I got on MMS protocol 1000 about a month ago, long story, but I basically did at one point have a urinary tract infection which I did cure with antibiotics (Cipro) but I continued to have symptoms (urgency, burning ect.) because I was having a reaction to an over the counter drug called pyridium (azo urinary pain releif, uristat,ect) DONT EVER take this shit, it stays in your system way longer than it should and makes your problems worse. Anyway, I didn't get any relief taking the mms because I didn't have a UTI and I was still taking the devil drugs (pyridium). I was on MMS for about a week and was taking 3 drops every hour. Besides some mild D and a little fatigue I had no side effects. While on the MMS I thought I would try to cure a toenail fungus I have been covering up with nail polish and ignoring for about a year. I most likely got it from going to sketchy nail salons for pedicures.
I prepared the mms mixture just like the bath protocol but with less water. So I did 30 drops of MMS with 2.5 teaspoons of lemon juice. I let it activate for 3 minutes and then poured it into a big mixing bowl full of water. I let my feet soak for about 30 minutes. I really started to see result when I started to file away the top layer of my toenail. While my foot was still in the water I buffed the entire top of my nail vigorously with the file, within 30 minutes the fungus my completely gone!! I have attached before and after pictures and I swear the after picture was taken 30 minutes after the before picture.
I'm excited to do the whole 3 weeks protocol and see what other ailments are cured...
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