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Most diseases are caused or aided by microbes and parasites. Due to antibiotics, steroidal drugs and chemotherapy our natural intestinal bacteria have been damaged and pathogenic microbes, especially fungi and mycoplasmas, are out of control. Commonly babies now become inoculated with pathogens already in the birth canal. Also microbes from childhood vaccinations may still be present, and there tend to be infection foci in root-canal treated teeth and possibly in scars from surgery. All of these greatly weaken our immune system and allow pathogenic microbes to invade the blood and internal organs. Now we become susceptible to frequent infections, autoimmune diseases, allergies, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Pathogenic microbes are the underlying cause of basically all chronic diseases.
An Integrated MMS Therapy
By Walter Last
Sodium chlorite is presently being promoted as a miracle mineral supplement or MMS with superior antimicrobial activity. You can appreciate its power from a statement by its discoverer, Jim Humble, that all 75,000 individuals with malaria that have been treated were cured within a day (1).This obviously is important not only for self-healing but also for the drug industry and medicine which so far try to ignore or suppress this development. However, there are also considerable problems associated with using MMS. In the following I suggest to minimise these problems by integrating MMS with other natural therapies rather than using it as a stand-alone treatment for all conditions.
Conventional Use of Sodium Chlorite
In solution sodium chlorite (NaClO2) is very alkaline and stable but when acidified it forms the gas chlorine dioxide (ClO2) which smells the same as chlorine and probably is the strongest all-round antimicrobial and parasite remedy. While it destroys all anaerobic microbes and parasites, it does not damage the beneficial lactobacteria of our intestinal flora. The only residue left in water, food, or in the body after treatment with MMS is a tiny amount of table salt or sodium chloride (NaCl).