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Does anyone have experience with patients using Master Mineral Supplement (as a malaria prevent remedie) together with homeopathic remedies?
I have a patient where I suspect the MMS to have antidote the remedie.
Please share your experience.
thank you for your reaction.
Just google on Master Mineral Supplement and you find loads of information about it.
It is natrium-cloride solution in water. It is combined with citric acid and develops to chloriet of which is said to be able to heal malaria.
it is something quit new.
Bevause there is acid involved I was wondering if anyone had experience with it. I hace a patiënt of with whom it possibilly antidoted the remedy.
All homeopathic medicines will not be antidoted by taking tea, coffee, beverages, tonics, or any other mixtures. There are a few remedies that may not act well when given along with certain items. Antidoting may be possible with particular foods, beverages or even medicines. Since our medicines are having dynamic power, it is more sensitive to another dynamic medicine. But, here there are certain specific antidotes for each homeopathic medicine.
I have not used the product mentioned by you. If you really feel that the remedy is antidoted by this mixture, you can repeat the same remedy, provided, the patient is having the same symptomatology. If not, you can go for re casetaking and prescribe according to the present totality.
Friends i just wanted to share The FDA warning against using this MMS.
FDA Warns Consumers of Serious Harm from Drinking Miracle Mineral Solution or master mineral supplement (MMS)
Product contains industrial strength bleach
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to take Miracle Mineral Solution, an oral liquid also known as “Miracle Mineral
Supplement” or “MMS.” The product, when used as directed, produces an
industrial bleach that can cause serious harm to health
Dear Debby and others.
I have noticed there is a lot of pro and contra to the MMS. It is not appealing to me but some of my patients get attracted by it.
I know the FDA point of view but...... the FDA is completely powered by the American pharmaceutical industry and therefore not a reliable source of information.
The way to deal as Dr Muhammed Rafeeque points out is well known to me. But if a patient is out somewhere in Africa and has to deal with malaria I'm not able to control things I would like.
What I was asking for ..... and nobody has answered that question yet.....
Has anyone experience with the MMS antidoting our remedies?