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I was wondering if MMS
might be effective in treating HPV? I have the strain that is known to cause cancer, however, I have been told that just because I have it does not mean I will actually get cancer. I have also been told that most people's immune systems get rid of it on their own. Should I give MMS a try or are the other things I'm considering (iodine, Colloidal Silver
, and Oleander
) just as effective? I'm also doing a parasite cleanse with humaworm, zapping, and possibly Iodine
depending on what I decide. Last, how dangerous is MMS really? I'm reading what looks like a mix of opinions on here though some of it is over my head. Thanks for any thoughts on this!
I have no idea how effective MMS would be on this condition. Why is their so much violent opposition to MMS without any evidence of harm? Why aren't these trained pigeons trying to stop the drug companies from killing over 100,000 people per year? Why do most of the people that argue against MMS attack those that get great results? MMS is safe as long as you lower the dose at the first signs of discomfort.
Iodine sounds like a good bet as it is used by the thyroid to rid the blood of pathogens. Iodine also builds up in the tissues and kills pathogens there. If you take over 50 mG per day you can't get breast cancer. Check with the Iodine supplementation forum.
Colloidal silver is excellent to learn to make and use. Get a good machine. Works very well with the Beck Protocol.
If you get a variable frequency zapper 407,000 hz positive offset square wave will kill the HPV virus.
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