Septicemia - infected finger that was pus-filled, red, hot, swollen
- Name: Pamela Gerry
My 26 y.o. son had an infected finger that was pus-filled, red, hot , swollen, and there was a red line going from his finger to up under his arm pit. The nurse in me thought, "we gotta get to the ER fast !", but my knowledge of MMS effects, and my faith in God, caused me to hold off and quickly prepare a solution for him to soak his finger in. I added 30 drops mms in to 2 ounces water, and he soaked the finger for 2 hours while watching a movie. When we took the finger out of the solution, it was no longer swollen, hot, nor pus-filled, and the red line had dissipated from his elbow to the finger, and the line from elbow to up under his arm pit was much lighter. He could now bend his finger and his arm, and he couldn't before treatment, without much pain. We did this treatment 2 more times in the followoing 2 days, and had complete resolution. If we had gone to ER- he would've had IV antibiotics- (non-specific- they don't do cultures anymore), that may or may not have been relevant, oral antibiotics for 10 days, and a big $1,000 bill.