I'm an antique (76), so much of the usual. I got DMSO to deal with my
arthritis and don't think it did very well, though sometimes topical application
would relieve muscle pain, but not joint stuff. I'm also hoping that MMS
will help with my arthritis too. I don't have it bad, but hands and
fingers don't work like they once did. Other than that I have claudication
(a form of peripheral artery disease - cramping in the legs when walking, but
have had great relief in that area from surgeries), hearing loss and tinnitus.
I do have slightly elevated blood pressure and was hoping that MMS would help
with that, but nothing there so far.
So I'm anxious to see if long-term use of MMS will help the arteries. I
do not have arthrosclerosis, which is hardening of the arteries. Mine were
found to be very elastic, it's just the plaque that I would like to clean out.
I'm also a cancer survivor - 15 years symptom free, and I always have my eyes
open for anything that will prevent a reoccurrence, so when I saw the hoopla
about MMS and cancer, that caught my attention.