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MMS overdose, by Jim Humble 01 Dec 2015 16:43 #50544

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From Jim's MMS Health Recovery Manual :

Never allow MMS (sodium chlorite solution) to sit in an unmarked bottle or glass. Since there is no smell, it is often difficult or impossible to tell the difference between MMS and water, and some people have drunk as much as 1/2 of a glass before realizing that they were not drinking water.

This is a huge overdose of undiluted, concentrated MMS, and they were in the hospital for a couple of weeks! In the case of an overdose, should a person drink too much MMS either by mistake or on purpose, they should immediately drink as much water with salt as possible to induce vomiting (use 1 tablespoon of salt per 1 liter/quart of water); then drink more salt water and try to vomit again, and do this several times. If they still feel bad after this process they should go to a hospital.

Make sure all bottles of MMS are clearly labeled so you can easily know what is in them. Ideally, the labels should be in different colors to make it easy to differentiate them.

If you take too much MMS1 (activated MMS - chlorine dioxide) and have a serious Herxheimer reaction, (nausea, vomiting, excessive diarrhea) take Vitamin C as an antidote. Take 2 grams (2000 mg) of Vitamin C at once. If the symptoms persist, you can then take another 1 gram of Vitamin C the following hour, and another 1 gram the third hour. Do not go over this amount of Vitamin C. Two other options to use as an antidote would be: Eat a fresh apple. Take 1 level teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda in 1/4th of a cup of water. (Drink a few more sips of plain water after this if desired.)
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