I have a small area of infection in my skin that I have been using the MMS spray Jim Humble talks about, for 2 days, and the skin is still wet and oozing if I leave it any longer than 2 hours between applications. Please does anyone have any info about how long it would take to kill the bacteria - I was thinking it would have worked faster than this - at the moment, I can see no signs of improvement. Please help ... anyone?!
My son has had good results with whitlow and what appeared to be a large infected pimple or spider bite. It only took a few days.
I would also take it internally if it is slow to respond.
Are you activating it before application? If is is not working it is because it is not making contact with the site of infection that is perhaps deeper that it can get too? I would try using mms with DMSO as that will carry it into the issue..
In general my preference for such infections is Lugols Iodine, which may have to be diluted a little if the wound is open.
Other treatments I have used is ozonated olive oil, you can purchase over the net and Colloidal silver cream topical from Letstalkhealth.com
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MMS or better yet, higher ppm of CDS works great on skin related wounds, bites etc. However, if an outbreak of "weeping sores" appear, [pityriasis rosacea] then it's an indication of stressful lifestyle combined with the lack of chlorophyll in diet.
There are varying degree's of pityriasis rosacea, to the extreme outbreaks, it is call leprosy, and can be a battle to fight with for years, if a person doesn't know how to cure it, and sadly to say, most all dermatologist can't effectively cure this, so it's termed a "disease"..instead of a mere "dietary deficiency".
~In tymes of old, it was thought it was caused by uncleanness..but it's really not.
~ In the early 90's, I've seen a young boy in his early 20's with a server case of leprosy cleared up with taking 10 Wheatgrass tablet 3 times daily for 6 weeks. The boy had weeping sores as big as a silver dollar, and was infected with them from head to toe.
~His mom had formerly taken him to a number of specialist over a 3 state area, trying to cure him of it, he had it for over 4 years, but with this simple method using nothing more than natures green wheatgrass, the boy had a new life restored to him after just 6 weeks dosing with it.
~Many times I've walked down the isles of the store and seen all the different lotions and potions in the lotions, for healing this and that, [for the skin].. and something so simple to realize is that the skin is feed from the "blood" so is the hair, treating the symptoms rather than the causes has become a way of life it seems, without this though, their wouldn't be any need for alternative methods.....
Super information, and what a great story. Such an easy "fix." Since I suffer with dry skin (probably because I never seem to drink enough water) I can't help but think it would be good to ingest wheatgrass daily. My skin improved dramatically when I started taking fruit and veggie capsules daily, but I am still what you call a dry skinned person. Thanks for the info, Hobo.
As an alternative for curing such infections or cuts, you could look toward tree resin (or pitch). I've used tree resin for many such skin ailments for years. The only problem is that it is so sticky.
How does nature give this tree the healing power to fight off burns from lightening, fungus and insect infestations, cancers, wounds, molds, and other assaults against its outer 'skin'?
The answer is in thetree's Resin! A wounded tree will gather its "pitch" or tree resin in a concentrated effort to use natures own system of renewal to heal itself. Trees could not live as long as they do, or be as resilient against fires, molds, fungus, growths, insect infestations, wounds, etc, without its precious resin.
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