|Date: 2/8/2008 1:16:13 PM ( 9y ago )
Can my wife take MMS while she is breastfeeding. My child is 1 year old?
I haven't found much out there w/regard to oxygen type therapies and breastfeeding. Its been proven to many of us that it does cancel out parasites in swift fashion. Parasites/larvae/eggs and their bacteria can be transferred via bodily fluids to family members due to poor hygiene. Activating MMS and using on surface areas where food is prepared, bathroom tile and toilet facilities and washing fruit and veggies as a microbe killer with no residue left over may be a consideration. The three minute activation is the only hang up with this.
There are studies out there that breastfeeding as opposed to formula feed does help prevent infection and parasite/bacterial contamination.
Found the following link in the MMS archive. The sentence that is underlined at the bottom says that MMS is the exact same chemical as that used in Dioxyclor(TM), although somewhat weaker than MMS. http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1073806
Excerpts from the research paper “War Against Microbes” written by the Bradford Research Institute.
“The following is a description of the characterization and mechanism of action of Dioxychlor(TM), researched and developed by American Biologies(TM), as relates to its antiviral, antibacterial, antimycoplasmal and antifungal activities. Dioxychlor(TM) has been in clinical use for over fifteen years with tens of thousands of infusions at the American Biologies(TM) Integrative Hospital and Medical Center as well as other clinics and hospitals throughout the world.
To understand fully the action of Dioxychlor on target organisms, it is necessary to describe in detail the chemical structure of this oxidant as well as the biochemical structure of substances found in these target organisms with which Dioxychlor(TM) interacts. These targets include viruses (the nucleic acids, RNA, DNA), bacteria and fungi.”
Dioxychlor(TM) is available on the Internet for sale and the entire scientific paper is available as well. The formula although somewhat weaker than MMS is the exact same chemical. (TM stands for Trade Mark). Go to Google and search Dioxychlor.
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