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Old 03-28-2008, 09:36 AM
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2cb, thank you for your contribution to this discussion.
There are those who will be fearful of MMS, and there will be those who supplement with it. As always, there will be divided opinions. I used it for 2 weeks and noticed no changes (I had no particular problems during the MMS time).
Husband also used it for the same time span, but stopped using it due to constant nausea.
If we are affected by a flu, or other plague we shall use it then.

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I have used MMS every day since September 2007. I am thrilled to report that I can now breath like a normal person. For nearly 60 years, I have not been able to do so. Fungus overload. I'm convinced that the fungus is not obliterated; so I will continue a daily dose of 6 or more drops. I never thought I would get this far. 7 months is worth it.

First thing it did was to clear up external fungus problems; even though I was only using it internally. Toenail fungus was the first to go. Then jock itch. Also, solar keratosis, not a fungus, cleared. It just dried up and flaked off and did not return.

Next, it wiped out the fungi in the bloodstream, where MMS does most of its work. And why not? Chlorine dioxide is used in municipal water systems to destroy pathogens. It should have not problem in my blood system.

It continue to fine tune my intestines, where the fungus starts.

So, my point is that the very minor risk, if any at all, is worth the reward.

The amount of chlorine dioxide, in the MMS protocol is way minor in contrast to the laboratory studies. It is sodium chlorite in its beginning. This is diluted to 28% in distilled water; which is diluted further by adding a half cup of water or juice. By the time it is ingested, the chlorine dioxide is less that 1 ppm. Many hundreds of people have been using sodium chlorite, which is converted to chlorine dioxide, for many years with no problem. They have been using it in a product, called Stabilized Oxygen.

I will always want chlorine dioxide on my side at any outbreak of flu or pandemic.
jfh, are you going to quit MMS for a while to see if the problem has been taken care of? or continue taking it?
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jfh, are you going to quit MMS for a while to see if the problem has been taken care of? or continue taking it?
scorpio,
That's a question I ask myself each time I mix the solution. I'm afraid to quit abruptly. I've dealt with my sinus and constipation problems for as long as I can remember; and I remember back to the 50s. Even on MMS, I occasionally revert back to the problem. Every time I have sinus congestion, it is shortly (same day) followed by constipation, however mild. And thanks for the stoneroot suggestion. It does make the sinus congestion milder, less painful.

I am taking a daily dose of 6 drops. However, I have taken time off recently. I stopped it for 2 days. It thankfully stopped the detox symptoms; but I just wonder if the fungus continues to build in the absence of the chlorine dioxide. That is the purpose of the maintenance dose. I wonder if anyone ever really gets rid of fungus completely.

I'm not worried about chemical dependency on MMS. It is not cumulative. It lasts no longer than 12 hours. I just worry that anything that has retreated will take advantage of the situation.

BTW. Some of my food allergies have diminished too. I can now eat eggs and pineapple. Still have problems with milk; but not cheese. I'm convinced that the fungus caused Leaky Gut Syndrome for years and years. I think that must be clearing now. I've used l-glutamine, Kolorex, zinc, aloe vera and a few other herbs for LGS. I also recently added FibroBoost (Ecklonia cava brown algae) recently discussed on this forum. I think that has helped my digestive system greatly. I can't take the blood thinning herbs or aspirin; so the FibroBoost is a reasonable substitute in some ways.
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That's a question I ask myself each time I mix the solution. I'm afraid to quit abruptly. I've dealt with my sinus and constipation problems for as long as I can remember; and I remember back to the 50s. Even on MMS, I occasionally revert back to the problem. Every time I have sinus congestion, it is shortly (same day) followed by constipation, however mild. And thanks for the stoneroot suggestion. It does make the sinus congestion milder, less painful.

I am taking a daily dose of 6 drops. However, I have taken time off recently. I stopped it for 2 days. It thankfully stopped the detox symptoms; but I just wonder if the fungus continues to build in the absence of the chlorine dioxide. That is the purpose of the maintenance dose. I wonder if anyone ever really gets rid of fungus completely.

I'm not worried about chemical dependency on MMS. It is not cumulative. It lasts no longer than 12 hours. I just worry that anything that has retreated will take advantage of the situation.
Congratualations on your success, jfh.
I agree with you, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".
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That's a question I ask myself each time I mix the solution. I'm afraid to quit abruptly. I've dealt with my sinus and constipation problems for as long as I can remember; and I remember back to the 50s. Even on MMS, I occasionally revert back to the problem. Every time I have sinus congestion, it is shortly (same day) followed by constipation, however mild. And thanks for the stoneroot suggestion. It does make the sinus congestion milder, less painful.
Jfh, you mentioned that you tried antibiotics, and that cleared up the sinus infection for... how long?

but it came back as soon as you stopped the antibiotics? is that true? or did it take a while? how long?

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I am taking a daily dose of 6 drops. However, I have taken time off recently. I stopped it for 2 days. It thankfully stopped the detox symptoms; but I just wonder if the fungus continues to build in the absence of the chlorine dioxide. That is the purpose of the maintenance dose. I wonder if anyone ever really gets rid of fungus completely.

I'm not worried about chemical dependency on MMS. It is not cumulative. It lasts no longer than 12 hours. I just worry that anything that has retreated will take advantage of the situation.

BTW. Some of my food allergies have diminished too. I can now eat eggs and pineapple. Still have problems with milk; but not cheese. I'm convinced that the fungus caused Leaky Gut Syndrome for years and years. I think that must be clearing now. I've used l-glutamine, Kolorex, zinc, aloe vera and a few other herbs for LGS. I also recently added FibroBoost (Ecklonia cava brown algae) recently discussed on this forum. I think that has helped my digestive system greatly. I can't take the blood thinning herbs or aspirin; so the FibroBoost is a reasonable substitute in some ways.
well, I agree with Iggy.. if this is the only thing that has worked (in a sustained way) and you can breathe now.. then that is a good reason to take it. Not being able to breathe easily creates a lot of stress on the body, plus not being able to sleep well. Just having the improvement in those 2 areas will probably bring improvement to your overall health.
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scorpio, I have had sinus related breathing problems for as long as I can remember. I've been to doctors numerous times with no results. At the end of 2006, it was worse than ever. Nothing worked. Not iodine, olive leaf extract, oil of oregano, or colloidal silver. I did not know about MMS at that time. I knew this was unusual. I did not want to deal with it either. Months later, in 2007, I went to my new doctor. He gave me some antibiotics. I told him I never have had antibiotics and did not really want them. He said they were for 10 days only and were very powerful for a specific bacteria. They worked very well to bring me back to normal; which was still not desirable but managable after so many years.

It is only the MMS that has changed this. Only an occasional congestion much milder than my lifetime struggle.

I agree with you about stress. My serious congestion got much worse when I knew that my job was going to India without me. I knew I was too old to compete with the younger more clever people in my industry (computers). I can be cheaper; but I can't be younger. Also, this industry changes so fast. I've had to learn so many new languages and protocols over the years. I'm not too old to learn. I'm just too old to want to anymore. So I decided to retire. The only way to do this was to sell my home in CA and buy elsewhere for cash. That mean much more stress. The move alone nearly got me. My stress level is now far better than ever. I love retirement (at 59). I wish I could have done it earlier.
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The reason I asked about the antibiotics, is if they worked (if only for a while), then it would seem that there is a definitely bacterial component to this.

Just wondering if there is some underlying chronic infection that is causing the other problems.

but.. I don't know much about fungus.. don't know if antibiotics work with fungus or not.

but the idea is, if something works- even if only for a little while - then what does it target? can that help figure out what is causing the problem to begin with?

and.. I'm glad you are in a place now where you don't have the stress you had before. sounds like you made the right move.
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Old 04-01-2008, 11:00 AM
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I'm getting more familiar with fungi. That's what my ND of 2005-2006 said is my problem. I guess I must have fungus roots everywhere. No doubt picked up when I was a boy on a small farm.

The fungi, or whatever, caused excess mucous in my sinuses. I have a strong immune system. This is its response to the invader. I seldom have colds and have never had the flu. A real strong immune system.

When I decided to take the antibiotics, I figure something must have really gotten blocked. If mucous cannot drain properly, it can stagnate and become infected. This must have happened to me. I had tried using neti pot, water pik, silver nasal spray, etc. So, I'm talking really blocked. This must have infected the tissue of the sinus. It went down into my jaw and teeth.

It's over. However, I won't hesitate to see the MD again, if ever I get into the situation where powerful naturals or MMS can't help.
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Thanks for that news, jfh.
It's wonderful that MMS has benefited you so much.
As you say, it so very dilute by the time gets to your blood stream, that any harmful effects noted with stronger solutions is not relevant.
Congratulations on finding something so helpful to you, and for letting us know about.
I have had similar results but not quite as extensive. However, I'm having problems with RA (Rheumatid Arthritis).
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I prefer video content.
You can copy the raw video file once it has loaded completely in your browser by using a little freeware program called VideoCacheView. I use it to store YouTube videos locally.
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