I recently saw a video where Andreas stated that some doctors in South America were using a CDS Spray (throat, nose and eyes) to protect themselves when visting patients Is there any more information on this as it seems a great idea when out and about
Also I have made CDS using the double infusion method described by CL02 and would like to know how I should dilute this for the spray I assume that for the eyes it would need to be a lot weaker that the throat
Today I am nebulizing 50ppm CDS and it has almost stopped my runny nose which has been running for days.
I think I can up the CLO2 concentration; will try 100ppm next time.
The CDS spray mentioned in the videos of South American doctors is probably full-strength CDS. That is what I use on skin problems. When sprayed in the air and you inhale it, it will be diluted somewhat by air, but I think you will have to be careful how much you inhale. In that form, CDS is not encapsulated in tiny water droplets as it would be if it came out of a nebulizer.
I will ask how those doctors used their CDS spray.
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Congratulations on trying the nebulizer out CLO2 - I personally wouldn't go over 50 ppm though - higher than that shouldn't be needed due to chlorine dioxide being so effective at killing viruses even at low concentrations, and we don't want to take any chances at damaging our lungs unnecessarily.
Regarding the concentration of the facial spray they're using in Latin America, it's not full strength, it's 150 ppm. I'll attach my CDH4000 document where you can read about it on page 3 I believe. The information was taken from a Spanish to English translation of a video that Jose did in a Telegram group. In my opinion, since it's being sprayed onto the face and can get into the eyes, I feel 60 ppm is more reasonable, since 60 ppm should kill all viruses in under 10 seconds anyway, and it should at the same time be safe for the eyes. 100 ppm should be fine too though.
Hope that helps,
PS. CDH works well for all of this too,can also be nebulized and is much easier to make.
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- I did a CDH injection / Chlorine Dioxide (CLO2) injection / IV push of 10ml of dilute 50ppm CDH / CLO2 into my blood 3 times in 11 hours & did before & after blood tests that showed that it did NO HARM to my blood, liver or kidneys. This suggests the possibility that CDH / CLO2 is a potential LIFESAVING MRSA cure, VRE cure, CRE cure, AMR cure, Ebola cure, HIV cure, Cancer cure, etc., since it appears to be safe intravenously at 50ppm.
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- Every ml of CDH contains 1 drop of MMS, so 1 drop of MMS = 1ml of CDH
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I found and translated the following from Andreas's web site for your review
I found Protocol H interesting and could be useful for some
Protocol D = dermatological
This protocol is used to disinfect both the skin and objects with risk of contagion.
It consists of the use of a spray nozzle, which I fill with concentrated CDS, from 1000 to 2000 ppm (this means between 0.1 and 0.2% ClO2)
- Apply the spray directly on the desired area and rub gently, it is used as if it were a hydroalcoholic gel.
For sensitive places (such as eyes and mucous membranes) it is necessary to lower the concentration with water or physiological saline to a concentration of about 50ppm (it is more than enough to deactivate pathogens).
Protocol H = Room
10 ml of 0.3% concentrated CDS is placed in a dry glass beaker and placed between the patients in the beds. The gas evaporates due to the temperature of the room and disinfects the environment avoiding contagion between patients in the same room and healthcare personnel.
Saturated chlorine dioxide has a yellowish color that is lost as the gas evaporates and once the liquid in the glass has become transparent it is replaced with the same amount and concentration of chlorine dioxide.
According to the calculations, a room of about 12 square meters can be saturated with a maximum quantity of 1 ppm that is within the international safety and toxicology regulations and approved for use.
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