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The Stroke Protocol uses both MMS1 and DMSO to overcome stroke in adults, children, and infants who are experiencing the symptoms of stroke. Both of these medicines have been reported to be effective in preventing stroke in people of all ages. MMS1 in particular has been known to dissolve blood clots throughout the body, and DMSO can help not only make the MMS1 medicine more powerful but can also heal any potential nerve or tissue damage that may be present. 

 

Some of the symptoms of stroke are: 

 

  • Drooping face – If you notice that one (or both) side(s) of the face are drooping, ask the person to smile. Note if their smile is uneven. Ask if their face is numb, since this is another potential sign of stroke.
  • Arm weakness/numbness – Have the person raise both arms, and note whether one or both arms drift downward even upon being lifted.
  • Changes or difficulty in speech – Slurred speech, trouble communicating or understanding clearly, or inability to correctly repeat a simple sentence (like “the cat is black”) can all be signs of stroke.

As soon as a person begins exhibiting any of these symptoms (even if they go away), you should begin the steps in the protocol outlined below. Note the time when the symptoms began. You may choose to go to the hospital AND administer the MMS1 if it seems appropriate, and you can take the person to the hospital at any point during the Stroke Protocol treatment if it seems necessary (so be prepared with your car keys or a telephone to call emergency transport). If you are experiencing symptoms of stroke and you’re alone DO NOT attempt to drive yourself to the hospital! Call an ambulance or solicit some other form of transport instead to drive you.

 

Follow the steps below to administer the MMS1 + DMSO Stroke Protocol: 

 

  1. On the first day of the protocol at the onset of a stroke, immediately take 2 tablespoons of DMSO in a half-cup of water (only use GLASS utensils for this part, and if you don’t have GLASS measuring spoons, then estimate the amount of DMSO as closely as you can). Make sure that the water is clean and purified and place the DMSO and water into a glass container to drink.

    Drink down this mix of DMSO every 15 minutes for the course of 1 hour (in total, you will have to take 4 doses of this DMSO+water mix in one hour).
  2. Within 2 minutes of taking the first dose of DMSO in Step 1, take 6 activated drops of MMS1 (6 drops of 28% sodium chlorite solution + 6 drops of an acid), which should be allowed to activate for 30 seconds and then mixed with another ½ cup of water. One hour later, take a second 6-drop dose of MMS1 (this is otherwise known as “Protocol 6 and 6”, which you may refer to for more information if you want).

    NOTE: Do not mix the DMSO with the MMS as indicated in other protocols. You will take them separately from each other, but at around the same time (do not mix them).
  3. During the second and third hours after the onset of stroke symptoms, continue to take DMSO. However, you should reduce the dose of DMSO to only 1 teaspoon in ¼ of a cup of water (as opposed to the dose of 2 tablespoons in ½ of a cup of water that you took during the first hour). Continue to take the DMSO + water mix every 15 minutes. You will have taken a total of 8, 1-teaspoon doses of DMSO once the second and third hours have elapsed.

    Take your second 6-drop dose of MMS1 (mentioned in Step 2) within 2 minutes after the second dose of DMSO, the same as with the first dose of these medicines.
  4. Continue taking the DMSO for the rest of the day, but from the end of the third hour onward, only take ONE dose of DMSO in water. Make each hourly dose consist of 1 teaspoon of DMSO mixed into ¼ of a cup of fresh water.
  5. During the third hour, begin to follow the Protocol 1000 (you’ll follow through with this protocol for the entire 3-week period of time). This consists of taking 3 drops of activated MMS1 (allowed to activate for 30 seconds and then mixed in ½ of a cup of water) every hour for 8 consecutive hours of each day. If you have nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or extreme tiredness, you may reduce the dosage for the Protocol 1000 by half (and even by half again) until you start to feel better again. Do not stop taking the MMS1 altogether, but it’s okay to reduce the dosage and then work your way back up to the 3-drops per hour dose at a later point.
  6. DAY TWO (2) – Continue with the Protocol 1000 with MMS1 today, and every day until you’ve completed 21 total days of treatment on this protocol.
  7. Today, you will take 1 tablespoon of DMSO in ½ of a cup of water in the morning, and another 1 tablespoon of DMSO in ½ of a cup of water in the evening. Administer this 2-a-day DMSO dosage in the same way for the next week (you should do Step 7 every day for a total of 7 days).

    After 7 days have elapsed on this DMSO dosing schedule, you will take at least 1 tablespoon of DMSO mixed with ½ of a cup of water every day until you recover your health completely. Try to take your DMSO doses within 2 minutes of two of your MMS1 doses each day.
  8. Examine your diet to see if you can make any improvements, and continue to observe the MMS1 Protocol 1000 and the DMSO dosage in Step 7 until you regain your health. Don’t stop with this Stroke Protocol until you have totally recovered.

If the stroke symptoms come on in the evening or at night, you should still follow this protocol exactly, including close adherence to the timing noted in the steps above. Follow the protocol carefully, no matter what hour the symptoms set in. Set alarms to wake yourself to take the DMSO and MMS1 throughout the night, if needed. 

 

 

Stroke Protocol for Children and Infants

Children or infants who are exhibiting symptoms of stroke should also follow the instructions outlined above for the Stroke Protocol. Adjust the MMS1 and DMSO dosages according to the table below and make sure that, just as with an adult, you administer the medicines carefully according to the instructions regardless of the hour when the symptoms first start. If the symptoms begin in the evening or during the night, then you’ll need to wake yourself and your child accordingly to administer the medicines to them at the correct times. 

 

Stroke Protocol Dosage Guide for Children and Infants
Weight Dosage
Infants less than 12 lbs (5.5 kg) Use an ⅛ of the amount of DMSO as an adult, and follow the 6 and 6 protocol mentioned previously (this protocol will be “1 and 1” for babies, though… see the previous section on the 6 and 6 protocol for more detailed information). Follow up with the Protocol 1000 as with adults, but ensure the dosing is adjusted according to the child’s body weight as described in the section on Protocol 1000. 
Children 12-24 lbs (5.5-11 kg) Use an ⅛ of the amount of DMSO and an ⅛ of the amount of activated MMS1 as an adult. Also follow the 6 and 6 protocol mentioned previously (this protocol will be “2 and 2” for children of this weight, though… see the previous section on the 6 and 6 protocol for more detailed information). Follow up with the Protocol 1000 as with adults, but ensure the dosing is adjusted according to the child’s body weight as described in the section on Protocol 1000. 
Children 25-49 lbs (11-23 kg) Use an ¼ of the amount of DMSO and an ¼  of the amount of activated MMS1 as an adult. Also follow the 6 and 6 protocol mentioned previously (this protocol will be “3 and 3” for children of this weight, though… see the previous section on the 6 and 6 protocol for more detailed information). Follow up with the Protocol 1000 as with adults, but ensure the dosing is adjusted according to the child’s body weight as described in the section on Protocol 1000. 
Children 50-75 lbs (23-34 kg) Use an ½ of the amount of DMSO and an ½ of the amount of activated MMS1 as an adult. Also follow the 6 and 6 protocol mentioned previously (this protocol will be “4 and 4” for children of this weight, though… see the previous section on the 6 and 6 protocol for more detailed information). Follow up with the Protocol 1000 as with adults, but ensure the dosing is adjusted according to the child’s body weight as described in the section on Protocol 1000. 
Children weighing more than 75 lbs (34 kg) Use the same dosage as an adult and also do the 6 and 6 Protocol (which is actually “5 and 5” for children of this weight). Follow up with the Protocol 1000 as with adults, but ensure the dosing is adjusted according to the child’s body weight as described in the section on Protocol 1000. 

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