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As a start, just go lowest possible dose in your capsule and slowly increase it, this is our common practice.
Protocol 2000 on the MMS wiki mentions adding MMS2 to our regime.
Can someone help me with info on:
Why is this suggested?
Is there a way to get the correct dosage without fiddling around opening capsules and measuring 7/8's and 1/4's of the substance?
That MMSwiki page says: "PROTOCOL 2000 (Last update: 25th of August 2012)" and at the bottom of the page it says: "This page was last modified on 17 November 2014"
The latest update for all protocols including Protocol 2000 are in Jim's latest book .
The idea suggested is to slowly increase MMS2 dosing and assumes you have purchased MMS2 in capsules. That would require removing some MMS2 powder from capsules to take less than full doses.
If you have purchased MMS2 powder in bulk, then you can fill capsules however full you want them.
I believe the MMSwiki pages will someday be updated to agree with the latest book.
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
Websites: MMSinfo.org * www.facebook.com/groups/ebolacures/
Instructional Videos: www.youtube.com/channel/UCXv6hCnvjMmGg4_AYq4wlNw
Instructional Videos: www.real.video/channel/clo2works
Answers to many questions are in Jim Humble's books: jhbooks.org/
How to use CDS, CDH in Protocols: www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/CDS_CDH_and_Protocols-2.pdf
At the same time, you can help Genesis II good cause to continue by buying the e-book.
Good Luck Always.
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LaKidd wrote: Solomon thanks for all your posts. I am following your story with interest. Regarding the MMS2 my understanding of why all the partial doses is for caution, to make sure your body does not have an adverse reaction. I bought my MMS2 from an approved supplier and started right off taking a full pill. I did not want to fiddle about with caps and powder. However, one can easily pull the caps apart and pour a little out if they want to be safe. The only reactions I had to a full pill is what others have also described as "belching pool water".
As mention, we dont encourage anyone to start taking full pill right off. Especially the beginner.
Last week, (Wednesday/Thursday) were two big days for me for I went and got myself all uppity and announced to my personal doctor and my oncologist that the course of therapies they had mapped out for me were none too attractive & I did not feel ready to put myself through it. Damn talk about a one-person game of Russian Roulette ... but hey I was just being truthful with them.
Fact is that my medical team has been great! Things have progressed quickly and I have been in and out of hospital waiting rooms and machines every week almost since December 2016. I can not nor will I fault them and I do make sure that they know how pleased I am with the service I have received. When I met my oncologist to outline some of the stuff that contributed to my unreadiness, she sort of put me more in the picture regarding exactly how ill I am.
ooooopppppssss I kid you not, there goes my alarm for my next serving of MMS
Well by the end of my conversation with my oncologist I learnt a few new things about my state of health. For example I learnt that the medical team felt that they had a very small window in which 'curing' my disease was a viable prospect.
I also learnt that further delay would put me at rusk of the disease popping up elsewhere in my body e.g my lungs at which point I would be classified as incurable. I was told that I was otherwise fit, healthy, articulate and with their support should come through the treatment just fine.
And then we started to talk about compromises ...sort of like, "well the blah blah therapy adds about a blah blah percent factor to the 'cure' possibility so as it is so small we might consider taking it off the agenda." (.... of course doctors don't speak like that so you can take it that I am paraphrasing)