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Old 12-29-2007, 05:36 AM
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I'd love to hear some personal testimonies from real people.
Thanks! I am going to start it soon. I just bought mine.
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Old 12-29-2007, 06:49 AM
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Welcome canfree. Go to our blog, Health Salon, https://www.healthsalon.org/
Scroll down the list of links on the left and click on MMS testimonials. If you take the trouble to read this forum, you will find many personal references too.
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As I too wait patiently for my first bottle of MMS to arrive I am looking forward to sharing my future experiences on MMS with all of you. Namaste Jeff
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Old 12-29-2007, 08:14 AM
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Welcome, Mahgicmahn. I look forward to learning of your experiences. Husband was taking it - got up to 12 drops and felt ill for several days. He didn't persist with it.
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MMS has helped rid me of my Crohn's symptoms. Itis possible it is because Crohn's may be caused by a milk bacteria. The following is one of the latest findings regarding this bacteria.

"It is thought that the Mycobacteria make their way into the body’s system via cows’ milk and other dairy products. In cattle it can cause an illness called Johne's disease - a wasting, diarrhoeal condition. Until now, however, it has been unclear how this bacterium could trigger intestinal inflammation in humans.

Professor Jon Rhodes, from the University’s School of Clinical Sciences, explains: “Mycobacterium paratuberculosis has been found within Crohn’s disease tissue but there has been much controversy concerning its role in the disease. We have now shown that these Mycobacteria release a complex molecule containing a sugar, called mannose. This molecule prevents a type of white blood cells, called macrophages, from killing internalised E.Coli.”

Scientists have previously shown that people with Crohn’s disease have increased numbers of a ‘sticky’ type of E.coli and weakened ability to fight off intestinal bacteria. The suppressive effect of the Mycobacterial molecule on this type of white blood cell suggests it is a likely mechanism for weakening the body’s defence against the bacteria.

Professor Rhodes added: "We also found that this bacterium is a likely trigger for a circulating antibody protein (ASCA) that is found in about two thirds of patients with Crohn's disease, suggesting that these people may have been infected by the Mycobacterium."

The team is beginning clinical trials to assess whether an antibiotic combination can be used to target the bacteria contained in white blood cells as a possible treatment for Crohn’s disease."

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1210104002.htm

This scenario of both Mycobacterium paratuberculosis and out of control E-coli would explain why the MMS helped my condition so quickly. Of course, there have been other theories proposed on this disease, but my own experience using Rife frequency treatments seems to indicate that E-coli is involved with this disease.

I am now on Low Dose Naltrexone for`Crohn's but I will likely still use MMS on occasion to kill any of this rogue bacteria that may re-establish itself.

If the latest research turns out to be correct, it is likely all you would have to do is take MMS long enough to kill off all of this bacteria and the disease would be cured.

My wife has just started back up on it for her Lyme disease. She went two weeks without symptoms but last night her knees started to hurt. That is a symptom of the Lyme. The interesting part is that it is her first symptom. The MMS used for a short time has brought her back to the original symptom which has not happened before. Usually several areas of joint pain.

This time we will go for the kill. Since I was using an eye dropper to measure out the MMS, we have been using smaller doses than recommended. Now we will use the original dropper and dose properly. I have more confidence in the MMS and am not worried about using too much as I was before.

MMS has worked better than Samento, Cumanda and the Rife machine. All the other treatments helped a lot but nothing like the MMS.

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Old 12-29-2007, 05:03 PM
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I have the soto instrument machine and used it when I was sick. I think it helped.
But I am afraid the taste will be too bad to handle. Is it? Does it taste like bleach?
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Old 12-29-2007, 06:12 PM
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I have the soto instrument machine and used it when I was sick. I think it helped.
But I am afraid the taste will be too bad to handle. Is it? Does it taste like bleach?
The taste doesn't bother me, but it it did, I would take it unactivated and let the stomach acid activate it. I know that's not the Humble protocol, but two scientists on this board say there is no reason that stomach acid would not activate it. I've been giving it to my dog, unactivated for several weeks.

I just bought a bottle of citric acid powder. I emptied out my 15oz RealLime bottle and added 1 1/2 oz of citric acid powder and topped it off with distilled water. It tastes more tart than the lime juice, but not bad.

For myself, I just use MMS to clean my teeth and as a mouth wash. I wouldn't hesitate to use it for an infection, but I don't have anything chronic.

When I first tried MMS internally, I was suffering from a bladder infection and the MMS didn't help. I had to use an antibiotic, which immediately stopped it. The bladder infection returned in a few weeks. Maybe I should have continued taking the MMS internally, but I was leery of taking such a powerful unknown chemical.

The one time I took MMS in a big enough dose to induce nausea and diarrhea (16 drops), I felt invigorated and energetic the following day. I may repeat that just for a periodic tune-up.
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