Treatment with the CDGL combined protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined CDGL protocol:
- Fungi - mycosis
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water per day, divided into 8 intakes for 3 weeks.
Apply to the affected area undiluted, 2 or 3 times a day, for 3 weeks.
8 drops of ACTIVATED MMS are used in a glass and placed immediately in the affected area so that the gas acts, keep the glass 3 minutes maximum and repeat every hour if relief is noticed
In a bathtub with warm water add 30 to 60 drops of MMS and stay submerged in the water for 20 minutes each day until you get better.
CDGL Combo Protocol Tips
Lower the consumption of sugary products and white flours, crushed kalanchoe leaf plasters can also be used.
Definition of diseases treated with CDGL combined protocol
Fungi - mycosis
They are eukaryotic microorganisms that lack chlorophyll so they need to live as parasites in animals, plants or people, there are 80,000 different fungi although less than 100 can cause problems in humans.
Infections caused by some fungi are difficult to treat, they live on the skin, mucous membranes, dead hair tissue, nails, between the toes, female reproductive system.
Candidiasis is the most common known medical condition, it can be more superficial, intermediate or profound.
Heat, humidity or lack of hygiene are a breeding ground for these fungi that although not a risk if it generates discomfort, although there are also other factors such as living in humid areas, having a weak immune system or being in chemical treatment, dogs, cats and rabbits can cause the condition of mycosis.
Cutaneous mycosis can be classified as dermatophytosis, ringworms, intertriginous candidiasis and pityriasis versicolor.
- Intense itching
- Interdigital flaking
- White spots on the skin
- Scales on the scalp
- English redness or waist
- Red spots on hand or arm
Antifungal medications are commonly used to treat fungi