1.9.8 The Malaria Protocol
There are 5 known parasites that can cause malaria (also called swamp fever or intermittent fever). They are usually triggered by a bite from the Anopheles mosquito. Most experience in the treatment of malaria is available with the classic MMS. Adults get 18 and children 9 activated drops of MMS in a high single dose to drink. In very rare cases, a second dose of the same amount is required. The parasites are completely eliminated in the body with a high shock dose. This high single dose is much too high for healthy people. It must therefore be ensured as far as possible beforehand that a malaria infection is present. You can also use rapid blood tests for this.