Cured the common cold
- Name: Dean E Malone
I have been a long-time (i.e. since 1998) user of MMS. I have used it on myself to cure a small melanoma on my scrotum by using a q-tip to apply pure activated MMS to it and then using the other end of the q-tip to dab DMSO to make it penetrate the tissue. In two weeks, it "burst" in a rush of wet and under it was clean pink skin. I have learned to have a healthy respect for it too. Taking too much will leave you bed-ridden for the better part of a day if you have not built up to the dose. Over the many years I could never get to the point of taking 30 drops in a day because the heavy dose was just too gross to stomach. I was very grateful to learn of protocol 1000 where you spread the dose out over the course of the day.
Recently I was driving across the country on a 3 day trip. On the first day I sneezed a lot and had a bit of a runny nose. By the afternoon of the second day, I was feeling the heavy sinus pressure that we all recognize as a cold setting in. Because I was on the road, stopping every hour to make a batch was impractical so I made up a 30 drop dose in an empty plastic water bottle and filled it with 20 oz of water. As I drove down the road, I took a couple of swallows that would have made up about 5 drops. That night in the hotel, I noticed that I could breathe through my nose - though there was still pressure. After a good night's sleep, I felt much better but it was still there a bit. I made up another batch the same way and drank that over the course of my drive the third day. When I arrived at my destination, my son who I had told the previous day that I was catching a cold, remarked that I did not seem to have a cold at all. Indeed I didn't!
I have found that MMS won't cure everything. For example, I had terrible itching from poison ivy and even drinking MMS mixed with DMSO didn't work. What I did find works is simple drywall powder, mixed with water, caked on as a paste and bandaged with plastic Saran wrap to keep it in place. That is the best remedy by far! But for the most part, any time I encounter chronic degenerative disease, it is MMS to the rescue.