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Old 09-20-2012, 11:46 PM
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hi all , almost over night ive come up with a huge breakout of pimples all over my face and abdomen ( no where else ) yet lol - im am having a die off from candida and been using the good shit MMS but have never had this before , im actually going through a liver flush today i should be expelling stones and what else has accumilated in there but am unsure what to make of this breakout , there not spots there just red dots almost nat bite like not itchy either and would like to know if this is a normal detox reaction or not - i look bad and never have been plagued by acne , pimples or anything always had good skin - pale but clear you know.

has this happened to others before and think it will pass ?



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Infra red saunas may help. SUNSHINE *not to burning. Lots of clean water! And try to calm yourself. This may hang on for awhile. *Don't add to it by getting stressed. At least it is all getting out of your system which is GOOD!
Be sure to eat well. VEGGIES and MORE VEGGIES. NO sugar for a bit. Use xylitol *be careful of pets for it is poisonous or organic stevia for sweetening.

No alcohol at all. Healing teas inside and out!

Keep an eye on it - if it changes at all or becomes painful please see a medical professional - JUST IN CASE. Or if they become extremely itchy.

Good old sunshine seems to help me with skin things that happen during cleanses.

I hope you get better soon!
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There are different chemicals that will detox through the skin. Sometimes they will end up going out the closest exit and your skin is the largest organ and it does detox, routinely, daily when it is healthy enough.

Cant say for sure what this is but you might want to try some mms on ONE area and see it if helps. Dont leave mms on for longer than 3 minutes then rinse off. DMSO applied immediately first can help it to penetrate the skin even better. If it works out well on one area after a day or two then do a larger area.
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i have taken a picture of it but cant upload it here ( i dont no how to )

could you please tell me how to do this - personally i think it looks abit like chicken pox and a bit like meningitis but i dont think i have either - pretty sure its not meningitis but i need to know how to upload pic so i can show you .
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just mix up some mms and dab it on. wash it off after 3 minutes. Nothing to it. It may sting or burn for a couple of minutes but it will pass.

on www.jimhumble.biz you can find your way to all the protocols, including topical

if it were menningitis you would be near dead by now.
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ok i will try that , do you think i could be having allergic reaction to the mms coz im wondering weather to take it tonight or not . i didnt take it yesterday but have been using it for a while and this is the 1st time anything like this has happend
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generally allergic reactions are quite itchy. I doubt it. Few if any allergic reactions to mms have been reported.

I once had a detox reaction with the use of homeopathy where I broke out in blisters on my forearms,huge huge blisters. It was part of my detox. I was much better afterwards
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yeah theres no itch i didnt notice it untill i looked at it tbh , my face stings a little but not that bad - ill continue and if it worsens then ill have to think of something but will try putting some mms on it topically . thanx
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i have taken a picture of it but cant upload it here ( i dont no how to )

could you please tell me how to do this - personally i think it looks abit like chicken pox and a bit like meningitis but i dont think i have either - pretty sure its not meningitis but i need to know how to upload pic so i can show you .
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thanks kind - it has spread a bit more since this picture and is a very mild itch to it but everytime i google candida die off the symptoms it says nausea headaches muscle and joint aches sweating prostate infection skin breakouts rashes gas diarrhea ect i have all these atm but not that severe you know . my mum was worrying like mad saying go doctors but i didnt coz dont trust them anymore all the antibiotics and omeprazole have contirbuted to the problems i have .
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I think you need a professional diagnosis of that...
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doctors are part of the illuminati in my opinion and are dangerous , and in my personal experience of 4 years various health complaints to only get worse whilst under the care of them i would only consult one if i were near death and even then id be worried about what they will do to me , my uncle god rest his soul died in hospital with cancer that spread to many areas of his body that they failed to diagnose whilst he was living there months prior to his horrific death and even had the ordasity to call him names like moaney and whiney infront of my other relatives when he was dying in pain infront of them , same has happend to other relatives and family friends of mine - thats why i dont believe in them because they dont help they give you meds that cause problems then replace that med with another and another wich feeds the drug companies income and worsens the patient - thats why i not see them anymore i saw my gp every week for months and he just had no clue how to help me and argued with me on the existance of candida when in fact he was giving me stuff to make it worse . i do respect your opinion tho sorry for the rar rar .
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no doctor will be able to diagnose that... there are probably 50 different options that they have and they will only be guessing..and the treatment for them all is about the same... they are clueless.

it looks nothing like any candida rash I have ever seen, which generally is localized in patches, not difuse all over the body, and generally in warm dark places like groins and arm pits, scalp, ears,

It does look somewhat like a bromide detox,, but any detox through the skin could look like that., What is of essence is that it is not repressed by any drug.

Saunas may help but still take an area an apply mms topically and see what happens.
Do it at least twice a day and make that area a test area. I would continue with mms orally if it were me.

Such types of rashes are not all that uncommon and what a doctor will do is give you some kind of steroid cream to repress it.... guaranteed. believe me I have seen this a thousand times.

this page on Jim Humbles site may be helpful. There are lots of different ways to apply it to the skin. When I apply it to skin I generally apply a dab of DMSO first as it will help to carry it in.. but it will work without also.. I recommend everyone have a bottle of DMSO at home to enhance topical applications .

if it responds well on your test area you will find instructions on jims site on how to but mms in a bathtub and soak.

http://jimhumble.biz/18-skin-care.html
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I've had a similar rash, only much smaller, below the collarbone, and it was itchy. I repeatedly applied coconut oil each time it happened, and within a week or so it was gone. Never knew what caused it, and it never spread.
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This could be a detox, as skin is one of the detox pathways. But just in case, consider taking vitamin D supplementation.

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Idiopathic itch, rash, and urticaria/angioedema merit serum vitamin D evaluation: a descriptive case series.

W V Med J. 2011 Jan-Feb;107(1):14-20.

Goetz DW.; Exemplar Allergy & Asthma, Morgantown, WV, USA.

BACKGROUND: Vitamin D insufficiency is epidemic. Rarely are cutaneous consequences attributed to low vitamin D.

METHODS: A retrospective case series of 63 patients describes an association of pruritus, rash, and urticaria/angioedema with low 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25OHD <32 ng/mL). The 90% (57/63) of patients with low vitamin D were treated with 8 to 12 weeks of vitamin D 50,000 IU weekly followed by daily supplementation. Concurrent diagnoses were treated routinely. Complete resolution of cutaneous symptoms defined response.

RESULTS: Patients were 3 to 80 years of age. The 90% (57/63) with low vitamin D (25OHD < 32 ng/mL) had a mean age of 47 (11 to 80) years old, 70% were atopic, and 77% were female. Median duration of idiopathic cutaneous symptoms was 18 months. Mean 25OHD was 18.0 ng/mL. With vitamin D treatment 70% (40/57) had complete resolution of symptoms. Mean 25OHD for vitamin D responsive patients (16.8 ng/mL) was significantly lower than for vitamin D non-responsive treated patients (20.9 ng/mL, P = 0.02 by unpaired t-Test). Resolution of cutaneous symptoms with vitamin D supplementation occurred in a mean of 4.2 weeks. Symptom recurrence was seen in subsequent months only if vitamin D insufficiency recurred.

CONCLUSION: This retrospective case-series, with a 70% (40/57) vitamin D treatment success, suggests that vitamin D status should be assessed in patients with idiopathic cutaneous symptoms. If vitamin D is low, symptom resolution is often possible with oral supplementation of vitamin D. Controlled clinical studies are required to confirm these associations. PMID: 21322467
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