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Old 02-15-2008, 04:39 PM
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Default MMS and L-Form bacteria

L-form bacteria are essentially bacteria without cell walls. It is being suggested that alot of chronic diseases are caused by these types of bacteria do to the mechanisms in which they live and survive.

These bacteria live inside your immune system cells and "hide" from your white blood cells because they are actually living inside of them, reproducing, and producing cytokines which induce the inflammatory response. it is believed they are the culprits of many diseases like Rheumatoid Arthritis, Crohn's Disease, Sarcoidosis, Diabetes Mellitus, etc. the list goes on.

I have 2 questions here:

1) Can MMS have the same effect on these types of bacteria as other viruses, parasites, and bacterias with cell walls? I'm not sure if the "electron ganking" would still occur considering the L-form bacteria have no cell walls. Maybe someone can enlighten us?

2) Can Chlorine Dioxide diffuse into White Blood Cells harboring the L-Form bacterias and kill it there if it can indeed kill it at all?
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i'm thinking that it probably has the same effect on these types of bacteria at least because lyme disease is one of these stealth type bacterias and chronic lyme sufferers seem to get major relief from MMS. I don't know, however, if this is just from dieoff in the bloodstream and tissues or if this is complete dieoff including the bacteria that lives inside the cells. If Chlorine Dioxide cannot diffuse into WBC, then I'm thinking a longer regiment of MMS might be required to kill all the bacteria off once apoptosis occurs in ALL WBC (L-form delay apoptosis in WBC so it could take a long time).
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