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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 16 Dec 2014 15:38 #48486

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Hello All,

I am totally new to MMS but hopping MMS can help my dog with this recurring ear infections.

My boy Bruce gets approximately 2 times a years ear infections, usually yeast.

This time it is a combination yeast and bacteria and in both ears.

Up to now we used Dermotic ear drops successfully but now it seams the drops are not really helping.

What would be the protocol, or how should we use MMS?

I really would appreciate your imput and experience.

Thank you in advance.

PS: We are located in Australia.
Could you, please, recomend a reputable MMS supplier in Oz.

Thank you.

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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 16 Dec 2014 17:47 #48489

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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 17 Dec 2014 00:39 #48491

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Thank you for the replay.

How many ml is half a cup of water?

Is there anyone here who has some experience with yeast and bacteria ear infections?

Also, on this link are we talking about all fungus or just a specific type of fungus?

mmswiki.is/index.php?title=Fungus_control

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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 17 Dec 2014 00:46 #48492

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According to this conversion chart: www.taylormade.com.au/billspages/conversion_table.html
it would be 113.6526 ml.
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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 17 Dec 2014 12:54 #48495

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On this link are we talking about all fungus or just a specific type of fungus?

mmswiki.is/index.php?title=Fungus_control

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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 17 Dec 2014 15:11 #48497

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From what I understand, all fungus. There is one or two that do not respond well to MMS at all. It speaks of it in the article.

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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 18 Dec 2014 03:06 #48501

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How should one give clay to a dog in case of an ear infection?

Thanks

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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 18 Dec 2014 04:03 #48502

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I haven't used this on a dog's ear - but a donkey's - it works

from Jim's book (treating people)

"Bentonite Procedure
Purchase the clay and mix it with 50% Vaseline (petroleum jelly).
Then smear this liberally on the affected area. If this is your feet and
toes, put socks on over the mess and go ahead and go to work. If
this is anywhere else on the body, spread the affected area liberally,
cover it all with a clean cloth, and tape the cloth down. You will need
to put a fresh mixture on at least once every 8 hours. Regardless of
where the infection is, it will be gone in about 3 days after you begin
this regimen."

For "hot spots" on our neighbour's dog (shave the hair) then wash the area, then spray with a solution of MMS (10 drops / 30 ml distilled water) leave for a while (scientific eh?) then smear with the Bentonite clay mixture
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Dog Yeast & Bacterial Ear Infection 18 Dec 2014 10:54 #48504

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Does that mean one could smear the betonite clay all around the ear?

I would assume it can not be administered inside the ear like the ear canal where all that ugly yeast is hidding?.

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