I'm new to the forum. I have chronic Epstein Barr virus and very recently started on MMS1 Protocol 1000. I live in the US and order from Australia so it takes a couple weeks to arrive and inadvertently I ordered a couple bottles of the CDS instead of MMS and am trying to come up to speed on using it, as my original bottle of MMS loses potency.
I read the unofficial protocol P115 but want to confirm the dosage because I've never used "ml" measuring dosages before. It seems like 48 drops of CDS for 1 dosage is very different when I thought I read in Jim Humble's book that it was a 1 to 1 ratio. Anyway, if someone can give me a shout out to confirm before I dive in, I would appreciate the help.
Thanks so much and God Bless!!
Karen, CDS does not need to be activated, it is 100% chlorine dioxide gas (CLO2) in a water solution. Be sure to keep the cap on unless taking out a dose, and then quickly put the cap back on, so CLO2 gas won't escape. Keep CDS in a fridge and do not let sunlight shine on the bottle.
What is the CLO2 concentration of your CDS? 3000 ppm or higher?
To use CDS or CDH with MMS1 protocols, you will need to reference the charts here.
Note that CDS dosing amounts are for use with 3000 ppm CDS.
CDS and CDH are dosed in milliliters and not drops. You will need a syringe with calibrations on the side or a pipette. No needle is needed. A one milliliter and 10 or 12 ml syringe would be good sizes to have. Find them at your local farm supply store or online.
I suggest you follow the Starting Procedure
before using any other protocols, if you have not taken CDS recently.
You mention that I should take the Starting Protocol before taking the product. I noticed that the Protocol 115 says that Scott McRae had no adverse reactions to taking large doses. So is it still necessary to take the Starting Protocol? I'm speaking about CDS.
It is highly recommended to begin taking any chlorine dioxide (CLO2) product, such as MMS1, CDS or CDH (and others) by following the Starting Procedure. You may not have a problem with 1 drop MMS1 doses, but some will. If they make themselves sicker because they detoxed too quickly, they might stop taking CLO2.
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