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Breakthrough! MMS The Miracle Mineral Supplement of the 21st Century update mms2 pg 51

 
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Serrapeptase, nattokinase, and supposedly bromelain break down fibrin. I have just started testing it, so my recommendation might have been premature.

There is little danger from a stroke by taking the above, in fact, they are much more likely to minimize the risk. I don't know what effect MMS has on clogged arteries.


We are basically talking about biofilms. I believe either:

a) the microbes can become MMS resistant

and/or

b) They can find a way to shelter themselves in biofilms that MMS doesn't readily dissolve.

If the answer is a), then its important to take it without interruption and at high enough doses the first time, and for a long enough period of time.


If the answer is b) then MMS with the aid of the right enzymes would be the way to go, if it didn't work the first time alone.


Fibrin eventually becomes a problem for most people. Poor eyesight, stroke, heart disease, you name it. So the above mentioned enzymes are generally beneficial, in this specific case, they may be beneficial as a aid to the MMS the problem with the first two is that they are powerful antioxidants which could cancel out the MMS.
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Hi Geoffrey, thanks for the reply. I'm not student of chemistry, other than the classes I took back in engineering school, but I have noticed that CQ-10 (reportedly a powerful anti-oxidant) doesn't help with the MMS typical diarrhea/nausea if I take a bit too much by accident. I have assumed this means that it FAILS to neutralize the MMS, therefore-> all anti-oxidants are not neutralizing MMS equally.

I have been somewhat concerned about using MMS on a regular basis, because of it's obvious affinity for destroying anti-oxidants, and Vitamin C is said to be instrumental in preventing fibrin buildup in the arteries. (preventing arteriosclerosis and the symptoms you mentioned) This is why I commented on using bromelain to break down fibrin. I have read that high enough doses of Vitamin C, prevent arteriosclerosis, but won't break down the fibrin, once formed on the artery walls. Since MMS is distributed by the bloodstream, I think your idea of breaking down fibrin could be fairly important. Please let us know what your experimentation reveals!

Just fyi, I've recently used activated MMS with DMSO topically, to shrink cancerous tumors on our oldest dog, and besides the reduction in size, he has become much more playful and energetic and even went on a long walk with me yesterday. (In case anyone reads this who wants to try it, I've used 10 drops MMS activated, then added a few tablespoons of DMSO and smeared it right onto the fur covering the tumors, and let it soak in. Be sure to do this outside on the grass, or someplace where the extremely corrosive MMS mixture won't destroy a decorative surface.)

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Serrapeptase, nattokinase, and supposedly bromelain break down fibrin. I have just started testing it, so my recommendation might have been premature.

There is little danger from a stroke by taking the above, in fact, they are much more likely to minimize the risk. I don't know what effect MMS has on clogged arteries.


We are basically talking about biofilms. I believe either:

a) the microbes can become MMS resistant

and/or

b) They can find a way to shelter themselves in biofilms that MMS doesn't readily dissolve.

If the answer is a), then its important to take it without interruption and at high enough doses the first time, and for a long enough period of time.


If the answer is b) then MMS with the aid of the right enzymes would be the way to go, if it didn't work the first time alone.


Fibrin eventually becomes a problem for most people. Poor eyesight, stroke, heart disease, you name it. So the above mentioned enzymes are generally beneficial, in this specific case, they may be beneficial as a aid to the MMS the problem with the first two is that they are powerful antioxidants which could cancel out the MMS.


Whoa...G, careful there. If one is fighting / experiencing atherosclorosis, this could be a potentially dangerous combo IF the person has not taken measures to build the strength and integrity of the blood vessel and artery walls, say with a protocol of Vit C before embarking on this. One needs to ensure the vessels and arteries are not at risk of collapsing from such a fast 'cleaning', at minimum, or creating a thrombosis.

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 Quoting: TX PATRIOT 701677


Right, Texas Patriot..This was my thinking too. We are in uncharted waters with the COMBINATION of MMS/Bromelain/and DMSO (for some people here)

The possible depletion of Vitamin C is the reason I have been reluctant to maintain a constant regimen of MMS, past the time when it is needed to reduce symptoms.

I'm so grateful for the "advent" of MMS, because up until now, we've pretty much had to go to MD's, hat in hand and beg for something to cure our ills. (not to mention that the trip itself to doctor's office, or hospital ER often gets the patient sicker than staying home)

But it might not be the best idea to give this stuff to grandma with DMSO and without a word of caution. It might work a little TOO well! (for example, the combination of Bromelain and DMSO)
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I have been somewhat concerned about using MMS on a regular basis, because of it's obvious affinity for destroying anti-oxidants, and Vitamin C is said to be instrumental in preventing fibrin buildup in the arteries. (preventing arteriosclerosis and the symptoms you mentioned) This is why I commented on using bromelain to break down fibrin. I have read that high enough doses of Vitamin C, prevent arteriosclerosis, but won't break down the fibrin, once formed on the artery walls. Since MMS is distributed by the bloodstream, I think your idea of breaking down fibrin could be fairly important. Please let us know what your experimentation reveals!
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Vitamin C also forms collagen that holds the cells together; therefore, strengthening the arterial and vessel walls (as well as the bones, teeth, skin, tendons, arteries, joints and the eye).

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WELCOME BACK TXP

HOPE YOU ENJOYED YOUR TRIP AND NOTICED A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SINGAPORE AND MALAYSIA.

GL
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Right, Texas Patriot..This was my thinking too. We are in uncharted waters with the COMBINATION of MMS/Bromelain/and DMSO (for some people here)

The possible depletion of Vitamin C is the reason I have been reluctant to maintain a constant regimen of MMS, past the time when it is needed to reduce symptoms.

I'm so grateful for the "advent" of MMS, because up until now, we've pretty much had to go to MD's, hat in hand and beg for something to cure our ills. (not to mention that the trip itself to doctor's office, or hospital ER often gets the patient sicker than staying home)

But it might not be the best idea to give this stuff to grandma with DMSO and without a word of caution. It might work a little TOO well! (for example, the combination of Bromelain and DMSO)
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Cross post. =)

This is the reason I haven't 'allowed' one of my loved ones, who has atherosclorosis and a hx of TIAs, to take MMS (even without DMSO). He won't stay on a Vit C protocol long enough to offset the risk.

Yes, definitely uncharted waters.

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WELCOME BACK TXP

HOPE YOU ENJOYED YOUR TRIP AND NOTICED A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SINGAPORE AND MALAYSIA.

GL
 Quoting: GREY LENSMAN 701463


Thanks, GL! We planned a one month stay in Malaysia and loved it so much, we spent three months! Sibu, Tioman, KL, Taman Negara, Cameron Highlands and almost a month on Perhentian Kecil. Fantastic country and many new friends.

And now I sit in Bangkok. ;)

Taking my MMS (much thanks to you) because I developed one nasty yeast infection that spread to my kidneys. So far, MMS seems to be knocking it out if I compare my pain levels from yesterday to today.

How are you?

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TXP

BUSY AS USUAL.

ENJOY YOURSELVES IN BANGKOK, A LOT TO SEE AND DO THERE. IF YOU CAN TAKE THE TRAIN TO CHANGMAI, WONDERFUL TRIP.

TOTALLY DIFFERENT AGAIN TO MALAYSIA AND SINGERS.

GLAD TO SEE ENZYMES MENTIONED HERE. THEY ARE VITAL AND MOSTLY OVERLOOKED. EVER WONDERED WHY A HUMAN PANCREAS IS SO BIG?

GL
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TXP

BUSY AS USUAL.

ENJOY YOURSELVES IN BANGKOK, A LOT TO SEE AND DO THERE. IF YOU CAN TAKE THE TRAIN TO CHANGMAI, WONDERFUL TRIP.

TOTALLY DIFFERENT AGAIN TO MALAYSIA AND SINGERS.

GLAD TO SEE ENZYMES MENTIONED HERE. THEY ARE VITAL AND MOSTLY OVERLOOKED. EVER WONDERED WHY A HUMAN PANCREAS IS SO BIG?

GL
 Quoting: GREY LENSMAN 701463


I had an MD tell me once that if he had to choose only one Vit/supplement to take himself, it would be digestive enzymes.

We took the train to Bangkok and plan to do the same from here to Chang Mai, but we are enjoying Bangkok so much, we don't know when we are making the move. Yes, very different but I like the general vibe. I am, however, contemplating having a T-shirt printed on the back that says: "No, I don't want a tuk-tuk" LOL

Glad to hear you are well! Best, as always.
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<snip>

I have been somewhat concerned about using MMS on a regular basis, because of it's obvious affinity for destroying anti-oxidants, and Vitamin C is said to be instrumental in preventing fibrin buildup in the arteries. (preventing arteriosclerosis and the symptoms you mentioned) This is why I commented on using bromelain to break down fibrin. I have read that high enough doses of Vitamin C, prevent arteriosclerosis, but won't break down the fibrin, once formed on the artery walls. Since MMS is distributed by the bloodstream, I think your idea of breaking down fibrin could be fairly important. Please let us know what your experimentation reveals!
<snip>


Vitamin C also forms collagen that holds the cells together; therefore, strengthening the arterial and vessel walls (as well as the bones, teeth, skin, tendons, arteries, joints and the eye).

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 Quoting: TX PATRIOT 701677


Paradoxically, my skin looks and feels "tighter" after a few days on a basic MMS regimen. Also, people who have aged gums, report that their teeth feel "tighter". I buy a sodium chlorite-based mouthwash, and we use it in the dog's ears beside gargling with it, which you'd think would also be a great treatment for initial cold and flu symptoms, but for me, doesn't seem to do that much.

I also (just fyi) use the sodium chlorite mouthwash product to irrigate my ear canals if I feel like I'm getting sick. This DOES seem to make a difference, although I can't tell if it's more effective than plain 'ol hydrogen peroxide.

I DO take vitamins though, and since CQ-10 (400mg daily) is so expensive, I try to put as much space between my MMS dosing and vitamin dosing as possible. (I don't want the MMS to work on the vitamins!)
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I ENJOY THE TRAIN FROM HERE TO THERE AS WELL. MAKES A RELAXED CHANGE.

GOOD IDEA ABOUT THE T-SHIRT

DONT FORGET TO ENJOY THE FOOD AND IF YOU CAN GET TO THE FISH MARKET RESTAURANT. ITS A FISH MARKET WHERE YOU CAN BUY ANYTHING, THEY THEN COOK IT FOR YOU HOW YOU WANT IT. AWESOME.

ITS OVERLOOKED THAT ENZYMES FORM A MAJOR PART OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM.

GL
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Right, Texas Patriot..This was my thinking too. We are in uncharted waters with the COMBINATION of MMS/Bromelain/and DMSO (for some people here)

The possible depletion of Vitamin C is the reason I have been reluctant to maintain a constant regimen of MMS, past the time when it is needed to reduce symptoms.

I'm so grateful for the "advent" of MMS, because up until now, we've pretty much had to go to MD's, hat in hand and beg for something to cure our ills. (not to mention that the trip itself to doctor's office, or hospital ER often gets the patient sicker than staying home)

But it might not be the best idea to give this stuff to grandma with DMSO and without a word of caution. It might work a little TOO well! (for example, the combination of Bromelain and DMSO)


Cross post. =)

This is the reason I haven't 'allowed' one of my loved ones, who has atherosclorosis and a hx of TIAs, to take MMS (even without DMSO). He won't stay on a Vit C protocol long enough to offset the risk.

Yes, definitely uncharted waters.

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 Quoting: TX PATRIOT 701677


I have given MMS to elderly friends with no bad effects and good results. They tend to respond more slowly than younger folks but they are more resolute in their regimen.

I wouldn't worry about small doses, and I should mention that I haven't had any observable problems with Vitamin C deficiency symptoms from anyone I've seen. I'm not a health practitioner, although once people find out that you may have help or a cure for the "incurable", you sort of become a practitioner, whether you want to or not. I'm also very interested in Royal Rife technology and have several thousand invested in frequency generating equipment. (which, contrary to idiocy, also works beautifully for some)
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I ENJOY THE TRAIN FROM HERE TO THERE AS WELL. MAKES A RELAXED CHANGE.

GOOD IDEA ABOUT THE T-SHIRT

DONT FORGET TO ENJOY THE FOOD AND IF YOU CAN GET TO THE FISH MARKET RESTAURANT. ITS A FISH MARKET WHERE YOU CAN BUY ANYTHING, THEY THEN COOK IT FOR YOU HOW YOU WANT IT. AWESOME.

ITS OVERLOOKED THAT ENZYMES FORM A MAJOR PART OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM.

GL
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And that's what we kill with cooking our food.

Thanks for the restaurant recommendation. I am particularly enjoying the tom yum nam khon soups (coconut milk-based). Can't get enough of them!

But they do eat some strange things here: roasted scorpions and grasshoppers on the cart come immediately to mind.

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ITS OVERLOOKED THAT ENZYMES FORM A MAJOR PART OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM.

GL
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Digestive enzymes are turning out to be an effective solution for the symptoms of Autism and other vaccine injury diseases. Because these kids suffer from "leaky gut syndrome" or incomplete digestion and protein contamination of the bloodstream, the digestive enzymes are able to reduce symptoms in "problem children" in just a few weeks.

As you are probably aware, the gut chemistry controls over 70% of the immune system.

That's why I'm so interested in Geoffrey's idea of using enzymes with MMS. Up to now, I've been strictly AVOIDING taking any supplements (other than DMSO) with the MMS protocol.

You may be aware that many in the professional community now think that genetic predisposition to mercury toxicity (from vaccines, amalgam fillings, fish, eye drops, etc.) contribute to the unbelievable surge in ADD behavior (in the general population) and Autistic Spectrum disorder (ASD) in children.

If this is effective, GLP may suffer, when all the ADD and OCD people are cured. lol
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I have given MMS to elderly friends with no bad effects and good results. They tend to respond more slowly than younger folks but they are more resolute in their regimen.

I wouldn't worry about small doses, and I should mention that I haven't had any observable problems with Vitamin C deficiency symptoms from anyone I've seen. I'm not a health practitioner, although once people find out that you may have help or a cure for the "incurable", you sort of become a practitioner, whether you want to or not. I'm also very interested in Royal Rife technology and have several thousand invested in frequency generating equipment. (which, contrary to idiocy, also works beautifully for some)
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Many thanks for sharing your experiences. My intuition is telling me not to proceed with this person until he ramps up the vit C. I've regrettably ignored my gut feeling too many times in my life. Alarmist possibly but I don't want this to be one of those regrets.

I like this testimonial on tighter skin with MMS, which also makes sense if one is destroying skin pathogens. I have recently lost a decent amount of weight in a relatively short period of time while traveling, and I've created saggy skin syndrome. Between the MMS combined with a separate Vit C protocol (and continued exercise), I would like to see some of the saggy skin tightened up. I've personally never taken MMS internally longer than five days (used only to eradicate acute infection for me...Clara's 6&6 protocol...as well as mouth wash and teeth brushing). I'll have to give it a longer go to see what other benefits can be realized.

Although I haven't studied or researched Rife technology to any degree, the science just seems sound. It would be great for you to start a thread on your experiences as you proceed for the education of others.
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If this is effective, GLP may suffer, when all the ADD and OCD people are cured. lol
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Very funny!!

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I had an MD tell me once that if he had to choose only one Vit/supplement to take himself, it would be digestive enzymes.


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lol... maybe I should call myself "Bangkok Patriot" since I'm south of Austin?

It's funny you should mention that MD's advice. In thinking back, I bought a case of digestive enzymes years ago, and felt better during that time than I can remember. The only problem was "number 2" was very soft and hard to wipe completely. But no flatulence or problems with spicy (hot) foods, etc.

I think I'm going to get me another case of those and give it another go. (enzyme-prime I think was the trade name) It's from a Texas company, and the chemist there learned his enzyme trade by working on the governments dime, doing research into how street drugs affect the brain. He developed enzymes to enhance transmission of THC, if my memory serves.
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I like this testimonial on tighter skin with MMS, which also makes sense if one is destroying skin pathogens. I have recently lost a decent amount of weight in a relatively short period of time while traveling, and I've created saggy skin syndrome. Between the MMS combined with a separate Vit C protocol (and continued exercise), I would like to see some of the saggy skin tightened up. I've personally never taken MMS internally longer than five days (used only to eradicate acute infection for me...Clara's 6&6 protocol...as well as mouth wash and teeth brushing). I'll have to give it a longer go to see what other benefits can be realized.

Although I haven't studied or researched Rife technology to any degree, the science just seems sound. It would be great for you to start a thread on your experiences as you proceed for the education of others.
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 Quoting: TX PATRIOT 701677


MMS is interesting stuff. There's a company called Frontier Pharmaceuticals who makes a mouthwash and toothpaste we use daily. The mouthwash is a very tasty solution of activated sodium chlorite and really works great on gums. My wife has always had borderline heart problems and as you probably know, many heart problems are traceable back to mouth/gum problems.

The mouthwash isn't real cheap like MMS, but it IS bearable to swish in your mouth! And it tastes almost like listerine, with none of the CLO2 smell. They don't use a citric acid activation and it's activated with a different acid that works much faster. It can achieve usable strength in 15 seconds.

They ALSO make a skin defoliater that they claim works better than similar products costing over $100!

The funny thing is, MMS is an extreme oxidizer and will actually burn your skin if activated MMS is left on for more than a minute or so. (depending on what skin you leave it) So you wouldn't want to put MMS on your face and leave it.

It also will ETCH TEETH at full strength, but the Frontier toothpaste works beautifully and keeps teeth white without abrasives.

But in blood vessels (which are designed to carry oxygenated blood) and your (hydrochloric acid) stomach, etc., MMS is perfectly safe! (not corrosive)

Now, I never try it topically, except for getting rid of moles and suspicious spots, etc, but I SUPPOSE that MMS-forumlated skin conditioner would work pretty well!

On the subject of Rife....I tend to get mad about subjects that are interesting to me, when arguments break out that are obviously so ignorant that I find myself wasting all day trying to convince someone that doesn't want to be convinced....only argue.

Rife technology is amazing stuff. The deeper you look, the more impressive it becomes, both historically and with the results that have been achieved and are being achieved now.

I've used it myself, seen the results myself, and been able to DUPLICATE the results across several similar cases and with different problems.

MMS is an ideal adjunct to Rife treatments because neither of them are dangerous (when used correctly) and Rife treatments have virtually no side effects so that drug interactions (like the ones we've been discussing) don't come into play.
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Anyone know an effective way to test which an antioxidant supplements reacts with MMS and to what degree? I think that would be helpful information.
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Anyone know an effective way to test which an antioxidant supplements reacts with MMS and to what degree? I think that would be helpful information.
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I have used CLO2 test strips (available from Cole) to test available chlorine dioxide and compare doses, etc. (I've been using MMS for almost 2 years now. I started when Jim Humble first announced his "discovery" back in late 2007.)

The test strips have to be used correctly. It's not like water ph strips which are very forgiving. I haven't tested the depletion of clo2 with citric acid using the test strips because they are not made for use with anything but clo2. That's not to say it won't work...it's just that I don't know.

Since water dilution does matter in clo2 strength, you'd probably have make equivalent volume solutions and try it that way. Don't add water to dissolve vitamin c, then forget to add the same amount of water (only) to the control sample.
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I have used CLO2 test strips (available from Cole) to test available chlorine dioxide and compare doses, etc. (I've been using MMS for almost 2 years now. I started when Jim Humble first announced his "discovery" back in late 2007.)

The test strips have to be used correctly. It's not like water ph strips which are very forgiving. I haven't tested the depletion of clo2 with citric acid using the test strips because they are not made for use with anything but clo2. That's not to say it won't work...it's just that I don't know.

Since water dilution does matter in clo2 strength, you'd probably have make equivalent volume solutions and try it that way. Don't add water to dissolve vitamin c, then forget to add the same amount of water (only) to the control sample.




Thanks, that's good info. It would be great to test my supplements so I can see potential reactions with MMS.
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Well, I've had more time with the addition of bromelain to the MMS.

I feel a heaping teaspoon of bromelain does make the MMS more effective, and is quite easy to take added to the MMS with juice. I have found no problems with it taking it 5-6 times a day, but everyone is different. Some people don't tolerate bromelain well.

I would guess in my case, it makes the MMS 50% more effective, but nothing conclusive yet. I went through nearly a pound of bromelain so far.
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Although I haven't studied or researched Rife technology to any degree, the science just seems sound. It would be great for you to start a thread on your experiences as you proceed for the education of others.

On the subject of Rife....I tend to get mad about subjects that are interesting to me, when arguments break out that are obviously so ignorant that I find myself wasting all day trying to convince someone that doesn't want to be convinced....only argue.

Rife technology is amazing stuff. The deeper you look, the more impressive it becomes, both historically and with the results that have been achieved and are being achieved now.

I've used it myself, seen the results myself, and been able to DUPLICATE the results across several similar cases and with different problems.

MMS is an ideal adjunct to Rife treatments because neither of them are dangerous (when used correctly) and Rife treatments have virtually no side effects so that drug interactions (like the ones we've been discussing) don't come into play.
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Although I haven't studied or researched Rife technology to any degree, the science just seems sound. It would be great for you to start a thread on your experiences as you proceed for the education of others.

On the subject of Rife....I tend to get mad about subjects that are interesting to me, when arguments break out that are obviously so ignorant that I find myself wasting all day trying to convince someone that doesn't want to be convinced....only argue.

Rife technology is amazing stuff. The deeper you look, the more impressive it becomes, both historically and with the results that have been achieved and are being achieved now.

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I've used it myself, seen the results myself, and been able to DUPLICATE the results across several similar cases and with different problems.

MMS is an ideal adjunct to Rife treatments because neither of them are dangerous (when used correctly) and Rife treatments have virtually no side effects so that drug interactions (like the ones we've been discussing) don't come into play.


Hi there. Our family has a Portable Waveform Frequency Resonator. Please see my blogpost here:

[link to jeremyofmany.wordpress.com]

The Portable Waveform Frequency Resonator we have is shown in detail here:

[link to altered-states.net]

Full list of frequencies based on Rife's findings:

[link to altered-states.net]

Also, I feature the device early in one of my YouTube videos which you can view here:

www.youtube.com/user/jeremyofmany

To see all my links on Radio Frequency therapy, see that section on the right side of my blog's main page:

[link to jeremyofmany.wordpress.com]


Cheers,
Jeremy
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Thanks for the links, will check them out. BTW, this truly is an amazing supplement. Cleared up a bunch of little problems that my body exibited.
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I went to my local chemical

supplier and ordered 500 grams (about 1 pound of technical grade 80% sodium chlorite.) for about 30usd.

It took about 4 days to arrive. I also purchased 1 kilo of citric acid.

I made up a batch according to Jim direction in book 2. 100gr to 9oz distiller water. Heated in a

glass bowl.Very low heat it hardly got warm. I could not get the bottles that Jim suggests, but found

another one that works. I checked the drop size and found they were the same. It ended up costing me

under $3usd for a 4 oz bottle. That includes the chlorite, citric acid, distilled water, and bottles.

I live in Thailand 1/2 the time and 1/2 in Hawaii the other half.

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Hi Rick.
I live in Bkok. Where can I get this stuff?
georgebigblue@gmail.com
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To Spearo
You can go to this site: www.miraclemineral.org and click on suppliers.
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Actually I look it up and the asia website is
www.miraclemineralasia.com and shipping is free in Thailand
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I am very sorry if this has already been answered but I did not see that it was though I tried to skim most of this material...
I have been suffering from some sort of Lymes/digestion/mold sensitivity who knows? problem which has ruined my life, but recently started taking mms. I take 6 or 7 drops twice a day. I am sleeping great now and my energy level is very good. Notice I am not bothered with the disturbing symptoms in my gut as much as I used to be...
Does MMS kill the important probiotics that live in yoour intestine as well as the other stuff....
How long should I keep this up? Please help as I don't know anyone else who is trying this....

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