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Protocol 2000 07 Jul 2014 21:30 #46057

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hi,

I have been taking the protocol 2000 as recommended by jim website but I still get diarrhea. I did reduced the mms1 to 1 drop and mms2 to just a quarter of the capsule but i still get diarrhea. should i stop taking it for a couple of days and then take it again or should i continue taking it? please help.

Eric

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Protocol 2000 07 Jul 2014 22:00 #46061

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1. Diarrhea says to me that you are so toxic that you cannot do a "full dose" -

You can do as little as 1/4 or 1/8 of a drop an hour to work up to full dose. You should not start your MMS2 until you've got the MMS1 onboard at proper amount, and the max of the MMS2 (which you work up to) is 1/2 a size '0' capsule.

What exactly have you been doing?

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Protocol 2000 10 Jul 2014 01:05 #46132

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hi pam,

Thank you for the respond, Pam.
Here is what I did.
1. I started with the mms1 1 drop for about a week
2. Following by 2 drops for about 3 days and then following by the mms2 with a quarter of a capsule.
And I still get diarrhea. By the way, what do you mean by I'm so toxic. Please let me know so that i can proper taking it. Thanks.

Eric

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Protocol 2000 10 Jul 2014 01:40 #46133

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Eric, what causes nausea and so on is called a herxheimer reaction. that occurs when the body is killing off pathogens faster than it can eliminate the junk that is left - that usually occurs when you're pretty toxic and there's a lot to work on.

You can go as low as 1 drop activated in 8 doses (i.e., one drop activated in your daily bottle) - that works out (with hourly dosing) to 1/8 of a drop an hour - usually the body can handle this with no problem. Jim recommends starting at 2 drops in the bottle (which equals 1/4 of a drop an hour) -

I would drop back, if it were me, and go very slowly - if you build up to it, you should have no problems with herxing. Once you've gotten to the point where you can do 3 drops an hour (24 drops in the day), then you move to the MMS2, and I'd do just a grain or two in the capsule (most of the MMS2 is granular) - may only equal 1/8 of a capsule. That's fine.

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Protocol 2000 10 Jul 2014 23:18 #46146

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I see. I will go slow and trying to build up to it as you said, Pam. Thanks.

Eric

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