Is MMS effective against parasites?
Even though most of us would like to believe we don't have any of these unwanted
guests lurking about within our bodies, statistics suggest that approximately 90% of people will at some point in
their lives have to deal with parasites. How do these nasty little critters find their way into our systems? There
are several ways a person can become infected with parasites, but in this article we won't bother looking into
this. Instead, we'll focus on what some of the most common parasites are, and we'll answer the question as to
whether or not MMS can help us to get rid of these unwelcome invaders.
Just to drive the point home once more - approximately 90% of the human race is at
any given time, infected with one or more types of internal parasite. While some parasites
will cause very little trouble, and can live inside you all your life without any serious consequences, other
internal parasites are not quite as harmless. Interestingly enough, there are more than a thousand known
parasites capable of infecting humans. The challenging thing is, conventional stool testing is only able to
approximately 1% of these.
The most common types of parasite in humans are Tapeworms, Hookworms, and Flukes.
Let's take a brief look at each of these in turn, while at the same time bearing in mind that MMS can help you to
Tapeworms - Tapeworms
can, believe it or not, grow to over 20 feet in length. The easiest way to determine if you have one of these
living inside you is by inspecting your stools on a regular basis. The reason for this being that pieces of the
worm frequently break off and are then visible in the stools on infected people. Unfortunately, as long as the head
remains inside, the worm will simply keep on growing. The most common cause of infection is undercooked
Hookworms - Hookworms
are well and truly nasty visitors. These enter the body through the skin (usually via the feet) and then find their
way into the bloodstream. Once established, they migrate to the lungs and intestines. Infestations usually end up
causing extreme discomfort, and even severe pain. Loss of appetite, abdominal pain, or blood tinged phlegm, are all
tell-tale signs, and immediate action will need to be taken. Once again, these little nasties are no match for
Flukes - Flukes are by
no means a parasite to be taken lightly. To the contrary, the World Health Organization considers flukes to be the
next biggest danger to society after malaria, and they have actively been trying to control the spread of flukes,
particularly in third world countries. Repeated infections can result in permanent damage to the lungs, liver,
intestines and bladder.
There are many other common parasites, such as round worms for example. In fact,
the World Health Organization tells us that approximately 25% of the planet's population has roundworm
infestations. Pinworms are another common parasite, and the list could go on and on. As mentioned previously
however, MMS is known to be a powerful terminator of these parasites, and of course there's the added bonus that
MMS can also help to prevent re-infestation.