1.5 Interactions and contraindications
Those who have an extremely rare chlorine allergy should not use MMS or should use it with great caution. In addition, MMS has a slight blood thinning effect. Marcumar patients must take this into account, especially before surgery. MMS and vitamin C, an antioxidant, cancel each other out in their effect. If you have taken too much MMS, you can reduce the unpleasant side effects by taking vitamin C or appropriate juices. Theoretically reactions with food in the stomach and medicines would be conceivable, but up to now practically no concrete interactions became known despite worldwide MMS applications for many years.
According to Dr. Andreas Kalcker, however, persons with the following characteristics should not use MMS, MMS2 or CDS or should approach the treatment with great caution:
– for long-term medication
– known chlorine allergy
– for liver dysfunction
– anticoagulant treatment
– Traumatic experience with gas poisoning
I like best the recommendation of Dr. Klinghardt (www.ink.ag) in the morning until approx. 18:00 o’clock to carry out the MMS-takes and with 3-4 hours distance thus after approx. 21-22:00 o’clock the necessary medicines and/or food auxiliary means (NEM) to take. Concrete interactions with other pharmaceutical drugs are not known so far. In case of doubt, a time interval of 2-4 hours should also be selected here.
Antidote for overdose and severe side effects:
You can dissolve a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate (also called sodium hydrogen carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, emperor’s soda or Bullrich salt) in a glass of water and take it or eat an apple, for example. Alternatively, the intake of vitamin C is also possible.
– Book “The MMS Manual” Dr. med. Antje Oswald
– Book “MMS clinically tested