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Thursday, 7 June 2012

MMS is this the answer?


I debated long and hard about whether I should take MMS or not.
 Reading all the negative things about MMS, for example "It's bleach!" and “it’s dangerous”
“It’s part of a cult!”.
From my investigating on the subject of MMS and I did a thorough investigation, i read Jim Humbles book, spoke to others who are actually taking MMS I decided to take it myself.
Well the medical profession could not help me, pharmaceuticals could not help my condition, so why not I thought.

I have been taking MMS now for nearly a year, have i noticed a difference? Yes I have I would say I have seen better results than any Pharmaceutical drug I have taken or herbal remedy.

I am not saying herbal remedies do not work or that pharmaceutical drugs don’t either what I am saying is that for me MMS worked better.
I started MMS and I looked out for signs that I was doing the right thing. I was then shown so to speak information that Multiple Sclerosis has a connection to a bacterial infection, this made perfect sense to me.

I realised that if i was to take antibiotics for the infection it was going to cost me £800 a month whereas MMS costs pence a drop.
I then watched and read Lida Mattman work and when she said “ Multiple Sclerosis is actually multiple Spirochetes”

When I heard this it all made perfect sense and when i learned that the lesions seen on a MRI scan are actually the Spirochetes it was like a veil had been lifted.
Now I knew I must have chronic Lyme with out a doubt, I remembered the horse fly bite, i found out that Horse flys can be carriers of the infection.
I realised that to get rid of the infection was not going to be easy not at al. The Borelli is clever it can hide from the antibiotics also I realised I may not just have one infection I could have many co-infections i was going to need something powerful enough to get rid of the infection, MMS ticked all those boxes. My choices were take zillions of tablets for up to 5 years or more costing me a fortune or taking MMS.

The treatment for Chronic Lyme is controversial as it is and testing for Lyme and co-infections even more controversial so I thought “well I might as well take MMS regardless in the mean time while we all wait for the NHS to catch up”.
I have had a MRI scan and I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis from that and if Lyda Mattman is correct (which i am sure she was) by taking MMS at least I am doing something proactive at least.
I would say to everyone find out for yourself about MMS speak to those who are actually taking it and make up your own mind.
I am not a doctor and do not give medical advice just search for yourself.

Here are some places to go to get you started:
http://jimhumble.biz/
http://www.miraclemineral.org/

 *Always consult a LLMD (Lyme Literate Doctor) or your own health care professional.**

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