Having experienced a sort of "nitrous oxide chemical supercharging" (such as street racers use for pushbutton power boost in otherwise relatively "stock" automobiles) via CLS nebulization (~30 ppm?) and CPAP humidifier vaporization (~2 ppm?) as well as oral ingestion (~40 ppm?), I'm conscious of transient benefits of increased oxygen in the system. Non-transient, or systemic, improvement (healing) seems to be of higher importance, however, and I'm happy to now report same after noticing a marked improvement in aerobic capacity fewer than 2 weeks after beginning MMS and then CLS.
A former avid cyclist, I had for the last ~8 years begun to suffer from what I suspected to be mold in the lungs, as evidenced by shortness of breath and chronic coughing. I still exhibit abnormal audio emission levels with my breathing, suggesting a good deal more to heal, but just this morning I've noted a benchmark change having already occurred in that whereas I had accustomed myself to beginning to hyperventilate (like a weightlifter) prior to and throughout the stair climb to our upstairs bedroom, and even then needing to continue for a spell thereafter to return to normalcy, this morning I didn't need to breathe heavily before, during, or even after this same level of exertion. That this is a non-transient improvement is seemingly evidenced by not having dosed ClO2 in any form for (quite sure) over 12 hours!
Correction: "...CLS..." should read "...CDS..." 2X in post
And fwimbw, the empirically-found concentration of H2O2 (Hydrogen Peroxide, or HP) required for freedom from nebulizing discomfort is (for me) to stay below 0.18% HP.
The specifics of my final recipe (reference podcast and free book pdf linked in 1st post, VERY worthwhile btw) are:
2 ml 12% food grade Hydrogen Peroxide
10 ml distilled water
(24) 5ml vials of 0.9% saline solution www.amazon.com/Sterile-0-9-NaCl-Saline-Solution/dp/B08964MFXY
I've got my lung function back, TYJ! Cycling scenic M116 for the first time in a LOOONG time, I experienced sore butt at first and rubber legs afterwards, but absolutely NO anaerobic shortness of breath such as I had been experiencing just climbing a flight of stairs. Happy camper.
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