Treatment with the chp combined protocol
Diseases to be treated with the chp combined protocol:
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
Use between 6 and 12 drops of activated MMS "undiluted in water" in a glass glass.
Leave the glass 2 meters from the patient and let the gas take effect, if it bothers a lot to dilute with a little water, 1 time a day for 3 weeks.
Perform an intense deworming.
Tips on the CHP Combined Protocol
Definition of diseases treated with combined CHP protocol
Emotional disorder in which the person feels fear, fear and insecurity in situations such as an exam, a job, facing a person or an important decision. It is a state that interferes with the day-to-day activities of the person who suffers from it.
Types of anxiety:
- Panic disorder
- Post-traumatic stress
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Generalized anxiety disorder
- Mental problems; worry, fatigue, irritability, trouble sleeping and concentrating.
- Physical problems; shortness of breath, tension, dizziness, choking sensation, indigestion, migraines, diarrhea, tremors.
Treatment is usually with medications and psychological therapies to help manage fears and stress.
Ailment that affects the airways, the inner walls of the airways become inflamed making it difficult to breathe.
Asthma attacks are characterized by breathlessness and wheezing.
- Morning cough
- Asthmatic crises
- Whistles when breathing
- Chest pressure
- Shortness of breath
There are vectors that activate asthma such as cold, a cold, pollen, mites or animal dander, stress, sulfites in food, exercise, smoke, humidity.
According to the WHO there are about 235 million people suffering from asthma in the world and it is a growing number.
Respiratory function tests should be performed to diagnose asthma, as the symptoms can be confused with other ailments.
Currently there is no cure for the disease, symptoms are treated with medications and bronchodilators. If not detected and treated correctly it can become chronic and affect the daily activity of the patient.