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Fiona wrote: Paul,do you know maybe how to treat MRSA ( staphylococcus aureus ) This is actually bacterium you get in hospital if you have some surgery and then start your flesh decay. MRSA it's resistant to antibiotic. Lot a people die.
MMS Fumes on the Skin
For a staphylococcus infection (also called MRSA for Methycillin- Resistant Staphylococcus aureus), do this carefully, as it can save your life or someone else’s life in a few minutes. Obtain a glass or cup or smaller vessel of a size to cover the infected area and not allow any gas to get out. It must not be metal.
Put 10 drops of MMS and 10 drops of 50% citric acid in the vessel and mix. Do not add water. Immediately put the mouth of the vessel over the infected area but do it so that the MMS remains in the bottom. Lean your body so that the vessel is not upside down. Allow the chlorine dioxide fumes to bathe the infected area for five minutes, no longer. The gas will burn your skin otherwise.
At the end of five minutes, remove the vessel holding the MMS and try to lightly squeeze the infection so that pus comes out. Keep paper towels handy to clean up the mess. If pus does not come out, wait several hours and repeat the procedure. This will normally handle
staph infections in one treatment, but if not, repeat the procedure every 6 hours until handled.
An MMS Footbath
If you have a toenail fungus or any sort of foot wound or infection, fill a footbath with hot water and add 10 to 20 drops of activated MMS. Soak your feet for 5 to 10 minutes.
Repeat this daily until the condition is healed. It could take one week, or up to 6 weeks, depending on what the problem is. Some people have reported good pain relief for gout using this procedure.
Also, this is a good way to just get more MMS into the body for supplementing the Protocols 1000, 2000, and 3000.