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Pre-Mixing MMS and DMSO for topical application 22 Aug 2011 08:28 #4674

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What ratio should I use to pre-mix mms and dmso for topical application? Internal use it seems mms to dmso ratio is 1:1 and for dental health it seems to be 1:2.
And how much mms drops and distilled water should i use for just one application?

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Re: Pre-Mixing MMS and DMSO for topical application 22 Aug 2011 11:52 #4677

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Hi JH,

Maybe Michael has more to say about this, but I believe the standard topical solution should be 10 activated drops of MMS1 per oz/30ml of water, then add 10 drops DMSO.

For Protocol 3000, if I understand the current state of the art, double the MMS and DMSO to 20 drops per oz/30ml.

If kept in a sealed container, either solution should remain active for 1 to 2 weeks.

Bruce

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Re: Pre-Mixing MMS and DMSO for topical application 23 Aug 2011 00:28 #4690

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Hi JH,

After looking through Jim’s book and the pages on his site about protocol 3000 ( jimhumble.biz/index.php?option=com_conte...icle&id=41&Itemid=67 ) and skin care ( jimhumble.biz/index.php?option=com_conte...icle&id=19&Itemid=39 ), it seems to me the ratios of MMS to DMSO are quite variable when it comes to skin and dental applications. The only time the ratio appears to be important is the 1:1 ratio for protocol 1000+ ( jimhumble.biz/index.php?option=com_conte...icle&id=49&Itemid=72 ).

In the book Jim mentions some people adding 1 teaspoon of DMSO to a 10 drop in half glass (4 oz.) water daily dental care dose to cure dental abscess problems. It is important to note, when mixing MMS and DMSO Jim recommends using the mixture within a couple hours to get the most benefit because DMSO is an antioxidant and neutralizes the MMS in 6 hours.

According to Jim’s book, Bruce is right that the standard spray dose for skin problems (aka body sprays) is 10 activated drops per 1 oz. of water. Jim says that repeatedly. This is half the strength of the 20 drop dose per 1 oz. water recommended for protocol 3000.

In one place in the book Jim talks about a 20 drop dose in 8 oz of water and using that for an additional type of skin treatment. This is only one quarter strength of his standard skin spray dose but apparently works in various situations, from cancers to rashes.

The only places I can find where Jim discusses adding DMSO to MMS for topical application is in reference to protocol 3000. His current advice for topical application is to spray the MMS on and then spray or rub over it a 70% solution of DMSO. In his book Jim did say,

1. Make an MMS solution by activating 10 drops of MMS with 10 drops of 50% citric acid or 50 drops of 10% citric acid. Wait 20 seconds for the 50% citric to activate or 3 minutes for the 10% citric to activate. Add 20 drops of water or less and add one tablespoon of 70% DMSO and immediately spread the mixture over one arm or leg.


However, that advice has been superseded by his advice to apply DMSO over the MMS spray, as now found on his web site,

1. Make an MMS solution by activating 20 drops of MMS with 20 drops of 50% citric acid or 100 drops of 10% citric acid. Wait 20 seconds for the 50% citric to activate or 3 minutes for the 10% citric to activate. Add this solution to only one ounce of water and then spray or spread some of it liberally over one arm. (See step number 4 below for extra sick people).
2. At this point, it is best to spray 70% DMSO over the top of the MMS on the same area and then gently rub and spread it. If you pre-mix the DMSO with the MMS, which is practical sometimes, it will have a shelf life of about 6 hours only. You can put a plastic bag over your hand to rub the solution into your body, or you can just use your bare hands.

In conclusion, all this means that for topical application you spray the MMS on and then go over the top of it with 70% DMSO. There is no pre-mixing of the two or ratios to be concerned about. However, if you want to experiment and you do pre-mix, then be sure and use it within a couple hours.

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Re: Pre-Mixing MMS and DMSO for topical application 23 Aug 2011 18:56 #4711

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I have done extensive tests with DMSO in activated MMS1 solutions in sealed jars, and have not seen the yellow color, which is the chlorine dioxide in the solution, become more pale, even after weeks. So, I don't think DMSO neutralizes MMS.

"Anecdotal," as always,
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Re: Pre-Mixing MMS and DMSO for topical application 23 Aug 2011 21:03 #4716

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Thanks Bruce, this is good to know. I have not tried it myself, but what you are saying does not surprise me.

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Re: Pre-Mixing MMS and DMSO for topical application 07 Sep 2011 13:56 #5134

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Hello. When DMSO is for internal use, concentration 99.5% you should be or diluted? Because I put it undiluted.
And one more question for the protocol 3000. What is the exact order of mixing of DMSO and MMS? As with the Protocol 1000 or is first put water and then DMSO?
Thanks!

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I always 1) activate the MMS1, 2) mix in water, 3) add any juice, 4) add DMSO drops.

I think the critical part is adding at least a little water when the MMS is done activating, before adding anything else.

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You never use a plastyic bag over your hand while rubbing in the DMSO. The DMSO would pull the plastic imolecules into the skin. That's why your hands and the skin have to be totally clean, otherwise any dirt left goes into the skin.

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Re: Pre-Mixing MMS and DMSO for topical application 14 Feb 2018 04:23 #57576

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If you use plastic bags made from DMSO compatible plastic you won't have any problems.

The compatibility of DMSO with various materials is listed below:

• Compatible: LDPE, HDPE, polypropylene, PPCO (polypropylene copolymer), polymethylpentene, nylon, teflon FEP

• Moderately compatible: polystyrene, ECTFE/ETFE

• Incompatible: polysulfone, flexible and rigid PVC tubing, polycarbonate


DMSO I have purchased is packaged in HDPE (High-density polyethylene) plastic bottles. Ziploc® sandwich bags are made from LDPE (Low-density polyethylene).
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