Thanks to Andreas Kalcker for making this video showing my "24 hour double infusion method" of making 3000 ppm CDS using 4% HCL that I developed in 2015. I have been too busy to make a video of my method, so I'm glad he did it for me!
I was not able to make 3000 ppm CDS using 4% HCL no matter how much I used, while always keeping to a one-to-one mix ratio with MMS. When I changed that ratio to using more 4% HCL than MMS, I found the ppm went down!
Yes, I remember Kerri making CDS in that manner. Note the CLO2 gassing due to indirect sunlight hitting the CDS! It's amazing how fast that happens when sunlight hits any sodium chlorite solution. I have always wanted to bring a flame near the gas to see what would happen, but I never did!
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MMS_UK : For safety's sake - please get your facts straight before making a bold statement like that. Chlorine dioxide in concentrations > 10% is flammable! Also Google search engine is censored - when you use it - you never know if you've got the truth. In this case although I never use Google - I did - Google does inform you that Chlorine dioxide is flammable!
Hi my name is Miguel from Guatemala I have more than 10 years using MMS and CDS since 8 years ago, I have some doubts about adding MMS (10ml) to the CDS solution to stabilized because it is not only stabilized the solution but add more sodium chlorite to the solution what happens if it is too strong or adding sodium chlorite solution without the reaction with the acid? Can you help me with that, please?
Hi Miguel. I very much agree with your concern about adding unactivated MMS to CDS. The claim for doing that is to "stabilize" CDS, whatever that means. CDS is very stable when keep below 10C and out of strong light, especially sunlight. CDS can last for many months or even a year without too much loss of CLO2. CDS after long-term storage is still useful. CDS must be stored in a fridge.
Adding unactivated MMS to CDS can raise the pH, which in some applications may be a good idea.
Added unactivated MMS to CDS will activate in stomach acid and may make CDS doses much too strong.
I have been thinking about using CDS and adding some unactivated MMS to it for some purposes. It may be possible to simulate MMS1 by adding small amounts of unactivated, diluted MMS to CDS which would provide the MMS Jim thinks can activate elsewhere in the body. Doing that would eliminate any acid from the mix and other MMS activation by-products.
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