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Skin turned red orange after gas treatment 03 Jun 2021 18:21 #69261

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Hi,

   I have used the MMS gas treatment (using activated MMS drops in a glass and cutting off all oxygen to treat an infection in the skin) with much success. The other day my son's girlfriend had a dog bite on the tip of her finger that went through the nail and looked like it was getting infected. I activated 20 drops and put that in a small shot glass and had her stick her finger in the glass for 5 minutes, covering up the opening in the shot glass with her other hand. 

   When she was done her finger and the palm of her hand that she used to cut off the oxygen to the glass was red/orange. She was bummed because she was planning on going to emergency to get it treated and she said the orange redness made it look more infected than it was (possibly).

   Has anyone else heard of or experience this with the gas treatment? What causes this and is this okay? Thank you. 

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Skin turned red orange after gas treatment 03 Jun 2021 21:53 #69270

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I would call that effect, overdosing. 20 drops will release a lot of CLO2 gas, too much for a finger. The following is from Andreas Kalcker's book, Forbidden Health

Gas protocol using a glass

1. Activate 6–8 drops of CD in a glass, without adding water.

2. Immediately place the affected area over the rim of the glass, trapping the gas inside the glass. Be very careful not to let the liquid touch the skin. The exposure time is typically three  minutes. To avoid irritation, never expose skin to the gas for over 5 minutes.

3. The treatment usually takes 1–3 minutes and can be repeated as many times as necessary, at one-hour intervals.
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Skin turned red orange after gas treatment 03 Jun 2021 23:22 #69272

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Thank you so much for your response. That makes sense. Will the overdose cause damage? Meaning is the discoloration indicative of damage? I think I freaked out my friend who had never done the gas treatment before. What can I tell her about the discoloration and the effect of it if you know. Thank you Maile
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Skin turned red orange after gas treatment 04 Jun 2021 02:44 #69275

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I have definitely done that before. If you do too much, or for too long you can burn yourself which, will only be very uncomfortable for about a week, and then be back to normal. As far as the discoloration goes it is not permanent. be careful
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Skin turned red orange after gas treatment 04 Jun 2021 21:15 #69287

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Hi there
I'm going through the process right now of treating my blocked ear with gas. Amazing! I've suffered all my life with ear problems and my ear was super blocked with wax that had become a hardened lump. I just ignored it for some time. I've started using MMS or CDS for general health and prevention, which is the thing to do given modern day life! And decided to try out the gas method. I followed Andreas Kalckers protocol and use 5 activated drops for 3 minutes. It's important to follow the protocols because they come from experience. My ear popped after the first session and started to unblock. The lump has become liquid and is slowly but steadily running out of my ear. It's not pleasant but it's the road of revovery. There was infection there too and so far no pain. The ear is unblocking and the infection is curing itself
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Skin turned red orange after gas treatment 04 Jun 2021 23:24 #69292

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My friends hand is still pretty orange. It’s been almost a week. Should I be worried?

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Skin turned red orange after gas treatment 05 Jun 2021 04:14 #69293

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BobCharles thanks for that testimonial. I usually have to see an ear doctor every few years to get the wax out of my ears. I have not tried the CLO2 gas method for ears, but will do that when needed. 

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Skin turned red orange after gas treatment 06 Jun 2021 14:21 #69321

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I have burned myself pretty badly with gas and cds (by going beyond the protocol) which i am not sad about because i now have experience. the orange color will go away i would not worry about that.

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BTW what were you trying to treat ?

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