I've been only using CDS for a week or so. Since I have sensitivities due to illness, I tend to do everything very slowly, and CDS is no exception. Orally, I still only take less than 0.1 ml an hour, if even that. I make a pint of distilled water using 1 ml of CDS, and then every hour I put one teaspoon of that into a 2 oz of water to drink. So, it is very dilluted, and yet I have been having herx symptoms since the first dose I took.
I have also found that enemas, which again are only 1/10 of what Kalcker recommends in his book, are much stronger on my system than taking it orally. I use 0.2 ml in a bulb of distilled water for enemas. It is really just a few drops of CDS, rather than full mls in an enema bulb. I do ok doing that, but I made the mistake, yesterday, of doing one in the morning, and then another one last night.
I found it impossible to get good sleep because of the horrible acid reflux I got from doing that. It started about 20 minutes after the 2nd enema, and even this morning, I don't feel so great. Tummy feels quite raw.
I wanted to share my experience so that people who are sensitive can get a heads up. I feel that CDS is a gift from the Divine, and yet must be respected for how powerful it can be. It may be gentler than MMS, but it is still very potent.
I will go back to doing one enema every 2-3 days, and will continue to use way below the S Protocol, at least until I have some healing under way.
The PH strips is a good idea. I have tried two CDS brands, one gives me a very uncomfortable dry throat, the other brand doesn't. I guess not all CDS is created equal. For the first brand, I needed to use high PH water to counter it.
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