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john.d
15th May 2011, 20:45
Does anyone know ? Ive been looking everywhere but cant find any info ?

John

sshenry
15th May 2011, 20:47
No. Seriously, it's too harsh.

Harsh enough on an adult's system (though effective). I wouldn't risk it on an infant, especially since most drugs and supplements hardly filter at all and end up in the breastmilk.

seko
15th May 2011, 22:42
I haven't had any experience with MMS and breastfeeding, but I know pregnant women have taking it and there hasn't been any bad reactions.
I suggest you take only one drop of MMS with 5 drops of lemon juice. see the results. Take it from there on.
MMS improves the immune system.
Read Jim humble's website on babies and pregnant women.
http://www.jimhumble.biz/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=26

sshenry
15th May 2011, 23:00
I should have explained, I had a friend who took regular doeses of MMS while pregnant, and actually went into premature labor the three seperate occasions she was dosing herself (took her three times before she connected the dots). Of course she was taking large doses for a medical problem she had. Each time she went into labor was when she went over eight drops of MMS per dose.

The same friend went back to MMS when she was breastfeeding and when she'd get over four drops, the baby would go into fits of colic.

john.d
15th May 2011, 23:30
I haven't had any experience with MMS and breastfeeding, but I know pregnant women have taking it and there hasn't been any bad reactions.
I suggest you take only one drop of MMS with 5 drops of lemon juice. see the results. Take it from there on.
MMS improves the immune system.
Read Jim humble's website on babies and pregnant women.
http://www.jimhumble.biz/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=26

Thanks for the link , its good to know Jim's view and experience :)


I should have explained, I had a friend who took regular doeses of MMS while pregnant, and actually went into premature labor the three seperate occasions she was dosing herself (took her three times before she connected the dots). Of course she was taking large doses for a medical problem she had. Each time she went into labor was when she went over eight drops of MMS per dose.

The same friend went back to MMS when she was breastfeeding and when she'd get over four drops, the baby would go into fits of colic.

And thank you for the advise also , our baby is 9 months old so getting him off the breast maybe an option . We are just trying to get informed .

John

happyexpat
16th May 2011, 01:39
Being a breastfeeding mother, I would not take it under any circumstances while breastfeeding.

If someone has a condition that serious, and they have dowsed or talked to a legitimate medical intuitive and feel it is the ONLY option, then they should unquestionably wean first.

perfectresonance
16th May 2011, 01:55
I have it sitting in front of me here and I just can't cope with it in my system. I've switched to colloidal silver instead, and even have my own little production line going.

Based on how my body reacts to MMS? I wouldn't take it if pregnant or breast feeding.

Of course, neither of those situations are likely to happen :)

I keep it around in the event I may need to hit "something" hard. It doesn't seem to be the thing for me to get on top off a runny nose - too harsh.

Colloidal silver is really gentle and the taste is hard to pick up.

My (now) 4 year old has had a difficult time taking any medicine. In the end we more or less had to give up because he wouldn't take it, and force feeding him meds didn't work (it would all come back up).

Now I just slip some colloidal silver into his water bottle (he drinks water 99% of the time), and he isn't even aware. No colour, no taste and no obvious effects when in the body.

Just my experience as a dad in case it helps.

john.d
16th May 2011, 07:32
yes , mms is very harsh indeed but it definately does the job ! We've got colloidal silver but havent had much joy with it to be honost . I suppose every one is different ey :) Do you use a generator to make your own ?


John

perfectresonance
16th May 2011, 20:09
Yes I do have my own generator John.

I think the difference is that my family uses colloidal silver as a supplement as opposed to a specific treatment. When I tried MMS as a specific treatment it kicked my body around. The documentation says it will, so I kept on keeping on, and I just got worse and worse. In the end the cure (which didn't seem to arrive) was worse than the ailment (heavy flu), so I decided to do burn it off the old fashioned way :) Tried MMS half a dozen times for periods extending into two weeks and all it does is makes me feel worse. It may be that I am administering it wrongly.

I still recommend colloidal silver as a low-dose, regularly taken supplement as it assists your immune system. For us below the equator, this is a critical time of the year to do so.

Of course, regular and sufficient sleep, lots of water (lots!), and a good diet go a long way :)