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21 Sep 2016 17:36 #53423 by organicman
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I've used MMS when required for many years now, but I have never used it with animals.

I am handling a serious jaw infection in a llama for which the vets have declared euthanasia as the only cure. Having nursed many animals through serious illness, including bone infections, it occurred to me that MMS or CDS might be effective. Usually, I stick to homeopathy.

HOWEVER! A llama being a ruminant, has a finely tuned and delicate digestive flora in the first stomach, in which the grass and other vegetation is fermented before being regurgitated for further chewing and processing. Would I be correct in assuming that acidified Sodium Chlorite might destroy the gut flora in that first stomach?

Any tips and advice would be gratefully received.

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21 Sep 2016 21:03 #53424 by CLO2
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The following is from Jim Humble's latest book:

Ruminants (e.g., cows, sheep, goats, etc.) have a gastrointestinal anatomy that is different from that found in humans, cats, dogs, etc. I have it on good authority– although not from personal experience–that ruminants should never receive MMS orally. Instead, these animals must receive a variation of MMS known as CDI shot (Chlorine Dioxide Injectable). This variation of MMS was developed by Dr. Andreas Kalcker and is saline solution infused with chlorine dioxide that has a pH of about 7.

Note: The oral dosing information that follows is not for ruminants. Further information for ruminants can be found in Andreas Kalcker’s book on CDS. The details of CDS and CDI are beyond the scope of this book, but may be included in future editions.


2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/mms1_equates_to_cdh_and_cds.pdf
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21 Sep 2016 21:40 - 21 Sep 2016 21:44 #53425 by fourfingerz
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organicman:

Read Wil's post here:
g2cforum.org/index.php/list/general-discussion/269-introduction-from-dr-wil-spencer-vmsp-naturopath?start=36#10628

I have used both CDS and MMS (orally) on a very sick cow back in 2012. Her gut flora obviously was not damaged as she recovered rather then going down hill.

Do a search for user drgreen who saved a calf with scours using CDI.

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22 Sep 2016 15:06 #53428 by organicman
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This is very helpful, thank you. I will devise a suitable CDS program with a low dose to start her and report back with my findings.

If this works, this will indeed have a massive impact on my own daily activities

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