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Introducing myself (29-year-old Caucasian from Canada) and questions on ASD and Eye Inflammation 21 Sep 2022 21:08 #76848

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I found out about MMS from Bitchute.com, having watched the documentary "Quantum Leap Documentary - The Universal Antidote."
It seems I'm one of the younger people on this forum, at 29 and in relatively good health in actuality. But the reason I was drawn to this documentary is because I am often researching medical stuff so that I have some knowledge in advance of an issues that may occur. It helps to reduce anxiety about, say, the possibility of cancer, or of heart disease (which runs in my family, though I am still fine in this department) when you are proactive about how to deal with them without being 100% dependent on big pharma and its expensive as well as questionable "solutions."

I found it really interesting that, in the documentary, they included cases of (presumably severe) autistic children being healed or having a reduction in the negative autistic traits after taking MMS. As for myself, I have Autism Spectrum Disorder (also runs in the family.. or rather, the genetic predisposition of being sensitive to toxins that likely cause the autism from vaccines, etc.), but I am on the high-functioning end. I am wondering if anybody has had experience or knows someone with experience where taking MMS internally has helped in some way with mitigating the deficits commonly observed in those on the Autism Spectrum.

Another question I have (and this is the most pressing) is that for nearly a decade or so I have some pretty irritating eye inflammation and redness that seems to have developed from prolonged computer use. I have light (blue) eyes, so they are probably more sensitive as well. I saw a doctor for it awhile ago and he said it looked like "very mild conjunctivitis", however it is not bacterial or viral but "idiopathic", meaning the cause is unknown. A long time ago I did buy gaming/computer glasses, and these have at least helped me continue looking at screens without it being too hard on my irritated eyes. But still, I get the feeling that my eyes haven't felt the same in a very long time. It's not that I have vision problems either; it seems to be entirely irritation/soreness that gets worse if looking at a screen without protection. My symptoms are not severe or particularly life-debilitating, but rather better described as just "persistent and annoying."

I know that the big thing about MMS is that it fights inflammation, through oxidation. So I am thinking this just might be the thing I need to help my eyes. I have heard of people creating eye drops with MMS, but I have never used MMS for anything before. I have been hesitant about using it, and have been reading/listening to various stories to build confidence that it is (no pun intended) safe and effective. Has anyone here made eye drops with MMS? What container did you use, and what kind of water (presumably distilled needs to be used)?

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Introducing myself (29-year-old Caucasian from Canada) and questions on ASD and Eye Inflammation 23 Sep 2022 15:40 #76857

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Kerri Rivera wrote a book, "Healing the Symptoms Known as Autism", in which she tells her own story of searching for a solution to her son's autism. I think you will find it helpful.

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Introducing myself (29-year-old Caucasian from Canada) and questions on ASD and Eye Inflammation 23 Sep 2022 20:35 #76866

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I always tell people that if I had known about "MMS" decades ago, when I was young and "healthy",
I would have done a complete DETOX with it and then maintenance througout. I assume, and
probably rightly so, that my health would have been extraordinary all this time.

Remember that it takes 10 to 15 years or so for "cancer proper" to grow to a size large enough to
show up on VERY EARLY scans. So, the question arises, and based on prevalency of "cancer"
in people, what year of your cancer are you on?

There is a reason why we have sayings like, "An ounce of Prevention is worth a Pound of cure."

I suggest you purchase Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" and read it and study it.

"They" severely and egregiously attacked Kerry Rivera, but I think her book might still be available
for free as a PDF download on her site. The last I remember you have to search for it. I suggested
she make it easier to find, but I don't think she did.

Check out the info and links on my website, link below.
NOTE: Any and all information supplied in online or offline communications that pertains to,
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CHP – The Clean Health Protocol

You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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