skin disease. They have extremely sensitive skin that can be damaged from putting on clothes or removing them. Children develop painful blisters and are placed on antibiotics for wounds that frequently become infected and are difficult to heal.

Description of the disease;
epidermolysisbullosanews.com/epidermolysis-bullosa-prognosis-life-expectancy/

Treatments for the disease by the NHS in the UK.
www.nhs.uk/conditions/epidermolysis-bullosa/treatment/
from the title Infections

-antiseptic creams or ointments
-antibiotic creams or lotions
-antibiotic tablets
-specially designed dressings to help stimulate the healing process

I am not a doctor and I cannot offer any medical advice, however this is what I found. It is an active patent by Xuewu Liu at the European Patent Office (the link below.)

patents.google.com/patent/EP2926819A1/en

He claims the rapid wound healing with chlorine dioxide is caused by "activating proliferation, migration and differentiation of stem cells." (First paragraph).

Left hand column scroll down to title Skin Diseases

Here he mentions "Epidermolysis bullosa".

Perhaps more active members of the forum can add to the little bit of information I have supplied here.
There is a protocol for skin issues which you can find in one of Jim Humbles publications.
A link to it below;

jimhumble.co/mms-protocols

I would purchase Jim Humbles book in ebook format

Andreas Kalckers site a link below. Andreas promotes his CDS however he does give some limited information on MMS, therefore I would purchase Jim Humbles book.. Protocol D, Follow the second bullet-ed paragraph, CD can be used.

andreaskalcker.com/en/protocolos/

The problem with antibiotics is sooner or later their effectiveness wears out. This is where CD has an advantage, along with the speed in which it heals injured skin. I have used half of what Andreas Kalcker states 12 drops MMS(sodium chlorite) and 12 drops HCL, in a glass, then swirl the glass and make sure they both are mixed golden amber color, it initially gives off a strong smell. Add in 2 ounces of water leave it sit for 3 minutes, and what I have used is just a plastic spray bottle (window washer type), I have sprayed it on a skin rash that I had for years and it was gone, in an hour.

You could just start out with 2 drops MMS and 2 drops HCL mix with 4 ounces of water, then apply only one drop of this solution (eye dropper) on a very small limited area of the skin, to see what sort of reaction this may have. Be even more careful on open blisters or wounds. The same goes for the protocols listed below. Start out at half strength or even half of half strength.

By spraying it on you avoid, handling the skin which may injure.

There is also a bath protocol that may help.

Protocol L: Lay in bath Protocol (Lavatory)

Also for a room there is;

Protocol H: Home, to avoid transmission of infections

Protocol J: Jaws and mouthwash protocol.

For oral ingestion you can try

• For children: 5 daily intakes of 1 drop every 2 hours for every 11 kilograms of weight.
• Administer for 2 days
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Epidermolysis Bullosa 16 Jan 2020 19:37 #62155

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Thanks BobJ for your research in finding the patent "METHOD FOR INITIATING STEM CELLS OF MAMMALS AND USE OF CHLORINE DIOXIDE IN PREPARATION OF DRUG FOR INITIATING STEM CELLS OF MAMMALS" by Xuewu Liu. Note that the invention author states "autoimmune diseases are also included in the application of the present invention..." and proceeds to list epidermolysis bullosa as an autoimmune disease.

Everything I have seen online so far claims this disease to be genetic such as Wikipedia: "Epidermolysis bullosa is a group of rare genetic conditions..." So, I ask the question, has anyone else in this child's family also had epidermolysis bullosa? If not, then how can it be genetic?

A sodium chlorite solution (SCS) (MMS1, CDH, CDS) that produces chlorine dioxide (CLO2) may be effective against this disease. The only way to know is to try it. I suggest to follow Jim's HRP as outlined in his latest book, except I would not use MMS1 topically. I would use CDS because it is 100% CLO2 in water. Start with low concentrations and I would not add DMSO as it can be very irritating to skin on some people.
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It can be quite confusing CLO2 when their studies also contradict one another, the studies too are only theories.

I found this "Abstract" on Pubmed Completed 2020 Jan 12.

Link below;

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31930626

Genomics-based treatment in a patient with two overlapping heritable skin disorders: Epidermolysis bullosa and acrodermatitis enteropathica.

Third sentence from the bottom
......."Although there is no specific treatment for RDEB except avoiding trauma, supplementation with oral zinc (3 mg/kg/day) for the AE resulted in rapid amelioration of the skin findings."

Zinc may help.
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Thanks, BobJ. It seems that the farming methods used during the past 100 years or so are causing many of our health problems. We don't get proper nutrition, minerals, etc from our food due to depleted soil, application of poisons to food crops, etc. And now, we learn what glyphosate is doing to our foods/bodies. We have a very big problem. It seems that we should only eat organically grown foods and detox posions out of our bodies daily.
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So there is no cure for this illness with MMS?

Can anyone ask Jim?

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Kashif_khan, what Bob and ClO2 are trying to figure is what causes Epidermolysis Bullosa and whether MMS can be of any help.

On the list of possible causes ClO2 mentions I would add vaccines. Check with parents if the child was recently vaccinated. If so this may have triggered an autoimmune reaction. I would not at all be surprised..

From what I read/understand from Bob and ClO2 there is no choice than to try MMS.
I would consider spray and bath protocols, as topical treatment for relief. And oral treatment as suggested by Bob for trying to neutralize whatever poison it is causing this child to suffer.

Ask again if anything is unclear about mentioned protocols.
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