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 1 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 1 should be give to adults and made in the same way as given above. But remember always 5 drops of acid to each drop of MMS 1 so use 75 drops of citric or lemon with the 15 drops of MMS 1. Then wait 3 minutes, add 1/2 glass of water or juice, and drink. 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 double 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.


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