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Dog /way to administer MMS 24 Mar 2024 21:27 #81910

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Hello everyone,
What is the best way to administer MMS for dog?
Can I mixed with broth?Or any other ideas please?
Also if I feed her in the morning do I need to have a gap after I will give her MMS?
What if I won't be able to give her 8 dosage  for a starting procedure (work)

Thank You very much in advance for your help.

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Dog /way to administer MMS 26 Mar 2024 14:42 #81927

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Most people use a syringe to squirt a dose down an animal's throat. 

If you mix MMS1 with an antioxidant food, the chlorine dioxide (CLO2) will be reduced or eliminated. 

An easy way to get CLO2 into your dog would be to use unactivated MMS (SCS). Stomach acid will activate the sodium chlorite. Dogs and cats have much more stomach acid than humans. See attached PDF file. 


 
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Dog /way to administer MMS 26 Mar 2024 16:52 #81932

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I wish I knew the part about unactivated MMS before. The smell of activated MMS1 is not accepted by my dog.
I use a syringe as my dog drinks water only when she eats. I also use a broth but I will try tomorrow to administer just MMS with water.

 
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Dog /way to administer MMS 26 Mar 2024 23:04 #81936

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Thank You very much for your advice:)
I just use a syringe today and all went ok, but I am on day one of staring procedure,so I am not sure how successful we will be in the future:)

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Dog /way to administer MMS 26 Mar 2024 23:06 #81937

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Good luck to you and your dog:)
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Dog /way to administer MMS 28 Mar 2024 11:19 #81955

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If I want to give my dog DMSO, do I mix MMS with DSMO and water (since MMS gets activated with her stomach acid) or do I have to make MMS1 to be able to add DSMO?

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I assume you meant SCS not MMS.
I've never heard of people mixing DMSO with SCS in non-animal drinking water.
I'm not sure if that would be a good idea, or not.
DMSO does have a distinctive taste, so the animal might not drink it voluntarily.
I don't know if the DMSO would mess with the SCS like it does MMS1/CDS, or not.

CDS seems to be better received by animals than mixed MMS1.

You can use ClO2 Test Strips to see if any liquid you use (broth, etc.) negatively interacts with the MMS/CDS.
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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