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MMS2 and High Blood Pressure 30 Dec 2021 13:39 #73201

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Has anyone heard of people getting a spike in their blood pressure while taking MMS2? 

My wife’s systolic blood pressure has gone from the 140’s to the 180’s and she’s going to see if switching from MMS2 to MMS1 will help.

Thanks in advance!

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MMS2 and High Blood Pressure 30 Dec 2021 14:35 #73202

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Has anyone heard of people getting a spike in their blood pressure while taking MMS2? 

My wife’s systolic blood pressure has gone from the 140’s to the 180’s and she’s going to see if switching from MMS2 to MMS1 will help.

Thanks in advance!
 

According to JIm Humble MMS2 is taken when MMS1 and then MMS1 + DMSO has failed to cure you. Or if MMS1 is not available to you.

You shouldn't be diving into MMS2 willy-nilly from what I understand. Have you got his 2016 book. It gives very specific instructions on how to use MMS2.
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MMS2 and High Blood Pressure 30 Dec 2021 16:11 #73204

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Yes I bought Jim Humble’s book. Embarrassingly, it seems to have disappeared from my house. I’ve tried more than once to buy another copy of Jim’s book, but have been unsuccessful.

Mark Grenon was a big proponent of MMS2 and I liked how he said he took it without regard to antioxidants, and that it was easy to buy from any pool supply store.

Anybody else having problems buying Jim Humble’s latest book?

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MMS2 and High Blood Pressure 01 Jan 2022 19:02 #73242

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Yes,  MMS2 does raise BP.   I read 2 other people in this forum mentioned that.   Thus,  Ned to monitor BP while on it and take it only if benefits outweigh the cost.   How much Mms2 did your wife take?
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MMS2 and High Blood Pressure 03 Jan 2022 18:28 #73277

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My wife took one “0” capsule of MMS2 a day, about 1/3 full. She has switched to MMS1. I gave up on buying the hardcover book and bought the e-book. 

One unexpected benefit, she lost her pet allergies. She realized it when we were driving home from her aunt’s, who has a cat and a dog. That’s a benefit of activated chlorine dioxide drops in water I hadn’t heard of. Now, fingers crossed for hypertension!
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MMS2 and High Blood Pressure 10 Jan 2022 08:40 #73395

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Just to let everyone know I contacted Jim humble this last week and they said the paper back book will be available very soon.  
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MMS2 and High Blood Pressure 11 Jan 2022 05:24 #73420

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My wife took one “0” capsule of MMS2 a day, about 1/3 full. She has switched to MMS1. I gave up on buying the hardcover book and bought the e-book. 

One unexpected benefit, she lost her pet allergies. She realized it when we were driving home from her aunt’s, who has a cat and a dog. That’s a benefit of activated chlorine dioxide drops in water I hadn’t heard of. Now, fingers crossed for hypertension!
 

I noticed that my hayfever allergies vanished after a few drops of MMS. The same happened when my friend tried it too. MMS might help with hypertension, but magnesium is where I'd look first with regards to that one.
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