posted on Sep, 17 2013 @ 09:23 AM
reply to post by kauskau
MMS is quite effective for a number of bacterial and even viral infections, but all the Chlorine is quite harsh on the body, not good if you have a
vulnerable system, which you do in the case of autism.
Biologically, Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)works very similar, but isn't as harsh.
My wife has been very I'll for a number of years, root cause mercury and aluminium toxicity, with the triggering event 12 vaccinations in a 3week
period before a round the world trip. The researchers always claim that the mercury and aluminium in a vaccination is not sufficient to cause
problems, but in the real world, they are not administered one at a time and some people are genetically vulnerable. I had the same vaccinations,
thankfully my genetic makeup seem to be more robust at secreting the heavy metals.
Recently the main complication has been a very bad Heroes Zoster infection. She has finally been able to shake it last week with 4 consecutive days of
The research on H2O2 is also a lot more solid, which is especially useful to prove to other people that you're not insane trying these things, you
just realised that the pharma dragon has no interest in curing anything, it only likes just lucrative symptom suppression.
While it isn't the only potential cause, autism seems to be closely linked to a genetic weakness in secreting heavy metals. Have a look at the GAPS
diet and the PK protocol. My wife has had significant improvements using the combination of these 2 over the last 2 years. She was at deaths door
2years ago when we realised that allopathic medicine has faild and worsened her condition progressively until it was almost too late. I then started
my own research on her symptoms, found the mercury link, found an amazing toxicologist that uses 99% natural means (she's very practical and will
recommend allopathic medicine in very specific scenarios, but few and far I between as theyre mostly toxic in the long run).
Good luck. Improvement and even cure is possible, and it's a long slow road with lots of tears, learning and ultimately joy in the wonder that is