Chlorine Dioxide aka Miracle Mineral Solution

Richard Stanley

Well-Known Member
What was the point? Maybe you should consider deleting this?

I will report some positive experimental results on my use last night of hypochlorous acid (0.01%) on my biofilm infected tear duct. I applied 3 drops and had no pain, as with some other agents, including from antibiotics more recently. It felt a tiny bit weird and my focus in that eye was a bit off. I woke up with a large amount of crust and muck around my eye, but still no pain, and my focus has returned to baseline. As such, I'm guessing the focus issue was caused by the biofilm breaking up.

I should have done this a long time ago.

Of course, this says nothing about effectivity with viruses and it is only being used topically. It's rather expensive in any case.
 

Claude Badley

Registered Guest
Fascist
Chlorine bleach is highly toxic...
What was the point? Maybe you should consider deleting this?

I will report some positive experimental results on my use last night of hypochlorous acid (0.01%) on my biofilm infected tear duct. I applied 3 drops and had no pain, as with some other agents, including from antibiotics more recently. It felt a tiny bit weird and my focus in that eye was a bit off. I woke up with a large amount of crust and muck around my eye, but still no pain, and my focus has returned to baseline. As such, I'm guessing the focus issue was caused by the biofilm breaking up.

I should have done this a long time ago.

Of course, this says nothing about effectivity with viruses and it is only being used topically. It's rather expensive in any case.
...but while it might work in very diluted form, such experimentation needs to be conducted in medical trials because people can get into terrible problems with home recipe. The sarcastic thrust of my comment was directed at the (already indicated) comic aspects of Jerry's comments, particular his invocation of that great healer the Daffy Duckmeister!

One thing my medical training taught me was to be very conservative with medical treatments, not just official medical experiments but home remedies too - primum non nocere! Good luck with the eye-duct problem though.

Yours faithfully
Claude
 

Richard Stanley

Well-Known Member
One thing my medical training taught me was to be very conservative with medical treatments, not just official medical experiments but home remedies too - primum non nocere! Good luck with the eye-duct problem though.
When only ~10% of medical 'professionals' even know what the term 'biofilm' is, much less treat it, then one must either experiment or perish. Ironically, the solution was originated by a (relatively) new pharma company that focusses on biofilm treatments. But this solution was released - licensed to the OTC market strictly as a wipe for the surface of the eyelids. I do have to credit my eye doctor with turning me onto the product (after I told her about my wider biofilm experiences), albeit she only said to use it as directed.

Second application went slightly different. A few minutes after application a typical (from other methods) deep, dull ache appeared, but only lasted about 15 minutes. Woke with a lesser amount of crust and it feels pretty good, including good focus.
 

Claude Badley

Registered Guest
Fascist
Indeed, biofilms were not recognized until long after I graduated...
When only ~10% of medical 'professionals' even know what the term 'biofilm' is, much less treat it, then one must either experiment or perish. Ironically, the solution was originated by a (relatively) new pharma company that focusses on biofilm treatments. But this solution was released - licensed to the OTC market strictly as a wipe for the surface of the eyelids. I do have to credit my eye doctor with turning me onto the product (after I told her about my wider biofilm experiences), albeit she only said to use it as directed.

Second application went slightly different. A few minutes after application a typical (from other methods) deep, dull ache appeared, but only lasted about 15 minutes. Woke with a lesser amount of crust and it feels pretty good, including good focus.
...but from what you write the medication has had some sort of testing - and your eye doctor gave it at least qualified approval. Biofilms are usually due to a mutually supportive association of different species of bacteria, such that some form of more general treatment (i.e. not targeted antibiotics) including wiping is a good idea. Cleaning one's teeth is the most obvious example of biofilm removal!

Let's hope it restores your eyesight to normal.

Yours faithfully
Claude
 

Jerry Russell

Administrator
Staff member
people can get into terrible problems with home recipe.
Unfortunately, people can also get into terrible problems by going to the doctor. Not the least of which is the financial challenge: a trip to the hospital for covid-19 could easily run up a bill of $30,000 or more. Not everybody in the US has health insurance, and not everybody can afford such an expense.

The American medical system and pharmaceutical industry have modernized the concept of treatment by blood sucking leeches.
 

Jerry Russell

Administrator
Staff member
Not sure if this belongs here or in the coronavirus thread, but since we're discussing home remedies...

Remember the Arizona man, Gary Lenius, who died after taking "fish tank cleaner"? Turns out that his wife Wanda is now being investigated for homicide. Alana Goodman, a reporter with the Trump-friendly Washington Free Beacon, broke the story.

This couple allegedly has quite a history:

"Wanda would constantly berate Gary in public," said a source who asked that all identifying information be withheld. "Everyone was embarrassed for him, but he outwardly did not seem to care much."
"In our opinion, their marriage was seen outwardly to be as one-sided as a marriage possibly could be: Gary worshiped Wanda," this person said, adding that his wife "would routinely call him a ‘doofus'" and humiliate him in public.
Lenius's friend recalled Wanda Lenius destroying her husband's aircraft model collection after he returned home late for a meal.
"These planes take many dozens and sometimes hundreds of hours to complete," said the friend. "Gary did not get angry, he simply junked the planes that were not repairable and fixed the rest. That is the Gary I knew, he would never get upset, he just accepted what happened and carried on."
In another recent instance, the same friend said Wanda Lenius broke her husband's laptop screen, allegedly because she was angry he had updated the Windows software on her computer. ...
Seven months after their wedding, the Waterloo Police Department responded to a domestic incident at their home. The couple had gotten into an argument "concerning counseling and a possible divorce" during which Wanda allegedly hit her husband in the chest and swung a mounted birdhouse at him, according to a court affidavit from the responding officer, William Sauerbrei.
Goodman also points out that Wanda Lenius has been a very active donor to the Democratic Party, including a "pro-science" PAC. Hardly the sort of person that would take medical advice from Donald Trump at face value.

Lenius said that she and her husband each took a teaspoon of the chloroquine, which Goodman says is at least four times the lethal limit.

What I don't see here, is any explanation how Wanda survived, if she really took a full teaspoon like her husband did.

Goodman appeared on Fox News this week to discuss the case:

 

Claude Badley

Registered Guest
Fascist
I can't help but agree, can't I?
Unfortunately, people can also get into terrible problems by going to the doctor. Not the least of which is the financial challenge: a trip to the hospital for covid-19 could easily run up a bill of $30,000 or more. Not everybody in the US has health insurance, and not everybody can afford such an expense.

The American medical system and pharmaceutical industry have modernized the concept of treatment by blood sucking leeches.
We learnt that at medical school in Australia - so what do we get? Australia copying the US model!

Yours faithfully
Claude
 

Claude Badley

Registered Guest
Fascist
Read between the lines you Junkipedia-junkie you!:D
Goodman also points out that Wanda Lenius has been a very active donor to the Democratic Party, including a "pro-science" PAC. Hardly the sort of person that would take medical advice from Donald Trump at face value.

Lenius said that she and her husband each took a teaspoon of the chloroquine, which Goodman says is at least four times the lethal limit.

What I don't see here, is any explanation how Wanda survived, if she really took a full teaspoon like her husband did.

Goodman appeared on Fox News this week to discuss the case:
The answer is clear with a bit of medical knowledge. Chloroquine causes macular blindness - meaning one is unable to read with the loss of central vision. Just the qualification one needs to be a pro-science Democrat-ass! Larry Genius is dead but the macular degenerate-donkey lives on!:rolleyes:

Yours faithfully
Claude
 

Ruby Gray

Member
Jerry,
If I post a YouTube-puged video by Kalcker to my YouTube channel, then post that here, does that mean it will only be available on this site until YT hunts me down and either deletes that video, or pulls my channel completely? Marking me a Suspect Dissident Useless Breather in the process.

Is there no other video site that hosts videos on your website? There are several who make it their mission to run videos banned by the establishment. It would be great if we could play their vids here and elsewhere.
 

Jerry Russell

Administrator
Staff member
Hello Ruby,

I assume that at least one of the videos you're referring to is the one where Dr. Kalcker reports that Chlorine Dioxide has cured approx. 100 patients in Ecuador. I already posted the link in the coronavirus thread, but here it is in case anyone drops into the site here:

https://lbry.tv/@Kalcker:7/100-Recovered-Aememi-1:7

Unfortunately, my stock version of Xenforo has limited capabilities for video embedding. It only allows embedded links to a few video host sites (basically, YouTube, Vimeo, Twitter and Facebook) and it doesn't make a local copy of the video. So if the video disappears at YouTube, it's gone here too. Our coronavirus thread is starting to look like swiss cheese with all the purged videos.

I do have the capability to host and locally embed video files on the Wordpress site (homepage) here. Or for a small fee, I could purchase an upgrade to Xenforo that would allow users to upload videos, just as if we were our own little YouTube. I suspect if we did a lot of that, my hosting fees would start creeping up too. But considering the situation, I'm thinking I'll probably get that upgrade sometime in the next few days.
 
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