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I've been experimenting with MMS to help me deal with some chronic issues. My first week of doing the 1000 protocol consisted of 24 drops of activated MMS in 32 oz of water along with 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda. I didn't notice anything the first few days until the 4 and 5th days. I presume I was experiencing a "healing crisis" as a result of the herxheimer effect. I felt a lot better once the chemical reactions were over with but it took about 36 hours or so to fee normal again.



So, I took 5 days off to feel normal again and today I'm restarting the protocol but using the lowest dose of 8 drops instead of 24. It equates to one drop of MMS per 4 oz of water drinking every hour. Within a few moments of my taking it, I get light headed and a slight strange feeling in my stomach. It doesn't last long and I understand that the Cholrine Dioxide only lasts for about an hour.

I can't be feeling the effects of pathogenic die off that quickly and that soon with such a low dose, can I? My plan was to stick with the 8 drop dose for 7 days, then increase to 16 for the second week then 24 for the third week.

Knowing that MMS is a potent oxidizer that dechains molecules, I'm wondering if it is having a mild toxic effect on my particular bio-chemistry. I understand the concept, but geeez, I'm just concerned that I'm doing more harm than good. Too much oxidation in the body can be harmful and I'm taking this stuff every hour.

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I would advise that you take your question to this forum as there are many more MMS experts there.
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MMS is a toxic poison, however, can be beneficial if taken in small amounts. Thus, the dose becomes the poison.

Protocols must be followed exactly, that is why they are called protocols. I don't know what kind of water you are using, nor the activator, and I also don't believe anything else should be added to the solution.

To put this another way, I would suggest 1 drop of MMS to every 5 drops of 10% citric acid, and only a small amount of reverse osmosis or distilled water should be added to the solution. I would not use any kind of juice.

This will not taste very good, however, its medicine, and shouldn't taste good.

As long as you take antioxidants 4 or 5 hours away from taking the MMS solution, there shouldn't be any worries, however, I would not exceed a 30 drop dose unless you are trying to fight something serious such as cancer.

MMS is acidic, and it should be, therefore don't mix it with baking soda. If you use it the way it was origionally intended, the solution will mix with the acid in the stomach and the rest will take care of itself.

There are people using chlorinated tap water, antioxidants in juice, adding the solution straight into their morning coffee, you name it and some are doing it.

Just follow the protocol, don't overdo it, and take probiotics just in case.
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Hello Bewell, You are misunderstanding how to make the MMS, what you've been doing is simply raising the pH level of the quart of water you've been mixing it with, and even 1 drop in 4 oz. of water, if not taken immediately, will loose it's chemistry and result in nothing more than raising the pH value of the 4 oz. of water...
The Baking Soda also raises the pH level of the mixture.. Personally, I'd stick with the original formula which is proven to work..
Now if you're making your CDS using the distilling method, then yes, 1 cc or ml. of the 1500 ppm = 3 drops of MMS doses.. or if you're making the 3,000 ppm. then 1 cc = 6 drops of MMS.. Not sure what you're doing.. as you mention MMS and then the Chlorine Dioxide, which is the gas reactions from MMS being mixed with citric acid...
MMS is nothing more than a common mineral. So is Selenium, Magnesium and a few others... And Citric Acid.. ~ heck...go into any supermarket and look at the ingredient in powdered Lemon Ade mixes..and you'll laugh at the primary ingredient of Citric acid..
There's natural citric acid found within Vinegar, but for mixing purposes, it easier to use the pure powdered citric acid to cause the reactions of mixing these two together, it smells bad because of the small amount of gas that it creates, and this being diluted with a glass of water is far from harmful to the body, in truth, it is a miracle from what it does...The importance is upon proper mixing... this is why Jim Humble suggests letting it mix for 1 and 1/2 min. to not more than 3 min. ~ before dumping these drops into a glass of pure water [or juice with out any Vitamin C added], and quickly drinking it down..before the mixed MMS looses it's potency.
The CDS is still new, and it doesn't work for Malaria, but the MMS does...
Hope this helps..
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MMS is a toxic poison, however, can be beneficial if taken in small amounts. Thus, the dose becomes the poison.
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MMS is acidic, ...
As usual, you are quite correct pinball. I hope I did not take anything out of context, but did not want to quote the whole thing as most do.

Toxic is correct. Neither chlorine dioxide nor sodium chlorite should be handled without proper care. Sodium chlorite is not a common mineral as is selenium. It is a man made chemical compound.

However pinball, I know that sodium chlorite, when mixed with a weak acid, creates chlorine dioxide. Sodium chlorite is highly alkaline. About pH 18. I do not believe that adding the weak acid will lower it very much. I suspect it will be near neutral pH 7, unless a lot of acid is used. Chlorine dioxide cannot be stored for very long, because it disassociates into oxygen and chlorine. Some may say (I do) that it breaks down into sodium chloride and hypochlorous acid. This is because the body is an amazing chemical laboratory, and a reason to never use magnesium oxide which can become magnesium hydroxide. What we make in our kitchens may not be true chlorine dioxide. The outgasing might be. One reason why the original formula called for placing a plate or something on the glass to capture this gas.

Chlorine dioxide has a rather neutral pH value. It is effective over a wide range of pH within the body and outside. This makes it more effective that chlorine alone. It is very effective against pH range of 4 to 10. Meaning that organisms within that range can be easily destroyed. Also depending upon the nature of the microbes. This is why it is unnecessary to even consider adding another alkaline, like sodium bicarbonate, to the batch.
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Hello jfh, that is a good point about the sodium chlorite, and the care that should be considered with these.
Sodium Chlorite is commonly referred to as a salt...though it's not actually a salt of itself.. After it has been mixed with a reducing agent like citric acid, and the chlorine dioxide worked off, it turns into more of a salt, if I understand that process rightly..
~Of course Selenium isn't a salt, it's commonly use as a mineral dietary supplement. ~Though I don't normally think of the various technical side of processing chemical structure etc., nor of how all the salts and minerals are made.. Like most folk, I look at them as common, as we see them used in our lives every day.
I agree with you about the different compositions of chemicals and their anti-health implications.
Here's a link about the "Silent Poisons" and that explains the health concerns with using too much processed chemicals in our bodies...
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Just a point Hobo. It is sodium chloride that is salt, not sodium chlorite.
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