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MMS1 for one year old baby 16 Feb 2011 08:41 #643

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Hi, have a question concerning my son Noah who is one year old. He has come up with a rash on his tummy and back and it looks raised. I am unsure if it is a heat rash or the start of Measles? I have not intentionally had him immunized or any vaccinations so I am wondering about the dose of MMS1 at such a young age. Do I add to his bottle after the 3 minute wait? Would the baby formula stop it from processing? Also do I do a diluted topical spray of mms as well as internally? I have been on mms1 for two months now and are on 15 drop dose twice a day and have had great results
Also what would be the right maintenance dose for Noah to take as a precaution for diseases for children to keep their immune system healthy or do i only use when there are symptoms present?

I would appreciate any advice on this ...please

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Re: MMS1 for one year old baby 17 Feb 2011 08:22 #657

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I apologize, I tried to make a reply to you about 12 hours ago, but apparently my session timed out and my reply was deleted when I hit the submit button.

Generally, for children, a dose of 1 drop of MMS1 per 25 pounds of body weight is appropriate for non-life-threatening conditions. The drops, when discussed, are always activated with 1 drop of 50 percent citric acid solution for 20 seconds or 5 drops of lemon or lime juice or vinegar or 10% citric acid for 3 minutes. To start, you may consider giving your son a 1/2 drop dose (make a 1 drop dose, dilute with 1 tablespoon of water, and use 1/2 tablespoon [1 1/2 tsp] of the mixture for the dose, added to formula, etc.) to see if he has a reaction (evident pain or nausea, vomiting or diarrhea), and if none appears, a second 1/2 drop dose an hour later. If there is still no reaction, a 1 drop dose per hour may be appropriate, for a total of 8 doses per day, while the condition continues. This is of course considering that your son is taking the MMS1 well orally, in his milk or in juice, say. There should be no problem with using MMS1 mixed with his formula. Make sure he's given plenty of fluids, particularly at the end of a day's series of drops.

If he doesn't seem to want to drink what the MMS drops are put in, it's also possible to get chlorine dioxide into his body by rubbing or spraying MMS1 and DMSO onto his skin, as described in Protocol 3000. You can read the latest (as of Feb. 2011) version of P 3000 on this site at: genesis2forum.org/index.php?option=com_c...hodologies&Itemid=63 . Look for "NOTE REGARDING THE LATEST VERSION OF PROTOCOL 3000" in Maroon text toward the bottom of the page.

You can also spray his rash with MMS1 topical solution of 10 activated drops per ounce (30 ml) of water once every hour if you're using MMS1 internally or on the arms and legs with Protocol 3000.

Please read what Jim Humble has to say about MMS1 for the health of children and babies at: jimhumble.biz/index.php?option=com_conte...ticle&id=6&Itemid=26

As far as "maintenance doses" of MMS1, there are many opinions on the best ways to go. I suspect that we can trust the immune systems of developing children to be self-regulating, and that the best way for them to become strong is by letting them alone as much as possible.

For your own condition, whatever it is, you may have better results using Protocol 1000, with a smaller dose every hour rather than just 2 doses a day. Chlorine dioxide is more effective if kept at low levels in the body over a longer period each day, instead of large doses a couple of times. Jim Humble and Genesis II cover Protocol 1000 here:

I hope this is helpful. --Bruce
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