Hello, my wife was bitten by our dog last saturday. She only used peroxide and did not thoroughly rinse the wound. It's now Thursday and it looks infected and there seems to be some tissue decay. I have her taking silver and oregamax. I am also very worried about Tetanus and have heard that MMS can stop it (the toxin). What oral dosing is recommended and what topical (DMSO + MMS dosage)?
Thank you so much for any help.
NOTE to moderator. I had originally posted this in the DMSO channel mistakenly. I tried to delete it but it wouldn't let me. Please keep this one and feel free to delete the other.
I mixed 5 drops mms and 5 drops distilled water. I used a dropper to put it directly on the wound then I dropped about 3 drops dmso on it. Has been about an hour and she is now saying it is making her foot tingle and feel cold. It burnt her skin a little so we wiped it down also. Was that too much DSMO and should I be worried?
The maximum time unactivated MMS should be on skin is 5 minutes. Adding an equal part of water will diluted it 50%, so the time could be longer than 5 minutes. Unactivated MMS is highly alkaline and will burn skin.
If you are trying to kill pathogens, chlorine dioxide (CLO2) is what you should be using. MMS1 has a little bit of CLO2 when used topically, CDH much more and CDS is 100% CLO2.
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