DISCLAIMER: CONSULT WITH A DOCTOR BEFORE DECIDING ON A TREATMENT PLAN FOR ANY DISEASE OR INJURY.
The Protocol 1000 Plus is identical to the Classic Protocol 1000, except with the Plus version you’ll add dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) to your hourly MMS solution. This protocol can be applied to many of the same illnesses as the Classic Protocol 1000, but because of the addition of dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO), the MMS becomes stronger and reaches further into the body. The DMSO is also a mild painkiller and can reduce swelling, so it’s a good choice for people who may be experiencing pain in addition to their illness. The Protocol 1000 Plus (because of the DMSO in the mix) is also particularly potent as an antifungal, for reducing blood clotting, encouraging nerve and tissue healing and regeneration, and encouraging the body to return to its normal rhythms.
If you want to progress to Protocol 1000 Plus, but you haven’t yet reached 3 drops with the Classic Protocol 1000, that’s fine. Just add the DMSO to the MMS dosage you’re already taking, and then, when you’re ready, continue to increase the MMS dosage (along with the DMSO) to the full dose of 3 activated drops every hour.
Follow the steps below for the Protocol 1000 Plus:
- Activate 3 drops of MMS1 solution (3 drops of 28% sodium chlorite solution + 3 drops of an acid) in a dry glass container. Wait for 30 seconds until the drops turn an amber color.
- Add ½ cup of clean, purified water.
- Immediately after adding the water, add 9 drops of DMSO (you should add the DMSO to the MMS in a ratio of 3:1… so if you’re only taking 2 drops right now, you’ll only add 6 drops of DMSO per dose until you increase the MMS dosage). Drink the mix right away (this is essential for success with MMS, especially when it’s combined with DMSO).
- Repeat the steps above every hour for a total of 8 consecutive hours.
If you experience nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or other severe symptoms after starting the Protocol 1000 Plus, decrease the DMSO dosage by 50% (so if you were taking 9 drops of DMSO with 3 drops of MMS, you’ll change your hourly dose to 4 ½ drops of DMSO to 3 drops of MMS). If you’re still experiencing these symptoms after reducing the DMSO dose, reduce the DMSO dosage by 50% again. If necessary, you may remove the DMSO from the protocol for 1 day to allow yourself to recover, and then you may start adding the DMSO again, starting with a small dose of it at first and gradually working back up to the appropriate dosage based on how many drops of MMS you’re currently taking.
Although very rare, some people do have an allergy to DMSO. Most of the time, those who experience an allergic reaction to DMSO also have a serious liver problem. To test whether or not you have an allergy, wash and dry an inconspicuous area of your arm using natural, fragrance-free soap and clean water. Make sure your hands are clean too, and then add a drop of DMSO to the cleaned area of your arm and rub it into the skin. Let the DMSO soak in for about 15 minutes, and then wait for 24 hours to see if you have any reaction (specifically, you want to pay attention to whether you have any pain in the liver area). If you don’t notice anything significant, then you don’t have an allergy and you may proceed to use DMSO in any MMS protocol.
Keep in mind that MMS also heals the liver. So, if you’ve been taking MMS1 for longer than one week, the chances are good that you’ll be able to take DMSO safely. Nonetheless, if you’re aware of a liver problem that you have (or have had), it’s a good safety precaution to do the DMSO test above just in case. For people who do have a negative reaction to DMSO when they do the allergy test, it’s best to work on healing the liver with MMS before starting on any protocol involving DMSO. Begin with the Starting Procedure, and then progress to the Classic Protocol 1000. Do the allergy test again after a week. If you still have a reaction, continue with the Protocol 1000, doing a test every few days to a week, until you don’t experience any reaction. Then you may proceed to the Protocol 1000 Plus if you want.
Protocol 1000 Plus for Children and Infants
Children and infants can also use the Protocol 1000 Plus as a treatment for various ailments. The ratio of activated MMS1 drops to DMSO (1:3) will remain the same, however the dosage of MMS1 is less in children and infants than it is for adults. We have a chart below to help you determine the maximum dosage for your child according to body weight when administering the Protocol 1000 Plus to them.
|Protocol 1000 Plus Dosages for Children|
|Weight||Activated MMS1 Drops per Hour|
|Infants less than 7 lbs (3.2 kg)||¾ drop per hour the first day of Protocol 1000 treatment, then work up to 1 drop. Continue the 1 drop per hour dosage for the rest of the 21 days of treatment. You will use 2 ¼ drops of DMSO on the first day, and once you get to 1 drop of MMS1 you will use 3 drops of DMSO per treatment.|
|Infants between 7-24 lbs (3.2-10 kg)||¾ drop per hour the first day, then work up to 1 drop. Continue the 1 drop per hour dosage for the rest of the 21 days of treatment. Use 2 ¼ drops of DMSO on the first day, and once you get to 1 drop of MMS1 you will use 3 drops of DMSO per treatment.|
|Children between 24-49 lbs (11-22 kg)||1 drop per hour for the full 21 days of treatment (you will start with and continue with this dosage for the entire duration of treatment with the Protocol 1000). Mix in 3 drops of DMSO per treatment.|
|Children between 50-74 lbs (22-33kg)||Start with 1 drop per hour and work up to 2 drops per hour. When you reach 2 drops, continue with this dosage for the rest of the 21 days of treatment. Use 3 drops of DMSO when you are administering 1 drop per hour. Increase the dosage of DMSO accordingly until you are administering 2 drops of MMS1 per hour plus 6 drops of DMSO.|
|Children more than 75 lbs (34 kg)||Start with 1 drop per hour and gradually work up to 3 drops per hour over the course of a few days. Remain at the 3 drops per hour dosage for the remainder of treatment. Use 3 drops of DMSO when you are administering 1 drop per hour. Increase the dosage of DMSO accordingly until you are administering 3 drops of MMS1 per hour plus 9 drops of DMSO.|
Like with any MMS protocol, pay close attention to your child and if they start to exhibit symptoms like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or anything else that you view to be a more severe detox reaction, cut the dosage you’re currently giving them in half until the symptoms either lesson to something manageable or disappear completely. You may work your child’s dosage back up slowly when they seem ready. Remember, slow and steady is the name of the game! Keep administering the MMS1, but reduce the dosage as needed. Increase the dosage when it seems right.
Below are the steps involved in the Protocol 1000 Plus for children and infants:
- Activate the number of drops of MMS1 solution (28% sodium chlorite solution + an acid) that corresponds to your child’s body weight in a dry glass container. Wait for 30 seconds until the drops turn an amber color.
- Add ½ cup of clean, purified water.
- Immediately after adding the water, add 9 drops of DMSO according to the chart above (which is according to a 1:3 ratio of activated MMS1 drops to DMSO). Have your child drink the solution right away (don’t wait for more than 60 seconds).
- Have your child repeat the steps above every hour for a total of 8 consecutive hours.