MMS with solvent for blood-brain barrier
My first experiment with "boosted" activated MMS.
Date: 2/19/2008 5:36:36 PM ( 13 y ) ... viewed 3163 times
I put off doing my MMS doses today until I could get some of the solvent that they say enables it to work better. I did not know (I do now) the horrific cruel and violent testing that has been done with this (DMSO) - I KNEW there was a reason I'd heard about it before and had always rejected the idea of getting it when people recommended it. Now I've got some and I feel terrible about it.
I had my first "new" MMS and first dose of the day at about 5 p.m. - I misunderstood some not clear curezone directions about it and put 5 drops into my activated MMS of 18 drops plus 90. I think you're supposed to do equal drops of MMS and DMSO, though, so will do that next dose. It's been an hour or so. As another MMS/DMSO attempter on curezone noted, for me too it didn't taste different. It doesn't feel different at this point.
If there seems to be no discernible difference after a few days between what it feels like to take the MMS at 18x3 without DMSO and what it feels like to take it with it, I will not continue using the DMSO.
Anyway, for the benefit of knowledge base and range of experiences reported by real-life users, I'll report here if anything seems different now that I add the DMSO.
Tomorrow the paradophilus is supposed to arrive, so we shall see. The salespatter for that space-age probiotic (paradophilus.com) is that candida is one of the things it is best at treating amongst the things it is used for. But I will bet ANYTHING - any takers? - that I can start the first day on 4 or 5 capfuls of the stuff (which would be 180 or 225 times the dosage they say to start with because it's so strong at killing off yeast) and not feel die-off. That sounds like a horrible brag, as if I want it not to work: on the contrary, I'd be AMAZED if it had a die-off effect. That in itself would be a miracle for me, in decades of detox. I'm just trying to keep my hopes down lest they spring up as they always do and I get disappointed and discouraged.
It may be valuable for candida-fighters to read about real-life experience with paradophilus for fighting candida, particularly because of methods and products it is relatively unknown and not widely-used or -touted, and particularly, particularly because it is so expensive.
Wouldn't it be cool if...?
Had some organic romaine and organic cashews (non-raw) today and will have a big dinner. Food arrived today.
Thank you very much if anyone's reading - if not, see a more thrilling and "definitive" installment later on - maybe tomorrow!
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