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There's dis-information on the internet
about MMS getting old prematurely. In its dark bottle if kept in
the refrigerator, it should remain potent for two years. Standard
MMS is a 28% solution of Sodium Chlorite as prepared in the Texas main
laboratory. IT IS VIRTUALLY ODOR FREE !
Only when you add the acid does the out-gassing begin to produce a
distinctive odor. As long as you detect the odor AFTER adding the
citric or other acid, you have assurance of active ingredients. The
odor drifting through the room actually kills germs and air-borne
bacteria. That odor is Chlorine Dioxide - a germicide like no other.
MMS Sodium Chlorite solution.
Here's what Jim invented:
The MMS chlorine dioxide gas had never been packaged in such a way that
you could use it internally. The strong chlorine dioxide cleaning
products produce strong disinfectant action capable of burning the skin
in some cases. You would never take that internally. Don't even think of it.
had it occurred to anyone that chlorine dioxide would be useful to the
immune system even if it was ingested internally. At first glance, it
might be imagined that MMS could harm the body. What if MMS were to
attack living cells with the same vengeance as when it attacks viruses
It was a serpentine path that led Mr. Humble
through various procedures with stabilized oxygen and hydrogen peroxide
treatments, gradually searching further for other oxidizing agents that
might be more reliable than the "hit and miss" experiences he had at
that time. Remember also that most of the experimentation was done with
coworkers in far away jungles - situations where sick people begged for
any solution that might bring them back to health - no matter how
experimental and unproven (at that time).
Mr. Humble struck upon the 28% sodium chlorite solution, that we mix
with a mild acid as we know the protocol to be today, and finding it to
be tolerable, reliable, and already understood chemically from its use
as a germicide,
he came back to the U.S. and after a few false starts began traveling
to other small nations as funding would permit. Broad scale testing of
MMS began in 2001, spanning about five years.
is the procedure for preparing a dose of the MMS dietary supplement,
summarized from the writings of Jim Humble - the discoverer of Chlorine
Dioxide. This mixture can be used to purify water, or you can drink it.
Humble's free e-book of 127 pages can be downloaded by clicking here [
Here ] (no charge).
FIRST - Activate a few drops of the
MMS Sodium Chlorite solution.
A one-year supply costs $20.00 (US) plus shipping - [ Here ] .
In a glass mix 1 MMS drop from the original bottle with 5 drops of one
of these acids (avoid vitamin C):
Liquid citric acid is one of the
apple cider vinegar, or
juice drops, or
juice drops, or
It tastes like lemon juice. Mix 1 tablespoon of Citric Acid powder
with 9 tablespoons distilled water to make a 10% citric acid solution
for use with MMS. Store in a separate bottle.
Always use 5 drops of one of the food acids above to
each one drop of MMS (5 to 1)
the MMS drops and the acid drops in an empty dry glass, then wait at
least 3 minutes after mixing. (3 to 5 minutes is OK - 10 minutes is too
long.) The two ingredients combine to produce a substance that can't be
stored. It slowly begins to release a gas called Chlorine Dioxide.
Carried in water and juice it becomes the detoxifying substance that is
carried for some hours by the blood stream.
THIRD - Add
Juice and/or Water. Add
1/3 to 2/3 glass of distilled water or juice to the extent needed to
weaken and mask the slight lemon-like chemical taste. The amount of
juice or water is not critical provided no vitamin C is in the juice.
After adding the juice or water you can drink it immediately - or wait,
but no longer than one hour before drinking because the gas you want is
wasting away. Don't use orange juice as the masking agent. Vitamin C
neutralizes the desired effect. Carrot juice or beet juice is OK. Some
apple and pineapple juices are labeled "nothing added." Avoid taking
vitamins containing C for several hours.
Dosage Limits. The
protocol for taking MMS starts with one or two drops. Never more at
first. People who are very sick and/or sensitive can start with
It's hard to measure one-half drop. Therefore prepare a one drop
mixture, add water, and drink half of it, then drink the other half one
hour later. Tolerance develops quickly and nausea is rarely noticed
after the first dose.
Drink it. The
juice makes the drink palatable - you can drink it without complaint.
If you experience no nausea after the first dose, increase by one drop
for the 2nd dose - 2 to 8 hours later same day. The Inventor suggested
drinking it morning and night. Other directions suggest repeating the
drink every one or two hours. It can be your personal choice how
rapidly you want the protocol to exhibit results. The more hours that Chlorine Dioxide
circulates in your blood stream, the sooner you'll notice beneficial
you experience nausea, reduce the amount of MMS for the next dose.
Drink two or more preparations each day, at least one in the morning
and one in the evening. Your body quickly develops tolerance for the
drink. Increase the number of drops (in step one) by one or two drops
as tolerance increases. If nausea develops, back off one or two drops
for a day or two, then gradually increase again. The maximum is thought
to be 25 drops morning and night but for people who have little body
weight, or for children, simply reduce the number of drops
proportionately. Same with pets.
Monitor Effectiveness. Continue
to increase by one drop each time you take a new dose. When you notice
nausea or diarrhea, reduce the dosage by 1 or 2 drops for one day.
Because of these experimental
outcomes, if they continue to be verified, then MMS will join a
rare list of universal germicidal agents available to the public.
The competing broad-spectrum killer-agents in the battle against
diseases would include:
contents of this article were reviewed at length on the phone with Jim
Humble, the inventor on two occassions. We lingered especially on the
places where the chemistry of MMS is described. He assisted with
accuracy and was extremely cordial, giving considerable time as we
viewed the article on computer screens - while worlds apart.