i have just got a new kit from G2 as i have had bad stuff from other places, (i was over the moon at how quick it was delivered to the uk) and have always had citric acid activator before, but i now have hcl 4%. when i mix the hcl drops with the mms it fizzes, is this normal
I have used both and found that the HCl is much is much less likely to unset the stomach. The taste is also cleaner than lemon juice.
I have 45% HCl and diluted it by taking 9 1/2 parts of SWI (Sterile Water for Injection) to 1 part 45% HCl.
It also seems to be more consistent than using the lemons for citric acid. I am told it's easier on the stomach too.
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CLO2 wrote: The G2C recommends 4% HCL. If you make CDH you must use 4% HCL or CDH won't last very long.
The 4% HCL will react with MMS1 slowly. After the external activation of about 6 hours for Slow CDH, the HCL will continue to react with MMS1 slowly to release the remaining 50% ClO2 in CDH. Am I right?
Having spent many years using both, I much prefer 50:50 citric activator. it seems to make a much stronger MMS solution, quicker.
Having said that, I have never had a different physical bodily reaction with either.
I make both solutions in bulk, so would obviously be handling citric than hydrochloric.
Thanks for this, fully understood.
As a maker of MMS who has taken it to many countries, rural areas especially, I would add the following:
A big issue when travelling, you don't want to be moving around with HCl at any concentration and HCl only occurs in liquid form. Imagine carrying concentrate HCl! It's illegal on an aeroplane for a start.
Citric acid meanwhile is perfectly OK to transport.
Another issue is purity. Yes you can get battery acid, but what is the purity?
Citric acid, food grade has to be a reliable and tested purity.
So for me, CITRIC, every time.
Are there any uses when HCl would be more beneficial?
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