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MMS2 Nasal Spray 09 Sep 2023 20:48 #79889

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Hi everyone, I’ve come to the conclusion that I need to get very aggressive with treating my chronic sinus issue that will not go away no matter what I try.  I’m going to be trying a MMS2 solution in a nasal spray bottle and I’m just curious if anyone has done this before and what ratios or protocols work.  Thanks so much! 

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MMS2 Nasal Spray 12 Sep 2023 12:39 #79907

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Have you tried povidone iodine 1% Nasal Spray? 

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MMS2 Nasal Spray 12 Sep 2023 13:34 #79908

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Hi and thank you for responding :)
Yes I have and unfortunately it just seems to irritate my sinuses further. I have black fungus like discharge that comes out every so often so I’m pretty sure this is a stubborn fungal infection deep within my sinuses. I’m currently on bentonite clay, peppermint essential oil, cinnamon essential oil internally, and have been spraying a mixture of regular MMS (4 drops activated in 2 oz water) up my nose many times a day. In the past I’ve made my own 1% povidone iodine mixture and sprayed or irrigated using that mixture and it doesn’t kill the fungus.  I’ve been dealing with this now for almost 2 years ever since having Covid and working in a moldy building.  I’ve tried inhaling hydrogen peroxide and spraying/irrigating with that and it all ends up in more irritation with the black discharge after I stop the different protocols.  I’m kinda at my wits end and am hoping that the calcium hypochlorite would just kill it immediately, but I don’t want to do more harm by using that product the wrong way.  

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MMS2 Nasal Spray 12 Sep 2023 16:32 #79909

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I was looking up DMSO and sinus infection and saw this:
www.earthclinic.com/supplements/dmso6.html#sinus
I used to nebulize CDS (chlorine dioxide solution not the activated mms)  and also saline and CDS combination in neti pot for congestion .  I am not sure but maybe look up more about DMSO or colloidal silver too! ( thesilveredge.com/using-colloidal-silver-to-stop-fungal-sinus-infections/) .hope you find answers and get better.

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MMS2 Nasal Spray 12 Sep 2023 16:42 #79910

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This incredibly effective treatment for sinus infections is what I recommend to my patients and do myself.  It was developed by  Dr. B. J. Biagioli .

Supplies:
1. High quality colloidal or ionic silver.
2. Nasal Aspirator.  We like this one available locally at Walmart.
     www.walmart.com/ip/Neilmed-NasaBulb-Nasal-Aspirator-2-Count/43160825
    An eye dropper or dropper bottle works ok for this too.
3. Natural Birch Xylitol Sweetener.  You only need a little bit, make sure the xylitol is made from birch as others are from GMO corn.
4. Timer.

Preparation:
Add about 2 tsp. silver and a smidgen (about 1/3 of an 1/8th tsp.) xylitol to the nasal aspirator (or dropper bottle).  You may find that more or less volume works well for you.  Use the xylitol at a rate of 1/8th tsp. per 1 oz. of silver. Xylitol adjusts the osmotic pressure to prevent a burning sensation in the sinuses. When you figure out the amount that works for you, you can draw a little line on the bulb for reference.  Mix silver and xylitol together in nasal aspirator and shake to dissolve.

Procedure:
1. Lay on a bed face up with the head hanging over the edge of the mattress so the nostrils are pointing straight up toward the ceiling. It can be helpful to place a towel beneath you on the floor to catch any drips.
2. Use the nasal aspirator (or eyedropper) to fill each nostril with the sinus rinse solution. Keep filling each nostril with the rinse solution until the sinus cavities are filled, which may be indicated by feeling some of the solution dripping into the throat. Set the timer for 2 minutes. 

3. Hold your nose (to avoid spilling) while you rollover on the stomach and let the head hang forward down over the edge of the mattress. (You don’t need to hold your nose after rolling over, but it may help for some if there is dripping). This allows the rinse solution to flow into the forward sinus cavities. Set the timer for 2 minutes. When you get up, hold your nose (to avoid spilling) and go blow your nose over a sink.  Have some tissues there to blow your nose more as needed.

4. Important: Repeat this procedure 45 minutes later. The two rinses 45 minutes apart constitute a single sinus rinse session. Perform two or more such sinus rinse sessions per day. Relief from sinus infection symptoms will typically be noticeable by the second day. It is not unusual for the sinus infection to be gone within three days.

5. Repeat two or more sessions per day until the sinus infection subsides. Very persistent sinus infections may require five to seven days or more.

The first time you do this it may feel uncomfortable like there is burning or pressure.  The 2nd or 3rd time it tends to get more comfortable as things relax and you get used to it.  It is well worth working through the discomfort if any occurs at the beginning.  If you continue to feel burning, try adding more xylitol.

This is an amazingly effective treatment! 

Here is another good  treatment  from Dave Asprey.
 

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MMS2 Nasal Spray 13 Sep 2023 19:47 #79918

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I will definitely try this! Thank you so very much for your reply!!   

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MMS2 Nasal Spray 14 Sep 2023 01:00 #79931

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My 'little joke' is that The Call Is Coming From Inside The House.

Have you done a complete INTERNAL / ORAL protocol session as
suggested in Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook"?

Protocol 1000, then P1000+ (using DMSO), and THEN MMS2,
if needed?

"Topical" application does do some good stuff, but imo, it rarely
gets to the heart of the matter.

Also, you do need to NOT be in that negative unhealthy environment anymore.
So you need to remove yourself from that, otherwise I would think you will
never achieve long lasting Health Restoration.

And you may be sensitive to Molds and Fungi now, like I think I am from
years of infection and increasingly poor health. They are endemic in our
environment, and getting worse with "Climate Change".

So, where they may not affect most people ('severely'), they may attack
people like you and me and get a toehold and negatively affect our health.

So a continued Maintenance plan of MMS is important. (and probably Bentonite clay)

But, first, you need to make sure you are "completely cleaned out". (Thoroughly Detoxed)

Eating "right" is important, as well. I suggest what I think is the best diet on
my website, link below, that promotes good health.

I hope you are able to figure it out.
 
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mentions, replies to inquiries about, and/or involves a discussion of, the information on my website,
ASpoonfulOfMedicine.com, falls under the Disclaimer on my website.

CHP – The Clean Health Protocol
www.ASpoonfulOfMedicine.com/

You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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