You have 500 ml of 3000 ppm CDS. To that you added 10 ml of unactivated MMS.
To determine how much CLO2 are in both the CDS and unactivated MMS we use the formula:
Dose (mg of CLO2) = Volume (liters) x Concentration (ppm)
0.5 liters x 3000 ppm = 1500 mg CLO2 in the CDS.
Each drop of unactivated MMS contains 6.7 mg of CLO2 when fully activated. (using a standard of 24 drops/ml)
10 ml x 24 drops = 240 drops
240 drops x 6.7 mg = 1608 mg of CLO2 if fully activated in stomach acid.
So, there is as much CLO2 in the unactivated MMS as in the CDS!
Also, I have not seen any proof that adding unactivated MMS to CDS prolongs the life of CDS. CDS keeps for a long time when in a fridge. We found with CDH, which has 50% remaining unactivated MMS after 12 hours of activation, that after about two weeks the unactivated MMS wasn't in the solution! It was gone. If you were using CDS with added unactivated MMS, dosing would be a nightmare. By the way, these charts
will allow you to dose with CDS and CDH when following protocols designed only for MMS1. You will note that the info from virtually all sellers of CDS is wrong when you use the charts.
One last thing; adding unactivated MMS to CDS ruins the idea behind CDS. It is simpler to make CDH.
I appreciate your help
Please can u tell me the shelf life of the CDs iif kept in the fridge
I have another concern back home in Morocco they don’t have distilled water can u use just any spring water to make CDs and to do the protocols
CDS shelf life in a bottle with a non-leaking cap should keep a year or so in a fridge. Some years ago Tomas, a chemist and forum member, said he found a bottle of CDS in his fridge he had forgotten about. He measured the ppm and it was only down a few percent after one year.
I have kept a full liter of CDS at room temperature for a year and the loss of CLO2 was about 50%. Still usable, just use twice as much as normal.
Use the cleanest water you can find to make CDS. If you can find a Zero brand water filter, it "Removes virtually all (99.6%) detectable dissolved solids"
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