Hello! Not sure if there is any new info on giving horses MMS? I just treated one with CDiff and she hated the antibiotic! I’ve a newly adopted Mustang who may have it now as well and there is no way I’d be getting a syringe in his mouth! Thoughts please?
Congratulations on your new Mustang! I'm pretty new with MMS but I have horses so I'm interested in the replies you will get. Since horses cannot vommit, you'd have to go really low and slow and watch to make sure they are feeling off. But it seems it may be an option to do unactivated MMS (protocol 1) and put drops in their water. From what I've read and tried myself, there is no smell or taste so it shouldn't put your horses off drinking enough water but I'd want to watch it carefully. On another note, years ago, I cured my own CDiff with colostrum (I used metagenics brand) so maybe that could help your horses? God bless you and your horses! I speak health over them right now in the name of Jesus
if you look on page 31 of truthquesters topic Taking Unactivated MMS Drops for 10 Months in All My Water - 4 Drops per Liter All Day, Every Day, you will find he attached files and one of them is for Protocol 1 - you can print it out
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you will see people talking about dosing horses.
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