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Post by Jim Humble on Facebook 30 Aug 2014 17:24 #47159

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1ml CDH = 1 drop MMS

There has been an ongoing debate regarding how many drops of MMS equals 1ml of the newly discovered CDH. In over the many years of trying various ways of taking MMS, we finally began to realize that the MMS drops turning dark brown, was not concentrated chlorine dioxide as we always thought. The chemistry of it will be explained in the book, but that brown stuff is sodium chlorite, and sodium chlorite can go deeper into the body than chlorine dioxide, and then it turns into chlorine dioxide while deep in the body where it destroys pathogens. Therefore, in consideration to the potency and full potential of MMS, 1 ml of CDH or CDS is closer to 1 drop of MMS.


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Post by Jim Humble on Facebook 01 Sep 2014 04:20 #47173

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so good to finally know. thanks.

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Post by Jim Humble on Facebook 02 Sep 2014 05:34 #47190

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Nice graphic :)

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Post by Jim Humble on Facebook 05 Oct 2016 18:38 #53582

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Is CDH still considered as good as the MMS made with HCL?

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Post by Jim Humble on Facebook 17 Oct 2016 10:38 #53787

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how many ml are there in 1 drop ?

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Jim Humble's original standard was 24 drops per milliliter. He seems to be now want to use 20 drops per milliliter. When the final version of his latest book is released, we will know which one he is now using.

All the charts you may have seen on CDS & CDH are based on 24 drops/ml. And, the McRae-Lackney CDH formula is also based on 24 drops/ml.

0.04 ml = 1 drop when the standard is 24 drops/ml.
0.05 ml = 1 drop when the standard is 20 drops/ml.
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