CDS and MMS1 Hourly Dosing Compared
9 July 2020 by CL
CDS Protocol 101
starts you off with 10 ml of 3000 ppm CDS per day, taken over an 8 to 12 hour period. The idea is to consume 10 ml of CDS on day one. That works out to be 30 mg of CLO2 (chlorine dioxide). If that is too much CLO2 for you, then reduce the daily dosage to perhaps 5 ml of CDS in the one liter all-day bottle of CDS.
Note that Protocol 101 is known as Protocol-C in Andreas Kalcker's newest book, Forbidden Health, which can be found at
This first daily dose of 10 ml of CDS is similar to the MMS1 Starting Procedure.
In fact, the Starting Procedure idea came from Andreas Kalcker, the one who popularized CDS.
The size of each hourly CDS dose is not critical, although a dose should be taken every consecutive hour to keep CLO2 constantly flowing into your body.
compujohnny, you mentioned 3 drop MMS1 doses. Many people assume that they are required to take 3 drops of MMS1 each hour, but that is not what Protocol 1000 says. P1000 limits the hourly dosing of MMS1 to 3 drops. Three drops of MMS1 each hour is the maximum hourly dosing one should ever take when following P1000. Remember the Three Golden Rules.
Of course, if you are just starting to ingest MMS1, you first follow the Starting Procedure, not P1000. Day one MMS1 dosing for the Starting Procedure is 1/4 drop hourly doses. That totals 2 drops of MMS1 on day one. That works out to be 13 mg of CLO2 if all of the residual MMS in MMS1 is fully activated in stomach acid and elsewhere in the body.
After completing the Starting Procedure, you begin P1000 at 1 drop MMS1 hourly doses for 8 consecutive hours. You can stay at 1 drop doses for as long as you want. Again, follow the Three Golden Rules. Increase hourly dosing slowly if needed, but don't exceed 3 drops per hour with P1000.
Trying to compare CLO2 ingestion between CDS, CDS and CDH is interesting, but not that critical. Just follow P1000 when using MMS1 and Protocol 101 for CDS. And, follow the Three Golden Rules.
CDS dosing of 2 ml is 6 mg of CLO2. MMS1 ingestion of 1 drop can be 6.7 mg of CLO2 if fully activated with stomach acid.
Most people are not aware that MMS1 is not fully activated when made, by design. Jim Humble believes that unactivated MMS may be activated not only by stomach acid, but perhaps elsewhere in the human body by other acids.
CDS is fully activated when made and can not be further activated in stomach acid because it does not contain any residual MMS (or acid activator).
Here are the CLO2 percentage activation numbers for MMS1, CDH and CDS when made:
MMS1 = 10% activated
CDH = 50% activated
CDS = 100% activated
So, both MMS1 and CDH contain residual MMS (and possibly acid activator) when made. CDS does not contain anything except CLO2.
BTW, 6.7 mg of CLO2 per MMS drop is based on a drop volume of 24 drops per milliliter of solution that Jim Humble said we were to use. Today, he follows the international standard of 20 drops per milliliter of solution, which is 8 mg of CLO2 per MMS drop. Drop size therefore was 0.042 ml per drop, but is now 0.050 ml per drop. You can accurately measure drops using a 1 ml calibrated syringe or pipette. What size drops your MMS and 4% HCL droppers dispense is unknown unless you measure it.
I prefer using CDS because of the taste and because my wife has a very sensitive stomach so she can't tolerate the acid even after switching to 4% HCL,
But I understand the points you mention, so is it better to add some unactivated MMS to CDS? I have seen Kerri do that in her CDS video, but in the book she says she doesn't do it anymore without mentioning a reason
I wrote Protocol 102
in 2016 which builds on P101 by adding MMS to CDS when needed. Scott McRae started a forum thread on how to use just MMS drops unactivated.
That idea is how Jim discovered CLO2 and he enhanced MMS after researching what Stabilized Oxygen contained; 3.5% sodium chlorite solution.
Another question, when preparing CDS Kerri used 75ml of MMS and 75ml of HCL 4% for 1 liter of water, while Andreas used 5ml MMS and 5 ml HCL 4% for 200 ml of water, that means 25 ml per liter if you scale the MMS and HCL same as water
I don't have the strips and I want to be sure, so I am keeping it for 24 - 36 hours instead of overnight but I am confused about how much MMS and HCL to use in the inside cup, and is the scaling calculation correct? is it 15ml per each 200ml of water or 5ml?
To clarify more, I have read the document that says you need a double infusion of 5ml to reach 3000 ppm, but I am talking about a single infusion, how much MMS and 4% HCL is required to make 3000 ppm in 24 - 36 hours?
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