Perhaps part of the confusion arose through the concept that parts per million will change if solution volume increases, which of course it doesn't... at least that's the idea I got from a few posts in this thread.
Anyway, just for what it's worth.
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Hello I'm new to the ClO2 world. I was introduced to it by a friend and Andreas Kalcker's website. I make my CDS by the Bormioli Rocco Glass Jar and shot glass method. I'm having trouble with the dosage of this pure form of CDS. I make my solution of four and 450 mL at 3000 ppm. Most all protocols talk about three drops of MMS or MMSA or activated drops. So my questions are. What is an activated drop? This is an important question if someone could help me with I would appreciate it very much. It is been a stumbling block. If you use MMS or MMSA and you use three drops. Is that three drops from the finished product of sodium chloride and hydrochloric acid at a 50-50 mix? And if so what is the parts per million of the finished product being used? I assume it be 3000 ppm. Am I wrong?
This is extremely confusing to me. Below is what I understand of what is already been discussed in this post.
This is the ideal maximum.
1drop of MMS equals 9 mg of ClO2 equals 9000 parts per million.
1 ml of CDS at 3000 ppm equals 1/3 of a drop of MMS so
3 ml of CDS at 3000 ppm equals one drop of MMS or
1 drop of MMS at 3000ppm equals 3ml of CDS at 3000ppm.
3 ml of CDS at 3000 ppm has 3 mg of ClO2 in it?
Is this all correct??
Where does the 20 to 24 drops in 1ml of CDS work in to it?
I'm used to working with milligrams since it is a measure of quantity which is independent of volume and concentration. The question then is how much should a person take in an early protocol or beginners protocol? 10 mg an hour? 100 mg a day?
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