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Dog struggling on MMS for first time 09 Oct 2021 16:51 #71690

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Hi, I have a 27 lb dog who has a split lipoma I’ve been treating with clay.  It’s now ruptured snd a lot of puss is being released. 
she seemed quite lethargic on the sencind day after it ruptured so I gave her the 6/6 protocol to her weight but after the first dose she went downhill. Shaking occasionally- I think in pain.  So I moved the next hour to the starting protocol with 1/4 drop - struggled to get the 2nd dose down her and she seems very tired snd not keen to stand and walk.  I’ve reduced the dose down to 1/8th of a drop and left it 2 hours. She has taken that dose but again very tired snd shaking.  
many one who can advise - do I stop altogether now and start again in a day or so.  Or should I continue and half the dose again to 1/16th hourly. 

I don’t want to make her sicker which is what I feel o have done so far. 
please any advice would be greatly appreciated 

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Dog struggling on MMS for first time 14 Oct 2021 06:33 #71762

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jimhumblebooks.co/

Sixteen page section on animals. 

You can make CDH with MMS and acid you have. It has 5 times more CLO2 than MMS1 used topically. Apply full-strength CDH to the tumor followed by a drop or two of DMSO. 

Put a few drops of unactivated MMS in her non-metalic water dish. Stomach acid will activate it. Dogs have a lot of stomach acid compared to humans.
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Dog struggling on MMS for first time 14 Oct 2021 09:08 #71765

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Thank you so much for replying- I moved her into the starting protocol of MMS in Jim Humbles book/ animal section. She is coping much better and has recovered to how she was previously -  but she has always beena very poorly dog (has been since spaying at 7 months -vet recommended). 
she has autoimmune disease (SARDS) completely blind, heart murmur and the lipoma. 

so I think the 5/5 dose (6/6 dose for her weight) released too many toxins at once. She is now up to 3/4 drop hourly and coping - it’s day 5 and I’ve worked up from 1/8th of a drop daily to 3/4. 

I sprayed the MMS (activated as per the J Humble book,  on the lipoma and  add a few drops of DMSO. It burst open the lipoma after 4/5 treatments but after that she was in a lot of pain when I sprayed it again.  I’ve been using Bentonite clay poultice every 4 hours for 5 days since .  It’s draining but very slow and the lipoma smells (slightly fishy is the only way I can describe it). So not awful but when you get close you can smell it.  

Having done this regime for 5 days now it’s a massive task for me and her and ithe lipoma doesn’t seem to be getting much smaller now- its 1/4 of the size we started with but not changed much in 2 days - so should I now try the MMS spray again on the wound or would it likely cause her pain and therefore should I continue with the Clay? 

I’ve added 2 photos - before and now of the lipoma. It’s scary dealing with a wound that looks so awful but the vets have failed her over and over again.  

the CDS - sounds stronger than the MMS and wondering if that would also have her in a lot of pain so rested into the lipoma wound? 

thank you so much for sharing your experience 
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Dog struggling on MMS for first time 14 Oct 2021 11:12 #71767

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I'm no expert but would Black Salve help in this situation? It works for cancer.

Maybe @CLO2 has more knowledge regarding Black Salve.

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Dog struggling on MMS for first time 15 Oct 2021 21:38 #71790

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Thanks for suggesting- I have found it in the book and as you say it’s focused on Cancer. I would have to order from US and in these days if blocked ports it might take a while. So I will try the CDH first - I’ve made some today and will try it tomorrow with the DMSO - then order some black salve for a contingency.
I have started spraying with just the MMS skin solution 10:1 in Jim Himble’s book - it doesn’t sting and is responding but slowly so will try the CDH and the. The black salve if it doesn’t respond to the CDH .

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