I wrote here less than a year ago about a dog we adopted who had mammary cancer. A few weeks a go she started limping. I took her to our vet and he felt her all over and didn't feel any lumps, did a test that showed she had 2 tick-born diseases that could cause lameness and put her on antibiotics. Well, the other day, I discovered a limp in her armpit of the leg she is limping on. I've been giving her 2x/day a meal w/coconut oil and turmeric, mixed w/a little ginger and thyme for taste w/her grain free low carb food. I put 3 drops of unactivated mms w/a little filtered water in a bowl next to it.
I now want to do DMSO w/mms. I've never used dmso before. Do I mix 10 drops activated w/a cap full from the 4 oz bottle? Will it sting her?
DMSO affects different people (and animals) differently. So, as we always say, start low and gradually work up the dose. I would say a cap full of DMSO would be a large dose for a human, much less a small animal. Try drops of DMSO. Jim says a maximum of 3 drops of 70% diluted DMSO per each activated drop of MMS1.
I would also trim away the hair covering the lump and apply undiluted CDS followed by DMSO onto the lump.
By the way, those supplements and oil your pet is getting will cancel out MMS. Dose them at a different time away from MMS doses. And, putting unactivated MMS in the pets animal water dish is questionable. A syringe with MMS1/CDH/CDS squirted into the mouth will be more effective. And you can add drops of DMSO to the solution in the syringe.
Jim's new ebook has a section on treating animals. Do you have the book
Yes, I have the book. I better read it.
I did not know that turmeric would cancel out mms. I know the other 2 have traces of vit c, but I didn't add much. The lump does not show until you feel around up in the cavity. I'm trying to avoid giving by mouth as my other dog who died 2yrs ago started to get mean when I'd syringe mms and I had to stop giving it. This dog does drink it. I get confused by reading so much...some say don't activate and some say otherwise.
"If all else fails, read the instruction manual." I have to remind myself to do the same on many subjects.
Unactivated MMS in water might work if something in the water activates it. If it does, then the CLO2 gas will quickly leave the water into the air. If the dog drinks water with some MMS in the water, it might activate in its stomach, which would be good.
If you used citric acid to activate MMS and gave that to your old dog, I can see why he/she didn't like it. Most humans don't like the taste of citric acid either, and for some, it upsets their stomach. You can add some nice tasting liquid to MMS1 in a syringe so the dog would accept it, even beg for it!
I don't understand why sellers of MMS products continue to sell citric acid when they have 4% HCL. If no one bought citric acid from them, they would soon stop carrying it. Boycott time.
If you can feel the lump, then you can apply CDS and DMSO to that location, externally.
I can print out of my copy - but I run an alternative operating system - Ubuntu Linux. You are probably running Windows with Adobe as the viewer - both only see you as a source of money.
Linux is free - all the software is free (well over overwhelmingly - after 7 years I haven't paid for anything) And you can install it along side with Windows (maybe not if you're running Windows 10) so you can dual boot
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