Davesmith wrote: 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
From Andreas Kalcker's book "Forbidden Health" - page 69
"if we combine [sodium] hypochlorite with acid, we create very strong and highly toxic gases. The reaction also creates effervescent bubbles, something that doesn't happen with sodium chlorite".
I'm the owner of a fizzling type of sodium chlorite, as reported earlier
.I have been using some of it and it appears to work as usual, but the fizzling may be an indicator of rather "unclean" stabilizing salts.
A minor portion, less than 2%, of these so called 20% of stabilizing salts consists of the following ingredients: Ag: ≤5 mg/kg, Al: ≤5 mg/kg, Ba: ≤5 mg/kg, Bi: ≤5 mg/kg, Ca: ≤50 mg/kg, Cd: ≤5 mg/kg,Co: ≤5 mg/kg, Cr: ≤5 mg/kg, Cu: ≤5 mg/kg, Fe: ≤5 mg/kg, K: ≤1000 mg/kg, Li: ≤5 mg/kg,Mg: ≤10 mg/kg, Mn: ≤5 mg/kg, Mo: ≤5 mg/kg, Ni: ≤5 mg/kg, Pb: ≤5 mg/kg, Sr: ≤5 mg/kg, Tl: ≤5 mg/kg, Zn: ≤5 mg/kg.
This sodium chlorite I have comes from
, but at the time I bought it was already taken over by Merck, big pharma vaccine cartel.
To this day I still don't know what kind of additives were included in my previous batches of sodium chlorite.
I will still be using the above mentioned product if I got nothing else. Because I believe some of the, obviously poisonous, ingredients are being neutralized by the generated chlorine dioxide.
But I doubt one should use such a product unactivated. Even less recommending Merck as a vendor.
Also, the bubbling sodium hypochlorite Andreas' mentions is likely not the only chemical that bubbles when acidified, or alkalized for that matter. And not everything that bubbles needs to be toxic.
Still I would like have a knowledgeable person look into this, and also have additives of different products compared so that we know where to get cleanest possible product.
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