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Bought 2 bottle pre mix kit and DMSO, searching for topical to spray onto eczema 15 May 2023 21:21 #78718

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Hi everyone, I've watched all the videos on Rumble about Chlorine Dioxide, MMS1 & CDS, I bought a 2 bottle premix kit from Crystal Clear Lab and DMSO, searching for how to make topical solution to spray on eczema. I found testimonials about it working for eczema but haven't yet tracked down how to make topical MMS1 to put in a spray bottle. If it works on my skin I will proceed to ptotocol 1 and begin internal use. Thanks for any help. I am a clinical death survivor hoping MMS1 can eventually work on central nerve pain.

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Bought 2 bottle pre mix kit and DMSO, searching for topical to spray onto eczema 16 May 2023 12:08 #78724

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I make a weekly spray of 7 drops, not for eczema. My process: Add 7 drops sodium chlorite to a clean jar (1 prefer a 1 cup or smaller size), add 7 drops hydrochloric acid, let react for 30 seconds (mildly shake/swirl to aid in reaction), add 1 ounce of distilled water, transfer into an amber colored glass spray bottle (bought at my local health food store). I started with 5 drops then moved up to 7 which works as a pretty decent deodorant and a face spray. In Jim Humble's book the standard formula for a skin spray is:
"10 to 1. That is, 10 activated drops of MMS to 1 ounce/30 ml of water. Never use tap water for any MMS mixture as it is not safe to risk getting chlorine, fluoride, or other impurities in the solution. Use only bottled drinking water, reverse osmosis, or distilled water."

His book further states:
"Variation: If you do not see results with the 10-to-1 MMS1 spray bottle, you can increase the strength of your spray solution up to as many as 50 activated drops of MMS per 1 ounce/30 ml of water. Always begin with 10 activated drops (MMS1) per 1 ounce/30 ml, and increase the drops in increments to see what works best for you. Anytime the MMS1 spray solution stings and/or burns, regardless of how weak or strong it is, it most likely is an indication that some type of fungus is present. In this case, rinse it off with purified water and apply the clay and Vaseline salve described in the Mold/Fungus Protocol (pages 106-107)."
 

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Bought 2 bottle pre mix kit and DMSO, searching for topical to spray onto eczema 16 May 2023 18:53 #78728

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Thank you! I have a countertop water distiller, will use distilled water & find glass amber spray bottle.Thanks for the speedy reply & quotes from Humble's book; Very glad to be on such an active forum & promise to post my results as I begin my external use of MMS1 & move on to producing MMS1 & CDS for internal use to try to heal chronic health issues I've had since recovering from a burst brain aneurysm; MDs have no answers other than drugging me into unconsciousness & or stupor which is not acceptable to me. I purchased ingredients & equipment to make my own MMS1 & CDS from sodium chlorite flakes & Citric Acid powder. Thanks again!

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Bought 2 bottle pre mix kit and DMSO, searching for topical to spray onto eczema 19 May 2023 06:40 #78746

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Although topical does seem to help with some skin issues,
inevitably it is internal that does the actual detoxing needed.
Remember that, for the most part, ClO2 is a detox, and the
reason why you have eczema, more likely than not, is that
you are toxic and it is your body talking to you because one
way your body detoxes is through your skin.
So clean the toxicity out and the eczema should just
naturally go away without topical use.
However, it does depend on the source of and reason for
the eczema "infection".

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

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