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MMS users with COPD 18 Jan 2020 14:06 #62177

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Hello everyone, I'm 40y old Male. I recently found out I have COPD. I go for function test in a week. My fev on the small test shows I have moderate obstruction. I also have severe sleep apnea and narcolepsy. Researching copd I came across mms, dmso as a somewhat cure. But struggling to really find story's with MMS and dmso use for copd. So if anyone here with copd using MMS, DMSO or peroxide. I would love to hear your methods and success or fails.

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MMS users with COPD 19 Jan 2020 01:13 #62180

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This is from page 112 in Jim Humble's latest book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook:

"COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease): Begin with the Starting Procedure. Then go on to the Mold/Fungus Protocol, first, before continuing on to Protocol 1000 and following the HRP as needed (always observing the Three Golden Rules). When finished with the Mold/Fungus Protocol, simultaneously as you begin Protocol 1000, start the Lung Protocol (the Cup) see page 159."

You can also look here, mmstestimonials.co/component/search/?searchword=copd&searchphrase=all&Itemid=101
and search this forum for COPD. Be sure to set the date range to "any date."
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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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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MMS users with COPD 26 Jan 2020 17:59 #62240

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I have and still use it for COPD/Emphysema. Except now its just for maintenance. It's been two years and 02 level now 99-100%. Last lung CT showed no obstruction or rather obstruction from previous CT has dissipated. Is was a long lonely road but I'm so thankful for this forum. You may run into road blocks but just keep on going. Any way I can help otherwise just ask.
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MMS users with COPD 26 Jan 2020 18:03 #62242

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Oh and I've used MMS and DMSO in the bath water, I've used MMS in a spray bottle followed by DMSO in a spray bottle to cover my chest area. Be careful and don't put too much on. I put two tablespoons of MMS and 1 tablespoon DMSO bathwater. (non city water) this water comes rights out of mountain side near Eagle River Alaska.
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MMS users with COPD 26 Jan 2020 18:04 #62243

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Also of course follow that protocol for lung issues as far a drinking your doses.
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MMS users with COPD 27 Jan 2020 03:27 #62244

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It works! The sooner you get started, the sooner you'll be well. long process :>(
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MMS users with COPD 27 Jan 2020 16:58 #62250

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Never give up! And now that i'm stable in my recovery I still have some things that bother me. One is a pain on the left side of my chest and when I lie down at night it hurts in my back directly on other side of the chest area pain in front. Not sure what that is but to me it indicates a lung issue of course. I've seen doctors and that what was started this whole thing of looking for alternatives and found mms two years ago. They are clueless and recommend stomach anti acids repeatedly. What part about it is not a stomach issue are they not understanding? So yes work in progress and NEVER GIVE UP!
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MMS users with COPD 28 Jan 2020 13:27 #62257

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@Cloudless ,

I have always had excess of mucus in my lungs/throat/nostrils, since I was a tennager. Could never breathe from both nostrils, except if I spent a long period in sea water.

When trying MMS, this and all other of my health concerns was gone in a few days. It took me just 2 or 3 days on full dose (30 MMS drops in a large bottle of water). This was months ago. Only now I got sick for the first time and a bit obstructed one one nostril. But then taking 3 CDS cups made me unobstructed again.

I don't know why was it so effective for me. Perhaps because days prior to starting MMS I was took 5 grams of vitamin C per day. Try both, just not both at the same time.
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