I need your support since I don't know how to go on or if I even have the strength to do so. I searched the internet but couldn't find much about MMS and eczema.
I have atopic eczema since I was one year old. Now I'm 37 and it is almost not visible anymore and I feel mostly fine when I take care of what I eat and drink etc. But I evolved other diseases which are in connection with the eczema and/or bad immune system. I have allergies, feel sick half of the year, have bronchitis very often etc. You can say that I am sick whenever I have planned something. Last year a helicobacter pylori was discovered what made my skin got bad. Antibiotics couldn't kill it and I heard about MMS. After some failures with it I bought the latest Jim Humble Book and started a therapy 6 weeks ago to get rid of the germ and the eczema.
I know that this may take a while. But for more than 5 weeks now I look like a burn victim.The whole eczema I had in young years in shown now. I had a few days where I was feeling better and most of the spots almost disappeared but they always come back and are very itchy or burn. It's not that bad like it was in the beginning of the therapy but enough to make me feel that I can't stand it anymore. It is summer in germany with 32 degrees outside. I can't sleep because sweating makes it worse, I don't know what to wear to cover all the spots and I feel ashamed how I look like. I'm not used to this anymore.
Can anybody tell me how long it will take to get rid of it? Is it OK to quit and start again in autumn when it's not that warm and I can cover my body?
This I tried so far:
• protocol 1000 with 3 drops every hour (I take them with capsules since I can’t stand the taste anymore) only with water since Sunday
• clay internally and externally
• spraying my spots with MMS spray (40 drops mixed with water) and rub in 80% DMSO afterwards (not every time but mostly)
• MMS bath every evening with 60 drops and some DMSO
• I did 2 enemas so far ..it wasn`t pleasant to go to toilet at least 10 times in 2 hours but I think there came out a lot of bad stuff
• I use chickweed balm which should help when skin is itching. Can’t say much if it helps for eczema but sometimes itching seems a little better when I apply it.
• On sunday I started protocol 2000 and had today 2 small MMS2 capsules so far and feel good (regarding Herxheimer)
Should I go on with that protocol 2000 procedure? I read somewhere at this forum about herbs:
"All people that have come to us with other medical conditions that have also had Eczema as a secondary condition have left us Eczema free after 3 weeks, we used protocol 2000 with bath soaks during the day herbals during the evening, sea water, blackseed oil and MSM, this has worked on 100% of the cases here“"
It was written some years ago and only by a guest. Does anyone have a clue what kind of therapy that is?
I was corresponding with a women in Japan that has a daughter who had eczema. She only had access to MMS2 (CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE) and it worked really well for her. Her eczema cleared up and as a bonus she can now eat the things she couldn't before.
Keep going with protocol 2000. Don't give up but take a break if you feel you need to. Trust your body.
Also, make a spray with MMS2 by just covering the bottom of the spray bottle with the powder and fill with water. Spray the affected area a few times per day.
Make sure to read the entire book you mentioned (MMS Health Recovery Guidebook) and to avoid eating foods and supplements that will weaken your daily doses.
You are breaking up too much infection at once it is hitting the spinal fluid and it is going to the brain. Slow down a little. Paul gave you very good advice. Do not plan on fixing a problem that you have had extremely long in six weeks. If you do it in six years I would be imprest.
Sounds awful... I have a somewhat same reaction to a skin problem that I will share.
I used straight sodium chlorite on age spots on my face, if I leave it on foo long (couple minutes) it will start to burn and I must wash it off right then or it will leave a red mark, which does go away, but it can take a month, or more. I use a q-tip, and I put it on 2-4 times, once a day.
A few days later after the MMS, the age spot turns darker, but after a few weeks it is gone, if not completely gone then I repeat treatment until it is gone. I think if I let it burn, then turn red, I won't have to retreat the spot. But I'd rather not do that.
This experience makes the think of how your eczema has gotten darker and worse. So, to me, it is coming out of your skin and will eventually be gone.
I also take MMS2 capsules, only one a day, I just use MMS topically. I like Rev Paul's idea of the spray, but I would take a shower a few minutes afterwards. His friend was also taking the capsules, calcium hypochorite, which I think has made age spots quit appearing on me, but taking it internally is slow to heal.
I stopped taking MMS one week ago. There are some spots left on hands and arms that are not easy to get rid off, but I keep spraying with MMS2 which is helping. I thought I do the right thing in going on with protocol 1000. Going to fast would mean to me trying every week the next higher protocol. But maybe it was to much for my body to handle.
Therefore I stopped and will try again in autumn. But only with MMS2 hoping that it won't hit my body that hard as MMS did. I read a book now from a german Dr. , Antje Oswald - a german MMS handbook she wrote together with Jim Humble. I found a passage she said that it can happen that MMS brings back diseases one had many years before (like my eczema) and that needs to be healed to heal the whole body. It takes time in month the years one is living with this disease For me it would mean three years to get rid off it. Ugh, that's a lot. It could be done in less time but no one knows. I will try again and let you know what happens.
If anyone has experience in getting rid of underlying diseases from the past and how long it took to eradicate I would be happy to hear about it.
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