MMS & anti oxidants

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18 Jul 2017 21:42 #56069 by GayvinF
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I am new to using MMS & need to catch up on what may already have been said about its use.

I have a low grade lymphoma (about 5 years now) and have quarterly blood tests and oncology visits, always saying that my numbers are still below the threshold for any of the standard treatments. Also in the last year, my PSA number spiked up to 14 and prostate was found to be enlarged. Before my last checkups, I did about a month of the best anti oxidants I could find (Maritime Pine Bark Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Krill Oil) and my last checkups both showed improvement (PSA down to 6 with reduced prostate size). So I am loath to abandon this approach.

My question is: Can I continue with my anti oxidants and also use MMS, and if so, which protocol? I have been using the maintenance dosage of 6 drops (no DMSO) once daily, just to see if I tolerate it and if there is any noticeable improvement. My only symptoms of the lymphoma are periodic fatigue, and rare night sweats. Still all the usual prostate symptoms. Next checkups about 6 weeks off.

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19 Jul 2017 05:17 - 19 Jul 2017 05:18 #56070 by CLO2
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You could put as much time as possible between MMS dosing and supplement ingestion and hope the antioxidants dissipate enough before starting an 8 or 10 hour MMS dosing period. And, you could also increase MMS dosing to make up for any possible loss of CLO2 caused by the antioxidants.

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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