I have been using MMS1 for years now with no side effects at all
- Name: lleiderm
- Website/Source: https://drsircus.com/mineral-deficiency/magical-mineral-supplement-mms-2/
I have been using MMS1 for years now with no side effects at all. I do not take it regularly, only when I feel bad or have an infection. I do take it every day for maybe a week or two at a time just to clean myself out.
1. I had some leftover food that I knew had gone bad. It was even bubbling a little. But it had expensive ingredients in it that I did not want to go to waste. So I ate some anyway. I immediately got sick. Woozy. So dizzy I felt like I had to get off my feet and go to bed. I decided “This is a job for Mighty Mouse! MMS1 is now going to get the test!
I took just a normal dose of about 8 drops and 40 drops of lemon juice plus prune juice and water after the three-minute activation wait. Almost immediately the sick feeling started going away. After about 4 hours, it was like the food poisoning never happened. I was amazed because I was definitely VERY sick.
2. I had a lot of cut rose bush stems that had been sitting around outside all winter and spring, rotting. I had to throw them away. I knew that if I picked them up without gloves to stuff them into trash bags, I would certainly puncture my hands and get an infection at every puncture.But I did it anyway, thinking I could just be very careful. Of course, I punctured my hands, and they got infected in several places on both hands. They turned deep pink and swelled up considerably. They were hurting. I took several 10-drop doses of MMS per day, and also put the concentrate on the punctures topically. They were all healed in a few days. Much, much sooner than it would normally have taken.
I do agree that each person is different, and my general good health may be a reason that MMS1 has no side effects with me. But I really do not think so, since it only produces common table salt and CO2 as by products. Jim Humble goes to great lengths to explain exactly why it only attacks pathogens, so I am confused why a doctor like Dr. Sircus, whom I respect, would just ignore the clear explanations given. I think it best to pay attention to Jim Humble, himself, when he counsels to start slowly and build up the dose only so long as you do not have nausea. I never went beyond 15 drops, but I can see that more might be useful for bad diseases, which I do not have.
I have never used MMS2, and don’t intend to, since MMS1 works so well for me. It ain’t broke, so I don’t intend to fix it.
Also, I immediately discount anything at all the FDA says. They are nothing but spokesmen for the drug pushers. So that’s another surprise to me about Dr. Sircus, as I would think that he would know that already. Makes me wonder about him.
Another also: I was directed to read this article by someone I assume to be a Dr. Sircus staff member, as a result of a comment I made after Dr. Sircus alopathic cancer treatment article. I was recommending MMS1 as something to try. I was told that Dr. Sircus is against MMS1, pretty much completely. But that confuses me because of the large number of comments here that testify to how effective it has proven to be with so many different problems with pretty much no lasting side effects. So more and more I find myself lumping Dr. Sircus in with all those other allopathic doctors, who seem to me to be nothing but drug pushing witch doctors who do not want to heal people, but only to keep them just sick enough so they can continue to come to their offices to pay them.
Of course, Dr. Sircus is MUCH better than that, but I MUST say that I am super surprised at his closed minded position re MMS1 in light of how successful it has proven to be. The violent reactions reported in this article are not totally documented, and I seriously doubt that MMS1 would be the only culprit involved. And even if a VERY few people had an adverse reaction, it in NO way invalidates the many, many, many, many thousands of success stories so easily available on the net.