~10 years ago I had a huge painful boil suddenly erupt overnight. It was so big and painful and scary to me that I went to a doctor, who of course prescribed antibiotics. The boil disappeared and formed a tiny little scar that I never thought about again.
A few months ago I began MMS protocol 1000 and since then I have been using MMS daily in several ways.
Two weeks ago I squeezed the little scar and a tiny bit of waxy infection emerged. I stretched the skin and applied MMS as a spray and worked it into the scar. The next day the scar had become what I can only describe as a huge hole (the size of the boil from ten years ago) completely filled soft bleach-white fleshy slimy stuff.
Over two weeks I have continued to apply MMS as a spray to it and take baths in MMS. It is very slowly improving, but still is creating an infection-like oozy substance. I researched a bunch and the closest thing science calls this phenomenon is a "CARBUNCLE" - it's like a bunch of infected little hair follicles have created this pus network that has been feeding on me for a decade. It is disgusting to look at, but still fascinating.
My question - Last night at my partner's request I did not use MMS and instead applied a small amount of tea tree oil. This morning there was no oozy infection. I then sprayed MMS on it and within an hour it was oozing.
It's been going on for two weeks now - is applying MMS still beneficial to this thing or is the oozy reaction actually a bad thing as my partner suspects??
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In my new book (about to be released) I list Three Golden Rules of MMS. When you are working with a problem, number 1 Golden Rule is anytime something is getting better do not change anything. So first advice is do what you were doing as long as it is getting better. That should include staying on the Protocol 1000—it is important that you are taking oral doses.
Tea Tree oil is normally very good, but I would believe in this case that it is causing the infection to close up or heal over without overcoming the infection that is in place. If MMS is causing the oozing, this is not necessarily a bad sign, but rather it is causing the bad stuff to come out. It may take a while, you did say you were improving although slowly, but some things do take time.
Things to try: (1) increase the strength of the spray to as much as 50 activated drops of MMS per ounce of water.
(2) It might be important to use a spray made from MMS2 (calcium hypochlorite). Cover the bottom of your spray bottle (a 2 or 4 ounce bottle works well) with about 2 layers of the white MMS2 powder. Fill the spray bottle with bottled water or distilled water and shake well. After it is mixed well, do not spray it but put that solution of MMS2 and water through a coffee filter, then rinse out the bottle well and pour the MMS2 solution that has been through the filter back into the bottle. This is important as otherwise it will clog the spray mechanism.
This should do it. It might take awhile for full recovery. If there are further problems let me know. My book has more things to do. It will be available in about 2 weeks.
10 Oct 2016 20:32 - 10 Oct 2016 20:44#53672by Manjushri
Thanks very much, Jim.
I have been using spray at 10 drops/oz - I will start by increasing strength as you suggested. The wound is still open and very apparent, but I still feel it is ever so slightly improving all the time.
I cannot imagine what an infection like this has done to my body if there is so much still. I had doubt before but none now that the oozy substance caused by MMS is, in fact, infection exiting.
Much love to you, brother - MMS has changed my life.
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