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MMS and food poisoning 03 Mar 2012 02:31 #13527

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Hello everyone,
My friend's mom has a severe food poisoning, where she has been vomitting for two days and feels EXTREMLY weak and dizzy.
I am not sure whether MMS 1 or MMS 2 would be ok for her right now. I understand that they would target whatever caused it but concerned about making her feel even worse. Should we start now despite her weakness or wait a bit? She has also been fighting cancer.
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Re: MMS and food poisoning 03 Mar 2012 02:39 #13529

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Hi Veronica. Yess , start right away with small doses and build up to 2000 + for cancer.
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Re: MMS and food poisoning 03 Mar 2012 02:52 #13533

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I had one guy tell me how CDS really helped with a food poisoning episode, see genesis2forum.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=51&id=13282&Itemid=66 .

Here is what Jim said in his book about food poisoning:
Poisons Neutralized
Most forms of poisons from snakes and other venomous animals are oxidized when adequate amounts of MMS are taken. Most food poisons found in restaurants or in your refrigerator are oxidized, which is why one should take a dose every 15 minutes when snake poisons or food poisoning is involved.

Veronika, it looks like it will help her to get on CDS or MMS right away. I do think the MMS baking soda protocol is easier on the system www.genesis2forum.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=28&id=11708&Itemid=66 .

Michael
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Re: MMS and food poisoning 03 Mar 2012 03:15 #13537

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I had one guy tell me how CDS really helped with a food poisoning episode, see genesis2forum.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=51&id=13282&Itemid=66 .

Here is what Jim said in his book about food poisoning:
Poisons Neutralized
Most forms of poisons from snakes and other venomous animals are oxidized when adequate amounts of MMS are taken. Most food poisons found in restaurants or in your refrigerator are oxidized, which is why one should take a dose every 15 minutes when snake poisons or food poisoning is involved.

Veronika, it looks like it will help her to get on CDS or MMS right away. I do think the MMS baking soda protocol is easier on the system www.genesis2forum.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=28&id=11708&Itemid=66 .

Michael


Micheal,

Why do you consider MMS baking soda protocol easier on the system?
Martin

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Re: MMS and food poisoning 03 Mar 2012 08:42 #13562

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Hi fourfingerz,

I have been promoting the baking soda added protocol based mostly on reports from Dr. Ron that it is helping to reduce nausea, diarrhea, and taste problems for people. It does make the doses taste better in my experience. I still get diarrhea if I take a certain amount of MMS, but I do think this reduces or eliminates the nausea problem I usually have.

It also makes sense to me in theory that reducing the excess acidity and bringing the dose to a pH that is aligned with the digestive system will be good. I have been telling people about it but do not have much feedback myself on it yet.

Michael
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Re: MMS and food poisoning 08 Apr 2021 07:30 #68585

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What is the actual amount of baking soda you add to 1/2 cup of distilled water?

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Re: MMS and food poisoning 08 Apr 2021 21:21 #68595

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Don't use baking soda with MMS because CLO2 in MMS1, CDS and CDH will be reduced making doses ineffective. The info you are reading is old and is no longer used. 

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