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Old 01-11-2011, 02:49 AM
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Hey everybody,

at first my English writing is not very good, but for the ones how want to understand sure understandable.

I am a 43 year Dutch guy how have
HIV for 2 years now and sands one year on medication (3 tablet a day)
my Viral Load (the amount of virus in our blood ore sperm) is undectebel and the cd4 cells around 400

I could not find a story of someone how is healed from HIV so far with MMS, because there is no HIV negative test.

What I planning to do (and I open for idea), help and suggestion swell as advice.

1. I want to start mms1 protocol 1000 for 3 weeks to clear al toxic from my body and still using my medication;

2. When I detoxed I want to stop mms and my medication for some week and wait till my viral load become visible

3. As soon my viral load become visible I wane start mms 1 and mms 2 (protocol 2000)until the viral load is not detectable anymore

4. This should prove that mms is working and that the HIV virus is killed.



5. During this process I will not take alcohol, drugs, smoke, drink coffee ore milk.

6. I will tell my internist only that I go on medication pause because in Holland the are negative about mms and my internist love to give me medication.

I wane monitor my situation on a bloc ore forum and properly this one.

I looking for people with experience with this and I still study mms and get more news from this.

If it trues me doesnít mind go public with this..

For now thatís it

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I have not heard many reports on mms and HIV... but I do know people are doing.
I am sure you will find your viral load go down with mms.

To keep it down and to fully get rid of it I would suggest that frequent dosages are required... we know not the life cycle of this virus,,, does it replicate in minutes, hours, days? You must not let it replicate.

I have seen that T cell count will go down with mms. But this is a temporary event. It will go back up. Some say the virus attacks T cells there for the mms will kill those T cells that are infected. As viral load goes down the body will create new T cells that are not infected and will stay strong in the presence of mms. This process seems to take one to two weeks.

Make sure your diet is healthy. You will be doing lots of repair work. Good luck and keep us informed.
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That is great information what make sens, thanks a lot..
Yes, as soon I stop my chemical medication I can not stop with mms until the HIV virus is gone.
My internist explained that the current medication capture the virus so it can not duplicated, the mms kills it according from what I read.
Also the virus is so smart that the same medication will not work anymore. This is a tricky part!!
If it’s hiding somewhere where the mms not comes I will have to stay on mms for the rest of my live. But perhaps two times a day would then be enough as the protocol 2000 is hard to do in my work and ask high discipline, I can hold it for some months.

What I understand is that I not have to wait to relieve the virus in my body first; it will start to kill the virus with the medication strait away!!?????

More of this information wanted!

I will start mms around 20 January and the next blood test will be around 8 february.
I have medication until about end February..Wow, are I am goint to leave my medication!? I think I am ready.

How could i get in contact with Jim Humble?
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It is very difficult to contact Jim Humble. I use to be able to do it easily once upon a time but these days its hard.

I would try at his website www.jimhumble.biz and be prepared to wail quite a while for an answer.

He talks about mms curing HIV in Africa but I have seen no evidence that what they call HIV there commonly is the same virus as what Europe and USA have. They claim cures but no testing is done to verify it.

If you plan on doing mms for a very long time I strongly strongly suggest that you advance your dosage very slowly.. Remember it is only active in the body for about 2 hours. Smaller doses more frequently are better. Do not take so much that it makes you feel sick.

I will tell you I can hardly stand to take it anymore... and perhaps i would rather die than consider taking it for the rest of my life... this is how some people get with it anyway, and you do not yet know how it will go for you.
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It is very difficult to contact Jim Humble. I use to be able to do it easily once upon a time but these days its hard.

I would try at his website www.jimhumble.biz and be prepared to wail quite a while for an answer.

He talks about mms curing HIV in Africa but I have seen no evidence that what they call HIV there commonly is the same virus as what Europe and USA have. They claim cures but no testing is done to verify it.

If you plan on doing mms for a very long time I strongly strongly suggest that you advance your dosage very slowly.. Remember it is only active in the body for about 2 hours. Smaller doses more frequently are better. Do not take so much that it makes you feel sick.

I will tell you I can hardly stand to take it anymore... and perhaps i would rather die than consider taking it for the rest of my life... this is how some people get with it anyway, and you do not yet know how it will go for you.
By far the easiest way is to pinch your nose with two fingers and drink the solution. Keep nose plugged for a good 15 sec after ingestion. It really makes it more palatable this way. Most of the ugly taste is from the smell alone, not the taste.
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Default There is information about the time span from the hiv virus

Thanks for your inspiration Arrowwind09..

this is what i find out about the timespan from the HIV virus.. a couple of months..


AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or acquired immune dysfunction syndrome) is a state of impaired immunity (immunity) caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). In the United States is believed that this virus is there at the end of the seventies is received, although not sure how the virus first infected humans have. In humans the infection is in a progressive weakening of the immune system.

If your immune system healthy white blood cells and antibodies can compete with microscopic germs to prevent you ill. When a foreign organism enters the body it is attacked and destroyed. This response is coordinated by T-lymphocytes.

When HIV enters the body can not live independently. It must penetrate a living cell to survive.

The HIV attaches itself to the T-helper cells (a certain type of lymphocyte) and calls them in drawing up its genetic information that builds in the host cell. Then multiply the HIV in T-helper.
HIV can also enter macrophages, which are a major repository for virus shapes.

What is a Macrophage?

Macrophages are white blood cells within tissues, produced by the division of monocytes. Human macrophages are about in diameter. Monocytes and macrophages are phagocytes, acting in both non-specific defense (innate immunity) as well as to help initiate specific defense mechanisms (adaptive immunity) of vertebrate animals.

Their role is to phagocytose (engulf and then digest) cellular debris and pathogens either as stationary or as mobile cells, and to stimulate lymphocytes and other immune cells to respond to the pathogen.

They can be identified by specific expression of a number of proteins including CD14, CD11b, F4/80 (mice)/EMR1 (human), Lysozyme M, MAC-1/MAC-3 and CD68 by flow cytometry or immunohistochemical staining. They move by action of Amoeboid movement.

When a leukocyte enters damaged tissue through the endothelium of a blood vessel (a process known as the leukocyte extravasation), it undergoes a series of changes to become a macrophage. Monocytes are attracted to a damaged site by chemical substances through chemotaxis, triggered by a range of stimuli including damaged cells, pathogens and cytokines released by macrophages already at the site. At some sites such as the testis, macrophages have been shown to populate the organ through proliferation.

Unlike short-lived neutrophils, macrophages survive longer in the body up to a maximum of several months.
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