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Serrapeptase and MMS 27 Aug 2022 09:10 #76603

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Hello all. I am taking serrapeptase in the morning and want to start taking MMS 2 hours later. However, as the serrapeptase I take is slow release I am worried that it will stop working if the MMS is taken two hours later. I was hoping the serrapeptase would work all day. I am grateful for all advise. Btw. I am taking it for Rheumatoid Arthritis.

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Serrapeptase and MMS 31 Aug 2022 08:40 #76630

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That's a hard one, because, afaik, no one knows the answer to that, and
it is basically impossible to know the answer. Either for one person, or everyone.
You can only do your own anecdotal "testing" to see if it is okay.

I didn't know what serrapeptase was, so I read some about it.
Wikipedia isn't a great source, but I usually start there and then spread out
to try to find substantiating information elsewhere from web sites that
seem trustworthy.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serratiopeptidase

And then with time/slow release stuff, it is an additional concern.

The only way you could "maybe" tell one way or another is to do the
MMS Protocols and see what happens. If the serrapeptase is currently
helping you, and you get worse, then maybe there is a problem.
If you then stop taking the MMS and you get better, then there is
perhaps more likely a problem.

If you get better with the MMS, then either the MMS is also helping
to make you better and not affecting the serrapeptase, or it is not
negatively affecting it, and they are working together.

That's really about the only thing you could do.

BUT, I would expect that "MMS" will almost absolutely help you achieve
Health Restoration in regard to your Rheumatoid Arthritis.
I would be very surprised if it did not.

If you are following Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" protocols,
I would expect that you would particularly see additional success with Protocol 1000+
because it uses DMSO, which is an anti-inflammatory.

NOTE that there are additional concerns when using DMSO, because it can cause
"medications" to work "too well". This is a supposed known issue with blood thinners
and some other medications. (blood thinners partially because DMSO is also a
blood thinner)

I wish I had better, more certain information for you.

If you come back and report your findings, that might help others with same or similar issues.
 
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Serrapeptase and MMS 31 Aug 2022 21:11 #76641

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Couldn't edit my above reply.

Based on what I conveyed, I hope it was informational enough so that you
understand it well enough for you to decide and choose what you want to do
in regards to your problem.

(that is, with everything "around here", it is always up to the individual to make
the final choice as to what they should do to deal with their health issues,
since none of us (afaik) are qualified Health Professionals, etc....)
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