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unactivated MMS1... 05 Sep 2022 03:11 #76681

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Hi -  new to forum.   Am trying to save my cat diagnosed with a bloated abdomen that vet says might be carcinomatosis.  I'm 80 yo and quite debilitated.  Have been trying the starting protocol and after 2 days cannot physically keep up with the hourly regemin.  My cat must be wrapped in a towel to avoid his poor defensive little claws. Still, a lot of the MMS1 gets spilled.   He too is getting exhausted.  I fear the 10 minute battle weakens the ClO2 mixture.  Today, I started the procedure with unactivated NaClO2 solution alone, over his food which he did eat each of the 8 hours.  I saw in a site by Brian Stone who devotes his time free, (Simple Molecular Medicines) - animal directions espousing the unactivated MMS.  I am able to perform this routine and my cat sure welcomes the change.     My question is -  is anyone out there able to substantiate using the unactivated MMS use?    - gene

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unactivated MMS1... 05 Sep 2022 12:58 #76683

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Hi -  new to forum.   Am trying to save my cat diagnosed with a bloated abdomen that vet says might be carcinomatosis.  I'm 80 yo and quite debilitated.  Have been trying the starting protocol and after 2 days cannot physically keep up with the hourly regemin.  My cat must be wrapped in a towel to avoid his poor defensive little claws. Still, a lot of the MMS1 gets spilled.   He too is getting exhausted.  I fear the 10 minute battle weakens the ClO2 mixture.  Today, I started the procedure with unactivated NaClO2 solution alone, over his food which he did eat each of the 8 hours.  I saw in a site by Brian Stone who devotes his time free, (Simple Molecular Medicines) - animal directions espousing the unactivated MMS.  I am able to perform this routine and my cat sure welcomes the change.     My question is -  is anyone out there able to substantiate using the unactivated MMS use?    - gene

 

Yes, you can definitely use MMS (sodium chlorite) on it's own.
Animals have very high stomach acid content so it tends to work well with them.

The standard dose is 5 drops of MMS to 1 litre/quart of water. Fill their bowl with the MMS water - NOT a metal bowl - and they will drink as much as they need. It has no taste.
You can up the dose if you don't see improvement, or reduce the dose if they experience diarrhea or negative symptoms.

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unactivated MMS1... 09 Sep 2022 08:27 #76726

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I use Organic Free Range Chicken Broth from Pacific Foods for my cat.
One cat laps it up, the other walked away.
(a teaspoon of refrigerated liquid heated 5 seconds in microwave
in a little glass bowl, then MMS/CDS added and 'stirred')
Smell or taste could turn them off, but covered by the salty broth helps.

The drop amounts are from Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook"
chapter "Animals" where it is based on weight.

Also, be careful using SCS drops in water. If it discourages your cat from
drinking water, that can be bad. I plan on doing it with my cat, one bowl with
clean water and one with SCS drops.

If you do a search on this forum for "Pacific Foods", you will find posts
where I mention it, and check out my website, link below.
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unactivated MMS1... 20 Sep 2022 12:29 #76832

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i would love to know how you are getting on with your cat using unactivated mms. i am doing the same with dog

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