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CDS Protocol 101 14 Apr 2018 01:23 #58262

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CDS Protocol 101 seems to have gone missing from this forum, although CDS is still listed under Categories, Sacraments of the Genesis II Church. Many sellers offer CDS, so it is popular. I get many inquiries on how to dose CDS, so this forum post may help those who buy or make CDS. Note that the original CDS discussed here is 3000 ppm CLO2 concentration and does NOT have any MMS (unactivated 22.4% sodium chlorite solution) added as a so-called 'stabilizer'.

Jim Humble approves of CDS as stated in his new book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook, on page 12 under the heading CDS and CDH:

The same principles in this book can be applied to the other forms of MMS.

So, I will bring CDS Protocol 101 back to life here and in the attached PDF file. And, since no dosing for CDS or CDH, when used with MMS1 protocols, is listed in Jim's new book, you can find that info here. That PDF file is also attached to this post. :) And, here is my version of the Starting Procedure which includes dosing for CDS and CDH. Note that dosing for MMS Tablets listed in the PDF file is for the old tablets, not the new MMS1 tablets.

The following image is a screen shot of the original posting on 12 February 2013 in post #30478. The protocol will be easier to read if you download the PDF file.



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CDS Protocol 101 26 Mar 2020 16:21 #63222

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CLO2 wrote: CDS Protocol 101 seems to have gone missing from this forum, although CDS is still listed under Categories, Sacraments of the Genesis II Church. Many sellers offer CDS, so it is popular. I get many inquiries on how to dose CDS, so this forum post may help those who buy or make CDS. Note that the original CDS discussed here is 3000 ppm CLO2 concentration and does NOT have any MMS (unactivated 22.4% sodium chlorite solution) added as a so-called 'stabilizer'.

Jim Humble approves of CDS as stated in his new book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook, on page 12 under the heading CDS and CDH:

The same principles in this book can be applied to the other forms of MMS.

So, I will bring CDS Protocol 101 back to life here and in the attached PDF file. And, since no dosing for CDS or CDH, when used with MMS1 protocols, is listed in Jim's new book, you can find that info here. That PDF file is also attached to this post. :) And, here is my version of the Starting Procedure which includes dosing for CDS and CDH. Note that dosing for MMS Tablets listed in the PDF file is for the old tablets, not the new MMS1 tablets.

The following image is a screen shot of the original posting on 12 February 2013 in post #30478. The protocol will be easier to read if you download the PDF file.



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Hello,

I have a question on doing the protocol 101.

Is it okay to add 2ml CDS (3000 ppm) into say 16 oz air tight water bottle (that's 0.5ml for 4 oz to start) and drink 4 oz per hour (keeping the bottle in refrigerator)? So, you can drink out of it 4 times until next time to mix.

Or, do you have to mix CDS into water every time to drink?

I am asking because it's kind of a hassle to be mixing CDS every time into a 4 oz water.

I would appreciate if anyone can let me know.

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You can add any amount of CDS to an all-day bottle of water and dose from that bottle.

If you are planning on dosing hourly for 8 hours, then add eight doses of CDS to the bottle of water.

Mark the bottle into 8 equal parts so you can pour out one dose accurately every hour. If too strong, then add more water to your glass of CDS.

Since CDS is fully activated and only contains CLO2 in water, there is no need to further activate hourly as is recommended when using MMS1.

Michael Harrah came up with the idea of using a glass baby bottle for CDS dosing because the bottle is marked in fluid ounces up to 8 fl oz. This photo shows CDS in a glass baby bottle and you can see it is filled to the 8 fl oz line marked on the outside of the bottle. To dose hourly, just pour out 1 fl oz hourly and add to a glass of water.

A glass bottle is best, but some plastic bottles may be okay. No metal bottles, however.

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CLO2 wrote: You can add any amount of CDS to an all-day bottle of water and dose from that bottle.

If you are planning on dosing hourly for 8 hours, then add eight doses of CDS to the bottle of water.

Mark the bottle into 8 equal parts so you can pour out one dose accurately every hour. If too strong, then add more water to your glass of CDS.

Since CDS is fully activated and only contains CLO2 in water, there is no need to further activate hourly as is recommended when using MMS1.

Michael Harrah came up with the idea of using a glass baby bottle for CDS dosing because the bottle is marked in fluid ounces up to 8 fl oz. This photo shows CDS in a glass baby bottle and you can see it is filled to the 8 fl oz line marked on the outside of the bottle. To dose hourly, just pour out 1 fl oz hourly and add to a glass of water.

A glass bottle is best, but some plastic bottles may be okay. No metal bottles, however.


That's great idea. And thank you for such a quick response. I really appreciate it.

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