I’m new here and having problems converting the quantity of CDS (purchased as CDS, not made myself) for my dog. She is 4.7kg and I’m supposed to convert 4.5 drops as her starter amount, however it seems I need a degree to work this out!
Any reference for future calculations helpful too, as I really don’t understand any of it when I read it through. Maths is not my strong suit, pretend I’m 5 yrs old!
Luminaire, I don't think you will be able to convert MMS1 dosing to CDS dosing for animal use when following Jim Humble's animal protocols.
When using CDS for human use it is usually best to use CDS protocols and not try to use MMS1 protocols.
Andreas Kalcker talks about injecting CDS and adding CDS to animal drinking water, but does not give specific protocols. He does say that CDS is better tolerated than MMS1 when used orally with animals.
You could add some CDS to your dog's drinking, but the CLO2 in CDS will evaporate out rather quickly. You could use a syringe with diluted CDS and squirt it down your dog's throat. A comparable oral CDS starting dose for an animal would be 0.10 ml of 3000 ppm CDS mixed with 10 ml of water in a syringe. That would be 30 ppm CLO2 concentration in 10 ml of water.
If you have MMS, just add a few drops to your dog's drinking water and stomach acid will activate it. Water dish must not be metal.
I have a 1ml dropper but it only has the two measurements of .5ml and 1ml. I gave her 4 drops which looked approximately like it was about .10ml. She seemed fine with that so will increase. Thanks for your help. Also, do you know anywhere in the UK that sells MMS? It’s easy for me to get CDS but MMS is more difficult. Shipping isn’t an option at the moment as it took 8 weeks for another product to come from the US recently!
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