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General Strategies for Assisting Malaria Patients:

Malaria victims are divided into two groups - adults and children.

Many hundreds of children have been given MMS doses according to 3 drops for each 25 pounds (11.4 kg) of body weight.

Adults are first given 15 drops. Each drop of MMS is always activated with 1 drop of Citric acid 50% activator. Once the Citric acid 50% is added, you wait 20 to 30 seconds before adding 1/2 glass of water or apple or pineapple juice (must not contain Vitamin C). The drink is immediately consumed. (When using regular lemon or Citric acid 10% strength to activate the MMS: Adults are first given 15 drops. Each drop of MMS is always activated with either 5 drops of 10% citric acid solution or full strength lemon or lime juice, Once the juice or citric acid is added, one must wait 3 minutes before adding 1/2 glass of water or apple or pineapple juice. The drink is immediately consumed.)

One must wait only one hour and then the malaria victim is given a second dose of the same size. All symptoms of malaria should be gone after 4 hours beyond the second dose.

If all the symptoms are not gone on the following morning or even later that evening a third dose of 15 drops of MMS should be give to adults and made in the same way as given above. A third dose for the child who has not become well should simply be double the first dose.

One must then wait only an hour. Then the victim should be given the fourth dose the same as above using 15 drops for an adult and half dose for a child. The patient should be malaria free within 12 hours. Ninety-nine percent of the malaria victims will be handled at this point.

However, with any malaria victim that continues to be sick after 4 hours, they should continue to receive doses at 1 hour intervals but reduce the number of drops in a dose to 3 drops per dose and once per hour. If the patient is nauseous reduce the number of drops per dose. Continue as long as the patient is sick, but continue with doses no more than three drops per hour. These suggestions are based on the personal treatment of thousands of people who had failed to eliminate malaria from their bodies using all other known means. Many were dying or near to death.

See also the video of the Malaria convulsing baby that was treated by a local doctor who used MMS under the direction of Jim Humble. The video is part of the MMS method for babies and pregnant women here:

Dosages used by the Red Cross, curing 154 Malaria cases in Uganda 2012

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.

  • MMS dose for Malaria in adults: 18 activated drops of MMS1
  • MMS dose for Malaria in children: 8 activated drops of MMS1
  • MMS dose for Malaria in babies: 2 drops of MMS1
  • MMS dose for adults without Malaria: 8 activated drops of MMS1
  • MMS dose for children without Malaria: 6 activated drops of MMS1
  • MMS dose for babies without Malaria: 2 activated drops of MMS1

Second video proving the Red Cross cured 154 cases of Malaria with MMS in Uganda, December 2012

This video was released July 1st 2013

The Red Cross has not yet responsed to this latest video, probably because this video shows that the Red Cross' first response (below) was a pack of lies. -==> Read more.

First video documenting the Red Cross curing Malaria in Uganda, December 2012

The video was released May 2nd 2013

Read the Red Cross official response to this video here.

Handling of Malaria in the Human Body with MMS

When a female anopheles mosquito infested with malaria bites a person the malaria parasite (sporozoite) makes its way to the person’s liver within 1 minute to 30 minutes time, where it must grow for six days. This is always the process and does not change. During these six days the parasite is the most vulnerable to MMS. Every time you take a drink of MMS the MMS is carried to the liver in the same amount of time, 1 minute to 30 minutes. This is because the blood system that carries the parasite to the liver obviously also carries the MMS to the liver. The MMS is very healthy for the liver as it kills parasites and pathogens and some poisons while doing no damage to the liver, because of its low oxidation potential (0.95 volts) it can’t do damage. There is little or no chance that the parasites in the liver will survive the MMS, especially if you are taking it every day while in a malaria infested area.

After a mosquito bites you, it takes six days for the malaria parasite to get into the blood stream, and at this stage, it does not yet make you sick. But if you are taking a maintenance drink of MMS, the parasites will never get into the blood as they will be killed in the liver, and you will never know it.

If you have started taking MMS after the malaria symptoms began to show up, that means that the six day incubation time in the liver has passed, and the merozoites have erupted from the liver into the body, and have passed into the blood through the lung blood capillaries and invaded the red blood cells. Then it will be about two more weeks when the red blood cells begin to erupt creating the symptoms of malaria sickness. So you can see, if you were in a malaria infested area for a short period it could take up to three weeks (six days plus two weeks) before you would notice a thing.

When you do begin to get sick due to malaria, it's because the parasites are beginning to break out of the red blood cells, releasing poison into the blood which then creates the symptoms of malaria and of course will bring about anemia (deficiency in red blood cells) cause by the parasites. At that stage of the disease is usually when the victim will take the MMS. The dosage used for adults with malaria is 15 activated drops, all though the Red Cross used 18 activated drops in their 100% success rate MMS vs Malaria study in Uganda, december 2012.

When MMS is swallowed it passes into the stomach. Providing the person does not take orange juice, coffee, tea, or extreme antioxidants, the MMS will pass to the lower stomach where the food is being digested with stomach motion and stomach acid (HCl). The MMS along with the food will be routed to the top of the intestine where an enzyme coming from the pancreas re-adjust the pH all the way up to 7.2 along with any food that might have been in the stomach with the MMS. The MMS will then be adsorbed into the side walls of the intestine where the pH is again adjusted to 7.4, the exact pH of the blood at that location in the body. This is the point where the MMS will begin that attack on the blood cells that are stuffed with malaria parasites. An amazing thing happens at this point. The parasites are killed and the blood ejects the dead parasites into the intestines which are carried out through the waste system. The MMS also kills the poisons that cause the malaria sickness and sickness is gone in less than 4 hours. The sickness is gone and the victim feels normal.

Official Genesis II Church Sacramental Protocol

The protocol above is an official Sacramental Protocol of Genesis II Church of Health & Healing for use with its Church Sacraments.

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Red Cross cured 154 cases of Malaria with MMS

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