I did dilute the solution as suggested and it seemed to be almost water and not that similar to the MMS that I ordered in the mail (not as yellow or as strong smelling).
I trust the water store is selling 12.5% a lot more than I trust the mail order product I received though so I have limited evidence to go on.
Time to get prepped I guess. I wanted to follow up on this. I was looking to find an easy way to use the 12.5% solution to use directly without diluting it with in intermediate stage. For example, let's say I have 32oz of water,
how many drops of 12.5% would need to be added to the water to achieve the desired PPM that is drinkable hourly? (not drinking 32oz an hour, just making 32oz for regular consumption.
i.e. 4-5oz an hour
I'm unsure how to verify the math with this so I would appreciate your input.
What you have is a strong version of household Clorox bleach, sodium hypochlorite. MMS is sodium chlorite. MMS will release CLO2 when activated with an acid, but Clorox will not. It will release chlorine gas! You don't want that! Sodium chlorite is normally purchased in flake or powder form, but you can buy 25% sodium chlorite liquid solution, which is close to the 22.4% MMS we use in MMS1 protocols.
Calcium Hypochlorite is MMS2, a powder or granules.
You could buy calcium hypochlorite for use as MMS2. Get the highest percentage of calcium hypochlorite they have. MMS2 is taken by placing it in empty capsules and then ingested with a lot of water. Start with low doses and slowly increase the dosage. See Jim Humble's latest book,MMS Health Recovery Guidebook for details.
To make CDH
you will need MMS (22.4% sodium chlorite solution) and 4% HCL. You can make MMS
by purchasing 80% sodium chlorite powder/flakes. To find online sellers of MMS products, they are listed in post number 3 here.
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