Old vs New Protocol Effectiveness
Forum: Miracle Mineral Solution MMS
- Old vs New Protocol Effectiveness
I just switched to the 1000+ protocol [every hour with equal amounts of MMS and DMSO] (I have candida/fungal issues, heavy metals, FMS/CFS, GI issues, adrenal/thyroid/hormonals...the list goes on). However, it doesn't seem to be very effective. I'm up to 6 drops per hour (when you are supposed to do only 3) b/c I'm noticing no difference.
However when I was working my way up to 15 drops twice a day (the old protocol), I seemed to start to get the die-off reactions (it started in my throat: major congestion, phlegm, mucus, raspy voice, tiredness...no diarrhea/vomiting/nausea though, but my stomach felt "odd"). I always took it on an empty stomach (upon awakening and before bed, and i waited at least 2 hours to eat after taking it or 4 hours after eating. I didn't have to worry about what to eat or what supplements to take b/c I knew I could plan it out so that they wouldn't interact. (Plus, it is extremely inconvenient to mix a dose every hour...I tried the "pre-mix" idea to carry around all day, but it seemed to lose it's effectiveness).
I don't know if this 1000+ protocol works. Like some people have surmised, it seems like a lot of the doses would be useless due to the neutralization effects of food, supplements, etc.
Should I go back to the 15 drops BID and work up to three or four times a day? I don't want to cause too much oxidative stress, but I can take some Vit C between the MMS dosages (with enough time in between).
Have most people benefited from the old or new protocol?
I appreciate anyone's advice, for there is not a lot of info about MMS out there.
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