MMS Enema Protocol
MMS Enema Protocol
by Jim Humble
Using an MMS1 enema is often very important to the recovery of health. The enema delivers chlorine dioxide to the liver and to the bloodstream, as well as neutralizing toxins and killing parasites in the bowel. In addition, adding MMS1 in the enema kills pathogens in the colon and much of the MMS1 is absorbed through the colon walls into the blood plasma. In many cases the enema will give the colon a much needed cleaning.
If you do not know how to give yourself an enema, please study and familiarize yourself with the process before attempting it by watching the video below.
- Whether you are using enemas on their own for various problems, such as bladder difficulties, or whether you are on other protocols at the same time, 5 drops of activated MMS in 1000 ml (1 liter/quart) of purified water (warm or body temperature) in the enema bag would be a good amount to start with. Increase the drops in each enema until you reach 30 drops. If at any time you feel discomfort or that the solution is too strong, cut the drops in half and work up again slowly from there to what you are comfortable with
- Using citric acid as the activator acid can tend to burn if one goes up very high with their drops, especially past 20 drops. For enemas, 4% HCL (hydrochloric acid) is the preferred activator acid to use
- Do not use a stainless steel enema bag. Some people consider these the very best, however, stainless steel may react chemically with MMS and therefore is not a good choice. Click Here for a good silicone enema bag. ***The link is for the United States, if outside the US, look for one similar in your country
Never use DMSO in an enema!
Why? The colon contains many toxins the body is flushing out. If you put DMSO in the colon, you can return some of those toxins back into the blood stream.
- Prepare the water for your enema bag by warming 1000 ml (1 liter/quart) of distilled, reverse osmosis or water under 5 ppm to body temperature. (It is important to warm the enema bag water to body temperature, as using cool water could cause severe cramping)
- Select the number of drops you want to use (5 drops the first time). In a clean, dry glass activate your drops and count 30 seconds. (Remember, if using citric acid, you will not want to go past 20 drops per enema. HCL 4% is the preferred activator for enemas)
- Add the activated drops to the warm water you have prepared. Pour some of the warm water into the MMS activating glass and then pour that solution back into the container with the warm water. You now have your enema bag solution. (Be diligent to make sure all utensils used for this preparation are very clean)
- Fill your enema bag with the solution. For the first several enemas it is acceptable to use one half of this solution or even less in your enema bag if you are not comfortable using more. You can increase the amount of liquid a little bit each time until you are using the full amount of 1000 ml (1 liter/quart) of solution. Go at your own pace, do not make yourself excessively uncomfortable. Stop before you reach 1000 ml (1 liter/quart) if you feel uncomfortable
- Begin the enema. Let the water flow. Try to hold it in for 5 to 10 minutes if you can. If you cannot hold it, that is not a problem. Try holding a smaller amount, it’s sometimes easier, then repeat
- If you start with a 5-drop solution, do that once or twice and then do a 10-drop solution, and so on
- You can go as high as 20 to 30 drops if you work up to it, but do not continue if it causes problems
- You can do 2 to 3 enemas a day
- If you see improvement after doing 4 or 5 enemas, keep doing enemas until there is no further indication of improvement. But if there is no improvement after 4 or 5 enemas, do not continue with them. As I said, enemas can be a very important part of health recovery; however, I do not suggest prolonged use of enemas as they can be hard on the body. In this case, if you do not see any signs of progress after 4 or 5 enemas, do not continue. Go on to the next protocol or procedure outlined in the Health Recovery Plan
Exception: If you are on other protocols and fighting a
life-threatening disease, you can increase the drops in the enema accordingly. For example, if you are one of those people who is tolerating a larger amount of MMS1—say you are taking 9 to 12 drops or more an hour in your oral dose—then you may be able to increase the amount of MMS1 you put in your enema bag. But do not go beyond 60 drops in 1000 ml (1 liter/quart) of water per enema. Remember, this is the exception, not the rule.
Good results have been obtained with prostate and bladder problems with enemas, as well as many other problems.
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