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spraying your skin - dog and myself 09 Sep 2022 19:18 #76738

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I'm new to MMS although I've used DMSO for years, mostly for burns, sore back, muscles etc.

But now I have two situations that are crying out for MMS:

1 - Over the past 10 years, I've had two surgeries to remove basal cell cancers from my face and am not interested in any more surgery.  But I do have a suspicious patch on my forehead about the size of a dime that's been slowly expanding that I know I need to contend with as the Lord hasn't removed it with prayer alone and I've tried vitamin C and other creams to no effect.  I started using DMSO on it a few days ago and also taking about 1/4 teaspoon DMSO with 3/4 teaspoon water internally.  Today, I mixed up the spray according to my Humble book - 10 activated drops in 30 ml water in a spray bottle and put that on.

2 - Our 11-pound terrier has a grape-sized "benign" growth (needle aspirate from vet) in front of her ear.  It is about half on the outside and half under her skin/fur.  I've read the animal section more than a few times and have spent hours reading testimonials about others treated dogs for bumps, lumps, etc.  She is also constantly itchy and nothing we have tried has helped her.  When we adopted her at six months, she had been given 35 different "vaccines" and was covered in fleas and blisters...  That was four years ago and she seems very healthy in every way except the constant itching and this growth.  Anyway, should I start just by treating the growth with the spray solution?  Should I add the dmso on top after I spray the MMS1?

Many thanks for any comments/suggestions!  

One more question:  Also, how often should I use the spray?

 

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spraying your skin - dog and myself 13 Sep 2022 12:16 #76757

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Hi, I'm also interested in trying DMSO and MMS on a skin growth to resolve the issue. A definite (99.9%) sure way to get rid of any skin cancer and certain warts is to use Cansema Black Salve. Alpha Omega labs is a great source for it. It is powerful herbs, just a more invasive treatment as it kills the cells and creates an escar which later falls out and then the body heals over. The MMS option as I understand can maybe restore the cells while killing the pathogens (less invasive). Well all the best!
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spraying your skin - dog and myself 13 Sep 2022 21:44 #76768

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I would do a full Protocol 1000 Detox, not just topically.
And then do Protocol 1000+. (DMSO)
And probably Protocol 2000 for "advanced disease".

Just to get completely detoxed and clean.

"The call is coming from inside the house!" as the movie quote goes. (simile? metaphor?)

Same for your dog. External is good, but a good detox is always called for, imo.
Especially for long term health.
 
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