I have Hep C and lichen planus (sores on the inside of the mouth). The lichen planus is an added bonus from having the Hep C. So I don't wnat to orally take the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
since I'm sure that it would burn my mouth. so I've opted to do enemas.
I emailed Dennis Richards because I wanted to know if doing it by taking an enema was feasible. Here is the answer:
Jim Humble Recommends:
"This protocol will work with many diseases including, patients with Hepatitis C, HIV, or AIDS, colds, flu, pneumonia. They should be evaluated for the present level of sicknesses. If they are feeling not badly sick (not really nauseous) they should be started off beginning with the 6 and 6 protocol. That is they should take 6 drops and if there is no noticeable nausea, they should have the second six drop dose in one hour. The reason for this is that there seems to be a benefit in shocking the system. This dose is calculated to be a small shock to the system, but it has been very successful over a period of time and several hepatitis C patients have reported good results from the shock theory. The best time of the day for this treatment would be during the morning hours before noon. The treatment should be at least one hour after eating breakfast or anytime one hour after eating.
Note: All mention of drops of Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
in this paper assumes that 5 drops of citric acid
solution will be added for each drop of Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
, one waits 3 minutes, and then adds ½ glass of either water or juice.
In the event that the patient does OK on the 6 and 6 drop dose suggested above, on the second day the treatment should go to 7 and 7. This means 7 drops, wait one hour and then do a second 7 drops. The third day the treatment can progress to 8 and 8. This continues until the patient is taking 15 and 15. Anytime there is any slight sign of nausea, the doses for the next day are reduced by 1 to 4 drops depending upon the severity of the nausea.
Anytime the patient feels nausea he is give a full glass of water to drink. If the nausea does not stop immediately, the patient should have a second glass with a level teaspoon of vitamin C added or baking soda. To determine if one should use vitamin C or baking soda at this point evaluate the condition of the patient. If he feels acid in his stomach, use baking soda, and if he feels no acid, use vitamin C.
If the patient appears to be somewhat sick he may not be able to handle the shock. In this case he should be started out at one drop in the morning and one drop in the evening. In the unlikely even that one drops makes him nauseous revert to ½ drop. Each day the dose in the morning and the evening is increased by one drop. When nausea occurs, reduce the number of drops for the next dose. Follow the instructions given above for nausea.
In either case given above the goal is to reach 15 drops 3 times a day for at least one week before testing to determine if the Hepatitis C, HIV, or AIDS is gone. In the event that the disease is not gone the treatment at 15 drops at least 2 times a day should continue for at least 3 months with tests every 2 weeks to determine if the Hepatitis is gone or tests can be conducted less often if money or facilities are not available.
Children can be handled in the same manner except using smaller doses. The maximum dose (equivalent to 15 drops for an adult) is 3 drops for each 25 pounds
of body weight and one drop for a new baby. Start children off with one drop and increase from there.
Maintenance doses should continue at 6 drops a day for people over 50 and 6 drops twice a week for younger people.
Flush the colon out first with water and aloe vera or a teaspoon or two of baking soda. Then flush out the baking soda. Then implant the MMS just as if it were a dose to be taken by mouth. Keep increasing the drops until you reach at least 16 drops per implant. Leave it in as long as possible. It should all be absorb into the sides of the colon."
Okay, so I bought an enema bag yesterday and gave myself my first test run enema,with NO MMS, just water, according to the directions on the following link:
Trust me when I tell you that it is not as simple as it sounds!!!! You MUST do this very slowly. I did it the first time and couldn't hold it in more than 5 minutes before I had to evacuate. So be careful and do this on a tile floor next to the toilet! I tried it again and was able to get in about a pint of water this time and held it in, by the grace of God, for 10 minutes. It is a chore, needless to say. And will take you a half an hour,including shower time afterwards.