Dengue Fever

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Dengue Fever

MMS has been reported used for Dengue Fever.

Dengue fever and Malaria

For those who think dengue fever is like malaria, let me say that although some of the symptoms are similar to malaria they are not similar diseases. Malaria is caused by a parasite and dengue is caused by a virus. Both diseases are carried and given by a mosquito. Malaria is carried by the female Anopheles mosquito and dengue fever is carried by a different species of mosquito altogether.

The dengue fever virus is contracted from the bite of a striped Aedes aegypti mosquito that has previously bitten an infected person. The mosquito flourishes during rainy seasons, but can breed in water-filled flower pots, plastic bags, cans, other sources of stagnant water, year-round. One mosquito bite can cause the disease.

The dengue virus is not contagious and cannot be spread directly from person to person. There must be a person-to-mosquito-to-another-person pathway.

Although dengue fever is very serious and sickening, it is not as dangerous as malaria. About 30,000 people die from dengue a year while 1.2 million people die from malaria each year. But dengue seems to be getting worse in dengue areas and it is also spreading to new areas. With our present day knowledge no one should die from either disease.

Prevention of both Dengue fever and Malaria (and most other diseases)

Take 3 to 6 drops of activated MMS each day. One dose is OK but be sure to take the dose within one minute of activation, and never before 20 seconds.

The sequence goes this way: Mix the drops, count 20 seconds at least, but up to one minute is OK, (the drops when mixed should turn brown) add the normal 1/2 glass of water (4 oz), and drink immediately. Bad taste can be overcome by adding plain soda water without the sugar or added flavor. Or, if the taste is a major issue for you, you could use 1/2 glass of 7-Up, Sprite, or Pepsi or any of the sugary soda pop drinks as long as they are not fortified with extra vitamin C as vitamin C cancels out MMS. It is more important that you take the MMS for the prevention of hundreds of diseases than you avoid the sugar. Having said this, I will say it’s best to try to avoid the sugar if possible. For example, you could buy some plain soda water, squeeze some fresh lemon into it and if you must have sweet, use a little honey to sweeten it. All fruit juices reduce the strength of the MMS to different amounts depending upon the juice. Apple, cranberry, and pineapple juice least effect the strength unless vitamin C has been added which will, in that case, completely destroy the MMS.

Protocol for Malaria

Do not use the same protocol for dengue as you would use for malaria. Normally the protocol for malaria is one 18 drop dose and wait one hour and give a second 18 drop dose. (Note: This 18 drop dose is for the average size male. The dose for malaria can vary slightly depending on size and weight of the infected person.) This type of dose would normally make most people very nauseous and might cause vomiting; however, it seldom does with malaria patients. Again, this would be for the average size man at approximately 170 pounds (77 kg). Children should have reduced doses depending upon their weight.

Protocol for Dengue fever

Give two 6 drop doses one hour apart and then continue with 3 drop doses each hour until well. If the first 6 drop dose creates nausea do not use a second 6 drop dose, but rather reduce to 3 drops for the second dose. If the second dose creates nausea reduce to 1 drop an hour. If nausea continues reduce to 1/2 drop and hour. If nausea continues that was not present before the application of MMS, stop MMS until the nausea that is being caused by the MMS is gone. Then resume with 1 drop an hour, and increase to 2 drops the next hour and continue with 2 drops an hour for several hours and then finally 3 drops an hour. Do not go over 3 drops an hour until the dengue subsides. Continue at 3 drops an hour until the dengue is gone, but only if the MMS is not causing nausea. Keep in mind—do not cause nausea, but if the MMS does cause nausea, reduce the number of drops, but if the nausea is present before you give drops go ahead and give the drops.

The point is that dengue is caused by a virus and it takes continued presence for several hours of chlorine dioxide to kill viruses. Malaria parasites, on the other hand, are killed by a large shock (which is the 18 drop dose.)

On rare occasions when the dengue causes bleeding, do not stop the protocol— continue giving MMS as indicated above.

When treating children

Use less amounts. A child that weighs 75 pounds (34 kg) should be treated with 1/2 as much as given above for an adult. Child that weighs 37 pounds (16 kg) should have 1/4 that amount. Likewise a child that weighs 18 pounds (8 kg) and less should have 1 drop doses for the first two and then 1/2 drop doses thereafter.

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