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Re: MMS2 generates chlorine (edited)


Hello Slavek,

> The problem is... You may want to read...

> http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/MHMI/mmg184.html


I did. The writeup represents emergency procedures equvalent to MSDS in what may be considered a severe overdose by the substance subject to quantity, concentration, age of the exposed etc.

I consider this to be an unfair argument. The same can be found on thousands of substances many of which are essential to proper body functions.

> ...Jim Humble...homework goes...refuses to share his test procedures and his results can not be verified. That's as good as doing nothing at all.

His test results can be verified by personal experience. That is exactly what I have done with now Miracle-Mineral-Supplement 1 and so far so good, externally as well as internally, albeit not with 100% effect for some maladies. Still, from my experience, the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement 1 worked where orthodox and naturopathic routines have failed me.

> He originally indicated that chlorine dioxide would kill
> off all pathogens in the body...

He [Jim Humble] did and he was not 100% correct as far as I have tested Miracle-Mineral-Supplement 1 on myself. Lets say my experience is around 80% positive.

> I find it interesting that for the last 4 years he has
> been working with calcium hypochlorite. This would
> indicate that he knew 4 years ago that chlorine dioxide
> did not work and that he needed something else.

He has released MMS2 as a cancer fighting agent, that is the swimming pool mix containing calcium hypochlorite along with the chlorine release inhibitors. Here we are certainly dealing with pathogens, but also with some unknowns as causes of cancer. He also specifies prostate cancer and whatever the other one is. He also stated originally that MMS1 does away with cancer. I cannot test either MMS on me in this respect since I do not have a cancer. So, I do not know, but the chances are. It is also only natural that Jim Humble did not stop with MMS1.

> Jim Humble has spent several months in Africa using both
> MMS and MMS2. By now it seems like whole cities should
> have been relieved of malaria. Where are these success
> stories?

If you may, look up the info on malaria. Wikipedia will do. First of all malaria is a rural problem much more than a city problem, second of all MMS cures malaria fast as far as Jim testimonies go, but does not prevent reinfection. Reinfection is very likely and it would take many more Jim Humbles to put a dent into the numbers of people kept free of malaria in the malaria infested regions.

I consider yours an either uneducated, or an unfair argument.

All that said, I do not personally endorse, or recommend MMS2. I would have to test it first. But the chances are and I would certainly give it a chance before I would even consider to go the orthodox route. For all I care, poison or not, it is nowhere near as poisonous as any and every orthodox chemotherapy concoction and nowhere as dangerous as mutilation or nuking being the other two choices of the orthodox medical mob.

I can definitely recommend MMS1 though as listed below:

1) internal MMS1 against systemic fungal infections under the condition that preexisting health situation is seriously taken into consideration.
2) MMS1 oral rinses against infections of oral cavity in combination with DMSO, unconditionally.
3) Topical MMS1 against fungal infections of skin, feet and toenails in particular, in combination with DMSO, unconditionally.

Those I have tested on myself and found them 100% successful and fast.

MMS1/DMSO has failed to get a long term tooth abscess [established for 4-5 years]
MMS1 has failed to get a long term peritoneal cavity infection [established for 6 years].

And no, I am not ready to drag my naturopath into it for the purpose of verifiable reference. I use him more or less for diagnostics and go my own way doing my own homework. He's had nothing to do with my use of MMS1, he has only done the diagnostics for me before and after.

MMS1 is some $25 wherever it is obtained. I found it the best 25 bucks I have ever spent on a health remedy. Whoever is best served by doing his/her own research, testing and curing.

With kind regards, Slavek.




 

 
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