Nola, here are some instructions on how to make CDS. I suspect the shot glass won't be tall enough to keep its head above the 240 ml of water in the 500 ml jar. If you can find a votive candle holder, they are tall enough. You don't want any of the contents of the small container spilling into the 240 ml of water, soon to be CDS. You can make a trial run by using 24 ml of water in the reactor container to be sure none will spill out.
is a PDF file for you to look at that shows the equipment needed (on page 2).
Watch Andreas' video again and note that he used 5 ML of MMS and 4% HCL, not drops. You will using 12 ML of MMS and 12 ML of 50% citric acid and only one infusion, not two as Andreas shows. You can make CDS at your room temperature. I have even made it inside a fridge and it worked. Avoid inhaling CLO2 gas that will escape when the container is not closed with a lid.
Procedure to make 3000 ppm CDS:
A. Fill the receiver with 240 ml (8 fl oz US) of distilled water. (or the cleanest water you can get)
B. Put 12 ml of MMS followed by 12 ml of 10% HCL (preferred) or 50% citric acid in the reactor container. Swirl and quickly put inside the receiver.Tighten lid & keep in a dark place. Be sure no solution from the reactor spills out into the 240 ml of distilled water. Move the jar slowly and carefully!
C. After 12+ hours, carefully put in fridge 2 hours to cool down to below 50°F (10°C). Take out of fridge and remove the reactor and safely discard the solution. Only keep the lid off long enough to take out the reactor. Refrigerate the CDS in small mouth bottles to help keep the CLO2 gas in solution when the bottles are opened. Keep in a fridge and out of sunlight."
You may want to ventilate the space while working with the open container to reduce inhalation of CLO2 gas. Or, work outside but away from direct sunlight.
Thank you very much for all the specifics!
I have been considering the storage aspect.
I will start on the making it this morning.
The glass I have for inside of the jar should work, it is the exact dimensions you have on the PDF file.
I have essential oil amber bottles - both 30 ml sizes and 50 ml sizes. Would it be better to store in in the 30 ml size or is the 50 ml size small enough?
I can also leave the plastic dripulator inserts in, which would reduce gas loss when opening the bottle - is this a good idea? Or would the plastic be reactive
with the gas? They are designed for essential oils so should be a strong kind of plastic.
So I am thinking that the process of bottling the CDS needs to be as fast and efficient as possible so as to minimize the loss of gas as much as possible?
Nola, you may find this method
of making and storing CDS a better solution. I have used the all glass clamp-lid 500 ml containers by drilling a small hole through the glass lid. Using this method I don't smell any CLO2 gas.
Using the CDS making method I described in my previous post, yes, you could leave the plastic dropper inserts in the essential oil bottles used to store CDS. But, getting milliliters of CDS out could be a problem unless you like to count drops! Twenty four drops to each milliliter. You could enlarge the tiny hole in the center of the plastic drop insert so a needle attached to a syringe could be used to pull out CDS for dosing. That would work well.
Another question too,
is the reactor solution inside the jar best left for the 12 hrs , or 24 hrs, or somewhere in between, or does it not matter?
I have made it with 50% citric acid and MMS.
Also, I am unsure as to shelf life, I think I have seen that you have said on the forum that if the CDS bottles are unopened it can have a long
shelf life, vs some comments that are talking about 2 weeks shelf life?
The 2 weeks shelf life is for CDH when not stored in a fridge. I have measured some bottles of CDS I had for a year and the CLO2 content was still useful. Since it is so easy to make CDS overnight, there may not be a need for long-term storage.
Twelve hours activation time for overnight-made CDS should be adequate. Usually the yellow color of the reactor solution and CDS will be about the same.
This PDF file
might be of interest to you regarding making CDS in cold ambient temperatures.
A 2 mm diameter diamond tipped drill bit kept cool with water while slowly drilling through glass works well.
Ok, sorry to ask all these questions -
so far, my mixture has been going 12 hrs , and the reactor solution is still darker than the surrounding water.
So I will leave it longer.
The surrounding water is a yellow colour, similar to what I saw in Andreas video -
however what is really bothering me is that the gas seems to be leaking out of the clip jar ?
Because when I open the cupboard to check it the gas smell is strong.
I have put it outside in a covered box now.
Should you smell gas in the cupboard? Without opening the jar at all...
Its a new clip jar, was a quality one with a silicone seal - seemed like it was secure -
but I am kind of assuming it must not be airtight because of the gas smell?
Thanks for the PDF on making CDS in fridge and shelf life info - its good to know..
There is pressure inside the receiver container as CLO2 gas is released from MMS. I have found most containers I have used to make CDS will leak, some more than others.
Those clamp-ring all glass containers often times need to have their metal "hinges" tweaked so the top and bottom line up properly. And tweaking can also increase downward pressure on the glass top. Even the glass canning jars with plastic lids + silicone seals will often leak CLO2 gas out when making CDS.
Depending on the amount of reactor ingredients, at 12+ hours the solution color may be darker than the CDS. I think if you measured the CLO2 content of the CDS, you will find it to be close to 3000 ppm.
Be careful! Chlorine Dioxide can definitely eat away your enamel and dmso would obviously help that process. Also the higher the ppm and the longer you leave it in your mouth will make it worse. I damaged my teeth putting 3500 ppm CDH on my teeth trying to stop an infection. However I have brushed my teeth with 75 ppm twice a day for years and I believe that's fine. Its all about the ppm and contact time. Again please be careful.
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- I did a CDH injection / Chlorine Dioxide (CLO2) injection / IV push of 10ml of dilute 50ppm CDH / CLO2 into my blood 3 times in 11 hours & did before & after blood tests that showed that it did NO HARM to my blood, liver or kidneys. This suggests the possibility that CDH / CLO2 is a potential LIFESAVING MRSA cure, VRE cure, CRE cure, AMR cure, Ebola cure, HIV cure, Cancer cure, etc., since it appears to be safe intravenously at 50ppm.
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- Every ml of CDH contains 1 drop of MMS, so 1 drop of MMS = 1ml of CDH
- MMS is 7 to 10% activated in 30 seconds while CDH made with 4% HCl is about 50% activated in the bottle. This is why CDH is far less nauseating than MMS drops
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