I dont have the strongest liver and when I take several drops of it MMS kinda gives me a hangout type feel. Slight headache, tired. I drink tons of water and even more when taking MMS since I heard it dehydrates. Alcohol can kill germs but is hard on the liver. I'm wondering if MMS is the same way.
"...when I take several drops of it MMS..." How many drops are you taking every hour? Which protocol are you following?
MMS dehydrates? That is news to me. When ingesting MMS1, you add a lot of water and are you visiting a bathroom often! If anything, MMS will HYDRATE you, not DEhydrate you.
MMS (chlorine dioxide) is an oxidizer that can kill pathogens and remove some poisons. That is all it does. I have never heard of liver or any other organ problems when using MMS. If it did cause liver problems, no one would use it.
Now, DMSO can be a problem for some livers, maybe that is what you are referring to. MMS is used to recover from liver problems, not cause liver problems.
Hi, It happens whether I take several drops of CDS or 28% Sodium Chlorite (original MMS before mixing it with citric acid) or even when I mix it with cs. If I just take like 1 drop a day I dont notice it. Its normally when I built up to at least 3 drops.
It's probably detoxifying the pathogens of the liver , oxidizing poisonous toxins. Even 1 drop of mms will do much and you just have to move up in drops very slowly so you don't have any Herxheimer reactions. Detoxifying reactions .
Should I only stick to 1-2 drops a day for a while? How will I know when to move up? I also started drinking fresh lemon juice in the morning to cleanse my liver and that might help.
On I side note: I've noticed MMS kills my libido if I take several drops but CDS doesnt. Why is that?
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