(Jim quizzes students) What would you do for lumbago (low back pain)?
(Student) Three drops hourly plus mms/dmso mixed together and applied right away?
(Jim) Yes. For pain you can use dmso alone, but the two together is even more effective.
Q: How does it work on pain?
A: It is a solvent, so the action of dmso is that it dissolves things, including blood clots, and of course pain.
Q: Can it dissolve blood clots in the brain?
A: Yes, if taken by mouth, every 15 minutes, diluted with juice, one or two teaspoons each dosage.
Q: Is there a maximum time limit on treating with dmso after someone has had a stroke?
A: Up to six years at least.
Q: Are there dead cells that won’t re-generate in the brain?
A: A lot of times it just slows the cells down but doesn’t kill them.
Q: Would it help to mix dmso with olive oil and apply to the stroke victim’s arm?
A: Yes, try everything and anything.
Q: Should you add mms at some point after the dmso treatments?
A: Yes. Protocol 1000.
Q: Can dmso help with bad MS?
A: Yes. You should use ½-1 teaspoon every hour until you see noticeable improvement.
Q: Should you take the dmso and mms protocol at the same time ?
A: Yes, I don’t think it would hurt to take them at the same time.
Q: So activate the mms, add dmso to this?
A: I would make them up separate, but no time in between the dosages is needed. I worry about mixing them together in the same glass, but not about doing the dosages at the same time.
BTW, I've also read quite a bit about people having success with ALS with (whole plant/oral) Hemp Medicine (see the Rick Simpson videos like Run From The Cure).
"I have a friend with ALS. I asked someone I know who is a medical professional to comment regarding the use of MMS in such a case. This is his response:"
'"To use the biggest word, IF ALS is caused by a virus, MMS may be the best treatment available. The myelin sheath is rich in lipids which would tend to protect elements in the nerve bundle. MMS would stand a better chance of penetrating than other medicaments because of the small size of the molecule. Even so, it may also be very helpful in preventing spread or progression of the disease if transmission to other areas involves passage through the blood. MMS is most effective against micro-organisms in the blood - e.g. malaria, AIDS, but while possibly effective against conditions such as Lymes disease it requires higher dosages for longer periods of time to penetrate to the organisms (borrelia)."'