The Chemical Makeup of MMS
Just as with practically all forms of treatment, if it's administered to you for
long enough, you'll begin to develop immunity. In other words, if you were to be given the same type of antibiotics
for an extended period of time in order to treat an infection, the bacterial responsible for the infection will
eventually become resistant to the medication. This actually has a double outcome, because on one hand, it gives
the pharmaceutical an opportunity to keep making and selling new products, but at the same time, the have no option
if we're to stay ahead of a particular threat.
When it comes to MMS, we need to bear in mind that above all, it's oxidizer which
essentially works by homing in on pathogens, and then goes about removing their electrons.
The point of interest here is that pathogens and human tissues are vastly different, so in essence, the human
body cannot become immune to MMS. Also, the actual mechanism behind this process never undergoes any form of
change. MMS will be just as effective, even if you've been using it for years.
The active ingredient within MMS is chlorine dioxide, and
interestingly enough, this has been used for many years already in order to treat public water
supplies. Simply put, when added to water, it
wipes out a broad range of parasites and disease which would otherwise infect us. Another point of interest
is the fact that while Jim Humble is often credited with the discovery of this outstanding substance,
chlorine dioxide was in fact already being used in hospital the world over, as well as in the agricultural
sector. Jim Humble, one could argue, simply shed light on the fact that considering our bodies consist mainly
of water; chlorine dioxide may do the same as it does in large bodies of public water.
So, what makes MMS such a force to be reckoned with? Simply put,
chlorine dioxide simply hates pathogens, and the very instant it comes into contact with one, the pathogen
will have the misfortune of loosing approximately five electrons. Fortunately for the human race, practically no known pathogens are capable of
standing up to such a sever attack.
Once the chlorine dioxide has stripped a sufficient number of electrons from rogue
pathogens, it throws in the towel and begins to decompose into harmless by-product which will simply pass through
the body. The pathogen on the other hand, is basically left paralyzed, and due to complex processes within the
body, a percentage of it is converted into a salt, thus meaning it's 100% harmless at this point.
Another interesting fact is that chlorine dioxide will only home in on invaders
which have a pH lower than 7. Yes, you've guessed it. The vast majority of dangerous pathogens fall into the pH
range, while good bacteria and so on tend to have a pH higher than 7.
Lastly but not least, chlorine dioxide doesn't waste time, and it doesn't hang
around if it's not needed. In fact, if no pathogens are discovered within about an hour, MMS simply breaks down
into regular table salt.
So, there you have it - while MMS has certainly caused a lot of waves, and while
it has helped many people, there really is nothing complicated about it.