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More Important to the Body than MMS

Even though there are common threads to all disease pathologies, in no way would I want any reader to think that MMS is a “one-stop” wonder with respect to helping mitigate and ameliorate said conditions. It is, however, an indispensable component that should be part of anyone’s health and well-being “tool box.”

For example, chlorine dioxide is not, and no one claims it to be a nutrient. It offers the body no nutritional value. Anyone who thinks using the MMS protocol alone will “solve” their problem, whatever it is, without giving the body the nutritional building blocks that it needs, is sorely mistaken.

The benefit that they will gain by the reduction of pathogens is real, but will be short-lived if beneficial bacteria, vital minerals, and enzymes are not replenished. As these steps are done, a condition dynamic equilibrium or balance in the body, referred scientifically as homeostasis, will be re-established. A body that is in balance, will be a body that is in health. A body that is diseased, is by definition, out of balance, and not homeostatic.

A nutritionist can give you the specifics, but these are the facts.

Another nice thing about chlorine dioxide is that it fosters no chemical dependency. You’re free to start or stop at any time, and use it as it seems appropriate for you. In fact, given the taste, you’ll be eager to get to the time when you’ll no longer have a reason to take it religiously anymore, although you may choose to take it regularly. It’ll be easy, and a relief to stop, or reduce intake to maintenance levels.

You’ll know that time has come when you can take what Jim Humble calls a “full dose” of 15 drops, three times in a day, for seven days, and have absolutely no reaction to it. In this case, the word “reaction” can range anywhere from a feeling of nausea, diarrhea, or vomiting, to “flu-like symptoms, aches, stiffness, headaches, and mental fog. Such reactions occur as a result of the toxins that are released back into the bloodstream as pathogens are oxidized, prior to the body flushing them out. The absence of such a reaction means that the chlorine dioxide has not encountered such pathogens.

The body naturally flushes toxins and pathogens out once they have been oxidized by chlorine dioxide. Therefore, it is VERY important to make sure that it is sufficiently hydrated.

I recently wrote of a 73 year old man recently, Eddie D., who rid himself of a basal cell carcinoma using a combination of MMS, chlorophyll, and Omega 3, while drinking six liters of water each day. To the water he added two teaspoons of baking soda per liter to raise the water’s pH to 8.5. Starting this protocol in November 2007, as of May of 2008, he no longer has a tumor on his temple. As a bonus, he no longer has asthma, after forty years. His lungs cleared up completely.

But as you can see, the MMS/chlorine dioxide protocol wasn’t his only tool. It would be unwise to look for one thing to solve a problem that itself, didn’t have a single cause.

In addition to ample intake of alkaline water, other natural tools that you should consider include the following:

  • Marine Phytoplankton – Marine Phytoplankton is a newly discovered whole food supplement. People taking Pure Marine Phytoplankton have experienced amazing results with chronic health problems such as: Cancer, Colitis, Arthritis, Psoriasis, High Blood Pressure, Fibromyalgia, Headaches, Depression, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Sinus Infection, Type 2 Diabetes, Low Immune Function, Eczema, and more. About 70% of all people suffering from these diseases have a complete turn around, and about 85% are finding that the quality of life is enhanced over and above anything they have ever experienced before. (http://www.purehealingfoods.com/phytoplanktonInfo.php)
  • Organic Raw Unpasteurized milk – Natural organic raw milk has in it vitally important living things. These include the following: beneficial bacteria, enzymes (including lipase, protease. and other), lactase forming bacteria, and many enzyme based pathogen killing systems. The common practice of pasteurization inactivates or dramatically reduces the effects of these important active (living) elements. As a result, you may be lactose intolerant when drinking pasteurized milk, but not lactose intolerant when you drink raw milk. This is because lactase enzymes are being formed when you digest raw milk. That is why we say, “only living milk brings life.” (www.organicpastures.com)
  • Magnesium Replenishment – As chronicled in the book, Transdermal Magnesium Therapy by Mark Sircus, magnesium deficiency goes hand in hand with physiological imbalance and disease. The author goes on to discuss a method of replenishment based on magnesium chloride, evaporated ocean water that contains a full spectrum of essential minerals, the predominant one being magnesium, with intake being through the skin. This method bypasses the often grossly imbalanced digestive tract, to remarkable results. (Ocean Magnesium Products)

Each one of these items are in fact, more important than chlorine dioxide because they each give the body essential building blocks that it needs to repair itself if health is to be restored, or maintained.

MMS/chlorine dioxide is important due to what takes away. However, it behooves us to understand that the problem developed in the first place due to the nutritional components we hadn’t given the body, and the synthetic and pathogenic ones we had. For real health to be sustained, the body will still need real vitamins and minerals, beneficial (aerobic) bacteria, and enzymes.

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