The following testimonials have been sourced from a number of different blogs and informational reference points across the net, and are all from individuals not seeking financial remuneration from testimonials given. Rather, these are pieces of correspondence from other seekers of the truth, regaling us with their own personal experience with MMS.

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Chris on June 9, 2008
at 6:19 pm

I posted this elsewhere, but this site seems to be pretty positive and a bit more active.

“I also have hep-c as well as CMV, EBV, HHV-1&2, zoster and HHV-6. Also have a low level mycoplasma. I am now on my 3rd day of 15 drops taken 3 times a day.

I’ve been taking it slow – starting 2 weeks ago with 1/2 a drop. I’d just had a minor shingles outbreak at the base of my spine (where all herpes viruses lay dormant) and the night following my first dose, I soaked my bed sheets. I had a backache for a few days but I continued to gradually increase the dose. I haven’t had any noticeable problems – no nausea or vomiting. (yet…)

I also chose not to undertake the current hep-c treatment. I’m genotype 1b and had very little damage on my 2003 biopsy – I’ve probably had the virus for 35 years. I take a huge amount of supplements, primarily milk thistle, ALA, NAC and a host of others.

I’ve been on a gluten-free diet for the last 5 months and it was a great help! No more IBD or stomach bloating and my fibromyalgia/chemical sensitivity is much reduced. I also eat lots of veggies and fruits, though I’ve eliminated any vitamin c while I’m taking mms at 3 times a day.

My liver function tests are pretty good but my ALT/AST are slightly elevated. My viral load is fairly low. (at last test anyway..) However, my herpes viruses are going wild – despite Valtrex, Lysine, and Olive leaf extract.

So, my great new doctor suggested MMS and here I am. I had my mercury amalgams removed earlier this year and have been on chlorella and chelaco for chelation – my doc thinks that it will be easier on my liver to do it the oral chelation way.

I told her that I’d be a willing guinea pig for mms, lol, so I will update here again on my progress.

From what I understand, I am to remain on the 15 drops three times a day for a week or so and then go to a lower dose afterwards. Or, I am supposed to increase the number of drops if I don’t feel any response?

Anyway, so far, so good……..

Thanks for your help!

Nola Chris

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Posted on 15-6-2008 @ 04:30 PM by Anonymous ATS

Just as anecdotal evidence…

My boyfriend has Herpes II, and took mms for 12 weeks. Before he had outbreaks once or twice a month. Since he started the mms (progressing from 1 to 5 drops, once a day), his symptoms have stopped. He stopped taking it over a month ago and hasn’t had an outbreak since.

I took it for 8 weeks (working up to 11 drops twice a day) due to parasites (from living in SE asia). The problems I had from them seem to be resolved.

I realize this isn’t valuable to those who insist on large clinical studies, so take it for what it’s worth to you…

Also, you can go to http://www.curezone.com – they have a huge list that was very helpful to me.

Sometimes the solutions are very simple. I fear that as a society we expect solutions to be complex and expensive, and especially we need an authority figure to tell us what to do with our own bodies.

It’s YOUR body – you decide.

Peace.

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This is an excerpt from a blog in reply to an individual suffering liver damage from viral damage.

Howie,

As for your liver, chlorine dioxide will damage what has already damaged your liver, meaning the overgrowth of harmful microorganisms that you have nurtured by your behavior and thinking habits.

Your doubts in the face of the simple evidence of its efficacy in this application, are doing you more damage than MMS/chlorine dioxide ever could.

You don’t have to use it. You don’t even have to believe that it will work *for you*. But it’s working for too many people — people committed to reducing their body’s toxicity — to be dismissed as “BS”, and still be considered intelligent.

Doctors are now buying MMS and starting to use it in their practices, and on themselves. They are LEARNING how to use it wisely, because their profession hasn’t embraced it yet, and they weren’t taught about this in school. We’re ALL learning, but first one has to have an open mind, and leave the attitude at the door when they enter this “New School.”

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