Key Factors to Health Recovery

Dear Friends,

Hundreds of thousands of people in more than 150 countries have benefitted from MMS (Master Mineral Solution). Thousands of cancer cases of all kinds have been overcome and the same is true of many other diseases as well. I receive many emails on a weekly basis with questions of one kind or another regarding MMS. In this newsletter, I want to share with you two very important points that are fundamental to recovering health with MMS. These are:

  1. The importance of hourly dosing
  2. Following the Three Golden Rules of MMS

Paying close attention to these two factors is the answer to many of your questions.

After my initial discovery back in 1996 that MMS could restore health to victims of malaria, I continued to work on developing the formula. I found if used in the right amount and by following certain protocols, it could eradicate many other illnesses as well. In those first years most people took rather large doses of MMS about twice a day and this would sometimes result in a Herxheimer reaction. (Note: A Herxheimer reaction is a short-term detoxification reaction in the body. As the body detoxifies, or if one detoxifies too quickly, it can cause things such as headache, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting or other symptoms. Though this can be unpleasant it is usually a sign healing is taking place.)

Then, while on a visit to Africa and being faced with hundreds of HIV/AIDs victims, it came to me that Adelle Davis achieved amazing results with Vitamin C by having a sick person take it every hour. So I tried that with MMS, that is, going to smaller but hourly doses throughout the day, instead of one or two larger doses a day. MMS only lasts about one hour in the human body, so the hourly dosing keeps MMS running through the body for a longer time.

No two people are exactly the same—that is, the needs of each body and the way one’s body reacts to various things. Some people need larger amounts of MMS to get well, and others can only tolerate (and get well on) very small amounts of MMS. But whether someone needs a larger (according to the guidelines) or smaller amount of MMS in order to overcome disease, the MMS needs to be in their body longer than one hour. Once the hourly doses were discovered then diseases began to be overcome at a much higher recovery rate. Likewise people were recovering from many different illnesses, even from what is considered “incurable” diseases. The smaller but hourly doses also helped to eliminate the person getting sick (experiencing a Herxheimer reaction). So this is important—if you want to recover from a specific illness, hourly dosing is key! (See details on amounts and hourly dosing in the MMS Health Recovery Guidebook, available at:

After discovering the importance of hourly dosing, there were still some failures with people using MMS. In search of why this was and in working with people all around the world for over 20 years, I established the Three Golden Rules of MMS. I cannot stress the importance of these guidelines if you want to get well.

Golden Rule Number One:

If taking MMS and you are getting better/showing some signs of improvement, don’t change anything. Continue to do what you are doing. This should be obvious, but that isn’t what always happens. People will often say, “Well, I’m getting better, this is helping, so I had better take more, or take it more often.” No, never do that. If you are getting better, showing improvement, don’t change anything—keep doing what you are doing, keep at it, step by step until you are well.

Golden Rule Number Two:

If you are feeling worse, reduce your MMS intake by 50%. The problem here is quite often when a person feels worse when taking any kind of remedy; they may want to take more, that is, up their dose. Or on the other side of the coin, they may want to quit taking it all together. With MMS either case is a mistake. If one is feeling worse when taking MMS, always reduce the intake by 50%. If after reducing the dosage and one still feels worse, reduce the intake by another 50%. If feeling bad, keep reducing the dosage until you find the right amount that will not make you sick. Reduce but do not quit.

Golden Rule Number Three:

If one is not getting better, or not getting worse. If there are no signs of improvement, do the next increase according to the instructions, increase your intake, or go to the next protocol in the Health Recovery Plan. In other words go to the next step, whatever it might be.

These two points go hand in hand—the importance of hourly doses throughout the day (the basic protocols call for eight hours a day and for more serious illness 10 hours a day), and paying close attention to the Three Golden Rules of MMS.

All the particulars of these points are explained clearly and concisely in my latest book the “MMS Health Recovery Guidebook,” if you or a loved one is in need of health recovery and you want to take responsibility for your own health, I encourage you to study and follow the Health Recovery Plan in this book. The book contains suggestions and tips on how to fit in hourly dosing, even for the mega-busy person.

To your vibrant health,

Jim Humble

When the great scorer comes,
To score against your name,
It will matter not whether you won or lost,
But rather how you played the game.