MMS Breathing Treatment Protocol

MMS Breathing Treatment Protocol
MMS Breathing Treatment Protocol

•1 or 2 drops of MMS ACTIVATED in a GLASS.

NEVER MORE than 1 OR 2 DROPS! You risk flooding your lungs if you do more than 1 or 2 drops so never do more than the recommended dosage.

•Hold the glass a few inches away from your nose, you should be able to smell it from a distance. GENTLY inhale through the nose and exhale through the mouth 3 times, on the fourth inhale, hold your breath for 2-3 seconds and then exhale gently.

•Do this every hour for 8 hours a day if you'd like, at the same time you do your normal Protocol 1000.

•You will know if it’s too strong for you, if it is, do ONLY 1 DROP and hold it further away from your nose. You will be able to SLOWLY work your way up to 2 drops, just take your time.

There are many names of diseases for lungs: asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis, bacterial pneumonia, emphysema, pulmonary embolism, and mild to serious respiratory diseases of all kinds, such as the common cold, croup, tuberculosis and lung cancer. Most diseases of the lungs cause symptoms you can feel, and many of them will make you cough. Coughing generally is not caused by a tickling in the throat but mainly because the body is trying to cough up mucus that tends to block the breathing tubes. Mucus can also hide various diseases. Getting rid of mucus in the lungs is key to curing the lungs. This protocol is for that purpose. In addition to getting rid of mucus, the chlorine dioxide gas released from the MMS1 (activated MMS) can also kill disease pathogens in the lungs which are not hiding in mucus.

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