MMS Protocol 3000

MMS Protocol 3000
The goal with serious or life-threatening situations is to quickly get MMS1 circulating in the blood while trying to stay under the nausea level. One way to achieve this is by using DMSO with MMS1 topically. DMSO is a carrier and therefore takes MMS1 directly into the skin and tissues and thus into the blood. Testing under laboratory conditions by adding tiny non-dangerous amounts of radiation have demonstrated that DMSO carries MMS1 directly to any cancer in the body and it then penetrates the cancer cells. We have evidence that DMSO also carries MMS1 to any place in the body where disease has weakened the area. 

Protocol 3000 is the topical use of MMS1 mixed with DMSO, applied to the body every hour for a minimum of eight hours a day. The MMS1/DMSO procedure described below is an accelerated skin technique that helps push MMS1 into the blood plasma. This method also helps to avoid a Herxheimer reaction. In the case of cancer or other life-threatening disease, it should be used in addition to a normal oral regimen of Protocol 2000.

Instructions for Protocol 3000

Step 1

  • Mix up a solution of 10 drops of MMS with 10 drops of 4% Hydrochloric Acid (HCl). Count 30 seconds for activation
  • Add 20 drops of water. But if this mixture is too strong (causes burning of the skin or other irritation), add more drops of water until it doesn’t cause irritation. If there is no extra skin sensitivity, you may want to add less water (do this in increments), to see if you can tolerate a stronger mixture
  • Add 1 teaspoon/5 ml of DMSO
  • Immediately spread the mixture over one arm. You can use your hand to spread the mix. (Be sure your hands are washed and thoroughly rinsed so as to remove all of the soap before applying DMSO.) It is not necessary, and even potentially dangerous to wear a glove, (if latex or rubber). When you have finished, wash your hand with plain water, do not wash with soap and water, as DMSO is a carrier and can carry some of the soap into your tissues

Step 2

  • The following hour, mix up another MMS1/DMSO solution and spread it on your other arm. Repeat the next hour and do a different part of your body. Do one arm first, then the other arm, then a leg, then the other leg, then your stomach, and then back to the first arm, and so on. Use a different part of the body each time you apply the DMSO/MMS1 combination. Do this once every hour for eight consecutive hours

Step 3

  • Repeat this process once every hour for eight consecutive hours for three consecutive days. It is fine to bathe or shower after completing the hours applying the MMS1/DMSO. Wait at least one hour after applying the last application. Thoroughly rinse well with plain water before using soap

Step 4

  • Then take a break. Quit from one to four days or however many days it takes to overcome any problems that may be caused by the DMSO, such as extra dry skin

Step 5

  • After the first week you can use this topical application four days a week, or more, if there is no problem with your skin. If there is no problem, continue to use MMS1 and DMSO every day, as long as there is no skin irritation. Anytime you experience irritation, cut back for a time, or you can add more water to the mixture

Note: When you quit the MMS1/DMSO topical application for four days you should still continue with your other MMS Protocols.


  • An alternative method is using the same mixture as mentioned above of MMS1 drops to water, but spread this mixture on the body first and then spray DMSO or pat on the DMSO over the top of the MMS1 on the same area. Gently rub it into the skin. You can use your clean bare hands to do this. When finished rinse your hands with plain water. (Remember, DMSO is a carrier, so using it with soap could carry the soap into your system, so rinse with water and wipe dry 
  • For extra sick people who should take smaller doses of DMSO, it would be best to start out using only a small area of the body. I suggest using an area about the size of the palm of your hand—no larger. Use a small area like this for several days before going to a larger area such as the entire arm or leg. Use a larger area only if there is no adverse reaction to DMSO in the smaller area
  • Or instead, add extra water to the mixture. That is, instead of using a smaller area to rub the DMSO on, add extra water to the MMS1/DMSO solution and then put it on the entire arm or leg and other areas
  • There is a more convenient way to do this Protocol that involves using spray bottles to apply the MMS1 and DMSO to the body, the spray bottle method may be easier for some people


  • When working with DMSO, do not use rubber or latex gloves or other medical gloves. You could get rubber into your body as DMSO melts the rubber. The plastic gloves that are not stretch are one kind of plastic that can be used with DMSO, like food handler gloves. Another type of glove is neoprene. You can find these as disposable and as reusable
  • Keep full strength DMSO out of your eyes. Be careful not to touch your eyes when handling DMSO until you have rinsed the DMSO off of your hands
  • If you notice a burning sensation on your skin after you have applied DMSO, a good technique is to place a teaspoon of purified water on the burning area and gently rub it in. Keep adding water until it is no longer burning. Or use a spray bottle with plain water in it for such problems, but do rub the water in

You can rub olive oil or Aloe Vera gel on the skin after the DMSO/MMS1 application in order to soothe the skin if you feel burning or irritation.

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