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Question 3 3 YEAR OLD WITH MALARIA

31 Mar 2015 21:14 #49463 by LUCIA
3 3 YEAR OLD WITH MALARIA was created by LUCIA
I HAVE WRITTEN THE FOLLOWING TO JIM AND OBTAINED A REPLY BUT ITS NOT CLEAR.

What doses of MMS do I give a 3 year old child (13kgs) who has Malaria, is presently in Cape Town from Angola and the mother is panicking as she has forgotten the child's malaria medication in Angola.
I told his uncle that I will heal him with 2 doses of MMS and they are prepared to come and take it...but....how much is right to give him and do I wait the same two hours between doses as with an adult?

I think if this lady returs with a healed child she would be very prepared to get things going there and I would stand behind her to see the clinic gets going on the right manner.

Thanking you so much and sorry to bother you on this one but am a little scared to make the decision myself.

Jim replied that I can give 6 drops of activated MMS.....does that mean 6 MMS + 6 Citric Acid? 2 doses or maybe three if necessary.
Please let me have clarity on this one as I need guidance on it. Are there any alarming symptoms that can be expected?
Thanks again Lucia

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31 Mar 2015 23:21 - 31 Mar 2015 23:23 #49466 by CLO2
Replied by CLO2 on topic 3 3 YEAR OLD WITH MALARIA
Malaria link at the bottom of this page will tell you how to administer MMS to a child with malaria. (Edited, as the page is outdated.)

General Strategies for Assisting Malaria Patients:

Malaria victims are divided into two groups - adults and children.

Many hundreds of children have been given MMS doses according to 3 drops for each 25 pounds (11.4 kg) of body weight.

Adults are first given 15 drops. Each drop of MMS is always activated with 1 drop of 4% HCL or 1 drop of 50% citric acid activator. Once the acid activator is added, wait 20 to 30 seconds before adding 1/2 glass of water....

One must wait only one hour and then the malaria victim is given a second dose of the same size. All symptoms of malaria should be gone after 4 hours beyond the second dose.


2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/mms1_equates_to_cdh_and_cds.pdf
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