"I have a zapper, but seldom use it. Mms is way faster than the zapper. Plus much more effective. And you save time. A zapper round is 20 minutes,"
I believe this is the correct attitude. MMS can do "almost" anything a Zapper can do, but do it faster. The exception is cases where an area of the body is infected by microbes but is inaccessible to the blood supply. A good example is a root canal dental procedure in the mouth. This is a dead tooth which is cut off from the blood supply, but almost always has amazingly toxic microbes under the tooth which can and do cause cancer, heart disease, and numerous other ailments. The immune system can usually keep these microbes in check - until something happens which weakens the immune system. Then, something like cancer or some other serious ailment occurs. MMS can destroy these microbes in the blood, but may not be able to get to them underneath the root canal tooth. In this case, an electronic Zapper may help. Ultimately, the solution is to have the root canal tooth removed by a specially qualified dentist. Use of DMSO may enable the MMS to penetrate through the gum or under the tooth to get at the microbes growing under a root canal tooth.
The message here is don't ever, ever let a dentist talk you into getting a root canal (which is their most profitable procedure). Even if it doesn't kill you right away, you will regret it for the rest of your life because of all the sickness and disease it causes. Virtually all cases of breast cancer have their origins with an infected root canal tooth, and usually this cancer can't be permanently cured until the root canal tooth has been pulled. By the way, the main cause of tooth decay and gum disease is a nutritional deficiency of Vitamin C. Use Google to look it up.
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Has anyone had experience using a (Beck style) magnetic pulser in conjunction with MMS? My theory is that the pulser when targeting lymphatic system will "dump" microbes back into the blood where the MMS can dispatch them.
Any feedback would be helpful.
I don't think the Sota Magnetic Pulser works that way. I believe it kills the microbes outright, or disables their reproductive ability. I see no reason why this device could not be used as a complimentary treatment along with MMS, though you face the risk of doubling the Herxheimer reaction. Unlike Vitamin C and other antioxidants, the Magnetic Pulser can not neutralize MMS. I own one, but I'm not encouraging anybody to go out and buy one since MMS is less expensive, gets results faster, and is easier to administer. There is a web site that provides comprehensive information on all the conditions the Sota Magnetic Pulser can treat, and detailed instructions on how to use it. Please send me a message if you need the URL for this web site.
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Thanks for your insight on this subject.
I'm currently using MMS (CDS) along with the magnetic pulser (my homemade one per Beck protocol) and seem to be getting good results for arthritic joints and gout.
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Mms can Not do better than a strong zapper like thundervolt or ultimate.is electrical poten th ial only kills small parasites and protozoa,WITH time and extensive use.in fact it creates p.o.w.s.in the larger worms.reference andreas kalcker extreme health radio
One radio network
Arthritic joints may be
Bartonella. Peoples pharmacy,galaxy labs
Mycoplasma fermantens,dr garth nicholson,one radio network
. look at the symptom list myco kills
Candida,look at all intervvews on candida on one radio network,extreme health radio
Candida kills and is considered to be very bad by some top parasite scientists.
Listen to cancer is a fungus doc dr simicini,I agree w his opinion of candida.
Listen to the pophria interview on one radio network
Look at dr klinghardts parasite,lyme etc protocol
Arthritus is an infection
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