Distilled water is not sold here and is too pricey online, so I just use my RO water. This is probably much of the reason for my CDS coming out at 1,500. I know how to make CDS using your shot glass 2-stage method. I'm sure I'm doing it right and am blaming the RO water for the outcome of 1,500 ppm.
Ok, then... now to my point.
I read a while back to use 2 drops of mms (2+2) to 60 ml of water for ear treatment? I actually have swollen left cervical lymph node below my left ear (which I believe may be being caused my a cavitation, which I'm awaiting a Cavitat scan to investigate). In the meantime I'm treating into my ear canal to try as best as I can to get close to/near/at the area.
Should I in this case use 2 ml of 3,000 ppm CDS in 60 ml of water (which equates to 4 ml of 1,500 CDS) every 15 minutes? Or what would you guys recommend? Thanks.
I doubt your RO water would cause any reduction in CLO2 concentration. I use Berkey plus ZERO filtered water and get 3000ppm as measured with a photometer. You may want to check your test strip measurement method.
They will only give a rough idea of ppm.
A 2 drop dose of MMS1 used topically should provide about 2mg of CLO2. (2 drops MMS @8mg/drop x 2 = 16mg x 10% activation = 1.6mg CLO2.) That is when added to 120ml of water.
2ml of 3000ppm CDS (3mg/ml x 2 = 6mg CLO2) diluted in 60ml of water = 0.1mg CLO2
When applying CDS to my skin problems, I always apply it undiluted. If I make 10,000ppm CDS I still apply it undiluted. And add DMSO on top of CDS.
Ear tissue may be more sensitive, so you could dilute CDS, but 1:30 seems too much.
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