Treatment with the cgjo combined protocol
Diseases to be treated with the cgjo combined protocol:
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
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.
10ml of CDS 200 ml of water, make buches for 3 minutes, use after each brushing.
5ml of CDS and 3ml of DMSO in 50ml of saline, apply 5 drops every 2 hours.
Tips on the CGJO Combined Protocol
In mild otitis use the Gas protocol combined with the O protocol.
In severe or persistent otitis treat with protocol C combined with protocol J.
Definition of diseases treated with cgjo combined protocol
It is an infectious inflammation of the middle hatred, it is a very common disease in children under 3 years, hatred suppuras serous, mucous or purulent fluid.
70% of children have suffered from otitis media, in most cases it is usually a mild infection.
Adults may also suffer from otitis due to climate change, smoke exposure, a history, or congenital defect.
When the Eustachian tube responsible for draining liquid from the middle ear is blocked, it results in an infection.
This blockage is caused by an infectious problem of bacteria or viruses, after a cold or flu, allergies or vegetation.
Types of otitis:
- Acute; affects the respiratory system
- Subacute; suppuration of medium hatred with mild symptoms
- Chronicle; suppuration lasting more than 3 months
- Pain in the ear
- Hearing loss
- Loss of appetite
It is usually treated with antibiotics, nasal and mucolytic decongestants to stop the accumulation of mucus.
Untreated otitis can lead to more serious infections such as:
- Chronic otitis
- Impaired hearing
- Perforation of the eardrum
- Pus abscesses near the brain