An Even Faster Way To Show Warts The Door

Thrive-JeffBell_Close_Cropped_Headshot_10-29-2013Those of you who read my “Kissing Warts Goodbye” blog post of 08/14/2009 know that I got rid of a wart that had grown under a fingernail and that had been with me for about 45 years.

I used MMS to get rid of this wart.  I had previously tried a number of “remedies” and none worked.  The MMS did the trick in a couple of days.

Since then I have learned of a couple of improvements to the process.

The first is really simple:  Use a 50% solution of the Citric Acid Activator that is used to activate the MMS, instead of the 10% solution previously recommended.  The reason for this is simple:  If you use a 10% solution of the Citric Acid Activator then you must mix it in a 1-to-5 ratio with the MMS.  So you would use 5 drops of the Citric Acid Activator for each drop of MMS.

By using a 50% solution of the Citric Acid Activator instead of the 10% solution, you can mix using a 1-to-1 ratio.  So you would mix 1 drop of the 50% Citric Acid Activator solution for each drop of MMS.

You still wait the 3 minutes for the MMS to be activated, just as you would if using a 10% solution.

The advantage is that you end up with a stronger, more concentrated solution of activated MMS.  This does an even better job of kicking the wart’s butt – making it say “uncle” and leave.

Since most of the Citric Acid Activator that is available for purchase is mixed in a 10% solution, which has been the standard for years, you may have to hunt a bit to find a 50% solution of the Citric Acid Activator.  Or you can mix your own from dry Citric Acid Activator powder.

In case you are looking for a source for 50% Citric Acid Activator, you can buy it from A2Z, using this link:

A2Z MMS Products

Once there, click on the Citric Acid link on the main page.

You can also buy the dry Citric Acid Activator powder link on that page. Mixing is simple: To make 10% Citric Acid Activator solution, dissolve the dry powder in distilled water, in a 1-to-9 ratio by volume. For example, dissolve 1 tablespoon of the dry powder in 9 tablespoons of the distilled water.

To make a 50% solution of the Citric Acid Activator, mix 1-to-1 by volume. For example, to make a few ounces of solution, dissolve 3 tablespoons of the dry powder in 3 tablespoons of distilled water.

Note that the 50% solution takes longer to dissolve than the 10% solution does. You may have to swirl it around for awhile. Or if you have an inert, non-metallic stirring rod, like a glass rod used to mix drinks, you can use that to stir it into complete solution a little faster.

The second improvement is to use DMSO, (chemical name: Dimethyl Sulfoxide; formula: CH3SO), with the MMS. This allows the activated MMS to penetrate deeper into the wart and to penetrate faster. The result is that it is much more potent in eradicating the virus that is causing the wart.

If you plan to use the DMSO, please read the safety points that relate to DMSO. I have used it safely for over 45 years. For most people it seems to be very safe. That is, as long as the safety points are followed. I list them at the end of this post.

Just using the 50% solution will improve the ability of the MMS to kill the wart. This more concentrated form of the activated MMS is much more powerful than that made with 10% citric acid activator. So it gives the wart far more grief.

Mixing the DMSO with the activated MMS allows the MMS to penetrate much more deeply into the wart, which makes it more effective.

You can generally buy DMSO in most health food stores. Due to the idiosyncrasies of the FDA, you may have to sign a form saying that you are using it as a solvent, or that you are not using it on a human being. You can also often find DMSO in feed stores, particularly in a rural area. (It is commonly used to treat joint injuries on race horses and other four-leggeds.)

If you use the mixture of MMS and DMSO to treat warts, consider applying it about every 24 hours for several days. That should do the trick. Also, to make it even more effective, if practical, you may carefully trim the hardened, dead skin that typically winds up on the top of most warts. Be careful not to trim down far enough to hit nerves and cause pain or bleeding – just the dead layer on top. This will further improve penetration and may make the wart go away sooner.

Here are the safety points for use of DMSO:

1.  I purchase only pharmaceutical grade, unscented DMSO. I use the 99.9% strength DMSO.

2.  I wash the area I intend to treat with Castile Soap before treating it. I use Dr. Bronner’s Unscented, Baby-Mild Castile Soap.

3.  After washing the area with the Castile Soap and thoroughly rinsing it with water to remove any soap residue, I rinse the area one more time with distilled water.  I allow it to air dry.

4.  I paint on the DMSO and MMS mixture on with a glass rod that is like a swizzle stick.  (I bought several inert glass stirring rods from a supplier of chemist’s glassware.  Some professional bar suppliers also have these for sale.)

5.  I allow the area treated with the DMSO and MMS mixture to air dry.

6.  I avoid letting the area come in contact with anything that could be toxic for at least 4 hours.

Important things to know about DMSO:  DMSO, (chemical name: Dimethyl Sulfoxide; formula: CH3SO), is a naturally-occurring solvent.  (Don’t let the word solvent scare you – water is a solvent!)  As a solvent, DMSO has some unusual properties:  It very quickly penetrates the skin.  It goes into the bloodstream and into any body tissue that is below the skin.  In fact, it penetrates so well and so far that when I paint some on my knee, within a minute or so I can taste it on my tongue.  (It has a garlic-like taste.)

DMSO not only penetrates the skin and goes into the farthest reaches of the body, but it also pulls in any substances it is in contact with, as well.  So if I have some skin cream on my hand and I paint on some DMSO, it will pull in the skin cream, or at least some of the chemicals in the cream, with it.  I most likely do not want that to happen, which is why I follow the careful pre-treatment cleaning steps outlined above.

Once the DMSO has been painted onto the skin, it leaves the skin hyper-permeable for up to 4 hours.  So I am careful not to wear clothing that has synthetics or possibly toxic clothing dyes, over the area I treat.

Final Score:  Good Guys 10 – Warts Zero !

To your health!

Jeff Bell

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  1. Jeff Bell
    Posted July 17, 2010 at 7:50 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for your encouragement. If you let me know what your project is about, I may be able to offer more specific help. I have access to some rather extensive research resources. YOu can e-mail me if you want to keep the rest of this thread confidential.

  2. Carlos
    Posted October 30, 2010 at 7:22 am | Permalink

    How much dmso am I mixing with the mms? Do I have to mix the dmso with anything before or I’m just mixing pure dmso with mms? Also can I use lemon juice as my activator, if so how many drops of lemon juice to mms would you recommend.

    • admin
      Posted November 3, 2010 at 8:40 am | Permalink

      For best results I recommend getting some of the 50% citric acid to activate your MMS. That way the activated MMS is more concentrated and will be more effective. That gets mixed in a one-to-one ratio. So, for example, put 2 drops of MMS into a small, clean glass. Add 2 drops of 50% citric acid activator and wait 3 minutes. Then, using the purest DMSO you can find, (I get the highest concentration I can from my local health food store; I make sure it is unscented – NEVER use scented DMSO), add 4 drops of DMSO swirl it around in the bottom of the glass to mix it all and immediately apply it. Time is important here. From the time you mix the DMSO it starts to cause the MMS to lose its power. Yet the DMSO is required to carry the activated MMS through the top layer of the skin and into the wart. So apply quickly.

      If you combine the above details with the rest of the recommendations I have made in my blog posts on the subject, you should get results. It could take a week or two. I would apply once a day.

      If you find that you have persistent warts that is a sign that your immune system is not working well and could lead to other problems. If this is the case, you may want to have a session with me to help you figure out what is wrong and what to do about it.

      Please let me know if I can be of further help in any way.

  3. Jeff Bell
    Posted June 30, 2011 at 10:27 pm | Permalink

    From what you describe it does sound like your immune system is not functioning well. I would need to know a lot more about your overall health and background to be able to really help you. But here are some general recommendaitons I can offer:

    I would not use DMSO that came in a plastic bottle. Because DMSO is a strong solvent, it is possible that it will dissolve chemicals from the plastic into itself. It can then pull them into your body, which is not a good idea.

    DMSO sometimes does cause some minor skin irritaiton and it can cause some strong itching. So that is not unusual. To combat that, I get liquid, pure lanolin. I wait a full 8 hours after I have used the DMSO, then apply the lanolin. It is imiportant to wait as the DMSO renders the skin hyper-permeable for 4 to 8 hours after application. So you want to be very careful what you put on you skin. I would say nothing should be on the skin until the full 8 hours have elapsed.

    I would also suggest that you get your vitmain D3 level checked. To strengthen your immune system you likely want it as close to the upper range as you can get.

    You likely would do well to optimize your vitamin C and B-Complex levels, as well.

    If you have a local practioner who knows how to use natural means to build up the immune system, working with them would be smart.

    To your health!

    Jeff Bell

  4. warts
    Posted August 24, 2011 at 7:17 pm | Permalink

    Warts are so hideous…What ever it takes to get rid of them.

    • admin
      Posted September 28, 2011 at 7:25 pm | Permalink

      I agree, warts are awful. Not only are they ugly, but they can actually interfere with things. The one I had under a fingernail was a real problem for me since I am a guitarist. I was very happy to finally get rid of it and not have it come back.

      But there is one “good quality” that I can attribute to warts: In most cases if one has a propensity to get warts, or if warts that are eradicated keep coming back, then that is a sure sign that one’s immune system is not working well and needs help. I would rather find out from something that is a nuisance such as a wart, than by winding up with something that is life-threatening such as a highly dangerous cancer. So warts can be a useful signal that our body needs our help.

  5. HB
    Posted October 7, 2011 at 10:11 pm | Permalink

    Read your comments about warts that return. I have one on the joint of a finger on one hand that I have use OTC medicines on 3 or 4 times over the last 30 years. The last time was about 18 months ago. The medicine only removed about 90% of the ‘little demon”; it is back now and is larger than before.
    Like most people, I want gone permanently . Recently use 70% DMSO with 30% Aloe on a recently sprained wrist. Major relief obtained after only 3 days use-amazing because I sprained the same wrist 10-12 years ago and it was sore for nearly 3 years!!!
    Would you recommend using this formulation on the wart or the one above?

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted October 7, 2011 at 10:26 pm | Permalink

      Based on what you have described, my opinion is that you really are encountering 2 problems, not just 1: One problem is the wart, itself. But the underlying problem that may be more important to pay attention to is that your immune system does not seem to be doing its job. If it were, the wart would not keep coming back. One of the jobs of the immune system is to control and restrain the viruses that replicate and cause warts. So if I were you I would find out what is suppressing your immune system and correct that problem. I am available to help you with that.

      I do not think your formula for fixing up your sprained wrist is likely to cause the wart to go away. I prefer the protocol of mixing DMSO and activated MMS, as described in this blog post. It is much more likely to be effective at killing off the viruses. It is also safer. There are potential problems with pulling aloe vera gel directly through the skin and into the blood stream, which is what will happen if you mix it with DMSO and apply it. First off, do you know the purity of the aloe vera you are using? Secondly, although aloe vera is safe for topical use and even for drinking, I am not so sure I would want it pulled into my blood stream. That is something where more research might be called for. In general, anytime you use DMSO, it is very important to know what you are doing and to be cautious about what you mix it with, or what the skin is exposed to within 4 to 6 hours following application. That is approximatley how long the treated skin remains hyper-permeable.

      I would also point out that although your approach to fixing up your sprained wrist worked, there are better ways. Combining DMSO with a very high quality MSM is much more effective and safer. If you want the full protocol for that e-mail me at and request it.

      To your health!

      Jeff Bell

  6. Nancy Crabtree
    Posted July 28, 2012 at 11:37 am | Permalink

    Wow! Thanks for this great info, Jeff. I just happen to have a wart needing this treatment! I’ve used DMSO for achey joints for a long time and am just now discovering the many, many ways this wonderful product is used. I really appreciate you taking the time to share your knowledge.

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted July 31, 2012 at 8:15 am | Permalink

      Hi Nancy, I’m glad that you are finding the information that you need. That is my goal. There has been quite a bit of dialog about this subject. There are some important warnings and also tips to help you get better results. They are in the comments. I encourage you to read them. Please feel free to post your results, as well as any questions that come up here. The more we share information the more we are empowered to improve and maintain our health.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  7. kaveh
    Posted September 4, 2012 at 9:51 am | Permalink

    What about genital warts?
    Can one use this protocol for GW?

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted September 5, 2012 at 9:06 am | Permalink

      That’s a great question. Unfortunately, I do not have a definitive answer. I have never tried it and I haven’t worked directly with anyone else in using this protocol for genital warts. It makes sense that it would get rid of the wart or warts. But because the skin in the genital area is so much more delicate than the skin in other areas, I would be concerned about unacceptable levels of skin irritation and perhaps even some real skin damage. So I really do not know. If you decide to try it, please do so cautiously, and make sure you have the means on-hand for soothing skin irritation. I use aloe vera gel and/or pure, liquid lanolin for that. Emu oil also works well.

      The other thing to keep in mind with any warts is that they are caused by a persistent virus. So if one has warts then it follows that the immune system may need some support and/or repair.

      Also, you might consider applying good quality colloidal silver directly to the wart. I do not have a specific protocol for that, but yhou should be able to find one on-line.

      If you learn anythihng and want to share it so that others can benefit, that would be greatly appreciated.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  8. kaveh
    Posted September 5, 2012 at 1:29 pm | Permalink

    Hi Jeff
    Following is a communications between two members of BHT yahoo group regarding HPV (genital), it’s link is:

    Unfortunately, for me, I have the most resistant strain of HPV that I have ever seen (and I work in the health field). BHT did not work for me, orally or made into a topical application. I wish that I could report otherwise, especially after 15 years of struggling with this. I have tried all Western Medicines and a great deal of alternative and off-label therapies. This is fast becoming a life of death struggle, especially since a new vaccine seems to be curing people (but is not offered in the US). Very frustrating.

    Alex, if I had the hpv, I would do the transdermal mms with dmso, which i have done several times for my problem with good results.
    I have also cured and restored a fungal/lost toenail with dmso/iodine on a bandaid each night.
    The mms will kill the hpv directly if it can be delivered, and that where the dmso comes in.
    You would activate the mms with lemon juice, wait five minutes, mix with dmso, and as it warms, apply to the area in 30 seconds; it will carry the mms in with it.

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted September 5, 2012 at 1:41 pm | Permalink

      Very interesting. Thanks for sharing that here. It sounds like it could work. But I would still be prepared for some skin irritation, which may well be an acceptable side-effect, especially since it will be relatively short term.

      Some other things to consider include a good quality, ultra small particle colloidal silver. For such needs I like to make my own colloidal silver. I use to use the Sota Instruments Silver Pulser to make our colloidal silver. We have several of them in our office. I recently stared using a generator that I feel is better. It is The Silver Edge. I like it because it makes much smaller particles, which means that you have greaterr surface area, which translates into higher efficacy. And the smaller particle size means that it can get into more areas of the body where I want it. So that is an option. You could combine the colloidal silver with some DMSO. The DMSO would carry the silver into thwere the virus is. That may be just as effective at killing the virus and less likely to irritate the delicate skin in the genital area. I would also see about general immune support – high levels of D3, high levels of vitamin C, etc.

      I suggest you e-mail me about this if you want more specific help.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  9. Kaveh
    Posted September 7, 2012 at 2:26 pm | Permalink


    I heard that st. john’s wort is good for HPV, have you had any experience?


    • Jeff Bell
      Posted September 7, 2012 at 2:52 pm | Permalink

      I honestly do not know. That is outside of my own experience and I have not searched for or studied research on the possible effectiveness of St. John’s Wort for HPV. In general, for most real health problems I have stopped looking for “silver bullets”, in other words a single supplement or measure that will almost certainly solve the problem. Instead, I have learned by my experience over many years to find and/or design combinations of measures that are all beneficial, each of which plays a role in a solution that takes full advantage of the synergy of the various components. This has led to the most consistently good outcomes.

      It depends on how difficult and serious this problem is. For some problems, such as most cancers, I often combine 25 or more measures to increase the chances of achieving the best possible outcome.

      In general, anything involving a persistent and difficult infection, such as HPV, I focus on supporting and enhancing the immune system and varioius measures to suppress the pathogen or pathogens involved. And I usually try to change the environment so that it is less favorable for the pathogen.

      Exactly which combined measures are most appropriate for any given individual really depends on a number of variables that are specific to the person who is trying to get well. Workikng to determine which measures fit a specific person best is the heart of my work.

      I hope that is helpful.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  10. Laura
    Posted September 26, 2012 at 11:44 am | Permalink

    How would I do this with DMSO in a roll-on applicator? Should I be concerned that the DMSO might “pick up” some of the wart virus on the roller and transfer it elsewhere since it causes hyperpermiability, or am I way overthinking this?

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted September 26, 2012 at 1:36 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for a great question. I would not use DMSO in a roll-on applicator. If you do, you will have no idea what gets carried where. Also, some DMSO products that are in roll-on and other types of applicators have additives. They may not even be listed. Instead, I only use DMSO that is as pure as I can get it, and that is in glass containers. I am concerned about contaminants if it is packaged in any other way.

      I hope that helps.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  11. Laura
    Posted September 28, 2012 at 11:44 am | Permalink

    Thanks! I didn’t know there was the possibility of additives. I figured since it said 100% pure that it was safe. Though, I was wondering if it being stored in a plastic container was bad. Oh well, time to buy the glass bottled version…

  12. Jeff Bell
    Posted December 17, 2012 at 9:43 am | Permalink

    Well thanks for your assumption that I actually know something about this. Unfortunately, I am no expert on web technology. I am just using the blog features that are built into WordPress. That is about as much as I know about that. Sorry I can be more help. But I can suggest that you contact the WordPress user community. There are many real experts there and they are often very generous in helping those of us who lack their technilogical expertise.

  13. Lisa Marie
    Posted January 15, 2013 at 1:27 am | Permalink

    Jeff, I emailed you about some questions I have. Please respond. thank you :)

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted January 15, 2013 at 11:04 am | Permalink

      Hi Lisa,

      I did reply to your e-mail. I need more details if I am to help you. Please e-mail me as much information as you can. Thanks!

  14. Kaveh
    Posted March 11, 2013 at 11:53 pm | Permalink

    Hello Jeff;
    Is it ok to mix the colloidal silver with DMSO to deliver it deeper into skin?

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted March 12, 2013 at 12:02 am | Permalink

      Hi Kaveh, Great question! I think it is fine. Just be sure that your colloidal silver is very pure and that you observe all the cleanliness precautions that should always be followed with DMSO. If you are not sure what these are, then please send me an e-mail, requesting my article: “How I Fix Up Sore Joints”. That covers the precautions in detail. (Send request to:

      I hope that helps.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  15. Kaveh
    Posted March 12, 2013 at 6:35 pm | Permalink

    Hello Jeff,

    Some time ago I ordered DMSO, by the time I’ve got it -because of the super cold weather- it was frozen! Do you think it’s still usable?
    I have tried it on my knee, it did sting a little, so I washed it away, is it a normal feeling?


    • Jeff Bell
      Posted March 12, 2013 at 6:57 pm | Permalink

      Hi Kaveh,

      Freezing it should not effect it. However, I cannot say if yours is good and safe or not, because I do not know your source. There is plenty of garbage DMSO on the market. And there is a relatively small amount that is pure, safe and good. It should be distilled from organic plant lignum, without the use of high organic volatile solvents. That can take some searching. You are looking for as close to pure as you can get, 99.9%, unscented, and stored and sold in glass bottles, not plastic. Also, for fixing up sore knees, you want to mix it with organic sulfur, as per the article “How I Fix Up Sore Joints”. I know that protocol is safe. If you are doing it some other way, then I honestly am not sure.

      Yes, it is normal to get a bit of skin irritation. To me, it is worth it to live with that to make the joint a lot more healthy. The way I deal with with is to use the DMSO and Organic Sulfur protocol only about every 3rd day or so. Then I apply organic aloe vera gel to the skin on the other days. That gets rid of the irritation.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  16. Kaveh
    Posted March 14, 2013 at 7:37 pm | Permalink

    Hello Jeff;
    There are a wide spectrum of CS (colloidal silvers) in terms of their ppm’s (I’ve seen from 5 ppm to 500 ppm).
    For external use what ppm is better?
    There are also some CS, which producers claim there are silver atoms in it, and the others say their product is silver ions, which ones are more effective?
    Thanks for your help.

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted March 27, 2013 at 7:35 pm | Permalink

      Hi Kaveh, These are good questions. This is an area where there are lots of “experts” who will insist that they have an exclusive on the truth. But there is not much in the way of really rigorous scientific research that leads to definitive answers, at least not much that I have ever been able to find. So I can just share my experience here. I have been using colloidal silver for more than 40 years, now. And a lot of my clients through the years have used it, often with my guidance. Here is what I have taken away from all that experience:

      1. The two most important criteria for effectiveness seem to be particle size and purity. In particle size, the smaller the better, as long as you do not go to such an extreme as the particles become too small to retain the full chemical and atomic properties of silver as an element. There are some colloidal silver like products on the market that claim sizes that would reduce them below that level. In my opinion those products will not be effective for most of the standard uses for colloidal silver. In other words, for colloidal silver to work it must contain actual silver. Colloidal silver does not seem to work along the lines of homeopathic modalities, in which case reducing the particle size below that where the atomic properties of the silver would be retained would likely not render the colloidal silver ineffective. So my target particle size is 0.0008 microns.

      As far as purity goes, I use the best distilled water I can find to generate my colloidal silver. Different brands seem to be better or worse in different areas. Unfortunately, you might have to try several in your area before you find one that is consistently highly pure. A number of my clients have tried various home distillers, but none have been satisfactory. I think that to get a distiller that would be good enough would likely be cost a whole lot more than most of us would be comfortable paying. If you run into one that really does the job and is affordable, (less than $500), I would love to hear about it.

      Next, I have tried a number of different colloidal silver generators. I have even built a few of them over the years. I now exclusively use the one designed and built by The Silver Edge. It incorporates a number of design features that enable it to consistently generate very high quality colloidal silver, and the particle size is in the 0.0008 micron target size range.

      In the interest of full disclosure I will let you know that I now have an affiliate relationship with The Silver Edge. If you buy one from them and let them know that I referred you, using my affiliate code: MyHealth, they provide a small amount of money that goes towards the very expensive health research that I conduct on an ongoing basis. So some may feel that I am biased in my recommendation. However, I will just say that I use The Silver Edge. My wife uses it, and a number of my clients do, as well. And I have a number of colloidal silver generators sitting idle on my office shelf, so I have lots of choices.

      Listing the specific design features here would make this post too long. But I’ll just say they are significant and unique. To learn more, here is the web site: If you decide to purchase one, please order by phone and let them know to use my affiliate code: MyHealth.

      Also, I will say that I never buy ready-made colloidal silver, not ever. It is way too expensive to get any that may be good quality, and even then you never really know what you are getting. My best estimates of my costs for generating my own colloidal silver, using The Silver Edge generator puts if at about 50 cents a quart. And that is for the best quality and most effective colloidal silver I have ever used.

      2. As far as parts per million, or PPM goes, that is another area where opinions very widely. I use 10 ppm for internal use and 20 ppm for external use. With my Silver Edge generator, it takes 3 hours to generate a quart of 10 ppm colloidal silver. It takes 6 hours to double the concentration to 20 ppm.

      I hope that the above addresses your questions. Please let me know if I can be of further help.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  17. Jeff Bell
    Posted April 17, 2013 at 12:24 pm | Permalink

    First let me apologize, but I do not speak French. I did the very best that I could to translate your comment. However, I am not sure I got it right. So please feel free to correct me if I did not.

    From my admittedly poor translation my understanding is that you feel that my understanding of reproductive hormone balance is very generic, and that I have a lot of errors in understanding. However, as far as I can tell, you do not point out what these errors are and where my understanding is faulty. I am always looking to learn more and to improve my understanding. Reproductive hormone balance is an area where I have studied a great deal over many years. I have done the best I can to understand this complex subject as well as possible. My primary teachers in this field of human health have been the highly regarded founders of the whole bioidentical reproductive hormone balance movement, including Dr. John Lee,MD, and Dr. David Zava, Ph.D. (who is the founder of ZRT Labs and one of the prime developers of the technology of saliva testing for reproductive hormone balance.) But I always wish that I knew more. I never feel like I know enough.

    Please let me know specifically where what I have posted as information is wrong. If you can point this out in detail you will be doing me, my clients and all who come here for information a great favor. However, if your English is good, please post it in English because my French is almost completely nonexistent. Thanks for any help you can offer.

    To your great health!

    Jeff Bell

  18. Earl
    Posted May 11, 2013 at 10:54 am | Permalink

    I just found this web site, and I’m having trouble finding… What is mms, and where can I find it?

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted May 11, 2013 at 11:41 am | Permalink

      Hi Earl,

      MMS is the name that its inventor, Jim Humble gave to activated sodium chlorite, which is used for killing pathogens and various body “clean-up” and detox protocols. It has proven to be a remarkable substance for many diseases and health conditions. It has been becoming a bit more difficult to find because the FDA has gone out of its way to prevent access to it. My personal opinion is that the FDA has bent to the influence of Big Pharma on this. MMS is so effective against so many pathogens that it could pose a real threat to the huge profits that more conventional anti-pathogenic agents, such as antibiotics, represents.

      So here is a source where you can still get MMS: However, before you use it there is much to know in order to use it both safely and effectively. I recommend that you download and read Jim Humble’s free eBook on MMS. It is just Part I, but it is more than enough to get you started. And it includes directions on how to learn more should you choose. Here is the link to get started:

      I hope that is helpful.

      To your great health!

      Jeff Bell

  19. Kim Houston
    Posted July 2, 2014 at 6:37 am | Permalink

    Thanks for the article. It is the most inclusive mms for wart resource I have found online. I plan to treat my daughter’s wart on her thumb with mms. It is a stubborn one too. I got a bit confused on how you suggest using it. I activate the MMS with 50% cirtic acid using a 1-1 ratio. Do I then add water to the mms? When do I add the DMSO? How many drops of mms and how much water?

    Thank you

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted July 2, 2014 at 8:50 am | Permalink

      Kim, Here is how I have done this in the past: I created an activated batch of MMS by starting with 1 drop of 28% solution of sodium chlorite (the unactivated MMS solution), then adding 1 drop of 50% citric acid. I swirl them around in the bottom of the glass container I am using to mix them, then wait 3 minutes. Then I add in 2 drops of the DMSO and swirl again. Then I paint it onto the wart. I repeat this at least once a day. And as the surrounding skin may become irritated, in between applications of the activated MMS and DMSO I have painted on some pure, organic aloe vera gel to sooth the skin.

      Hope that helps.

      Jeff Bell

  20. Kim Houston
    Posted July 2, 2014 at 2:21 pm | Permalink

    Yes it does help. I have dmso powder any tips on making it to a tincture?

    Can I do the liver pain test the first time I apply the mms & dmso combo? Should dmso be tested by itself?


  21. kim houston
    Posted July 5, 2014 at 6:05 am | Permalink

    Thanks Jeff. I have the powder form of mms2. Can you please explain how to make it into a liquid? Also my dd has an elevated liver enzyme. I am told it is most likely bc she is about to have a growth spurt. Do you think mms 2 is safe or just the mms 1 painted on. I know she would prefer the once a day application as you describe over spraying the “bump” hourly as recomended for other skin issues.

  22. jay
    Posted September 16, 2014 at 7:05 am | Permalink

    whats is mms?

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted October 4, 2014 at 8:17 pm | Permalink

      What is MMS? That is a big question – too big to answer in this space. Essentially, it is activated sodium chlorite. I would start with this web site:

      I can tell you that it is controversial, but properly used it can be extremely beneficial. It can be used to overcome a large number of pathogenic diseases. For example, the Red Cross will not admit this publicly, but it is known that they secretly treated over 150 cases of malaria in a part of Africa, and every case was successful. And this without the side-effects that typically accompany conventional treatment for malaria, and at a fraction of the cost.

      MMS is definitely worth looking into. I would love to see most adults trained in its use and see it become a standard item in all household first aid kits.

      To your great health,


  23. Posted September 30, 2015 at 12:35 pm | Permalink

    Great guide Jeff! I know warts are frustrating and hideous to get rid off. It simply forces a person to do whatever it takes to get rid of them.

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted October 16, 2015 at 5:10 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for your kind words. Yes, warts can be a challenge. Let me add that one of the big mistakes that I see all too often in those trying to get rid of them is to only pay attention to the local. In other words, to try to deal with the warts only topically and where they show up. That is important, but in my experience it leaves out a big part of the puzzle. What is missing is building up and optimizing the immune system function throughout the body. When both aspects are effectively dealt with, the results are almost always good.

  24. Posted May 15, 2016 at 5:54 am | Permalink

    It’s an awesome piece of writing designed for all the online
    users; they will take benefit from it I am sure.

  25. Janet R Perry
    Posted June 23, 2016 at 7:36 pm | Permalink

    Pharmaceutical grade DMSO is prescription only. Also called USP grade. What you are referring to is pharma grade, which is not an official designation. See Gaylord Chemicals for more on these terms. Or join my DMSO List on Yahoo groups.

    Also DMSO with colloidal silver would work well on anything viral as well as skin cancer. In fresh human urine also works. Compress 24/7.

    Janet R Perry, MA, ACN

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted August 14, 2016 at 10:47 pm | Permalink

      Hi Janet,

      First, sorry to take so long to reply. We had a technical problem which prevented me from getting the usual notices for pending questions and comments. I apologize for that.

      I appreciate your clarification about the grades. Of course, you are absolutely correct.

      I also agree that colloidal silver with DMSO is effective. I honestly am not sure which is more effective, colloidal silver with DMSO and activated MMS (sodium chlorite) with DMSO. It may even vary with the individual. I’m sure it will vary with the pathogen(s) involved.

      I recommend making your own colloidal silver. It should be made with high quality distilled silver. For external use, such as this, I like 20 PPM and a particle size of 0.008 microns. For internal use, the colloidal silver should not exceed 10 PPM, same particle size.

      I have a good article on colloidal silver if anyone wants it.

      Thanks again!

      To your great health.


  26. fatcha brute
    Posted October 19, 2016 at 1:51 pm | Permalink


    Jeff where you lost credibility is you making the statement that the world red cross is lying about and really using mms to cure malaria really ! that makes you and the red cross the only ones to know the secret about curing malaria. Please!

    I have had venerial warts for over 30 or more years, my dick looked like it was the hidden branch on a grape vine , get the picture?, i had doctors giving me 70% podophlyn to go, usually restricted to office treatmeny. i tried lazer, freezing and every scam sold on the market.

    About 7 years ago i learned of BHT from a guy on the internet named Oscar, i used it for ridding my self of HEP C however in the intrim my warts were gone in 3 months or so and remaine gone !… So Jeff Bell i suggest you suggest BHT twice a day no side effects, but there are certian chemicals or vitimens , herbs you should not take while using BHT that may render it ineffective.

    I just dont understand what your site accomplishes not one person has come back to your site thanking you for ridding themselves of warts, almost every post is from you giving another angle on your so called cure.

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted November 30, 2016 at 11:30 am | Permalink

      Hi Fatcha,

      I stand by what I have stated about malaria and the Red Cross. They did run a field trial, using MMS for p;eole suffering with malaria. The success rate was 100%. That is true. I am personal friends with a colleauge who was a staff member as part of this trial. I have the first-hand account from this colleauge. I have seen the written reports. About 3 months after this successful trial the Red Cross withdrew the report. I am pretty sure that Big Pharma pressured them because MMS cannot be patented and there is no money in it. Big Pharma makes enormous profits from the anti-malrial drugs, which have bad side-effects and do not even work very well. This has nothing to do with me knowing something that is not well known. Lots of people know about the use of MMS to cure malaria. It has been used to overcome malaria for more than a decade. Jim Humble, the inventor of MMS first used it to treat and prevent malaria. I am sure you will disagree so maybe we just need to agree to disagree about this.

      I am glad that you got good results. You are certainly welcome to your opinion regarding my credibility. However, I will point out that I have been helping people to overcome often difficult health challenges for more than 35 years. There have been a few people for whom my approach has not gotten them the results they wanted or expected. But that that not been the case for the vast majority of people I have worked with. There is a reason why I have a large following of people who are grateful for my help. I’ll just say that human biology is often complex and no solution is perfect.

      Also, it seems that you are assuming that the people who post their comments on this site have not used the solutions I share. But how do you know that? I know from personal conversations that many, many people have tried them and gotten good results. Assumptions can be dangerous and misleading…

      So, again, I am glad that the solution you tried worked for you and thank you for sharing it.

      To your great health!


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