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Chikungunya and Dengue fever are very different from each other, but the protocol is the same for both. These two illnesses are both viral, mosquito-borne diseases that are fairly common throughout certain parts of the world where there are many mosquitoes. Infection with these diseases can cause death in some cases, particularly when left untreated (and no solid treatment has been established yet in conventional medicine), but treatment with MMS1 can quickly and effectively overcome them. 

About Chikungunya

Chikungunya symptoms at the onset (beginning) of the illness are fever and joint pain, both of which occur suddenly with no warning. Other symptoms may follow, including headache, rash, muscle pain, nausea, and extreme fatigue. It may sometimes be misdiagnosed as Dengue. Often, healthy adults can recover from Chikungunya within a few weeks, however there are some situations where a person may have symptoms of the illness for months or even years. If you’ve been bitten by a mosquito carrying the Chikungunya virus, the symptoms will show up between 4-12 days after receiving the bite.

 

About Dengue Fever

An infection with the Dengue virus usually first manifests as a fever. The symptoms are otherwise very similar to Chikungunya, but there are still some important differences. Notably, muscle and joint pains are quite severe with this virus (earning it the nickname “Break-Bone Fever”), and developing a rash is common. Pain behind the eyes is also a frequent symptom. 

 

Dengue fever symptoms seem to disappear after 4-5 days, but then between 2-4 days after that, the symptoms return, specifically including a rash covering the entire body (except the face) and fever and/or chills. As a hemorrhagic fever, Dengue can cause internal bleeding and even death, particularly in severe cases or when it infects children, the elderly, or people who are otherwise immuno-compromised. The symptoms of this viral infection show up between 3-15 days after being bitten by a mosquito carrying the Dengue virus.

 

MMS1 Treatment Protocol

Follow the steps below to use MMS1 solution to treat an infection with Chikungunya or Dengue in an adult or adolescent: 

 

  1. Do the Protocol 6 and 6 right away (see the section on this protocol for detailed information on it). This involves taking one 6-drop dose of activated MMS1 at first, and then taking another 6-drop dose one hour later. If the first 6-drop dose causes you to feel nauseous, only administer 3 drops for the second dose (instead of another 6 drops). 
  2. After completing the Protocol 6 and 6, proceed to follow the instructions for the Classic Protocol 1000 (3-drop doses administered every hour for 8 consecutive hours of the day). You will need to continue with Protocol 1000 for AT LEAST 3 weeks (if needed, you can continue treatment for longer than this if you’re still showing signs of the infection).

 

MMS1 Treatment Protocol for Children and Infants

For the treatment of children and infants, you will follow Protocol 6 and 6 and Protocol 1000 according to the same timing as adults. However, you’ll need to adjust the dosage according to your child’s body weight. See the sections on Protocol 6 and 6 and Protocol 1000 for detailed tables regarding dosage information for children of different weights. Remember to reduce the dosage by half if your child experiences nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or other severe symptoms. 

 

MMS2 Treatment Protocol

In the case that MMS1 is not available, you can also use MMS2 to treat Chikungunya or Dengue fever. Make sure to follow all of the guidelines for using MMS2 correctly. Follow the instructions below to use MMS2 for the treatment of these viral infections in adults or teenagers: 

 

  1. Fill size #0 gel capsules ½ of the way full with MMS2 (calcium hypochlorite). You should make 20 capsules to start. 
  2. Take 1 capsule (which should be only ½ full) every 2 hours for a total of 10 consecutive hours of the day. In other words, you’ll take 5 total capsules over the course of 10 hours, spaced out to 1 capsule every 2 hours. Do this for at least 3-4 days, at which point it’s likely that the virus will be eradicated, but if you’re still sick with the virus you may continue this protocol until you’ve fully recovered. 

 

MMS2 Treatment Protocol for Children and Infants

Children who weigh less than 75 pounds should not take MMS2 for the treatment of any illness under any circumstances, including for these infections. Even if the child weighs more than 75 pounds, they should only be allowed to take MMS2 capsules if they can be trusted to swallow a capsule as an adult would without biting down on the pill, letting it linger in their mouth or throat, or choking on it. Breaking open the capsule accidentally would be a really uncomfortable experience for the child, so make absolutely sure that they can handle this before trying the MMS2 protocol with a child weighing 75+ pounds. Consider having them swallow a few empty practice capsules first. 

 

If you determine that your child can handle MMS2 capsules, use size #3 capsules filled ½ of the way full with MMS2 (calcium hypochlorite powder). Follow the same timing instructions as with an adult. If your child has nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea following this, reduce the dosage in the capsules by 50%, and keep reducing by half until these symptoms stop happening

 

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