A week ago, I burned my arm with my curling iron (I know, not a smart thing to do). When several applications of aloe vera did not stop the pain, I decided to try MMS on the burn. The pain stopped immediately. Since I had read somewhere in these postings about someone who had used it on his toes for fungus and after a few days had some major problems, I left it on for just a couple of minutes and then washed it off.
When the skin opened up, I applied anti-biotic cream and a bandage. It has itched a little now as it�s healing, but it has not hurt at all since I first applied the MMS. I think that I would keep MMS on hand if for no other reason than to treat burns.
At this point, I can't remember what the problem was. However, in going back to Jim Humble's book, he says that you should not leave the undiluted MMS on the skin for more than a minute before you rinse it off.
Oh I see, it was undiluted, that would be very strong on the skin. Maybe a diluted version on the skin might work. I have had a little fungal skin infection on my face for a few years and I have considered putting on MMS, mixed with water. I wonder if that would work, and what strength it should be?
For over a year, I had a pre-cancerous red flakey patch of skin just above my left temple that I couldn't make go away.
Then I decided to try MMS by dipping the tip of my finger in activated solution before diluting it to drink, and gently rubbing the activated MMS drop into the affected area. The acid in the activator would sting a bit for a few seconds, but skin began to dry up from the first application. I continued for about a week and stopped application after a good scab had formed. When the scab went away, just healthy skin remained.
Did Not wash off the activated drop of MMS on Skin
I activated the sodium chlorite solution with about a 5-1 ratio of 10% citric acid to MMS. Then I dipped the tip of my finger in the solution and carefully and lightly rubbed that drop on the flakey skin area. I DID NOT WASH IT OFF.
I also had skin rash just below the left side of my mouth that I think I got from noxious plant juice as I was clearing out my dad's over-grown yard in late December. I actually cut part of the rash open with an electric shaver! I rubbed the same ratio activated MMS on that too and it dried up and scabbed over very well in a few days, and healed nicely.
Note: I put a drop of undiluted non-activated MMS on the back of my hand without washing it off, and it didn't burn or irritate my hand at all.