"Protocol K is the former “MMS 3000” protocol (CD+DMSO external application).
Preparation for topical application
Before starting any protocol, always check first for compatibility to avoid any adverse effects. Test for any allergic reaction to DMSO (which rarely occurs). Apply and wait one hour for a reaction.
1. Mix 20 drops of activated CD with about 50 ml of water in a spray bottle. If stored in a cool place away from the light, the solution can last for several days, and in glass containers, up to months.
2. If using CDS at 3000 ppm, apply it directly with the DMSO. (If using CDS, apply undiluted, then DMSO on top)
3. Add 3 teaspoons of DMSO 70% (if it is at 99.98% add 30% water) in a small glass. Never use plastic bottles (ABS and PET) or rubber gloves since they could dissolve from contact with DMSO and pass through the skin. PE and HDPE bottles are appropriate."
Yes, that is right. BUT, if you are going to use CDS instead of MMS1 topically, there won't be any mixing or diluting. Just apply undiluted CDS topically in any amount. Usually the maximum amount will be just before CDS flows off whatever part of your body you sprayed it onto. After spraying on CDS, spray a little bit of DMSO to drive CDS farther into skin.
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