I am relatively new to the world of MMS. I only found it while following a rabbit hole one day, as the internet lords have done an excellent job of hiding all things MMS. My 17 yo son has a horrible sore throat and ear ache. Today is day 2. I started him on the base protocol (what I assume is “base”) that I have taken myself to help with CV exposure and some muscle issues. The problem is, it’s not helping. I’ve done a 1-to-1 on the CDS and Activator with 3 drops or DMSO and 24oz distilled water. From what I have gathered this is a base low dosage protocol.
Can anyone tell me what has given them relief with strep/ear ache. Poor thing is MISERABLE! Thank you!!!
i woke up at 3am with terrible sore throat and took 5mms drops and half hour later another 5 (i am used to mms so wouldnt reco your son does that) went back to bed and woke up still with sore throat but not as painful. i then gargled with colloidal silver took another dose of cs and slowly the pain went away. now coming up to 8,30 its virtually gone altogether, and will gargle with cs till gone. i think ev1 reacts different so you will have to see how he tolerates it. i bought a cs generator and make my own cs, but its available on amazon. if you dont have it google it theres loads info on it
Glad to know you're up and running again.
I went to the city a few weeks ago and caught a bit of a bug,
heavy in my lungs for a few days, but am back to being myself again.
I've been using the 'C10 Protocol' these past weeks.
The LORD is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth them that trust in him. (Nahum 1.7)
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