I had recently purchased an mms kit from a trusted source. However when I combine the HCL with the sodium chlorite solution, the reaction is instant fizzling and bubbling, loud, like Coca Cola added to ice. I’ve never had this happen to me and am quite wary to ingest it until knowing exactly why this may be happening. I was wondering if anyone here has had this experience , or if you know why it may be happening. Thanks
well i have just opened my mms kit purchased from G2 and when adding hcl it fizzes for second or two, if i hadnt seen this post i probably would have thought it was iether because previous kits i bought were defective or that i had always used citric acid before.. hmmmm puzzled now. surprised no one has commented on the fizzing
I did and got a quick response. They said it’s because they used powdered sodium chlorite for this batch, and that powder form is more pure/stronger than the flakes, which is why this reaction is happening. Also said they acquired it from the US, and assured me it’s safe to ingest. It smells like good ol chlorine dioxide but I still haven’t drank it yet to test it out. until I know whether anyone else has had this happen, im Apprehensive
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i am waiting for reply from my email to them, but the explanation from your post seems to be ok , but will wait to hear from them before using it. if you hear anything please let me know and i will do the same. there must be others that have bought from this source that havnt commentated, so are they getting the same. thanks editing as had reply to email, and as you said it depends on powder or flakes used, so i am happy with that and going to mix first dose now. and this edit is an hour later after first dose and couldnt believe how easy to take, no nausea and bad taste like with citric, wishing i discovered hcl before
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