Treatment with the combined protocol M
Diseases to be treated with the combined protocol M:
M Protocol (Fast)
1st take 7 ml of CDS in a glass with mineral water
Repeat taking 7 ml of CDS in a glass at 2 hours
Take 2 ml of CDS in half a glass of water before bedtime.
Protocol M+ (soft)
Take cds doses in a glass of mineral water
1st hour take 8 ml
2nd hour take 5 ml
4th hour take 5 ml
6th hour take 6ml
8th hour take 8 ml
Before bedtime take 8 ml
Tips on the M combined protocol
This protocol is a single day, but if the next day does not improve you can take 10 ml CDS in 500 ml of water and divide it into 2 shots.
Definition of diseases treated with combined protocol M
Deadly parasitic disease caused by the bite of a mosquito of the genus Anopheles containing these parasites.
Countries at higher risk; Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Asia, Eastern Europe, the South Pacific but especially Sub-Saharan Africa are the most affected by this disease.
The parasites reach the liver to mature and become merozoitic parasites, then infect the red blood cells as they multiply inside, the red blood cell breaks down and infects other red blood cells. It takes about 10 days to 4 weeks to feel the first symptoms.
Malaria is caused by anemia caused by the loss of red blood cells and large amounts of hemoglobin that causes red blood cells to break.
Video in which they narrate how to cure Malaria with MMS by Jim Humble.
Types of malaria:
- Plasmodium falciparum
- Plasmodium malariae
- Plamodium ovale
- Plasmodium vivax
- High fever
- Muscle pain
- Stool in the blood
- Excessive sweating
- Severe headache
Malaria is a deadly disease although it has a cure if diagnosed early, like traveler's diarrhea, malaria affects people who travel to countries at risk without protection or information about the dangers of mosquito bites in some areas.
It is important to pay attention if one or more symptoms appear after a week to 3 months of making the trip.
Treatment of malaria requires hospitalization with various oral and intravenous medications, combinations of artemisinin with artemether and umumantrine, treatment with doxycycline or mefloquine with artesunate or doxycycline.