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Tobacco user 24 May 2023 13:00 #78800

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Hi, thanks for your response! But my question really didn’t get answered from reading this. I understand that the MMS1 detoxes the body and you’re correct, why detox and still smoke cigarettes. I’m in the process of quitting smoking and just wanted to know if I could still be cured of my issue IF I am still smoking at the time. Furthermore, I’m taking MMS to cure from a disease not to help with my smoking habits. Quitting smoking is easier said than done. Bad habit that I should’ve never picked up. If I can detox the disease out, I can always go back to detox from the cigarettes. My main concern at the moment is the cure.

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Tobacco user 26 May 2023 20:47 #78829

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I mentioned some other stuff in my post, so it probably wasn't as clear as
I would have liked it to be.

YOU CAN use MMS/CDS while smoking, and it WILL work.
My brother did that for a time.

Whatever toxins you are getting from the smoking are also being dealt with
by the MMS/CDS, so it has to deal with multiple things, which makes it
not work as well. But everyone has multiple toxins and pathogens in their
bodies, anyway, so in that sense, it doesn't really matter. It probably just
takes longer than it would otherwise.
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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Tobacco user 16 Jun 2023 00:30 #79001

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Oh my goodness. Enoch,

Who would fund such a study? How would you even design it? How long do you think such a study would need to run, in order to convince anyone of a cause-and-effect relationship? How would you rule out 3rd variables? How would you blind (much less double-blind) and placebo control it?

Who would such a conspiracy benefit? How would it be monetized, or what advantage would it offer?

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Tobacco user 16 Jun 2023 01:00 #79002

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academic.oup.com/toxsci/article/64/1/4/1637703?login=false
A Short History of Lung Cancer
Hanspeter Witschi
Toxicological Sciences, Volume 64, Issue 1, November 2001, Pages 4–6, doi.org/10.1093/toxsci/64.1.4
Published: 01 November 2001

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Tobacco user 16 Jun 2023 01:22 #79003

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I'm sorry - I don't see how either of articles you linked supports a claim that smoking is benign, or that the idea that smoking is harmful is the result of a conspiracy.

(For sure, chemical additives make smoking *that much worse* for your health, than habitually smoking additive-free tobacco. That's reasonable.)

Could you please address the questions I asked, directly?

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Tobacco user 16 Jun 2023 02:01 #79004

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Hi Patience, I started smoking at 15, smoked for 20 years, and quit many times, always starting back up in response to certain triggers - stress, sadness, loneliness, relationship problems, frustration at work. My addiction was so bad that the moment I put the cigarette out (I smoked American Spirit s- Blue pack, or Menthols) I was already craving the next one, even though I still felt sick and dizzy from the one I'd just finished.

I quit a final time 11 years ago using Allen Carr's book, "The Easy Way to Stop Smoking." It really DID make it easy, and despite life being just as stressful and difficult as its always been, I've never again felt tempted to reach for a cigarette. I'm done, for good, and would never look back. I love being free from the addiction, the mucus, the sore throat, the reduced lung capacity, the frequent colds/flu, the smoker's breath, etc. Just wanted to share this resource with you, in hopes that it could do for you what it did for me.

You can start reading the book (or listening on Audible) while you're still smoking - in fact, I recommend it. It's an absolutely awesome book and his method 100% worked for me! I really don't think I could have just dropped it, so easily, and for good, without it.

Whatever you decide, I hope you reach all of your goals as soon as possible! Wishing you radiant health, and deep peace. :)

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Tobacco user 16 Jun 2023 02:36 #79008

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I don't care what you can or can't see. I'm not the one who can't post a study to prove smoking causes cancer.

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Tobacco user 16 Jun 2023 02:55 #79011

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But you're the one who can't post an outline for how such a study would even be feasible, so....

And, you're the one who can't show how your links support your claim.

Anyways, thanks for the convo, and have a nice day.

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Tobacco user 16 Jun 2023 03:00 #79012

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All you have are excuses and biased opinions. I just post the facts. Believe what you want. I'm not twisting your arm.

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