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Herxheimer reaction week 3 on Protocol 1000 08 Jun 2021 22:16 #69353

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I am having persistent nausea and herxheimer symptoms after beginning week 3 of protocol 1000. I did Starting Procedure as described, then moved to protocol. Second day week 3 of Protocol 1000 (3 drop dose x 8 hrs daily) I had Herx reaction so I reduced to 2 drop dose, still having Herx reaction so I am now reducing to 1 drop dose. All of a sudden MMS is very nausea inducing. I have been mixing with 2oz water + 2oz organic apple juice to cover the taste but I am still feeling nausea. Should I add any time onto Protocol 1000 or just continue through until week 3 is complete since I have reduced dose to 1/3?

I am also having strange night sweats and muscle burning sensations in my arms/legs if I do too much during the day. I assumed this is part of Herx reaction and will go away once I reduce dose. If anyone has experience with this, advice would be appreciated. 

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Herxheimer reaction week 3 on Protocol 1000 09 Jun 2021 00:22 #69354

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So many people think that they must reach 3 drop MMS1 doses to accurately follow Protocol 1000. Three drop hourly MMS1 doses are the MAXIMUM for P1000, NOT the goal, 

What you are describing are Herxheimer reactions caused by OVERDOSING. REDUCE DOSING !!!

Follow the Three Golden Rules. 

Some people have recovered from stage 4 cancers taking only 1/2 drop MMS1 doses. 

The more toxic you are, the lower the dose you need to take. Perhaps in time, you may be able to SLOWLY increase dosing. 

I hope you are using 4% citric acid activator and NOT 50% citric acid. 

 
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Herxheimer reaction week 3 on Protocol 1000 09 Jun 2021 02:04 #69359

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I am using 50% citric acid. Should I use 4% citric acid to activate? and why...?

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Herxheimer reaction week 3 on Protocol 1000 09 Jun 2021 03:53 #69361

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Sorry, but I made a typo in my post. 

"I hope you are using 4% citric acid  HCL activator and NOT 50% citric acid." 

From page 71 in Andreas Kalcker's book, Forbidden Health

Precaution 7
"Using citric acid as an activator can provoke intestinal acidosis in sensitive individuals causing diarrhea, discomfort, and Citro-bacteria (bacteria that feeds on citrates). This mix is never used anymore, although it is equally effective. Note: Citric acid can be used to make CDS because it doesn’t go in the final mix. We only use the gas created."

 
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Herxheimer reaction week 3 on Protocol 1000 10 Jun 2021 12:38 #69382

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Since I've already bought citric acid,  I'll use it to make CDS. I'm glad I got this information. Thank you!

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Herxheimer reaction week 3 on Protocol 1000 13 Jun 2021 12:17 #69436

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I am using 4% HCL after reducing dose down to 1 drop the Herx reaction stopped and I was able to get back to 2 drop dose and continue without the Here reaction. Thanks so much!
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