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The moderator of this forum might think I am spamming due to the amount of posts I have made already after just joining this forum. Fact is, i am so delighted with my discovery of MMS and it's benefits. As a result of this I would like to ask all you great posters if there are people amongst you all who would be willing to add to a database of MMS testimonials. I would like to set up this online for all to see and read who are thinking of checking MMS out for themselves. I firmly believe in the freedom of information for all and this forum has opened my eyes to the amount of people out there with MMS usage experiences. For all who might be interested this is not a scam or payment system just a simple effort from a simple guy wanting to create a better awareness of alternative treatments for a lot of bodily ailments using MMS. Anyone interested please feel free to PM me. Just to be quite clear I cannot offer people payment for their efforts but reply on the time people are willing to take themselves to add to this venture. Even posts made by people themselves elsewhere online relating to testimonials about MMS usage are welcome as I would like your personal permission to use these without expecting payment.

This is a short note for the moderator of this forum. Please excuse me if you think this is not MMS related or posted i the wrong forum. if so then feel free to let me know and I will remove this post.

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Mark, welcome aboard. Please don't worry about the post count, actually the more, the better - more posts help this forum grow. We need a lot more active posters like you. Your posts are very interesting as well. Thanks!
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Is there really nobody here that is willing to add their success stories using MMS to a list with others?

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Old 03-22-2010, 09:32 AM
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Mark, there are some testimonials spreading over the threads. Here is one dedicated to it: MMS Testimonials

Health Salon also has some testimonials.
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Very excited. Just received my shipment of MMS and citric acid activator solution. I followed the instructions that came with the citric acid. It instructed to fill the bottle of crystals with water and shake up, which I did. This created the citric acid solution in liquid form. Here is where I get confused a bit. The instructions also said it is a 1:1 ratio (meaning 1 drop of MMS to 1 drop of Citric Acid solution) this conflicts with other instructions I have seen where it is listed to mix a 1:5 ratio (1 drop MMS to 5 drops CAS) I followed the 1:1 ratio this time. Should I switch? Noticing slight head dizziness, VERY slight. Other than that, nothing to note so far. I am going to try 2 drops MMS in two hours. Any suggestions welcome…
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Very excited. Just received my shipment of MMS and citric acid activator solution. I followed the instructions that came with the citric acid. It instructed to fill the bottle of crystals with water and shake up, which I did. This created the citric acid solution in liquid form. Here is where I get confused a bit. The instructions also said it is a 1:1 ratio (meaning 1 drop of MMS to 1 drop of Citric Acid solution) this conflicts with other instructions I have seen where it is listed to mix a 1:5 ratio (1 drop MMS to 5 drops CAS) I followed the 1:1 ratio this time. Should I switch? Noticing slight head dizziness, VERY slight. Other than that, nothing to note so far. I am going to try 2 drops MMS in two hours. Any suggestions welcome…
All new formulations are 1:1. You did not make a mistake.
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Since when ratio for MMS1 has changed to 1:1 ?
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Since when ratio for MMS1 has changed to 1:1 ?
At least a year now. Jim figured it was easier to tell people to take one drop of mms and one drop of activator and to mix/activate it that way. Its easier for everyone.
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In that case, i would guess that 1:5 is still good,
just like the use of Apple Cider Vinegar (forget the ratio here).
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Thumbs up Hepatitis C

I was positive for the hepatitis C virus and started taking MMS. Since then I've been to the doctor a couple of times and both times the Hep C viral load was zero.
Right now, I'm using it to detox from cigarettes. Can hardly stand the way the stuff tastes though, but it works.
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Hey Blackpeter2,

can I put your testimonial on
www.Healthsalon.org ?
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Sure, go ahead and post it.
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Exclamation GMO Citric Acid Activator?

Has has anyone suggested that the citric acid powder used as an activator must be Food grade Non-GMO?. I suspect all of us here on the forum know all the horrors of Monsanto.

For the record I bought from PGL and mineral-solutions.

Do I need to be concerned? What do you guys think?

Some resellers of MMS are declaring there citric acid as organic and non-GMO.

I found this quote on line and it provided some some relief. "We’re concerned with the source organism itself and not the substrate. A substrate of commodity corn is acceptable.”

According to https://www.non-gmoreport.com/article...n_organic.php:

Citric acid and enzymes
Citric acid, used widely as a preservative in organic foods, is another problem. Citric acid is commonly derived from a fungus, Aspergillus Niger, which may be GM. The fungus is combined with a substrate made from commodity corn, which could also be GM. However, Baker says only the fungus raises GMO concerns because the corn substrate is removed. “We’re concerned with the source organism itself and not the substrate. A substrate of commodity corn is acceptable.”

Enzymes present a similar challenge because they are often produced from GM microorganisms. Enzymes are used in food processing to convert starch to sugar, clarify fruit juice, or clot milk protein to make cheese. The GM microorganism is removed during food processing.

Baker says cultures used in dairy production, such as lactobacillus, are also increasingly derived from GM sources.

Organic certifiers require that organic food processors use enzymes derived from non-GM microorganisms.


I contacted Mineral-solutions and this was their response:

Hi Victor, "food grade" is the grade (as opposed to technical grade, reagent grade, pharmaceutical grade etc).

As for the Citric, I don't think that kind of data is given on MSDS sheets since it's a chemical rather than a food complex. That is to say it either is Citric acid or it isn't (from a molecular structure point of view), whereas a plant is a combination of many chemicals, enzymes, etc and has DNA which a chemical does not, so even if it was derivated from a GMO plant source, there are no genetics in citric acid.

We include citric free in the kit, but if you're unsure about it then citric acid is available very cheaply in supermarkets. It's usually found near salt, baking powder etc

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Hey Vick, I am a Health Minister for MMS and i have begun checking into the same question about non-GMO citric acid. It makes since that, if citric acid is the result of fermentation from two GMOs, then it is not necessarily a GMO product. However, i don't like anything GMO myself! I have found some products claiming "naturally fermented and Non-GMO" but that is not necessarily trustworthy. Unfortunately i don't think we can escape GMOs these days, especially with the massive cross-contamination. I am going to stick with product labelled GMO free just in case. I found some here https://www.cheesemaking.com/CitricAcid.html

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