I have CDS for example at roughly 3,000 ppm. I dip the cotton ball in and I dab repeatably over the area. But how often should I do this? What would be a sensible frequency for this kind of application?
For skin cancer (or what looks like it might be skin cancer), moles, warts, etc., I saturate a small piece of folded up tissue paper that barely covers the spot of concern with full strength CDH4000 (so 4000 ppm), but CDS at 3000 ppm should work fine too. Then I tape that saturated tissue paper over the spot with wide plastic packaging tape and try to make a good seal so the CLO2 cannot escape. I then leave that on for about 10 minutes and then take it off. Over the next few days it will scab up and usually whatever was there will fall off. The skin heals and you should be done. If not, I'd repeat the process.
May you be well,
I'm Scott McRae, creator of "The Antidote" & CDH with CLO2's help (Charlotte Lackney)
- 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
- MMS is 7 to 10% activated in 30 seconds while CDH made with 4% HCl is about 50% activated in the bottle. This is why CDH is far less nauseating than MMS drops
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