"Tub baths - Sacramental MMS Protocol" seems to be a bit out of date as it doesn't know about 50% citric acid, MMS2 or protocol 1000/2000. Someone reading this protocol today, who is on protocol 1000, might wonder about a 7 drop dose of MMS(1).
I'm new here, which protocol would I use for a Scabies infection?
Also, I have really old MMS, I've attached a link with a picture. I bought a whole box of the stuff,
and it's out of date (expiry is 05/2011) I contacted a guy from this website: mmshealthy4life.com
and he confirmed what I thought, that the expiry date is not that important and I COULD still use it.
Scabies - see the bath protocol at the bottom of the page
Your MMS should be alright if it has been stored out of sunlight (UV). A basic test would be to activate like a 10 drop dose - if it turns yellow/brown and gives off a "chlorine like" smell - you good to go.
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I would like to change the Antibiotics protocol to MMS soon. I just received my bottles.
I have a brain injury caused by Chlamydia Pneumoniae, since 14 months ago. As I can see,
The best MMS1 protocol for my case would be the 2000 prot. But it says elsewhere that I should add
MMS 2 after 3 days. But I don't have the MMS2.
I just had a calcium and potassium deficiency caused by drugs, which got very critical and has been very hard to correct, replace the minerals.
I take the mineral suplements with K2. Does K2 interfere with MMS? It makes my skin look so young, though I only take 70mcg per day.
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