Outbreak on my chest of red sores
- Name: Nkele
In December 2011 my husband and I went to Zambia for holidays. In my fourth day at Lusaka I heard an outbreak on my chest of red sores. I packed MMS but forgot the bottle of citric acid. I was frustrated and upset. Then Iremembered I could also use lemon. I did the mixture and pre boiled water and let it cool. I didn't think of applying it on my chest. I only thought of drinking it. I mixed 4 drops with 20 drops of freshly squeezed lemon juice. In the evening those sores were gone.
When we got back home in Johannesburg it was in January. Three months later we relocated to a mining town. I was worried about acid mine drainage and I didn't want to take any chances of drinking tap water. Since then, we pour tap water in 2 five liter jugs mixed with MMS and fresh lemon. At first we used citric acid but we were unhappy with some white particles floating in the water. Anyway, here's the best part: no one in my 7 member household fell sick in winter, except for my 8 year old who kept walking in socks around the house. He was used to our previous carpeted home. The new home was tiled.
In September our Labrador was poisoned. We didn't take it to a Vet. We prayed for it, anointed it with oil and prepared MMS solution for it in its water. He refused to eat for two days and that was before we thought of MMS. On the day we poured the mixture in his water, we served him food at night and he ate!!
As I'm writing this, I discovered spots on my scalp which are turning hard at different parts of my head. I cut my hair three weeks ago and I did experience a lot of itching. This past Saturday when I felt these hardening spots, I asked my daughter to examine my scalp. She did and described the spots. They aren't clear to see on a camera because they are not that big. I'm going to apply a mixture of MMS to wash my hair.
Looking forward to testifying of yet another MMS victory!!