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MMS1 Spray Bottle Recipe
This MMS1 spray is used in some of the protocols that follow, many of which are for the treatment of diseases/ailments such as:
- Skin cancer
- Skin infection
You will need a dark colored, glass spray bottle in which to store this spray. The recipe below is for a 1 oz bottle, but you may double or quadruple the recipe to make enough for a 2 oz or 4 oz spray bottle if you wish.
- Activate 10 drops of MMS solution (10 drops of 28% sodium chlorite solution + 10 drops of an acid) in a glass container (we recommend activating the MMS in a separate glass container from the spray bottle because it’s easier to make sure that you’ve added the right number of drops).
- Wait for 30 seconds for the MMS to turn light orange, and then add 1oz (30ml or a little bit more than 2 tablespoons) of clean, purified water to the mix.
- Pour the mixture into your spray bottle. Spray it on your skin up to 8 times throughout the day on affected areas.
This MMS mixture can stay active for up to 7 days. Ideally, it should be stored in the fridge or in another cool, dark place so that it stays good for as long as possible. Make a new batch after 7 days.
Some people choose to rub or spray DMSO onto their skin after applying this MMS1 spray in order to increase the penetration and strength of the MMS. If you choose to do this, make sure that your skin and hands are clean and dry (use only unscented, natural soaps, like Dr. Bronner’s, and make sure you don’t have any lotions, nail polish, chemicals, or other similar substances on your hands or on the area of your body where you are using the DMSO).
MMS2 Spray Bottle Recipe
This recipe uses MMS2 (calcium hypochlorite) powder with water to make a powerful skin spray that can treat similar conditions to the MM1 spray outlined above. The MMS1 and MM2 sprays are both powerful medicines, but they work somewhat differently and some people may have more success with one than with the other depending on their unique situation. You may try both to see which works better for you.
- Sprinkle a moderate layer of MMS2 (calcium hypochlorite) powder over the bottom of a glass spray bottle of your choice (the amount will vary depending on how much MMS2 spray you’re making).
- Fill the spray bottle with clean, purified water, and then shake well until the MMS2 powder is dissolved.
- Get out another glass container for this step. Pour the MMS2 solution through a clean, paper coffee filter from the bottle into the other glass container (this is to filter out any small clumps that might be left, which may cause a clog in your spray bottle if they’re not filtered out like this).
- Rinse out the inside of the spray bottle to make sure there aren’t any remaining clumps on the inside, and then transfer the filtered MMS2 solution back into the spray bottle.
Though the MMS2 solution may be used in much the same way as the MMS1 solution, there are some things to keep in mind as this solution is different from MMS1. First of all, DO NOT USE DMSO with this MMS2 solution! Using DMSO with MMS2 may result in burns to the skin (whereas this does not happen with MMS1). It’s also important to close your eyes and avoid spraying the MMS2 solution into your eyes because it may cause burns or irritation if sprayed directly into the eyes.