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Tammy N.
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Hi All,

I had the opportunity to attend Dr. K's Lyme talk this past Saturday evening. As always, it was great and very informative.

The big take away was to do MMS enemas 3 times per week (starting with 1 drop and slowly working up to 20 drops).

A doctor I know who attended the entire weekend conference has compiled notes from all the lectures. Here is the link: http://rasahealth.com/2013/05/notes-from-healing-your-brain-conference-klinghardt-academy-may-2013/

Best to all.

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Tammy - thanks so much for passing this on. I attended his lecture 3 years ago in NYC and found him to be a wonderful and entertaining speaker, as well as a genius!

Did he talk about the MMS protocol for children?

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Tammy N.
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He may have.....but my memory is fuzzy on the topic of children. I remember him talking of children/autism/lyme, etc. as he usually does. But I'm sorry I can't remember for sure about what he may have said about MMS and children. Sorry.
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I can't imagine giving a child MMS.

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quote:
Originally posted by Lymetoo:
I can't imagine giving a child MMS.

Me neither.

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Thanks for the notes Tammy!

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Tammy N.
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Apparently there are some Autism groups out there who are claiming big success with MMS. I don't know much about it....but a mother of 2 autistic kids was telling me about it.

lax - you're welcome:)

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This is MMS? No thank you, I'll pass.


http://www.fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch/SafetyInformation/SafetyAlertsforHumanMedicalProducts/ucm220756.htm

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MMS is controversial just like chronic Lyme. If we blindly follow the FDA and the CDC, then chronic lyme doesn't exist and you are considered to have post-lyme syndrome. This would mean there is no point treating yourself or continuing to research here on lymenet or anywhere else since it is an untreatable condition following Lyme Disease that you just have to live with.

Dr. K has created a protocol for killing lyme faster and more effectively than anything else our family has tried. There is a reason he is recognized all over the world in the autism and lyme circles. If he is suggesting something, I am going to research it further.

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That stuff was caustic to me.

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Great notes! Thanks!
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Thanks for your input Lymetoo - can you tell me how many drops you took at a time and for how long? What dose did you start with and what reactions did you have? How much water was it diluted in?

thanks,
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It's been years ago. I believe I started with one drop in a full glass of water. I didn't last more than a few weeks on that. It burned my stomach.

I know we were told to work our way up to 15 drops, but I can't remember how far I got.

If you like drinking chlorine, go for it.

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tick battler -- I agree with your post from 9am this morning.

So many things are controversial.....taking multiple long-term antibiotics is majorly controversial and can have life-long after-effects. And sadly most people do not achieve full remission. Once they stop, more often than not they backslide. Yet its done more than just about any other treatment.

If some people are getting well on a given protocol, I am willing to listen and perhaps cautiously give it a try.

The bottom line is that it is just so sad all these different things we all try just in the hopes of getting well again. God bless those who actually made it.... I pray that we can be next.

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Thank you Tammy!

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