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Dog skin absess on face 29 Apr 2022 15:38 #74943

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Hello, MMS users!
I'm trying to save my dog that tested positive for ringworm. She has lost all her hair and it's only coming back on her paws so far. I have her on all kinds of supplements to build her up and she is stronger, but I'm at a standstill right now. Ionic silver got rid of the open sores on her body, but her face is another story.  It looks like the scourging -horrible, red swollen, raw, her jowells are red bumpy and rock hard.  She can't breath through her nose. I've tried coconut oil, silver, mms. Next I'm going to try aztec clay. I've loaned my big bk to someone who's trying to help their dog with cancer so can someone tell me please what the mixture is for using bentonite clay on a dog? Thank you.

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Dog skin absess on face 01 May 2022 06:55 #74972

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I am inept to answer your question for lack of experience. but may I please ask " did mms not work ?"

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Dog skin absess on face 01 May 2022 23:13 #74976

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Hi, Monty
I used mms internally, but didn't use it on her face because it is raw and bloody and don't want to sting it.  I believe she has muzzle pyroderma.  I used the aztec clay, but with water and not vaseline.  It stuck to the fungus on her face and I haven't been able to get it off, but where I could get it off it had helped bring down the swelling. It's still very bloody and raw.

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Dog skin absess on face 02 May 2022 08:30 #74982

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so basically internal use of mms doesn't seem to be killing this fungus and disease ! that's sad but also interesting for me to understand.

it means that the usage of mms does not hold in good stead for a lot of things.

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Dog skin absess on face 02 May 2022 13:39 #74986

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You can't go by my use of it for this as to whether it works or not because I was not following a protocol. I am trying to cure the skin infection which I now believe is pyoderma. Jim H. himself said there is a skin infection which is actually made worse when mms is used. That is why I wanted the recipe for the Aztec clay which he uses.
I (along with my family and pets of all ages) have used mms regularly for many yrs with great results!

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Dog skin absess on face 02 Mar 2023 05:29 #77794

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Hello Karen,

Just curious what happened and what you used. Did you ever consider fenbendezone?

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Dog skin absess on face 09 Mar 2023 01:13 #77828

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Did you contact Jim Jumble directly about the use of pyoderma and MMS,
or are you talking about Jim H on this forum?
I could find no references.

I'm surprised that MMS doesn't work on the problem.

Afaik, there are no non-human animal references to the use of Aztec Clay.
(Bentonite Clay, right?)
Except a general comment of "what works for people generally works for animals".
Clay is generally used for Molds and Fungi, and I thought pyoderma
was a bacteriological-based problem along with immune system problems.

So I would think that internal MMS would get rid of the bacteria and
clear up the problem. As long as the immune system is doing okay,
which might take time to build back up. But the MMS should help with that
as the bacteria shouldn't be there to negatively affect the immune system.

If you can get the animal to a point of also including DMSO in the MMS,
then that might cause a "deeper attack" on the problem.

I suppose you could add the clay to their food or a "medicine snack".
He doesn't have a weight dosage chart for the clay like he does the MMS.
Maybe a "Low and Slow" usage would be best to try and see how it goes?
Same for any kind of direct skin contact.
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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Dog skin absess on face 09 Mar 2023 14:20 #77863

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I saw this : ted.earthclinic.com/cures/ringworm.html
there are few pages with different treatments
 

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