How often people is it for people that start taking mms for the first time to not be able to tolerate 2 or 3 drops of activated drops 8 times a day?
How often it is for people to strugle with those dosages 2 and 3 drops?
Also how often it is that someone would strugle with 1 drop 8 times a day?
Every person is different. Follow the Three Golden Rules and you will be fine. Of course, always begin taking MMS1, CDH or CDS by following the The Starting Procedure.
And, do not use citric acid MMS activator! Instead, use 4% HCL. If CLO2 odor is a problem, drink doses from small mouth bottles and you won't smell any CLO2 gas. There are ways to make MMS1 that won't allow CLO2 gas to escape and reach your nose.
If taste is a problem, add a few drops of SweetLeaf brand, SteviaClear flavor, stevia liquid drops to each dose. That stevia will not reduce CLO2 content. These ideas are on my website for your viewing and/or download pleasure.
Yes @lamehack, CDS has much less taste than MMS, but it can still be hard to drink, depending on the CLO2 content per cup of water you drink, and how sensible is your taste.
It's easier in the beginning, but over time people tend to get sick of it. Many quit their treatment because of that. So it is important to know everything we can mix with it to get a good taste without loosing potency or neutralizing it.
Besides Stevia, I find that CLO2 does also not react with aspartame:
no reaction with pure BCAA either (sorry, can't find the study link right now), but the one we buy has many other things added...
There is a dental product that uses CLO2 with Xylitol (an alternative form of natural sugar):
"OraCare not only has Activated Chlorine Dioxide, it also contains Xylitol, which plays an important role in starving bacteria (...)"
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