Should I order MMS? Is it safe to ingest?
Deciding whether to try MMS, discussing zapper
Date: 1/27/2014 4:42:24 PM ( 8 y ) ... viewed 5668 times
I just deleted two long paragraphs. I had dug myself into a hole, explaining my own very uneducated philosophies on the safety of MMS. The truth is, I can study this product, and read the debates until my brain pops, but ultimately I have to decide if the possible risk is greater or less than the possible benefits.
I haven't decided yet, as of this moment while I am typing. Usually I work my problems out by writing, so I will (hopefully) do that here, and I will just post this with (again, hopefully) my decision.
First of all, I have to admit that I know very little about chlorine dioxide. I have been around MMS, years ago, but was turned off by the bleachy smell. It seemed counterintuitive to me to stop taking pharmaceuticals and then ingest something that had the odor of a bathroom cleaning product. It's funny, I used to say (long before I had heard of MMS but when HIV medicines were even more deadly than they are today, AZT specifically) that lots of things COULD kill HIV but could also kill you in the process. "Sure, bleach might kill the virus, but what about the rest of your body?" And now, here I am, debating whether or not I should consume this product that some argue IS bleach.
How deep into the molecular breakdown rabbit hole do I want to dive? I don't even want to sit on the edge of it, but I'm afraid I have to if I want to understand this at all. It's just like the HIV meds in the sense that I really DON'T know what I am putting into my body, or what the long-term effects are. I do know that HIV meds work to a point. But what are the chemical components of the medicines prescribed to me? I have no idea. There is anecdotal information about MMS. People seem to love it. People also seem to be terribly afraid of it. Fear is not something that I like to give much energy to, and I find that it usually comes from a lack of knowledge or understanding. So my goal here is to understand this MMS as much as possible.
I was reading on a website that you can soak in a tub with some MMS solution mixed in. I like the idea of letting in permeate through my skin before I take it orally. I'm also ingesting a lot of Vitamin C right now, and I want to clean out my intestines somewhat before I start the MMS, because it appears that one should not ingest extra Vitamin C with the MMS solution.
So it looks like I am formulating a plan. I'll do a Vitamin C flush (I have been taking large amounts this week, but haven't done the calibration yet). Then I will start soaking in MMS baths. After that, I will start very slowly with the MMS solution orally, and see how my body reacts. I am pretty in tune with my body, and if the MMS isn't sitting well, or truly seems to be doing more harm than good, I think I will know within a very short amount of time.
On another note, I started using my new zapper two days ago. I've been feeling great most of this week, better than usual, probably because I have been exercising again, so it may not be easy to determine what effects any new healing modality is having on my body. Nothing to mention as of yet, anyway. I'm doing the Clark method: seven minutes of zapping, twenty minutes off, in increments of three. I plan to do it multiple times a day. If "all it does" is to kill off some nasty pathogens that my immune system would otherwise have to fight off, then I think it is totally worth it. I bought a zapper with three frequencies, and it makes sense to me to alternate them in each new session. I want to understand why I can feel the pulsating more intensely on one frequency than the other two. Should I concentrate on the one that I feel the most? Why do my friends feel the pulses on other frequencies?
I have so much research to do. Till next time.....
The happy lab rat
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