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Old 07-14-2010, 12:14 AM
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Hi to anyone that can help

What is the shelf life of sodium chlorite.
I have a 1/2 kilo bottle that is old and want to understand if this is safe to use making up my MMS 1 solution.

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Sure is, if its in powder form and was kept dry then you're good to go.
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Sure is, if its in powder form and was kept dry then you're good to go.
Thanks for the reply.

Just to confirm. The sodium chlorite is about 20 years old. I liquidized in dry form to break little clumps as it was which appears a little hard, but it's now powdery and appears perfect as it should. The plastic bottle has remained sealed over the time.
Also I got advice that to test if it's ok, I should put a drop of pool acid or hydrochloric acid onto a little powder and if I smelt chlorine, then the sodium chlorite would be ok to use. Would you confer with this too ?

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Just get some of the Chlorite liquid (mms) that you made, put a few drops in a glass and add several drops of lemon juice/citric acid and you should smell the chlorine soon afterwards.

Just follow the instructions as to how-to mix, how many drops...etc...
at the beginning of this forum.

By the way, this thread is for MMS2, not MMS1.
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Old 07-15-2010, 10:31 PM
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Yes I have followed all the instructions to a T. Have been studying MMS1 and MMS2 now for about 4 months. Not sickly myself but see the merits of the use.
P.S. I was browsing this thread when I inadvertently posted my question on the wrong thread, sorry.

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Is there a maintenance dose for MMS2?

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Was wondering myself.
All I have come across, was using 1 zero sized capsule, every two hours together with MMS1 (2 -3 drops) to treat HIV/Aids.

Nothing definitive as to the exact amount.

Anyone else?
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I took one pill on empty stomach. Drank 3 glasses of water. after 15 mins started to break a sweat. Then vomited.

Is this common? Does this stuff actually work? How do you keep it down.
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Albo, the first few times I took MMS2, it was a few hours after eating. I was okay. Then I took it in the morning on an empty stomach and had the same reaction as you, except I barely avoided vomiting. I've decided to only take MMS2 a while after eating.
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I took one pill on empty stomach. Drank 3 glasses of water. after 15 mins started to break a sweat. Then vomited.

Is this common? Does this stuff actually work? How do you keep it down.
Hi Albo

I took 1 zero sized capsule for a few days then upped this to about 5 times a day and developed severe pain appearing almost the same as if I had an ulcer. The first night the pain was bad enough to keep me awake at night. After 3 days I felt better and all well after about 5 days. I mentioned this ordeal on the forum I think under the MMS2 thread.
I haven't been on it again, because I decided to give the MMS2 a break, in order to heal what I decided at the time was an ulcer.My partner however didnt have the same reaction at all. She seemed to be fine with MMS2, and on occasion a little warmth in the stomach. On closer study Arrowwind (another thread on NAt Med atlk) told me I might have a sensitive stomach due to a latent ulcer that spurred up when taking this. Also I must mention that I cannot get past 5 drops MMS1 with 25 drops Citric acid as activator. My partner sails through 12 drops at a time, taking this about 6 times a day. So my conclusion is that I obviously have a stronger reaction with MMS1 and MMS2 than her as I am probably ill in my body with many parasites and possibly another illness I am not aware of. I have been on MMS1 now for just over 3 months. I assume as I get better and must say I don't feel sick, generally very healthy and haven't consulted doctors for about 25 years, also do not take any medication accept for the rare aspirin for headaches, which I have stopped recently as well.

In the MMS2 pages from Jim humble it mentions taking MMS2 in smaller doses i.e. half a capsule, if one is too much (experiencing nausea, cramps or diarrhea).
You simply fill the capsule to half the volume of the 0 sized capsule. I haven't tried this but it's obvious that half the volume shouldn't have the same cause the same ill effects i.e severe nausea/cramps you are experiencing, my guess is because you are also possibly similar to me, insofar that your body is fighting many negative bacteria, fungi, viruses and pathogens. Remember that MMS2, Calcium Hypochlorite, changes to hypochlorous acid when it comes into contact with water, which is what the body, immune system manufactures naturally to fight to disease.
It's my guess that some people's bodies manufacture this acid more effectively, or process it differently than others, do to a range of reasons, different diet, eating patterns life style etc etc, so possibly should react differently in the stomach as well.
I have lastly read that some people take more water when they feel ill after taking MMS2, some have expressed that eating something has also brought relief. I cant comment on this as I am doing the MMS1 thing as a general cleanup. I am not fighting any particular illness that I am aware of, so I have for the moment discontinued using the MMS2 to heal a possible ulcer I might have prior to taking MMS2. I will start again in some time with MMS2 for sure.

Try half a zero sized capsule and go from there. You can even go smaller if you are still ill. I wouldn't give up on MMS2, as Jim Humble has said that MMS2 in his opinion is even more effective possibly than MMS1.
If I was ill I would definitely continue with MMS2 as well as MMS1.

Hope this helps.

By the way, some more help for all those out there:

MMS1 overdose. As stated above, I only take 5 drops MMS1 about 6 times daily and I mix 12 drops for my partner. The other day I mixed 12 drops for her, but activated the 12 drops with 25 drops citric acid, being used to my doses which is 5:25. I was in thought about something else at the time and inadvertently made a boo boo. I was kicked outside to sleep with the dog lol
The result was the following: After a few minutes she felt uneasiness in the stomach, and this progressed after about 45 minutes to severe nausea and stomach cramps and diarrhea.This lasted from 10 in the morning and put her out of action the whole day. She was perfectly fine at around 18h00 when she also enjoyed a good meal.

Good news is: The dog is sleeping by herself again
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I have a "friend" I met in a nursing home when visiting my husband who is also there. The friend has sever infection in his foot and lower leg. Because he in only a friend (not family) it would be difficult to give him MMS1, especially numerous time each day (he's 27 miles away from where I live). Would it be alright to just give him only MMS2? He is currently being treated with numerous IV's throughout the day. - Sandy
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I would give it a try. Of course nursing homes don't like people self administering medication... but he has every right too. Sometimes these places try to take your rights away. Sometimes the physician will refuse to treat if he does not get total obedience. Some just plain old dont care. He needs to be coherent and be able to take responsibility for himself. .... if it were me and I wanted to avoid all chance of flack I would put them in a vitamin bottle.... but often they don't even want you to have stuff like that by the bedside... You have to stand up for your rights.... they might insisit that the nurse lock it up and administer it...
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Dear Karl Karl.
Thank you very much about your information from MMS2.
I have used MMS1 several Months and My prostate cancer is well.
P.S.A was 0.5 only.
Now I am also willing to try MMS2. And I have bought in my country CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE 1 kg tin. granular for water cleansing.
CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE content is 50-100 %.
How can I know if it is similar CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE what you have using there in U.S.A
Hi Eskimo: What was your PSA to begin with?
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I'm still waiting for an answer about MMS2... Do we take it on an empty stomach or not?
Hi, if you go to Jim Humbles site, all the instructions and protocols are listed there.
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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!
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