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I need some help with my pet. She´s got breathing problems and the vet cannot find the cause (broncopneumonia) I am giving her 2 drops every hour /8 times a day. I´ve been doing it for the past 2 days but she´s getting worse...is this normal? should I keep giving it? I took her to the emergency vet last night and he wants to do some blood test this morning. Is the mms treatment going to affect the results? I don´t know what to do. Any advice will be very welcome. Thanks
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Re: Pets / animal cures using MMS or whatever you found to work
02 Aug 2011 15:06 #4266
What kind of pet do you have, and how big is she? Two drops an hour may be a lot depending on her weight. Do you know about MMS2? It's marketed as calcium hypochlorite pool shock, and the more calcium hypochlorite that's in it the better its quality is. There's a brand you can find online called Poolife Turbo Shock that's 78% calcium hypochorite, you should look for at least 65% if possible. If your pet will swallow a capsule, that would be a way to give it to her, every 2 hours, starting with a VERY small amount. It also requires giving her water with the capsule to dilute it in her stomach. The MMS2 can also be dissolved in water and drunk, but I hear it's pretty nasty stuff. If you can get it down her throat that may be another way to deliver it.
MMS2 is very effective with lung congestion. You can also add in DMSO with the MMS1 doses, to help it penetrate into tissues. The DMSO is also helpful on its own.
I don't think the MMS will affect the blood tests.
Our prayers go with you for your pet's recovery,