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How to Treat a Cat Bite Using MMS and DMSO
If you’ve been bitten with a cat or a dog and the bite does not involve a lot of blood loss or require stitches or any other kind of emergency intervention, you may be able to treat it at home using DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide) and MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution, aka Chlorine Dioxide). If you don’t already have these items on hand, you’ll need to pursue a different type of treatment. Don’t delay! It’s important that you disinfect the wound immediately and begin applying the DMSO and MMS mixture to your skin right away (I put 6 drops of MMS + 6 drops of activator + 18 drops of DMSO on my wound HOURLY for my treatment + 6 drops of MMS + 6 drops of Activator + 18 drops of DMSO taken internally 3 times during the first 24 hours after the bite). It can take about 96 hours for the immune system to develop a full defense against the pathogens introduced into the wound so you have to be diligent in caring for the wound during this entire time (even at night). Watch for red streaks that go from the wound toward the heart and if there’s a lot of inflammation that extends beyond just the localized area around the wound, see a doctor right away. If you wait too long and the infection spreads too far, the consequences are dire (loss of limb or septicemia). But nonetheless, if you’re some distance from a doctor or you have reason to avoid going to a doctor for other reasons, or if you’re just very committed to avoiding the use of antibiotics, this treatment regimen might work for you.
MMS / CDS Dosage Using Dr. Thomas Hesselink’s Guidelines
MMS is very easy to administer. It is mixed in a 1:1 ratio with ascorbic acid (or vinegar or lime juice). You can determine the correct dosage by paying close attention to the way the medicine affects you or the dosage can be determined precisely based on the patient’s weight using Dr. Thomas Hesselink’s guidelines (click the link below):
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