Hello, I'm a new member living in the Philippines. Have 3 beautiful and smart Shitzu's, And 1 beautiful Shitzoodle. Been using MMS myself for about 2 weeks now, health has changed for the better. I'm now concentrating my efforts on my oldest male Shitzu who was cursed at birth with some kind of skin disorder. After reading around the web I have decided it's that nasty mange skin disorder. In the past he has had uncontrollable itching and whining as he does it. I recently, about two weeks ago started him on MMS, 1st 6 drops in 750ml of distilled water and as time progressed I'm up to 16 drops. Rocky has shown great improvement going from a dark red to a light pink with episodes once and again where he looks redder, but than he doesn't. I decided also to be consistent recently and give him 1 ml of a good vitamin which I switch between two kinds I have, 1 with iron. I also happened to have some Black Yeast Beta- Glucan which I bought for my other female Shitzudoole when we thought she was pregnant because it's supposed to help with the immune system. Because I'm retired with my wife, I am able to give Rocky the MMS usually every 1 1/2 to 2 hr intervals via 3 ml syringe. I usually have him suck down 9 to 12 ml's each time. I have also frequently at least once and sometimes twice a day mix up about 6 drops in about 8oz of distilled water and spray hime mostly on his under side, neck, behind the ears etc. with MMS and that helps too.
Now, as maybe I'm growing a bit impatient I bought some DMSO and want to mix the MMS with DSMO for the external treatment, just today I wanted to do a test and I poured about 1oz of his mix, the 16 drop/distilled mixture into a shot glass, added about 10 drops of MMS and same of DMSO. Because I read you shouldn't get it on your hands I got an idea from reading another post on another forum and I used a small 1cm artist paint brush to paint it on about 3 or 4 test spots where Rocky had a bit of crusty pink skin. I will do a couple more treatments today on the same spots to see if I see any improvements in those spots before I try it on a larger scale.
Is there anyone out there who has had any success with this kind of an application for the absorption of MMS for a doggy's skin disease?
Be careful using applicators with DMSO.
If it is a natural fiber brush, then I would think it would be okay.
BUT I wouldn't dip it all the way so that the DMSO gets into the glue that hold the bristles into the brush.
Otherwise the DMSO could degrade the fibers or pick up the glue and introduce those chemicals into your dog.
Two weeks is a pretty short time period. Especially for what sounds like a fairly extensive disease.
I would think you would start seeing some good results in about a month, or so, depending.
It could take a couple of month or a few months or half a year or a year, etc...
Jim Humble's book, "MMS Health Recovery Guide Book", has tables that show how much
MMS should be given a non-human animal based on their weight.
Less weight, less MMS, higher weight, more MMS.
So you might be giving your dog too much or too little.
I use those tables for my cat's dosage.
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Yeah, I agree, actually its been about three weeks and he's showing a lot of improvement. He's the light pink girls love hehehe! I appreciate the advice about the paint brush, I read the fragilities about DMSO and I did use a brush that was natural I think, but I also tried not to dip any further than the length of the bristles. I didn't want any foreign matter getting into Rocky's skin. I always research a lot before I try anything. THX!
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