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This is GREAT news Libby! I am so excited for you and for mms users everywhere!

I'm also doing the bindweed tincture countdown.. It should be ready soon?

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How wonderful Libby, you are a great inspiration to others.
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Default Need help with bindweed

I actually could use some help with the bindweed tincture. I did go gather a quart jar of field bindweed, and started the tincturing process, but then found a site that showed several species called bindweeds and the one I need is also called wild morning glory.It has the trumpet shaped white or light pink flowers. Mine had a long flowering stalk with numerous small yellowish flowers, and had smaller leaves as well.So it's Minnesota, already fall, and I can't locate any wild morning glory near my area. Anyone willing to gather any for me?It would be great to shrink this tumor.Also, the article posted about bindweed says that bindweed contains harmful alkaloids and must be processed correctly, but of course, they are selling their product, so who knows? Any help with a recipe or directions would be helpful.Too bad that lady who got the tincture from the"shaman"(no name given) didn't give him the credit and the opportunity to share his tincture with us, instead of the usual overpriced, "improved version".If he healed her. why change it?
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Default Bindweed tincture

I have just received the bindweed for making the tincture. Thanks to you, Arrow wind , for going out of your way to help out! The garden site chat that you posted on lead me to a gal who picked and sent the correct species to me.It needs to be dried first, I believe, so it will be in the tincture jars tomorrow for a 12 day countdown. I sure am hopeful that this dissolves the tumor quickly. It seems to be doing ok now, but when I really hit it hard with MMS, it swells and I worry that it may breach the boundaries and spread.
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I have been self treating for breast cancer since April 2010. First with the cancer diet given on the cancertutor website for 3 months, along with the Budwig protocol, then a modified diet as a combination of Dr, Johanna Budwig's diet guidelines and Bill Henderson's . I also eat apricot kernels and started taking MMS1 and now MMS2.The great news is that since starting on the MMS's, my test results from Navarro's clinic just came back showing a 50% decrease in HCG level since 2 months ago!That means the cancer is at least half gone, since the HCG can be residual.The only changes made since the last test was adding the MMS1 and MMS2.Before this, the tests were the same, no decline, and in fact , had gone up one degree.I believe it works!
Libby, glad to hear you're doing better.
Could you please state the quantities (protocol) of MMS1 and MMS2 you take per day please?

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Default Amounts of MMS1 and MMS2

I take the 3 drops per hour 8 hours per day of the MMS1 and 2 capsules of MMS2 every 2 hours 4 times per day. I can only do this for 3 to 4 days at a time, as the swelling and pain in the tumor area increase. This is a great thing, though, since it means it is working! I then take 3 days to recover and take all my normal anti oxidents for those days at my regular times, and a lot of apricot kernels for the pain. they numb the area when they attack it,lol.Eat a lot of papaya during this time, too, as it gets rid of the cells that are causing the swelling as they die off.The other protocols I have seen call for ten days on and off between anti ox's and the MSS's but I personally can't handle that much .I do try to take vit C late at night and very early morning to keep them well apart.
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You may want to look into serrapeptase for helping to unload tumor debris.
see www.serrapeptase.info
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Thanks! Looks interesting. I have a friend who is having problems with MS. and it may help her as well.She's not familiar with anything but conventional doctors so this could be something she might try.I ordered one to try. My tumor seems to be decreasing rapidly at this point, with some swelling for several days followed by a further decrease in size. I am so excited!
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I take the 3 drops per hour 8 hours per day of the MMS1 and 2 capsules of MMS2 every 2 hours 4 times per day. I can only do this for 3 to 4 days at a time, as the swelling and pain in the tumor area increase. This is a great thing, though, since it means it is working! I then take 3 days to recover and take all my normal anti oxidents for those days at my regular times, and a lot of apricot kernels for the pain. they numb the area when they attack it,lol.Eat a lot of papaya during this time, too, as it gets rid of the cells that are causing the swelling as they die off.The other protocols I have seen call for ten days on and off between anti ox's and the MSS's but I personally can't handle that much .I do try to take vit C late at night and very early morning to keep them well apart.
Thanks for getting back to us on your protocol Libby.
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I don't know if serrapeptase will help MS but I do know of two products that do.
One is herbal and its called Padme Basic, herbs from tibet. Available on the net. Do a search.

But if it were me I would try mm1 and mms2. If it does not work it is not because it cannot kill the pathogen it is because it is not reaching the patogen that is burried deep in spinal nerve tissue. I have read testimonials of MMS working for MS but I have not been able to verify them. If MMS did not work after say a two month course of treatment with significant improvement to spur me on to complete the cure I would go to an IV silver preparation. I have a very nice testimonial on the use of this for MS that I verified though direct communication with the husband of the woman who did it... I will look for it and post it.

Since mms is so cost effective and IVs so expensive I certainly would try the mms first. But the IVs are the way to go if she has anything that might interfere with mms protocols or just can't stomach it.
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Mr Roberts...I would like some....couldn't figure out the PM thing, maybe you can post it or something.
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Mr Roberts...I would like some....couldn't figure out the PM thing, maybe you can post it or something.
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I would just like someone to confirm with me that this is right before I start to use this stuff. I realize that I sell this stuff at the place that I work.

It is SOCK IT brand

Calcium Hypochlorite .....65%
Available Chlorine content ........ 65%

The Product Data sheet for this reads...

Product Code: CHYP
Physical Data White,granular solid with a strong chlorine odour
Molecular Formula Ca(OCl)2 (the 2 is a small 2 on the bottom)
Molecular Weight 142.98
Bulk Density 0.8-1.1 g/cm3 (varies with grade)
Water Solubility ~180 g/L at 25 C
Sales Specification:
Certified by NSF/ANSI Standard 60 for use in drinking water up to a maximum of 15mg/L. Meets or exceeds AWWA standard B300-04
Calcium hypochlorite 65% min.
Available chlorine 65% min.
Iron as Fe 0.05% w/w max.
Water 5.5-8.5% w/w
Particle size(U.S. standard sieve)
No. 16 0.5% max.
No. 70 1.0% max.
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And is it ok to use regular Gelatin capsules? Does the color matter at all?
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Can anyone tell me if that stuff will work or not?
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