In one of the Kalcker's video, he's talking about about 50 mg. of CDS aqueous solution for daily usage.
Can please someone tell if 50mg. CDS solution is equal to 50 ppm.. ? And if yes, how many doses and ml.?
I really need to know this because treating it is so problematic with MMS or CDH form. Because it gives an incredible herx reaction if you want to finish virus protocol within two hours.
Patients who are not familiar with MMS or CDH, easily get nausea and diarrhea so terribly that they refuse to use it..
It looks like CDS is a better solution on the go for people fighting this.
Yes, you can put 17ml of 3000ppm CDS into 1 liter of water and take out hourly doses from that diluted solution. If following Protocol 115, you may have to adjust the amount of CDS added to the 1 liter of water.
You will probably need to add additional water to each dose as it may be too strong and may cause irritation to your mouth and throat.
I use a photometer to measure CLO2 concentration of CDS. You can estimate the ppm by using CLO2 test strips.
The key number to know is how much CLO2 is contained in 1 drop of MMS. And, that depends on drop size. For years Jim used his standard of 24 drops to each milliliter of solution. Now, he uses the more common standard of 20 drops in 1ml of solution. You can calibrate your dropper by counting how many drops will equal 1ml of solution.
A chemist told us years ago that 1 drop of MMS contains 6.7mg of CLO2 when measuring with 24 drops = 1 ml. For 20 drops/ml, there are 8mg of CLO2 per drop of MMS. So, that is 160mg/ml of 22.4% MMS.
How much CLO2 does CDS contain per ml of MMS used? That depends on the method used to make CDS. A recent Andreas Kalcker video shows my method of making CDS using the shot-glass overnight method and my method of double infusion of reactor ingredients. That method yields about 45% efficiency. A newer method of making CDS I and another person are working on, has so far yielded up to 68% efficiency. When testing is done, a paper will be published with details on how to make it.
Yes.. I agree.. MY CDS double infusions never reach up to 3000 ppm. No matter what I tried I couldn't go more than 2500 ppm.
Sodium chlorite 22,4 and HCl %4..
So these were my concentrations. Do you think making the sodium chlorite 25% will work ? Or any other combinations?
And by the way, I'm looking forward for the new paper
Thanks for great info... I appreciate it..
Using single infusion you should get about 2500ppm CDS. Double infusion would result in 3000ppm. This is assuming your MMS is 22.4% and HCL is 4%. I have found that MMS I had made 18 months earlier had lost some of its potency and some older 4% HCL had the same problem. Here is my 2015 paper on making 3000ppm CDS using the double infusion, shot-glass method.
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