One drop of 22.4% NaCLO2 (MMS) contains 6.7 mg of CLO2 if fully activated. (24 drops/ml standard)
When you say "1 activated drop" you probably mean 30 seconds of activation time and then added to 120 ml of water and ingested. That is MMS1. With that activation, about 10% of CLO2 is released from 1 drop of MMS and the rest may be released in stomach acid. How much CLO2 gets into your blood stream is unknown.
If you inject 2 ml of CDS into a vein, that will be about 6 mg of CLO2 and will be in your blood stream. At least it will be at the injection point. How much will circulate throughout your blood system is unknown.
CLO2 concentration is calculated: Dose (6 mg) divided by volume (about 5 liters of blood) = 1.2 ppm CLO2 concentration.
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