Wanting to Know Ted's Opinion About MMS2

Posted by Jeremiah on 10/01/2009


First off, I want to say thank you to all of your contributions to Earthclinic! I love the site and have shared it with many people.

I recently came across something called MMS, and have found some of your comments on this supplement, enough to make me feel comfortable trying it out.

In doing more research on Jim Humbles sites, I came across this link:

Apparently he calls MMS, MMS1 and now has MMS2. Unlike the MMS1 where you need to find stabilized oxygen, use activators and find a juice, this MMS2 can be purchased, capsuled and consumed much easier as the entire ingredient can be found at pool stores across the globe. It's used to "shock" the water, called: CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE.

I wanted to get your take about this in general and if you feel it would be generally safe to use as described in the link?

Thanks for your help!

- Jeremiah

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Generally Calcium hypochlorite is a close cousin of sodium hypochlorite, but are generally used in certain applications of chlorination of water. In general I don't use MMS1 or MMS2, unless certain emergencies required it. In field tests they don't generally work compared to those remedy I got against the swine flu, dengue fever, and other things. It's consistency is spotted. Although MMS works well against malaria, I don't use it either. I used methylene blue against malaria (along with digestive enzyme and hydrochloric acid and clove oil) which is generally safer and more effective and it does not reduce antioxidants in the body as much. Again malaria is not a big issue in U.S. as it is in the third world countries. Given it's problems in use, such as causing vomiting and we have too much water chlorination as it is I never use it for the long term or several days. Also, MMS1 or MMS2 doesn't work at all against the chikungunya, whose source comes from the mosquitoes too. There ARE certain common colds that MMS works well against, but not for major fever. There is a parasitic fever, whose symptoms appear like a cold flu, but is born from parasites (mites, ticks, fleas) that MMS does work well. But it is not nearly as consistent as the lysine or aspirin, which has a near 100% cure rate, on most flu fever, etc. I have too many complaints privately from MMS use, but I have no complaints at all regarding lysine use against swine flu, dengue fever, and most other flu. The whole area of virus flu requires a very different approach altogether. I would consider these: alkalization, digestive enzyme, lysine, potassium iodide, vitamin C as being the most effective for most general condition. The only thing that MMS works best hands down is parasites and parasitic flu and certain kinds of colds, but not a major flu outbreak.


Replied by Virginia
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada


would like to know if MMS1 after activated then adding water, can be taken sprayed directly under the tongue. I have heard this method goes directly to the bloodstream. It was also a easy method for me on the go. I have used a 10drop ratio with citrus acid in a small 2oz spray bottle. I waited the 3minutes, filled rest of the bottle with bottled water not tap water. I sprayed this concentrated solution under my tongue spraying in intervels throughout the day. Seemed to get sinus clogging and clearing and then severe headanches down the back of head and neck that stayed for several days. After stopping the intake symptoms disappeared. Is this a side effect that something is being killed or side effect of the method too quick into blood stream. Thks for your help.

Replied by Trish
Antwerp, Belgium

I have had similar reaction when taking stevia to cure lyme disease. I was assuming it is a sort of "die off" of the virus or a healing reaction. The symptoms did not stay for more than a few days.