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Re: Can MMS cure Tinnitus? What is the best protocol for it? 19 May 2012 19:54 #17418

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Hi Penny. It's quite likely that MMS will benefit the tinnitus + many other things that he wasn't aware of. It may not help with deafness which could quite likely be damage to the inner ear. ( a problem that I have).

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Re: Can MMS cure Tinnitus? What is the best protocol for it? 20 May 2012 12:03 #17443

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I find that having done CDS since the new year - 2012 - my tinnitus as disappeared.


Hi.

Did you take the CDS orally only? Or did you drop some in the ear(s) as well?
If so, what ppm strength did you use? And what method did you use to get it into the inner ear?

Thanks.

(I have Mister T as well)

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Re: Can MMS cure Tinnitus? What is the best protocol for it? 20 May 2012 12:27 #17450

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Rumour has it that fasting on nothing but water fixes this and restores hearing. It takes about 10 days, then a pop is heard and hearing is restored. Sounds bizarre I know but it comes from a very reliable source.

I think Paul's suggestions are also right on the money. I'd try ear candling as well to help clear out debris such as dust, dead skin cells & microbes etc, and MMS drops (4 drops activated in 4oz of water - use an eye dropper to insert the drops into one ear and massage the soft spot behind the ear lobe at the top of the jaw bone to get the MMS in deeper).
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Re: Can MMS cure Tinnitus? What is the best protocol for it? 20 May 2012 13:55 #17455

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In the spring I get seasonal allergies (actually, my seasonal allergies seem to last a 12 month season :P ) - I did try candling once, and it blocked my ear - eventually, it did resolve, but it was quite some time before that ear was "normal" - Just to add my personal experience to it. So, if, (because of the change in air pressure, I think is what happened) you find your ear blocked after being candled, don't panic - it does pop back.
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Re: Can MMS cure Tinnitus? What is the best protocol for it? 20 May 2012 22:57 #17483

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Hi Kev,

You make me curious... as you mention "it comes from a very reliable source". From witch source does your information comes?

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Re: Can MMS cure Tinnitus? What is the best protocol for it? 21 May 2012 00:55 #17492

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Lightbearer - I'm putting together a website which is not ready yet but I've started uploading a few things - details of my other main guru (besides JH) are there at www.g2sa.org .

If you know any website/marketing gurus that want to help professionalise my website let me know.

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Re: Can MMS cure Tinnitus? What is the best protocol for it? 22 Oct 2021 10:56 #71894

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What protocol did you use for your tinnitus using CDS? I have tinnitus from prescribed drugs from a doc. I am not sure if this can be fixed. Maybe you know? Thanks 
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Re: Can MMS cure Tinnitus? What is the best protocol for it? 20 Dec 2021 23:10 #73088

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Hulda Clark reports that tinnitus is caused by three things in partnership; toxic elements, allergy to salicylates (aspirin) and streptococcus pneumoniae.

I find that having done CDS since the new year - 2012 - my tinnitus as disappeared.

 

Hi Paul,
I came across your post as I sit here with the awful sound from tinnitus. It seems mine has become so much worse these past few months. I went to an ENT and had a hearing check, checked the biology of the ear including wax buildup, any visual abnormalities. The hearing test said I have some hearing loss, but nothing too significant. One phenomenon is that my left ear has more loss than the ear I hear the noise in. I was told it looks like it's "neurological" meaning there's nothing visually wrong with my ear. The NP suggested I try a supplement called Lipoflavanoid, which supposedly clears up tinnitus in about 30% of the people that take it 3x day for 90 days, so I'm trying it, but so far, nothing. I'm not optimistic. Yesterday I had vertigo and the tinnitus was worse. It's somewhat less noisy today.
I have a few questions...
Is your tinnitus still clear? Are you still taking MMS and if so, what dosing? Do you add DMSO? Do you put in your ear or take orally only?
I'm trying to figure out how to take these supplements 3x day and start up on MMS again but I'm afraid the supplements will neutralize the MMS. Any suggestions?
Thank you ;)

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