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Re: MRSA... is chlorine dioxide effective as a treatment for MRSA???
 
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Re: MRSA... is chlorine dioxide effective as a treatment for MRSA???


Over the past two years, I've been using Miracle-Mineral-Supplement to treat a bone infection with is of the Staphylococcus family with Miracle-Mineral-Supplement .

And so my guess is that the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement would work against MRSA as well. However, I have no advice or knowledge to share on the protocol side of things since my experiences are limited to my condition.

Though if I had to guess, I would say that it would take a minimum of 12 drops per intake several times a day in order to do anything(ie. 12-15 drops, 3 times a day).

I would also consider ways to add MMS to the skin or affected areas. And perhaps even bathing in it(if that is even possible). Again... I'm just throwing around ideas without knowing.

Hope this helps
 

 
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