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Re: inhaling MMS gas 30 Dec 2011 10:43 #9704

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CLO2 displaces oxygen but other than its oxidizing activity, I don't believe it is toxic. I did a good whiff of it, a couple of years ago and it is the gas that I work with, primarily. I also breathe it, everyday, as I use it to brush my teeth. I have never had a problem.

I'm guessing that whatever you were trying to alleviate made quite a ruckus in your throat and created the irritation.

You can't see it, unless you do something really crazy, but when CLO2 destroys something, there's a teeny, tiny explosion. A sort of "poof" if it's a relatively small amount, but, of course, it is quite explosive in very large amounts.

The "inability to breathe" was due to the longer exposure. As I said, it displaces oxygen.so you were breathing a bit of oxygen-poor, CLO2-rich air. You would have passed out long before you died.

You are fine and the equally good news is that your experience provides some VERY valuable information. Thank you for posting it!

Even after working with the gas for so long, and with being a smoker of over 35 years, I have never had any type of breathing problem but the most I've ever worked with, other than 25 drops in a half gallon spray bottle of water in the cleaning of a basement that had flooded from a sewer drain in the floor, is 10 drops. It simply does not take as much as people think it does. And, in many cases, it is my belief that more is NOT better. You can get FAR greater results via the chosen mode of application.

I've killed a 2 square foot bit of very persistent mold with 6 drops in some warm water using a trial size hair spray atomizer! I usually use GSE for mold as it is "sticky" and stays viable until it is used up, and was quite surprised with the result. There may have been other factors, but I can't imagine what they would have been.

It simply doesn't take very much to get the job done, if you give some thought to how you deploy it. The very idea of putting 15 drops in my stomach, all at once, with so little water (as some claim to do) gives me the absolute willies! I know it won't kill me, but the acrobatics the body must have to perform in dealing with, not only the CLO2 but also its effects? Yikes!

Just editing to clarify that the gas displaces oxygen in the air i.e. it doesn't destroy oxygen.

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inhaling MMS gas 10 Aug 2013 10:26 #35203

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I've had a cough for about a week, and today it was much worst - I decided to try the inhalation method, using just 2 drops of MMS

And have to say my cough stopped pretty much instantly.

I took in two breathes by nose and two by mouth and that's it.
My breathing is much easier and the wheezing in my lungs seems to have gone - all of this seems to have happened in just 20 minutes.

This is first thing in the morning, I've not eaten or drunk anything today and my stomach does feel a little like I just got punched in the stomach - which was pretty much how I felt the first few times I ever tried MMS by mouth (in a glass of water)

So I do feel like the MMS is in my system.
But I have to say how unbelievably calm and relaxed I now feel - in the space of 20 minutes I've gone from not being able to stop coughing to breathing normally and all the wheezing which felt like mucous in the backs of my lungs seems to have just gone.

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Re: inhaling MMS gas 10 Aug 2013 11:03 #35204

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Bruce, could you please explain the safe reliable way as the link doesnt work. Thanks

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inhaling MMS gas 10 Aug 2013 13:38 #35205

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Bruce is no longer on the forum, so I'm not sure he can answer you. I'm guessing this was a link to an ebay listing for a small humidifier or nebulizer.
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inhaling MMS gas 10 Aug 2013 14:51 #35209

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I followed the method on this link

www.michaelharrah.us/michael-harrah/18-a...nhalation-techniques

This website is also useful

mmsmineralmiracle.blogspot.co.uk/2011/05...nchial-protocol.html

I suggest carefully reading both of them from top to bottom before trying the inhalation method
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inhaling MMS gas 10 Aug 2013 15:39 #35210

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I generally do a wiff or two a few times a week, shallow of course for quite some time now and have had no problems whatsoever. Had wife do the same for sinus head aches and it takes them away. Just use common sense and a 2 drop mix would be best for this.
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inhaling MMS gas 12 Aug 2013 10:46 #35234

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Thanks to everyone for the info. I have a nebuliizer with mask and breathing tube but i havent dared to use it with MMS.

But Kwag(Karl) on the Spanish forum recommends adding a tiny amount of water to the 2 drops, before inhaling. He says its is more efficient + much safer.

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inhaling MMS gas 14 Aug 2013 08:19 #35266

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We are trying to cope with lung cancer. her father was very difficult сдидеть over a Cup in which we dissolved MMS. we tried nebulizer. Five ml of saline add up to 8 drops of CDS and the father breathes 15 minutes. Started 2 drops CDS reached 8 drops twice a day. Prior to that, he with a cough was the blood. After applying nebulizer blood stopped. blood was 2 weeks. However, yesterday the blood appeared again in sputum. May need to reduce the number of CDS?

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Re: inhaling MMS gas 21 Feb 2016 11:30 #51166

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Hi Pam,

I was wondering if MMS GAS could kill fleas if the gas was left in a room for a few hours (with no animals, humans around)? If the gas could be that harmful to human lungs then I would think it would kill fleas by damaging their innards? Have you heard anything about this? I have a friend who swears by it for killing bird lice indoors. She made up the gas and left it for a few hours before going back inside and their bird lice problems went forever! Before that, they were beside themselves trying to rid it to no avail.

Your thoughts on the fleas and the MMS Gas?

Cheers

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