I am switching to CDH soon so that I can check how it reacts with my sensitive stomach.
on mmsinfo and suggests that 1 MMS drop equals to 1 ml of CDH. However from where I
bought the CDH (here)
it states that 1 ml of CDH is 3 drops of WPS (which from what I understand is MMS). Their CDH is at 3000ppm. The difference is huge and I was wondering if can someone can guide me on how much I should take and which information is accurate. I have test strips and I can anyway check if its ppm is indeed at 3000.
Ahh, yes, the 1=3 mistake continues to be believed.
If you look through some of the PDF files on my website,
you will find proof both mathematically and visually, why that is not true. The original error goes back to when CDS (invented by Andreas Kalcker) first came out. Basically, they forgot that MMS1 is only about 10% activated externally and the other 90% MMS activation should happen in a stomach with normal amounts of gastric acid. They only measured CLO2 ppm externally and not in simulated stomach acid. And it takes special equipment to measure CLO2 in highly acidic simulated stomach acid. Test strips are not accurate in simulated stomach acid because the pH is too low. Jim found that out later.
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