Jim's Bath Protocol (page 143) calls for 20 "activated" MMS drops to be added to a bathtub filled with 6" to 12" of hot water.
If you know how much CLO2 gas is in 20 drops of MMS, you can calculate how much 3000ppm CDS to use for the Bath Protocol.
From my previous testing
we know that MMS activated for 30 seconds releases about 10% of available CLO2 in MMS. Using Jim's new drop size standard, each MMS drop (0.05 ml) contains 8mg of CLO2. So, 20 drops equals 160mg CLO2 x 10% = 16mg of CLO2 for use with the Bath Protocol.
We know that 1ml of 3000ppm CDS contains 3mg of CLO2. So, 16mg CLO2 divided by 3mg = 5.3ml of CDS. I would round that up to 6ml of CDS.
Thoroughly mix CDS into the water and be sure to ventilate the bathroom so you don't inhale too much CLO2 gas.
Don't forget that when MMS1 is used outside the stomach (acid), it is only 10% activated. CDS is 100% fully activated. So, more MMS1 is needed to generate enough CLO2 gas in bath water. And, hot bath water is going to cause CLO2 to quickly evaporate. Be sure to ventilate the bathroom when taking a CLO2 bath.
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