hello! I have basal cell carcinoma-basalioma. Diameter approx. 1 cm on the skin. smaller crater. I wonder if I would destroy it externally if I poured 3-4 drops of activated MMS into this crater?
Do you have a better suggestion?
I wonder if the skin in this place will burn too much.
Have a nice day and all the best!
Depending on where it is located, I would use Black Salve. Or, I would try full-strength CDS followed by DMSO on the cancer. I would apply this combo hourly. This worked for a pre-cancer on my forehead.
MMS1 may burn your skin because it is mostly unactivated MMS. DMSO can burn, so don't use much or dilute it with water.
Howard was injecting CLO2 into the tumor. CDS is nothing but CLO2 in a water solution. That is why I suggested to apply undiluted CDS to the tumor followed by a small amount of DMSO to carry the CLO2 farther into the tumor. You can repeat hourly until the cancer is gone. Let us know what you try. Thanks.
thanks for the reply!
In the video, he took 2 dcl of water and 2 x 5 ml of sodium chlorite and acid. First 12 hours, then he added another 5 ml each and it worked for another 12 hours.
Then he mixed it with 1 part CDS and 9 parts water ... if I understand correctly, it is undiluted without water and I have to use that. although it is said to be diluted 3000 ppm. How much ppm is undiluted?
One drop of MMS1 will be just fine, I doubt you even feel it, unless it is an open wound, then it will burn for one minute. Don't fret because you don't feel it or see it dry up...... just put it on once and daily you will see it slowly disappear. In a week you may have a bit that has survived, just put another drop on it, keep it up until it is all gone.
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