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MMS 1000 and 3000 31 May 2020 22:57 #64547

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Hi

1) Im planning to start MMS 1/4 hourly again, as i started before too fast and felt bad pain for couple of weeks. Now if i feel better can i stay on 1/4 drop or i have to get at 3 drops hourly dose im using it for crohns... ?

2) Also Protocol 3000 can i spray on my stomach and then spary DMSO, so MMS can absorb directly on the site of inflammation? Will this help

3) I was drinking H202 before and i read about MMS ? Both are oxidizers ... then i read Jim Humble book and voltage theory? ... can anyone help me elaborate which is better and why ?

4) MMS will kill all the anaerobic bacteria ... what iF the infection is aerobic? Crohn's is caused by MAP (Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosisis) a small, slow-growing, gram-positive, acid-fast positive, rod-shaped, multispecies pathogenic bacteria. It is aerobic.

Will MMS still help ? getting rid of MAP bacteria?

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MMS 1000 and 3000 01 Jun 2020 02:30 #64554

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1) harry03, beginning taking MMS1 following the Starting Procedure is a great idea. When you finish that protocol and move on to Protocol 1000, the MAXIMUM dosing is 3 drops hourly. You will start P1000 with 1 drop hourly doses. You can increase dosing slowly, perhaps over a few days time. If you experience any negative side effects, then reduce dosing. It is possible that your health issue may be resolved taking less than 3 drop hourly doses. There is no reason to take 3 drop doses if lower dosing works.

2) yes (although I prefer CDS for topical use) and maybe.

3) CLO2 is probably safer than H2O2.

4) CLO2 works very well against bad bacteria.
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