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New Member - Sheltie Canine with Lymphoma 12 Aug 2019 17:11 #61090

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Hello, and thank you for this Forum! I am here primarily for my sheltie who was diagnosed with Lymphoma in March, but also for my husband and I who have all the assortment of aches and pains associated with our 60+ years, mostly arthritis and other joint pain, and a friend whose elderly mother is suffering from knee contraction, supposedly brought on by an antibiotic she was prescribed, to the point that she is no longer able to walk. Hopefully, I’m in the right place.

I was introduced to DMSO by my orthopedic doctor who suggested I get it at the local feed store – horse liniment – with the caveat that some people believed it to be “dangerous” for humans, and re-introduced to it by a posting on the Facebook Group for Joe Tippens who cured his own cancer with a dog dewormer (Fenbendazole). It was at the suggestion of that poster that I purchased The DMSO Handbook by Hartmut P.A. Fischer who references MMS throughout. I am slowly working my way through that book and hoping to incorporate the DMSO and MMS into my healing routine.

On my sheltie, I am currently using Frankincense with a carrier oil topically to (hopefully) reduce the lipomas and enlarged internal lymph nodes, but she is also undergoing chemo. I want to get her off chemo as soon as possible, and I honestly believe that MMS and DMSO can help to do that, but this is all very new to me and I don’t know quite where to start.

I have purchased 99.9% DMSO which is waiting to be diluted, and I can make MMS in whatever form I need. I understand that DMSO requires special bottles (not plastic) and would greatly appreciate sourcing suggestions for the proper utensils to use for it and MMS.

First and foremost, I need to learn how to use both DMSO and MMS to give my girl the best quality and longest life possible. I would appreciate all advice and specific instruction.

Thank you very much!

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New Member - Sheltie Canine with Lymphoma 13 Aug 2019 07:15 #61095

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Hello gfcollins and welcome to the MMS Forum.

I highly suggest that you get Jim Humble's latest book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook, which will show you how to use MMS, DMSO, etc. There is also a 16 page section on animals that will be helpful for you.

When using DMSO with any of the three Sodium Chlorite Solutions (SCS), MMS1, CDS and CDH, you must add DMSO just before administering the dose, otherwise DMSO will reduce CLO2 in those SCS. DMSO is often sold in plastic bottles, therefore some plastic must be okay for DMSO. I have been purchasing DMSO in small glass bottle from dmsostore.com and they are also on Amazon. Their DMSO is 99.995% pure pharma grade and 100% non-diluted.

Topically I would use CDS followed by DMSO. Usually CDS can be applied full strength; no dilution needed. Internally MMS1 or CDH can be used.
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New Member - Sheltie Canine with Lymphoma 09 Sep 2019 19:02 #61305

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I agree with CL02 that the best place to learn how to administer MMS and DMSO is in the MMS Health Recovery Guidebook by Jim Humble.
Chapter 15 is entitled "Animals" and has all the protocols for animals by weight. Currently treating my beagle with MMS and DMSO, he takes it in bone
broth and I spray on area affected by tumor/mass. He is doing well. Been treating him since June 15 this year, 3 months now. Doing hourly doses for 8 hours daily protocol.

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