To quote a sentence from Jim's latest ebook on page 51:
This means that before 1:00 pm they can have their coffee, tea or orange juice—things which are not compatible with MMS1 and MMS2—at least two hours before starting the protocol.
On page 56:
When taking MMS1 or MMS2 avoid alcohol, chocolate, coffee, decaffeinated coffee, caffeinated drinks, tea (black, green and many herbal teas) milk, coconut water, orange juice, tangerine juice or any drinks with added Vitamin C (ascorbic acid).
The following user(s) said Thank You: Edwin3110, Jackie B, userfc8988f55
The open wound that I have started treated with CDS about a month ago is the skin around my eye, which started out as a small raised area on my lower lid about 20 years ago.
I presume you were using CDS topically and probably full strength. And, if ingesting it what was/is the dosage you used? Is your CDS 3000 ppm strength? Do you keep it in the fridge when not being used and do you leave the cap off just long enough to pour out some CDS? Lastly, you know to not let sunlight shine on the bottle of CDS.
Thank you, Edwin3110; I will try to do any eating about an hour after taking a dose then, but will probably not be eating anything at all between most of the doses on most days.
Thank you, CLO2, for the food chart; but, since I will just be using the MMS2, my eating schedule will be less complicated. It is helpful to see the chart again, though, to see that a regular meal is best eaten an hour and a half after the last dose. Also, thank you for the reminder about the list of things to be avoided. Yes, I was using the CDS spray at full strength, but I was not ingesting the CDS full strength, was increasing it very slowly because I have fear of nausea (have had migraines occasionally with nausea to the point of being incapacitated).
To clarify when I wrote full strength I did not mean without diluting in water. What I meant was the 40 drops of MMS (I used 120 drops of CDS) diluted in distilled water in a 4 oz spray bottle which Jim Humble recommends. And also ingested the CDS with distilled water. Yes, I did understand your guidance to just use the MMS2 orally. Thank you very much for your guidance, and I apologize that I did not use the correct terminally.
Thank you very much for the guidance about hunger and taking MMS1, CDS, CDH, and MMS2. This is very helpful information for me because I was under the impression it was good to have an empty stomach so the MMS's strength is not diluted, though I can see that it is important to keep the body fueled.
Now I will try to eat snacks in between doses to curb hunger. Being too full will probably not be a problem for me while taking the MMS2 doses. Thank for taking the time to guide me.
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