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Storing and preparing CDS in PET plastic bottles. 17 May 2020 17:07 #64282

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I thinkl I remember reading in Andreas books that it's ok to store 3000 ppm CDS in a PET bottle, and to dilute it in a PET bottle. But I can't remember very well and I cna't find that part in the book now. So, can you do it? Is it a good idea? My CDS was sold to me in PET bottles and I use a PET bottle to take my doses during the day.

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Storing and preparing CDS in PET plastic bottles. 18 May 2020 01:33 #64291

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On page 393 in AK's latest book,

"CDS is best kept in glass bottles and at temperatures below 11°C (52°F). While you can easily transport it at room temperature in glass bottles, remember that it is a gas and will evaporate above 11°C. Amber colored pharmacy PET bottles have also produced acceptable results and are recommended for transport. Although PET is not suitable for
long-term storage of chlorine dioxide, it is relatively stable with CDS, thanks to its neutral pH."


I have measured the pH of CDS (undiluted with water) many times and it is acidic at about 4 pH, not neutral as AK says. I used a pH meter and two different paper pH test strips.

I always use glass to store MMS, CDS, CDH and DMSO.
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Storing and preparing CDS in PET plastic bottles. 19 May 2020 16:28 #64321

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so i just took its ph too... wth indeed. it's about 4.

Why? How could he make such a mistake?!!? I'm going to buy some amber bottles today.
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Storing and preparing CDS in PET plastic bottles. 20 May 2020 10:07 #64344

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I have found many typos and mistakes in AK's latest book. It can't have been proof-read.
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Storing and preparing CDS in PET plastic bottles. 20 May 2020 17:56 #64349

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i took the ph of the solution and it was about 6... so that's more aceptable i suppose to be kept in pet bottles. but I'm going to order bottles today. I went to the drugstore but they didn't have stock.
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Storing and preparing CDS in PET plastic bottles. 20 May 2020 23:27 #64366

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The pH of CDS without any added water was 6? Or, with added water the pH was 6? If the latter, then the pH of the water raised the pH of CDS.

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