I am currently on protocol 2000 and a few other protocols and I use MMS, MM2, DMSO, and CDS 3000 ppm, and It would be more cost effective to make my own. So would you be so kind and let me know how many Activated drops of MMS will I need to make the 3000ppm solution?
I have seen the videos and I must say the one of the simplists appeared to be in Japanese which I do not understand if I recall he used 30 activated drops in a shot glass placed inside a mason jar and placed in the refrigerator for 12 hours. What I don't know is if it was a 3000ppm solution.
F.Y.I., I did buy and read Jim Humble's MMS Health Recovery guidebook and it is a must-read. I DO have the distilled water the jars and I will buy the testing strips.
I have seen results already and STILL going through much I will, however, be putting together my personal testimonies.
There are many files on my website
on how to make CDS using the easiest and safest method - the overnight method. Many on this forum spent a year testing different ideas and those are on the forum if you care to wade through them.
file may be a summary of those ideas and
one shows the final version of the overnight method. Page 5, Part 6 has the formula and the equipment used.
If you have 4% HCL and want to make 3000 ppm CDS, then take a look at
For dosing CDS when using G2C Protocols,
charts will help you do that.
PDF file will explain how to measure CLO2 in MMS1, CDS and CDH. Test strips can give an approximate CLO2 value, but if you want more accuracy, then get a photometer that will measure CLO2. I use a photometer made by this company:
The "TruTest® v2.2 Digital Test Strip Reader" measures Free Chlorine, pH, and Total Alkalinity, not CLO2.
MMS2 does not release CLO2. MMS2 is calcium hypochlorite and in water it releases hypochlorous acid (HOCl). I don't know how to measure HOCL.
The model I have was discontinued in 2010, but operates the same as the newer models. Attached is a PDF on the meter I have. Using a conversion chart, my meter will measure CLO2. The
are the same as sold today for the newer meters.
If you check out other brands of photometers, they are more complicated to use then the eXact series of meters made by ITS/Sensafe.
If you buy one of them, I have a PDF file on how to use less distilled water to make CLO2 measurements.
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I have looked at the eXact Chlorine Photometer which has a measurement range of 0.00 mg/L - 2.20 mg/L (ppm)
Yes, that is the basic range of measurement, but you can scale that up by dilution. So, any CLO2 concentration can be measured. I have measured as high as 10,000 ppm. You do the same if using CLO2 test strips. See
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