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Old 01-19-2010, 06:27 PM
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Hello to all

I have been following the MMS1 protocol since Jan 01 2010. (20 days)

I am taking 15/75 MMS/CITRIC Acid, 3 times per day presently. I have not once experienced any side effects or reactions to the product.

I am using MMS to try and rid my body of HSV2 Genital Herpes Virus. I am on day 8 of the full recommended dosage but still get Out Breaks. (think I have the super strain)

My question is, can I (has anyone else) increased to maybe 18 drops (for example) x 3 times a day to give myself an added boost or should I just stick with where I’m at for a suggested month or two as I have read in various sites??

Comments appreciated

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T

p.s. sorry admin, I began this thread in the alternate therapy section by mistake...feel free to remove it
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Old 01-27-2010, 05:09 AM
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I've been taking MMS for one month now battling low-risk HPV and have had no improvement so far. However, I am following Humble's instructions and take it every two hours, trying to cover 12 hours as recommended (he says that this prevents viruses from reforming as MMS is active for 2 hours the most), plus apply it topically 1-2 times a day (I leave it on). Humble says that viruses take a longer time and I expect to take it for another two months and will then try something else if it hasn't worked.

I cannot comment on the 18 drops except that 3x a day is no longer recommended (although still acceptable according to Humble), especially when fighting viruses. I have had side effects and after feeling very nauseous yesterday (2nd time) on only a 3 drop dose every two hours I will revert back to 2 drops (again) and will try capsules as just the thought of drinking it (even with camomile tea where I can't taste the MMS) makes me feel sick.

Good luck to you!
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Old 01-27-2010, 05:17 PM
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Thanks for your comments
I on the other hand have had my OB reduce significantly.
I applied MMS at one stage topically for a minute, dabbed it off but didnt wash with water and I got burnt badly. silly me
Feel free to follow my daily progress over at hubpages.
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I've been taking MMS for one month now battling low-risk HPV and have had no improvement so far. However, I am following Humble's instructions and take it every two hours, trying to cover 12 hours as recommended (he says that this prevents viruses from reforming as MMS is active for 2 hours the most), plus apply it topically 1-2 times a day (I leave it on). Humble says that viruses take a longer time and I expect to take it for another two months and will then try something else if it hasn't worked.

I cannot comment on the 18 drops except that 3x a day is no longer recommended (although still acceptable according to Humble), especially when fighting viruses. I have had side effects and after feeling very nauseous yesterday (2nd time) on only a 3 drop dose every two hours I will revert back to 2 drops (again) and will try capsules as just the thought of drinking it (even with camomile tea where I can't taste the MMS) makes me feel sick.

Good luck to you!
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Old 01-28-2010, 04:53 AM
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Hubpages?

I should have mentioned that I applied MMS topically using Humble's skin protocol (20 activated drops and fill up to 60ml with water). I doesn't burn and easily washes of with water. Did you apply it without water? Perhaps the reason for burning.
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