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07 Dec 2012 07:38 #27846 by sushisushi
does MMS burn your skin? was created by sushisushi
I put a tiny drop on my leg to test it on a cut and it got itchy and I could tell that it was burning. I suspected it might that's why I just put a drop on an area you couldn't see. Is this normal for MMS?

If so how does it not burn the insides when we drink it?

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07 Dec 2012 13:43 #27850 by vector

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07 Dec 2012 16:24 #27851 by pam
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Sushi, I can tell you that MMS will cause an open sore to sting for a short time, as will CDS, however, they do not "burn the skin" - I use it all the time on my sores and cuts, and what happens is they sting a short bit and then start to heal immediately.

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08 Dec 2012 02:35 - 08 Dec 2012 02:36 #27876 by sushisushi
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Well the thing is it left a brown mark. Like it burned then discolored my skin (a burn scar) on the area I put it on. I thought maybe it was just coloring as it is brownish like the MMS solution but it won't come off. It's definitely a burn. At the time I felt the itchiness/burn like battery acid does.
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08 Dec 2012 03:26 #27882 by blondeambition3
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sushisushi wrote: I put a tiny drop on my leg to test it on a cut and it got itchy and I could tell that it was burning. I suspected it might that's why I just put a drop on an area you couldn't see. Is this normal for MMS?

If so how does it not burn the insides when we drink it?


'Undiluted' MMS can create a mild burn if you leave it on longer than a minute or so. Properly "diluted" MMS doesn't do this. The MMS we drink is usually sufficiently diluted with Juices and/or Water.

I sure wish I knew where to find Jim's precise information regarding this :oops:

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08 Dec 2012 03:29 - 08 Dec 2012 03:35 #27883 by blondeambition3
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sushisushi wrote: Well the thing is it left a brown mark. Like it burned then discolored my skin (a burn scar) on the area I put it on. I thought maybe it was just coloring as it is brownish like the MMS solution but it won't come off. It's definitely a burn. At the time I felt the itchiness/burn like battery acid does.


You applied the Sodium Chlorite straight out of the bottle undiluted/full strength.. is that correct?

IF that's what you did it would have been 'fine' if you wiped it off 'within 5 minutes of applying. This is an awesome way to treat deep burns immediately. I've had to use the MMS for superficial burns a few times and can personally testify it lessens the pain faster than pure Aloe Vera juice.

I finally found Jim's specific instructions;

Burn victims
Any burn should be sprayed with full strength MMS (no acid added) directly from a small spray bottle. Do not add citric acid or lemon juice at all. If you don’t have a spray bottle available apply MMS directly onto the burn, making sure the area is soaked with MMS.

Wait up to five minutes, but no longer before rinsing off. If you fail to rinse off, the burn will continue to hurt. On the other hand if you do rinse within 5 minutes the burn will heal in 1/4 the time normally required to heal. This includes all those terrible skin and flesh burns and it will save lives. The pain should stop immediately or reduce to almost zero within several minutes.

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08 Dec 2012 03:30 - 08 Dec 2012 03:31 #27884 by sushisushi
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blondeambition3 wrote:

sushisushi wrote: I put a tiny drop on my leg to test it on a cut and it got itchy and I could tell that it was burning. I suspected it might that's why I just put a drop on an area you couldn't see. Is this normal for MMS?

If so how does it not burn the insides when we drink it?


'Undiluted' MMS can create a mild burn if you leave it on longer than a minute or so. Properly "diluted" MMS doesn't do this. The MMS we drink is usually sufficiently diluted with Juices and/or Water.

I sure wish I knew where to find Jim's precise information regarding this :oops:

Excellent. That's why it burned. It was a cut so I didn't bother diluting it with water. That stuff is STRONG! Just a drop and the area is a brown burn. Crazy. I wonder how long it would take to go away or even if it will go away.

I put a mix of 2 drops MMS 1 drop acid on the area.
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08 Dec 2012 03:40 - 08 Dec 2012 03:41 #27886 by blondeambition3
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sushisushi wrote:

Excellent. That's why it burned. It was a cut so I didn't bother diluting it with water. That stuff is STRONG! Just a drop and the area is a brown burn. Crazy. I wonder how long it would take to go away or even if it will go away.

I put a mix of 2 drops MMS 1 drop acid on the area.




I 'should' have stated in this post '5' minutes or longer. I beg your pardon for the typo error :blush:

I don't have any reason not to believe it will go away in time... should heal very nicely. ;)

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08 Dec 2012 03:45 - 08 Dec 2012 03:45 #27888 by sushisushi
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blondeambition3 wrote:

sushisushi wrote:

Excellent. That's why it burned. It was a cut so I didn't bother diluting it with water. That stuff is STRONG! Just a drop and the area is a brown burn. Crazy. I wonder how long it would take to go away or even if it will go away.

I put a mix of 2 drops MMS 1 drop acid on the area.




I 'should' have stated in this post '5' minutes or longer. I beg your pardon for the typo error :blush:

I don't have any reason not to believe it will go away in time... should heal very nicely. ;)


Good thing I did a "test spot". :silly:
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