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TOPIC: why isn't mms more popular?

why isn't mms more popular? 02 Apr 2020 21:53 #63406

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i'm in various alternative health groups. all kinds of therapies are always mentioned: homeopathy, cannabis, essiac tea, diets, and so on... but i rarely ever see mms mentioned. why is that? i ind it very weird that it isn't more popular.
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why isn't mms more popular? 02 Apr 2020 22:27 #63408

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From my own personal experience is people don't understand it. 98% of the people that know I use it think it's just another health remedy scam.
When they try to do their own research, they see negative talks about it and come out thinking it's bleach.
I share my knowledge with everyone I know and I haven't supported big pharma in years.
I am MMS all the way!
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why isn't mms more popular? 03 Apr 2020 19:14 #63422

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The powers behind Big Pharma scrub the internet (Youtube testimonials, emails from G2 Church, Amazon books from Andreas Kalcker, Jim Humble, Kerri Rivera all disappeared). Wikipedia, FDA, Mainstream news all in lockstep denigrating it. My own grown children tease me about my consuming “bleach”. etc., etc.
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why isn't mms more popular? 20 Apr 2020 04:45 #63694

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With those I've tried to "sell" on this, It seems to me that the learning curve for usage/protocols is a big reason as well. When prescribed a pill from a doc, it's fairly easy to take 1 in the morning and one at night. To mix drops or worry about concentration/dilution combined with avoiding anti-oxidants for a short time increases the complexity of use. I think in the future you will be able to buy MMS capsule pills at any corner store for next to nothing, whole bottles of them for a buck or two, and basic directions on the label. Until then, few have the patience to overcome both the controversy AND the complexity. I had no trouble overcoming those, and likely many in this forum is similar, but then I was seeking something like this. My dad has taken colloidal silver for decades and since it's also anti-viral/anti-fungal/anti-microbial he doesn't know what he'd gain from clo2 no matter how many times I explain.
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why isn't mms more popular? 20 Apr 2020 06:19 #63696

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If you use CDS or CDH, dosing is much simpler. Some say these are not as effective as MMS1. The reason is most likely because both have been under-dosed for years by people who should know better. Conspiracy against CDS & CDH?

Yes, you can use MMS1 in an all-day bottle, but that is about as long as it will be effective. Not so with CDS and CDH.

Another reason is because CLO2 is fragile and can loose its concentration potency if not treated properly.

A big plus for MMS1, CDS and CDH is the low cost; pennies per dose.
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why isn't mms more popular? 05 May 2020 17:20 #63980

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why don't we stop saying "it is not a bleach" ?
it smells like it and it certainly acts like it. nearly all my clothes are fucked with little bleach-spots from accidental spilling mms. even from tiny amounts!

note: don't get me wrong, i do stand behind mms. and i do know and understand that it is different from the industrial bleach from the store. but hey, it sure is a bleaching agent...

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