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Confused on how to read the chart for Pets - Dog Dosage. 18 Apr 2023 16:28 #78451

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Hi,
I've purchased Jim Humble's book on Kindle, read through it a few times but I'm really struggling to grasp how to read the chart.

I wonder if anyone can help, I don't know if the chart is a bit confusing and I'm not good at reading it, or perhaps a Kindle issue and pushed together due to formatting, but I'm finding it very difficult to understand.  From what I read, the 6 and 6 is a good place to start - my pup has huge cysts on her chest and neck, and the will progress to the other protocols if necessary.  But I'd need to understand how to read the chart as weight of the dog is relevant.

**Second query, relates to above.  How do people manage to get 120ml/4 ounces of liquid into their dog 10 times a day?  Can I pop it into a broth - or will that degrade the solution?  Or should I use the topical/spray option since the cysts are just beneath the skin.

Thank you in advance, I'd appreciate any help on getting clarity.
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Confused on how to read the chart for Pets - Dog Dosage. 18 Apr 2023 20:40 #78462

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The charts can be a little confusing, along with the book text.
It could be clearer. And the "Kindle" PDF is difficult to read.
(it's not actually a Kindle document, and e-book Readers don't
generally display PDFs well)

You ARE NOT giving the animal 120 ml / 1/2 C / 4 ounces of liquid.

You mix up that much (like usual, or use CDS) as "Cup 1 / C1"
(or C2, depending on weight) and then give them DROPS or ml from that.

You can do it fresh every hour, or re-use the mixed for some amount of time
throughout the day, although keeping it in a closed container and refrigerated
is a good idea because it can degrade quickly. more so with heat --
maybe do two mixes a day.

You should do the Starting Procedure first, with dosing according to how
it is mentioned (there or elsewhere), over the first few days (why there are
3 values there), and then Protocol 1000 over the next days and weeks
(again why there are 3 values).
(don't worry about the 6 & 6)

So you have to understand how the Starting Procedure and Protocol 1000
work (for people), which he may not have reprinted in that chapter, so
see the above chapters about those. ("Low and Slow" -- you don't want to
Herx your dog)

You didn't say how much your dog weighs, but here's an example from
the charts that I think should be clear. (with protocol 2000 removed)
I put in two lines. So you would, for example, use the first line if
your dog weighed 5 pounds, and the second line if he weighed 7 pounds.
'ml' is milliliters and 'd' is Drops.

So "ml-C1" is "ml of C1", and "d-C2" is "Drops of C2".
Weight of Animal        — Starting Procedure — Protocol 1000
4 - 6 lbs (1.8 -2.7 kg) — 1.0–2.0–3.0 ml-C1 — 3.0–4.0–5.0 ml-C1
6 - 8 lbs (2.7 - 3.6 kg) — 3.5–7–10.5 d-C2 — 1.0–2.0–3.0 ml-C2

People have used various liquids to cover the smell and taste of the MMS.
But you have to be careful that the chosen liquid doesn't degrade the MMS potency.
There are ClO2 Test Strips that you can use to check that.
I used chicken broth for my cat, others have used that or beef or bone broth for dogs.

You can also use topical sprays and such. (both at the same time are probably okay)
At some point you may want to incorporate DMSO, for internal and/or external use.

You just have to keep an eye on your animal and try to figure out if you are
going too fast and Herxing them, which is difficult to do. (unless they vomit)

Hopefully you will see some results fairly quickly, although it could take weeks,
or possibly even longer.

You can see my website, link below, for more information.

Reporting back helps other people who may have the same or a similar
problem with their Companion Animals.
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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Confused on how to read the chart for Pets - Dog Dosage. 19 Apr 2023 21:48 #78478

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Thank you so much, really appreciate the comprehensive response.

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Confused on how to read the chart for Pets - Dog Dosage. 30 Nov 2023 15:28 #80533

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Oh my I was too!  I have asked but after reading several times and a backup friend to go over it, I came to the solution you just use PartA and then the organic citric juice with the organic juice.  The hardest was putting it down her with a bottle dropper.  I am going to have a friend come over to try a larger syringe and then I will administer myself.  After many tears and reading testimonies, I believe, I got this!  So I will be looking at other replies on your site and my question just posted regarding a Cavapoo!  God bless - you got this!!!
 

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Confused on how to read the chart for Pets - Dog Dosage. 01 Dec 2023 08:06 #80546

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Note that using HCl instead of citric acid as the activator works better for non-human animals due to the better taste and less stomach upset.
And/or using CDS.
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Confused on how to read the chart for Pets - Dog Dosage. 01 Dec 2023 09:45 #80557

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Hi,
I've purchased Jim Humble's book on Kindle, read through it a few times but I'm really struggling to grasp how to read the chart.

I wonder if anyone can help, I don't know if the chart is a bit confusing and I'm not good at reading it, or perhaps a Kindle issue and pushed together due to formatting, but I'm finding it very difficult to understand.  From what I read, the 6 and 6 is a good place to start - my pup has huge cysts on her chest and neck, and the will progress to the other protocols if necessary.  But I'd need to understand how to read the chart as weight of the dog is relevant.

**Second query, relates to above.  How do people manage to get 120ml/4 ounces of liquid into their dog 10 times a day?  Can I pop it into a broth - or will that degrade the solution?  Or should I use the topical/spray option since the cysts are just beneath the skin.

Thank you in advance, I'd appreciate any help on getting clarity.
Lulu 


You must be using the Animal Protocols from the 2016 book. That section was updated and simplified in the 2019 book. The 2019 updated animal section PDF file is attached. 

By the way, Amazon is NOT an authorized seller of Jim's books. The book you have would be called a fake. Who knows if it is accurate.
Here is the authorized seller


 
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Confused on how to read the chart for Pets - Dog Dosage. 23 Dec 2023 16:34 #80842

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Dear Lulu, I hope you have found the correct measurement for your pup.  I had to read so many times.  I did get some help here but many questions go unanswered.  My pup of 11 yrs, I use 6/6 (MMS1) protocol and then i take out 7 drops after making the MMS1. I bot 2 books; Jim's revised and Paris Humble for more clarification.  I was/am still struggling.  I think I finally get it and refer back often. When she does not want to eat or very soft stool I have cut back to 4/4 and then 4 drops into her daily water intake (1 1/4 c) distilled water.  That seems to help. Looks like it is taking care of her mass areas but then as of today I am starting her on the Vetmedin heart pill to regulate her heart pill since after 3 wks she had another episode of fainting.  I hope this helps and your pup recovers. I think I read that people put DMSO on outside cysts and tumors. Best, Sara

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Confused on how to read the chart for Pets - Dog Dosage. 24 Dec 2023 11:53 #80854

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This PDF file from the 2019 animal section may help. You could print it and make notes on the printed pages. 

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