MMS 5 key pointers – new


MMS Update

5 Fundamentals for using MMS

 1. Repeated small doses

are more effective than large morning and evening doses. It has been demonstrated more than 1000 times that small doses administered often, up to once each hour, are more effective than large doses administered once or twice a day.

Duration of activity in the body

We now know that the chlorine dioxide chemical generated by MMS does not remain in the body more than one or two hours at most. The size of the dose does not seem to make a great deal of difference to the amount of time that MMS remains active in the body. That basically is because it doesn’t matter if it is a large amount or small amount it still deteriorates into mostly just table salt in an hour or two.

So in reading the various methods of using MMS, keep in mind – it is going to be much more effective to take MMS either each hour, or each two hours, and with smaller doses. 

If you are in the habit of taking larger MMS doses only in the morning and evening as was suggested in the past, MMS will still cleanse the body of microbes and pathogens. However, new research clearly reveals that a smaller-but-continuous circulation of ClO2 prevents regrouping and reproduction of pathogens, especially in situations where you are fighting a specific health issue – whether a cold or herpes or hepatitis, for example.

Maintenance dose

A maintenance dose is still the same as always, 6 drops a day of MMS along with the activator. That’s for older people and 6 drops twice a week for younger people, older people being over 60.

2. When to decrease drops

Decrease the number of drops as needed if diarrhoea or nausea occur, but do not stop taking MMS. Nausea and diarrhoea are both good indicator signs that MMS is working. Diarrhoea lasting for an hour or two is very good, but to keep it up for any amount of  time can cause more harm than good. So always decrease the drops when these temporary barriers arise – they are temporary in most cases. .

3. Maximum dosage

Never take more than 3 drops per hour unless in a life threatening condition. In the case of life threatening situation use protocol 2000*.

4. What to avoid

Avoid all forms of Vitamin C for two hours before and after use of MMS. This is a temporary requirement, necessary during the significant weeks of your ramping up to the level of drops where you can be considered to be “Cleaned Out.” If you are taking Vitamin C capsules marked as “12 hour” type, you will have to discontinue their use and only take capsules or tablets that do not indicate a timed action and take them only at night after MMS hours.

5. Maintenance of immune system

Thoughtfully maintain a nutrition program adequate to maintain your immune system. MMS takes unwanted pathogens and parasites out of your body with great efficiency, but it provides no nutritional minerals or vitamins. Maintain intake of friendly micro-organisms (acidophilus, and other flora). MMS itself does not destroy  intestinal friendly micro-organisms, but forceful diarrhea can sometimes reduce their numbers. Similarly, maintain intake of minerals – especially calcium and magnesium.

Nutritional intake is critical to the immune system. Daily sunshine on the skin will maintain your vitamin D or, if you rarely see the sun, it is recommended that you  maintain “D” with supplements – – essential for maintaining the immune system. While MMS is the most potent germicidal agent on the planet, only the immune system produces healing and maintenance of health.

The five fundamentals above are basic to all the various methods and protocols that are explained on this Web Site. Be sure to click through to the various specific protocols that are highlighted below.

**

Blessings,

Dr Ron Neer

www.voiceofmms.com

www.voiceofmmsblog.com

  * Available upon request from biosil@worldonline.co.za

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