Note that a topical application might also work or help.
(I would do internal-oral and topical)
Like 10 to 20 drops in 4 to 8 oz of water in a spray bottle (ideally glass).
And also diluted DMSO in a spray bottle. (SHOULD be glass)
Information should be in Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" (2019 edition)
on using DMSO topically.
Use the Low and Slow methodology here, too. (like maybe 5 drops for a few days,
and then 10 for several days, and then 20, etc...)
Be careful with the DMSO getting on you, and don't use rubber gloves.
I would spray the growth with MMS1, then DMSO, then more MMS1.
Maybe a few times day or so.
Reduce applications if you notice skin redness.
You could put some lotion on it in between, but make sure it's
at least an hour after the application and maybe 8 hours before
the next application. Maybe put lotion on every night before bed.
That would give it plenty of time to dissipate before the next
application, and might help with any irritation that might occur.
Please let us know if you get some good results. (or not working)
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Thank you very much for your advice. I am very much appreciated.
I just started today with Fenbendazol and my next step will be use MMS spray and than start protocol according my dog weight. I definitely will update you. Again thank You 😊
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