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MMS as topical application 27 Mar 2020 10:27 #63250

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Hi,
i finally bought jim's book last night, as an ebook. Delighted to have to it, after spending many joyful hours last week reading the free downloadable book 'breakthrough'... Amazingly inspiring read. Will share with many people.

So, i have a good look through the protocols last night in Jim's book, but could find any for topical use of MMS.
My partner was rather presumptuous, as was i, and assumed it would be good to apply directly on the skin, like a poultice, soaking a piece of cloth in MMS and leaving against the skin...
She did this on her own, and used a far more concentrated amount than i would have recommended (a 5 drop/3 drop citric mix), with just a little water on a dish...
She applied it onto her breast, as she is concerned she may have a lump/growth there, and thought MMS could help, somehow penetrating the skin and doing its magic.
we are both taking daily doses of MMS first thing the morning. I've reduced mine to a 3 drop dose, as was concerned the 6 drop was affecting my belly.

So, last piece was that she had quite a reaction to the concentrated activated MMS against the skin for many hours. It left a burn there, and she has some pain now.
anyone have similar experiences?
and anyone have any suggestions on what might help? She's using fresh aloe vera now to sooth and nourish it.

Appreciate any advice around remedying the burn... as well as pointers as to how best to apply topically in the future for such measures.
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MMS as topical application 27 Mar 2020 19:40 #63254

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Jim's warns not to leave MMS (22.4% sodium chlorite solution) on skin any longer than 5 minutes. MMS is highly alkaline and will burn skin. There are some uses for applying MMS to skin. Search the PDF book.

(page 21) "MMS liquid full strength out of the bottle (22.4% sodium chlorite solution) can irritate the skin. If it comes into direct contact with the skin, rinse it off with clean water. Try to avoid getting it on clothes as the concentrated solution can discolor them. A dilute solution may also discolor some fabrics, depending on the concentration and the fabric. (There are two exceptions to this rule of putting full strength MMS on the skin, you can do so for short periods of time to help burns and mosquito bites, see pages 245 and 196 for proper instructions.)"

For skin issues, including cancers, what you want to use is CLO2 (chlorine dioxide) such as found in CDS, plus DMSO applied on top of CDS. CDS contains only CLO2 whereas MMS1 contains a lot of residual MMS. That is why your partner experienced skin burning. CDS can usually be applied to skin full-strength.

MMS1 is great for ingestion, but I prefer to use CDS for non-ingestion applications.

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MMS as topical application 28 Mar 2020 13:28 #63278

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Thank you so much for your thorough reply and advice. We so appreciate your continued support...

Hopefully we'll become more self sufficient now that we have Jim's new book :) But great to know this resource is here if anything we can't figure out comes up.

Do look forward to getting our own CDS set up going sometime in the future. but for now, we're both very happy with MMS1, for ingestion...
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