My cat is 7 pounds and I want to give her the MMS to get rid of the Feline Leukemia Virus she has tested positive for. I've read the animal portion of Jim Humble's latest book, but I'm not sure that I understand the proper dosing for such a small animal.
It said 1 drop of MMS for every 50 lbs and said something about using a 1/2 drop for smaller animals. This might be a stupid question, but how do you get 1/2 a drop?!
Hi Missa, am looking at finding out whether or not anyone has had any success in treating a cat for feline leukemia, as am having mine tested next week, since our vet is suspicious and quite frankly I'm panicking!!!
Did you manage to treat yours? And if so would you mind sharing dosage etc... ?
debfrenette wrote: How is your cat now? I would just go ahead and give the MMS to the cat. You cannot really go wrong. I believe that the MMS will kill the virus.
sometimes in life we need to just jump right n and do what we need to do.
This year of the wood horse a particular time in which to grab reigns or lose opportunity.
Things will happen very quickly the first half of this Horse year is the prediction..
Virus kills require sticking with the protocol, whatever you decide, and MMS will prevent the protein food the virus needs from growing and the virus starves but only if we remain steady in our application of Chlorine Dioxide (CD/MMS)
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