How to Heal a Serious Skin Infection at Home
DISCLAIMER: CONSULT WITH A DOCTOR BEFORE DECIDING ON A TREATMENT PLAN FOR ANY DISEASE OR INJURY.
Supporting protocols are designed to provide targeted, specialized MMS treatment. They should be used in addition to an MMS protocol like those listed above in order to achieve the maximum benefit from treatment.
The Patch Protocol can be used for the targeted treatment of the following (though the list below is certainly not complete, these are only examples of how the Patch Protocol may be used):
Tumors (cancerous or benign) near to the skin (such as skin cancer, throat cancer, bone cancer, etc.)
Pain relief (especially in areas where there is cancer)
Brown recluse and other spider bites
Skin boils and eruptions
We’ve outlined the steps in the Patch Protocol below (you’ll need cotton gauze pads to do this):
- Activate 10 drops of MMS1 solution (10 drops of 28% sodium chlorite solution + 10 drops of an acid) in a dry glass container. Wait for 30 seconds until the drops turn an amber color.
- Add 10 drops of clean, purified water. Mix the solution around so that it’s well combined.
- After adding the water, add 10 drops of 90-99% DMSO and again swirl around to combine the solution.
- Soak an undyed, chemical-free cotton gauze pad in the solution you’ve made and apply it to the area that you wish to treat directly. You may use tape to keep the pad in place if you’d like.
- Wait for 15 minutes and then remove the pad (which will likely be a white color again because the body will have absorbed the MMS).
If you experience a burning or itching sensation after applying the pad, add an extra teaspoon of water to the solution that you make for the next patch. If after that you’re still experiencing irritation, you may even add another teaspoon more. Add as much as is needed until you’re not experiencing irritation anymore.
Depending on the size of the treatment area, you may need more or less MMS+DMSO solution. If you need more, just double or triple the number of drops of MMS, DMSO, and water that you use per batch, or cut the number in half for a smaller batch.
Complete the Patch Protocol once or twice daily as needed.
The Patch Protocol for Infants, Children, and People with Sensitive Skin
Read the section above to get detailed information on the Patch Protocol. The steps involved with treatment of infants, children, and people with sensitive skin are identical to those for adults who don’t have particularly sensitive skin, however the dosage is somewhat different. Below we have the steps for the Patch Protocol that you may follow if you’re treating a young person or someone with sensitive skin:
- Activate 5 drops of MMS1 solution (5 drops of 28% sodium chlorite solution + 5 drops of an acid) in a dry glass container. Wait for 30 seconds until the drops turn an amber color.
- Add 20 drops of clean, purified water. Mix the solution around so that it’s well combined.
- After adding the water, add 5 drops of 90-99% DMSO and again swirl around to combine the solution (do not use metal to do this, just swirl the solution gently).
- Soak a cotton gauze pad in the solution you’ve made and apply it to the area that you wish to treat directly. You may use tape to keep the pad in place if you’d like.
- Wait for 5 minutes and then remove the pad (which will likely be a white color again because the body will have absorbed the MMS).
- When you remove the patch, observe whether or not there is skin irritation. If the first patch does not irritate the skin, apply a second patch 2 hours later and use more MMS1 drops and DMSO (increase the number of MMS1 and DMSO drops as slowly or quickly as you feel you need to). You may also leave the patch on for 15 minutes this time if you’d like.
If there’s irritation after following Steps 1-5, increase the amount of water you use per application to 40 drops. You may increase the amount of water as necessary until there’s no irritation on the skin. When you finally reach a solution that doesn’t cause any irritation (some people may have no problem with this, while it may take some trial and error for others), you may continue with the applications according to this solution of MMS1 + DMSO.
Some people choose to use hexane-free castor oil or pure aloe vera gel in between patch applications or overnight (when you aren’t as likely to be applying regular patches) to soothe and hydrate the skin. This can be particularly valuable for people with sensitive skin or for infants or small children. If you notice excess dryness on your skin while doing this supporting protocol, use either castor oil or aloe vera for relief.