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Author: Lydian Shipp

How to Treat a Cat Bite with MMS and DMSO

Disclaimer: Consult with a doctor before deciding on a treatment plan for coronavirus or any other disease. According to Amazon and other entities, I am required to include the following link to ensure that people have access to the CDC information about Coronavirus. If you’ve been bitten with a cat or a dog and the bite does not involve a lot of blood loss or require stitches or any other kind of emergency intervention, you may be able to treat it at home using DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide) and MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution, aka Chlorine Dioxide). If you don’t already have these items on hand, you’ll need to pursue a different type of treatment. Don’t delay! It’s important that you disinfect the wound immediately and begin applying the DMSO and MMS mixture to your skin right away (I put 6 drops of MMS + 6 drops of activator + 18 drops of DMSO on my wound HOURLY for my treatment + 6 drops of MMS + 6 drops of Activator + 18 drops of DMSO taken internally 3 times during the first 24 hours after the bite). It can take about 96 hours for the immune system to develop a full defense against the pathogens introduced into the wound so you have to be diligent in caring for the wound during this entire time (even at night). Watch for red streaks...

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Coffee Enemas

Disclaimer: Consult with a doctor before deciding on a treatment plan for cancer or any other disease. Quick Description Coffee enemas are a major part of multiple cancer protocols, including the Gerson Protocol, the Gonzalez Protocol, and the Budwig Protocol. The use of coffee enemas helps clear out toxins lodged in the intestines and the digestive system as well as those released by tumors to help eliminate pain and discomfort for cancer patients [1]. Coffee enemas can help patients manage and cure their cancer as well as provide a lasting strategy for overall wellbeing and gut health [2]. Politics   Coffee enemas and other kinds of enemas using cleansing materials have been used in cultures across the world for thousands of years. The Native American tribes used organic coffee beans to create enemas to use as a liver purifier, while the Dead Sea Scrolls (most likely written around the time of Jesus) make mention of the use of daily enemas for the maintenance of overall wellbeing. Cultures including the Greeks, Romans, Hindus, Chinese, and Sumerians also have records regarding the use of enemas for health and healing. Enemas were in common use in modern American culture as well until the 20th century when they started to disappear from use [2].   When performed correctly, coffee enemas are a safe and effective way to alkalize the body. Cancer cells thrive in...

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