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Old 12-01-2009, 12:30 PM
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I'm still waiting for an answer about MMS2... Do we take it on an empty stomach or not?
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Old 12-01-2009, 01:25 PM
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I don't know if instructions are included in Jim Humble's book about taking MMS2 with food but I have personally tried it both on an empty stomach and after eating. There was no noticable difference in effect but I found it more comfortable after food.

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Old 12-06-2009, 11:09 AM
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Calcium Hypochlorite (mms2) breaks down into two substances when mixed with water. Hypochlorous Acid is one and Mr. Humble seems quite happy to bring this up. Why doesn't he bring up the fact that the other component is Calcium Hydroxide? BECAUSE IT'S POISON TO THE BODY! Take this stuff at your own risk but do your own research. Look up the dangers of Calcium Hydroxide. Please.
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Old 12-06-2009, 01:35 PM
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Hi genewell

I note that, according to Wiki, Calcium Hydroxide is a calcium supplement in mineral fortified baby formulas.

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Old 12-06-2009, 01:43 PM
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Calcium Hydroxide isn't poison if the dosage is so minimal and it is even less than what in a baby's formula.

Thanks for the information, but I have already looked up on Calcium Hydroxide aged ago.
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Old 12-06-2009, 03:57 PM
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Well, I still don't know. This is what I picked up on WIKI: As with many chemicals, exposure may pose health risks
  • Inhalation: Respiratory tract irritation. Coughing, shortness of breath, chemical bronchitis.
  • Ingestion: Internal bleeding, possible perforation of esophagus, severe pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and collapse.
  • Eyes: severe irritation, pain, ulceration, blindness.
  • Skin: burns, blistering.
  • Chronic Exposure: dermatitis or severe irritation to skin.
No mention of dosage.
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Old 12-06-2009, 04:39 PM
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Default Take care not to overdose.

And that is the point with anything I guess, an overdose can kill! Oxygen is toxic at a partial pressure of more than 2.

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Old 12-06-2009, 05:58 PM
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Default calcium hydroxide

Thanks, I can appreciate that. Now that I'm feeling more comfortable with the Ca(OH)2, on to the generation of chlorine. What happens when you put Calcium Hypochlorite in HCL? Forget that you just drank two glasses of water, I guess the question is what happens in either of the following (I don't remember my chemistry very well, it's been a while).

Calcium Hypochlorite + HCL -> ?

Hypochlorous Acid + Calcium Hydroxide + HCL -> ?

One of these two equations has to happen if not both since all reactions have some level of equilibrium.
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Default Huge price hike from mm1

Hi all
Very surprised that nobody has asked why the huge difference in pricing of product 1 compared to 2..it seems that this is now becoming very commercialised

This is not minimal but enormous price hike over a year for something as yet unproven.[ the capsules are not that dear]

And yes l am keenly interested in the mm2 and look forward to reading a lot more ..will stick with mms1 for a while till you people give feedback
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Old 01-27-2010, 09:42 AM
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Those who jack up the price on MMS2 aren't really helping the community and are only in for the profit.

MMS2 works beautifully well and I have my own direct supplier from China who manufacture pure Calcium Hypochlorite.

PM me if you need some at a fair price.
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Old 01-27-2010, 02:34 PM
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hello i read your post thanks it helped alot, i was wondering if a product called blast for pools would work.
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Old 01-27-2010, 05:59 PM
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Hi all.
I have been on MMS1 since Jan 01 2010.
My daily progress can be found at hubpages. (just search hubs for MMS1 or MMS2)
Im am determined to erradicate HSV.
I am now taking 5 mms drops every 2 hrs AND took the plunge with MMS2.
Its quite a mental challenge to visit a pool shop, buy something labeled poison, capsule it and swallow. The first 2 went down fine although I had one this morning on an empty tummy and for the first time in my MMS history, I vomited.
Anyhoos, My MMS2 daily journey is also at hubpages including daily comments of how i felt, and any side effects.
I have googled till the cows have come home (and i dont have cows) and have not found a day by day diary as I have done.
Regards,
T

P.S, here's a sample
MMS Protocol change.
Still 45 drops of MMS1 per day.
5/25 every 2 hrs = 9 mini doses.
Plus introducing MMS2 (2 capsules per day)

DATE # TIME MMS1 DOSE MMS2 DOSE DAY # 1
27.1.10 1 7.00 am 5/25
“ 2 9.00 am 5/25
“ 3 11.00 am 5/25
“ 4 1.00 pm 5/25
“ 5 3.00 pm 5/25 1 x cap
“ 6 5.00 pm 5/25
“ 7 7.00 pm 5/25
“ 8 9.00 pm 5/25 1 x cap
“ 9 missed it oops

Comments : Nil side effects

Last edited by trailingedge; 01-27-2010 at 06:02 PM. Reason: added MMS2 diary
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Old 03-08-2010, 06:26 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by trailingedge View Post
Hi all.
I have been on MMS1 since Jan 01 2010.
My daily progress can be found at hubpages. (just search hubs for MMS1 or MMS2)
Im am determined to erradicate HSV.
I am now taking 5 mms drops every 2 hrs AND took the plunge with MMS2.
Its quite a mental challenge to visit a pool shop, buy something labeled poison, capsule it and swallow. The first 2 went down fine although I had one this morning on an empty tummy and for the first time in my MMS history, I vomited.
Anyhoos, My MMS2 daily journey is also at hubpages including daily comments of how i felt, and any side effects.
I have googled till the cows have come home (and i dont have cows) and have not found a day by day diary as I have done.
Regards,
T

P.S, here's a sample
MMS Protocol change.
Still 45 drops of MMS1 per day.
5/25 every 2 hrs = 9 mini doses.
Plus introducing MMS2 (2 capsules per day)

DATE # TIME MMS1 DOSE MMS2 DOSE DAY # 1
27.1.10 1 7.00 am 5/25
“ 2 9.00 am 5/25
“ 3 11.00 am 5/25
“ 4 1.00 pm 5/25
“ 5 3.00 pm 5/25 1 x cap
“ 6 5.00 pm 5/25
“ 7 7.00 pm 5/25
“ 8 9.00 pm 5/25 1 x cap
“ 9 missed it oops

Comments : Nil side effects
What's the latest on your experiment? Are you still taking MMS1? I know you stopped MMS2.
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Old 03-08-2010, 04:19 PM
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What's the latest on your experiment? Are you still taking MMS1? I know you stopped MMS2.
Hi my results were very positive and am now only on a maintenance dose of 2 x 5 drop doses per day with freshly squeezed fruit juice. My chest pains and high BP that I had have all but gone and I am now able to walk a reasonable distance without discomfort. In fact I am helping my son build a deck and am able to mix concrete etc.

I have had two flu attacks since the original flu attack which caused the problem and have managed to shake them off by inhaling MMS in addition to the maintenance dose.

I had originally tried using the Bob Beck protocol and have kept on using the magnetic pulser on my heart. I have found using the Beck zapper, like a TENS machine, on my throat and nasal passages clears up the sore throat and blocked nose symtoms of a cold or flu.

Drinking ozone water (part of the Beck protocol) helps give a boost while working but have only used coloidal silver externally since starting on MMS.

Also add MMS and DMSO to bath water to reduce cold symptoms.

Dave
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Old 03-08-2010, 05:06 PM
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Thanks, very informative. My post was for "trailingedge" though. ;-)
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