MMS Spray Bottle Protocol

MMS Spray Bottle Protocol
MMS 4 ounce Spray Bottle Protocol

If you have any kind of skin problems, be it skin cancer, eczema, psoriasis, infections or wounds, etc., spraying the skin or wound with MMS is a great help. It is important for skin problems to start right away with spraying the skin as you begin your health recovery. Using this spray bottle is also helpful for most any type of isolated skin problems as well, such as wounds or bruises, to help the overall condition of the skin, and many more conditions. It can be used for the rest of your life for skin problems, whether you are on the other protocols or not. Anytime the MMS spray stings or burns your skin go to the Mold/Fungus Protocol

  • Start with 10 ACTIVATED drops of MMS in a CLEAN, DRY GLASS. You may use up to 40 activated drops of MMS per 4 ounces of water however, work your way up to this, find what works for you. 
  • Add 4 ounces of CLEAN, PURE water, like distilled, Zero or reverse osmosis.
  • Pour this solution into a small spray bottle, plastic or glass is fine. 
  • Spray on the effected area every hour and allow it to air dry.
  • If kept refrigerated and sealed this solution will last approximately 1 week.

The MMS Spray Bottle Protocol has many uses. It's perfect for spraying on skin cancer, wounds, burns, bug bites, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis...pretty much any kind of skin condition. You can use this protocol to disinfect kitchen and bathrooms. Works great to clean your veggies and fruit too! 

***You may want to avoid using this protocol on a sunburn as the acid activator may cause discomfort

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