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TOPIC: MMS as an under arm deodorant

MMS as an under arm deodorant 03 May 2011 13:38 #2427

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Hello everyone. I just wanted to share my latest experience. I live in Jakarta Indonesia and it's very hot and humid here. I have been using a fragranced alcohol based under arm deodorant spray that has worked fine for me here for almost 2 years. The other day however, I started to get a rash in my left arm pit and it seemed to be getting worse day by day as I used my normal deodorant. So one morning last week I decided to try using my mms skin spray which is a 10 drops per once solution. I sprayed each arm pit as I normally do at about 5am. I then went to work - I'm a school teacher here, teaching English. It happened to be my big day of the week which is I leave at 6am and get back home at 9:30pm - so that's 15.5 hours. During the day the AC was off at times in my classrooms or weren't sufficient to properly cool the rooms I teach in because it's been rather hot lately. During my evening classes at one time the power went off for about 45 minutes and it really got hot and I sweated quite a bit.

So how did the mms work you ask? Absolutely NO smell. I couldn't believe it and thought there must be something wrong with my nose so I asked my wife to please smell my arm pits for the sake of humanity and experimentation - but she declined :( . Later she did kind of smell from a distance and said she couldn't smell anything.

I told my dad about it and he suggested that I see how long it would last on just the one morning spray. I told him that, for the sake of humanity and experimentation I would do just that (to the dismay of my wife :) ) Guess what, after 2 full days (and no shower during that time either :ohmy: ) there was still NO smell at all. I'm amazed.

So, it's not a medical breakthrough - but I think it's pretty cool. By the way, the rash is going away too and I have not experienced any irritation at all using mms under my arms :P .

That's all for now. Keep mmsn!

Oh, one last thought. And this may become a common proverb in the future so I'd like to claim credit for it right now :P :

You can lead someone to MMS, but you can't make him drink it.
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I'm the creator of CDH with the help of CLO2 (Charlotte Lackney)
1 drop of MMS (at 24 drops per ml) contains 6.7mg (6700ppm) of CLO2
Every ml of CDH contains 1 drop of MMS
Therefore, 1 drop of MMS = 1ml of CDH
The main difference is that the drop of MMS is only 7 to 10% activated in the cup before being consumed while CDH made with 4% HCl is about 50% activated in the bottle. This is why CDH is far less nauseating than MMS drops.

Re: MMS as an under arm deodorant 03 May 2011 15:56 #2428

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Hi Truth,

Thanks very much for this helpful, detailed and humorous report! Your fearless commitment to research is commendable, and will be a great benefit for your fellow man.

I have to admit that is all amazing, and especially good to know for those tropical situations. But I bet the whole world would be a lot better off, less toxic and more healthful if we all used more MMS and less petrochemicals.

All the best to you there in Jakarta,
Keep spreading the light,

Micheal
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Re: MMS as an under arm deodorant 28 May 2011 16:00 #2835

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Hi Truthquester,
I use MMS for EVERYTHING so I tried this too after reading your post - and it works! Bye-bye deodorant!

Other household uses I've done include spraying my fruit and veggies with a it (I use about half-strength of a skin spray - 5 activated drops per ounce), spraying my sponges with it (kitchen sponges are loaded with bacteria), cleaning my electric toothbrush with it, and when I filter a gallon of water I put an activated drop in the water.

Thanks for the tip,
Colleen
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Re: MMS as an under arm deodorant 28 Nov 2011 04:46 #8472

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Been doing exactly this since yesterday! :)
However, I'm using a 4 oz. bottle with atomizer pump, filled with distilled water, and exactly 10 drops of Sodium Chlorite (NOT ACTIVATED).
I had tried activated MMS, but it doesn't work well. It's very powerfull, but short lasting.
The other great deodorant is Baking Soda, which also works very well, but I'm going to keep experimenting with the Sodium Chlorite and distilled water because it feels cleaner.

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Re: MMS as an under arm deodorant 28 Nov 2011 13:46 #8480

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Laughing Out Loud! @ "for the sake of humanity and experimentation"

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Re: MMS as an under arm deodorant 01 Dec 2011 23:34 #8613

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Correction! My test was not correct!
I was using 10 drops of sodium chlorite for every FOUR ounces of water, and "For the sake of humanity" :lol: , 10 drops is too small amount for four ounces.
I could easily -> Sm(T)ell <- after 12 hours that something was not working right. :)
So I re-read the first post here, thanks Truthquester, where it's clear he said TEN drops for EVERY ounce!
And that's the key to stay odorless for a whole day.

Now it works like a charm!

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Re: MMS as an under arm deodorant 06 Dec 2011 19:02 #8914

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I have a mild rash under my arm that I have used a medicated powder from the pharmacy for in the past. It works but it is difficult to apply and I would prefer to use MMS to try and cure it.

Does activated MMS stain clothing though? I got a few drops of nonactivated MMS on my shirt and it bleached the color right out of the cloth. I don't want to ruin my clothes by spraying in under my arms.

Thanks.

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Re: MMS as an under arm deodorant 06 Dec 2011 19:44 #8916

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Truthquester says "10 drops per ounce solution".
He doesn't say if this is Activated Solution?
Truthquester can you clarify?

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Re: MMS as an under arm deodorant 06 Dec 2011 20:13 #8917

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I assumed that Truthquester was using activated MMS. I just wondered if it will act as bleach and ruin clothing.

Thanks.

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