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MMS or DMSO for allergies (hayfever etc) 18 May 2020 14:16 #64303

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It's come in hayfever session, and i'm taking precautions around my diet and keeping up taking my netti pot and nettles..

been loving reading jims book, and inspired to really utilise our new MMS and DMSO to it's full potential of supplementary and curing capabilities..
didn't see anything in the book about allergies or hayfever and wondered if anyone new if MMS or DMSO would be of help with this?
be great if so :)

just saw it can kill off warts. which i'll try soon, with a varucca i've had for years.

appreciate any advice.
thanks

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MMS or DMSO for allergies (hayfever etc) 20 May 2020 01:05 #64332

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You must have Jim's book in print version and not the PDF. :)

On page 110, you will find this:

"Allergies: Begin with the Starting Procedure and continue following the HRP (always observing the Three Golden Rules) until allergies are gone."

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MMS or DMSO for allergies (hayfever etc) 22 May 2020 09:58 #64409

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thanks katniss for the heads up.
found that section of the book yesterday..
it is in the ebook, which i'm delighted about..
such a wealth of knowledge in this book. very enthused to deepen in my appreciation of what is being offered..

plan to start the HRP with my partner in week i'd say.. looks like can impact many ailments.
teeth brushing protocol starting now :) and frequent doses..
thanks again
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MMS or DMSO for allergies (hayfever etc) 22 May 2020 23:28 #64416

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MMS or DMSO for allergies (hayfever etc) 03 Jun 2020 13:42 #64587

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hi katniss,
i just saw this message now on teeth brushing and your experiments. That's very interesting.
I'm surprised jim doesn't mention this in his book?
i just started the 'fast track' starting procedure with my partner.
delighted to be finally doing a structured protocol... My hayfever has been quite active in past weeks, so keen to see if this helps that.. along with the many other detoxifying and cleansing benefits i can see happening.
so, i've been brushing in the evenings the past few nights, and did so before the protocol today.. but i'm hesitant now after seeing your pH experiments..

what do you suggest? I was planning to do jim 5 drop brushing procedure morning and evening, splitting the dose with partner..
i do have ph test strips here, and will happily check the ph before we brush tonight with it... we're using local spring water for now.
what measure do you feel is an 'ok' ph to use for brushing?

the alternative is my 'euthymol' toothpaste...

just going through the list of antioxidant foods now, to be more confident we'll get the most from our doses.

thanks for all the help.
colm

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MMS or DMSO for allergies (hayfever etc) 03 Jun 2020 19:59 #64596

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I just checked a toothpaste I use, Weleda 'Ratanhia', with pH test strips and it looks like the pH is about 6. You would think a company that makes and sells toothpaste would not sell a product that could damage tooth enamel. So, perhaps we can say pH 6 and above is okay for teeth brushing.

As mentioned in the testing, the pH of the water used to mix with a sodium chlorite solution (SCS) is the main factor in the pH of the teeth brushing solution.

The lady on the MMS forum who brought up the question was brushing for long periods of time which would have made the problem worse than if brushing for the normal 2 minute dentist recommended time period.

Testing showed that CDS resulted in the highest pH of the three SCSs.

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