So What Is All The Buzz About MMS? Is It For Real?

Thrive-JeffBell_Close_Cropped_Headshot_10-29-2013We all know the old adage that anything that seems too good to be true almost always is.  And most of the time that turns out to be the case.

However, I am delighted to report that so far, MMS seems to be an exception to that rule.  I have only been using it for a short period of time.   I am up to 3 drops in the morning and 3 drops mid-afternoon to date, so it is still too soon for me to say anything conclusive based on my personal experience.  For now, I’ll say: “So far, I’m amazed!”   A little later in this post I’ll share my personal experience to date.

Although I am not yet long on personal experience, I have done a ton of reading, corresponding and other digging to get to the real story with MMS.  What I have found is extremely encouraging.  I have found huge numbers of testimonials from both patients and practitioners, from all over the world, for an incredibly wide variety of conditions and health challenges for which MMS has been used.

Just as important are the results of my search for adverse reactions.  Whenever I am evaluating any new protocol or technique in the field of health, in addition to looking for corroboration of benefits, I do an exhaustive search for adverse reactions.   So far, I have not found any, except in cases where it was used grossly at variance with the recommended procedures.  In some people, it has been reported that mild nausea and some diarrhea has been experienced, usually in cases where an attempt to build up the dosage too quickly has been a factor.  In these cases, slowing down the dose increase has solved the problem.

Of course, in cases where it has been used to quickly knock out malaria or other life-threatening conditions where difficult to control pathogens have been involved, a conscious decision was often made to not worry about the nausea and/or diarrhea and get as quickly as possible to the dose required to kill the pathogens immediately.  But then, if I had malaria and needed to be nauseated and have some diarrhea for a day or so to save my life, I don’t think I would complain.

MMS first came to my attention a few years ago.  The claims seemed at the time to be so amazing that I am embarrassed to admit that I took it off my list of things to research without really finding out anything about it.  I spend a huge amount of my time researching various health breakthroughs, technologies and anything along those lines that seems like it could be useful.  I only have so much time available, and I jealously guard it and try to use it well.  I try not to waste timie on outrageious claims and things are seem clearly to be bogus.

I also will never recommend something that I have not either experienced, first hand, or researched very carefully.  Anything that I recommend represents a serious investment in time and sometimes money, as well.  So a few years ago, MMS, seeming to be too good to be true, went on my  “maybe someday if I run out of things to do” pile.

And there it stayed until a couple of weeks ago.  I began hearing about great results with MMS from colleagues whose integrity and skills I absolutely respect.  Shortly after those tantalyzing communications began landing on my desk, I heard a story from a friend that was so compelling that I had to stop and take a serious look at MMS.

In brief, one of my friends had been over in Africa and came back with a life-threatening case of malaria.  She very nearly died.  Anyway, she experienced side-effects from the conventional malaria treatment that were so severe that her doctor even agreed that she needed to stop taking that treatment.  No one seemed to know what to do.  One of her friends came to see her, and he knew about MMS and brought some to her in the hospital.  She started taking it and within a few days was 100% well again, except for a few lingering side-effects from the conventional malaria treatment.  Those are thankfully diminishing, and it looks like she will recover fully.  But in the meantime, she is completely free of the malaria tha tvery nearly killed her!

Needless to say this really got my attention!  I have been on a tear ever since, digging up everything I could possibly find about MMS.  I also decided to try it for myself to see if it could fix a couple of chronic conditions that have been plaguing me for a few years, and that I have not otherwise been able to solve.  I have had chronic insomnia for several years, and have found that recovering from athletic activities seemed to take far longer than it should have.  I also had some joint pain that nothing has really helped.  (My pain management protocol offered good relief from the pain but did not address the cause of the pain.)

I have followed Jim Humble’s recommendations very closely, especially with regard to building up the dose slowly.  I am now up to 3 drops in the morning and 3 drops in the mid afternoon.  I had a couple of hours where I felt just a tiny bit queasy on the morning of the second day.  But, so far, that’s it.

On the plus side, last night I got the best night’s sleep I have had in years.  Even my cat, Mickie, was amazed.  (He is used to consoling me in the middle of the night as I lie there tossing and turning and trying futilely to get back to sleep.)  This morning I went for a relatively strenuous bicycle ride, and recovered almost immediately after arriving back home.  For the previous several years, that same ride would have left me with fatigue spilling over into the next day, at least.  I feel great!

It is too soon for me to say this is all definitive.  However, I am certainly encouraged, and it does look like MMS is the real thing.  If you have not already looked into it, you may want to.  It seems to be effective at knocking out most pathogens, as well as improving an amazingly wide array of chronic conditions, ranging from the annoying to the serious.

One word of caution:  If you are going to start using MMS, I would be sure you get it from a reputable source so that you know what you are getting.  And I would be sure to very carefully follow Jim Humble’s recommendations for its use.  As long as you do, I believe it will be safe.  If you do not, all bets are off.  Make sure you do not mistake MMS for “stabilized oxygen”, which is readily available at many health food stores.  They are not the same, and they do not provide the same results, not at all.

This afternoon, when I went to mix up my dose, I accidentally squeezed the dropper bottle a little too hard.  Many more drops came out than the 3 I was scheduled for.  I went ahead and activated it, thinking that I would use it anyway, as I did not want to waste it, (not that it is at all expensive).  By the time the 3 minutes required for it to activate had elapsed, I thought better of it and decided that taking an unknown quantity would not be wise.  I threw it out and mixed a new batch.  I think it likely that had I gone ahead with the much-too-large dose I would have experienced severe discomfort and ended up regretting it.  I share this story of my small mistake, which I think I almost converted to a big mistake to reinforce my recommendation that the protocol be followed carefully and literally, at least until one is very experienced at using MMS.

Feel free to e-mail me your comments and/or MMS stories.  If you do, please let me know if I have your permission to post them in case they are of wider interest.  Please do NOT send me your MMS questions, yet.  I am still just learning and there are plenty of people out there who know far more than I do at this point.

To your health!

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  1. Judith H Moore
    Posted September 30, 2011 at 2:13 pm | Permalink

    Hi Jeff, Just what are your credentials? Just curious. I love MMS, it saved my son’s life. REALLY!!!! Thanks, Jude in Kentucky

    • Jeff Bell
      Posted September 30, 2011 at 10:26 pm | Permalink

      Yes, MMS if properly used is terrific. I am finding more and more uses for it all the time. Mostly I am using the protocols that I get from the MMS forums, and the ones that Jim Humble and a few other MMS experts share. But I also am being inspired as I work with people and am finding a few of my own. When I am satisfied with my study and research of them I will post them for all to have.

      My credentials – that is a complex question. as briefly as I can respond – I started off following in my Dad’s footsteps through med school, but a little ways into that became disgusted with what they were trying to teach me and with what I perceived to be mostly the wrong focus and the wrong priorities. All the emphasis was on treating symptoms and almost none on using the symptoms as a way to learn what was wrong and then to correct the problems at the root level. That has always been my vision. I am a problem solver by nature, not a problem coverer.

      So I walked away from conventional medicine, went into engineering and information technology for a bunch of years. (More problem solving for me.) About 35 years ago I found myself drawn back into health care, but through two different doorways than my previous studies. I became a certified EMT and did that work for a few years. At the same time I started studying Applied Kinesiology from a brilliant practitioner who had studied directly with George Goodheart. I fell in love with such a great way to ask the body what was wrong and what it needed. Awesome!

      I have been researching an practicing in the arena of holistic and natural health for the last 35 years or so. Along the way I have taken thousands of hours of courses, training, workshops and short internships. When I find something that seems valuable, I find an expert to teach me and make myself their apprentice for long enough to learn what I need. So at this point I have master level skills in about 8 different disciplines. However, my work is quite far outside the box because I mix together whatever combination is needed in order to best help whoever I am working with.

      The best way to really learn about what I do and what I have to offer is to try a session with me. I offer a complimentary initial session so that you can find out what I do and if it is right for you without any risk on your part. E-Mail me at: if you are interested.

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