What are the detoxification affects of CDS? I have been taking MMS since April, 2020. I started out with one drop per week, since it was very new to me. In the past month, I have started taking CDS everyday. I take it at least an hour after a meal. I take 10 to 15 drops of 2000 ppm between meals. I am hoping it will help me lose weight.
Today I am considering going to a conventional medical clinic, because I suspect that I have a urinary tract infection. I thought I would be avoiding such a thing with my regimen?
Since CDS neutralizes acids, what if it is neutralizing things like amino acids, which are critical for your body to make hormones. Maybe that is why I am not right in that region of my body? Maybe I am getting too much of a good thing? I believe, I will go back to just taking some before I go to bed at night. I will see if that helps. I remember Andreas Kalcker saying that he does not take it everyday, in a January interview with Mike Adams.
Let us know if taking one daily dose solves your problem. You would think after 25 years of people taking MMS, we would have heard of such a problem. Jim recommends 6 drop MMS1 doses daily as maintenance, and many people do that.
CLO2 is an oxidizer and kills pathogens. Some say it can remove or reduce heavy metals. That's all it does.
I should know in a few days whether taking some before I go to bed vs. taking some throughout the day, makes a difference. Maybe since MMS is a little acidic, and CDS is not, makes a difference? I am not 20 years old anymore, I am 53. My hormone levels aren't what they used to be either.
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