So I’m concerned that you’re saying that it can be irritating. Even separating it into four doses an hour. I thought the idea of using CDS instead of MMS was that it wouldn’t be irritating to my gut? When I take MMS three drops, I have to separate it into capsules. So I activate three drops, dilute it, and put it in capsules which I drink down with a lot of water. That helps me avoid the worst of the irritation. But I thought CDS was non-irritating. Or is it just that it’s much less irritating than MMS?
Also can I put the CDS in capsules the same way I do MMS?
I can’t seem to edit my last post, but I want to add that MMS is too irritating to my throat and esophagus, so that’s why I have to put it in capsules. I’m concerned that you’re saying it will be irritating to my mouth and throat with CDS, so I’m wondering if I can do the same thing with capsules.
The irritation that CDS can cause is due to its high amount of CLO2 which CDH and MMS1 won't have until their residual MMS is activated by stomach acid.
CDS does not have any residual MMS or acid activator which might bother you.
Start with 1 drop of your 24K ppm CDS and go up from there. Another way to reduce the amount of CLO2 from possibly bothering your throat is hold each dose of CDS (in water, of course) in your mouth for 10 or more seconds before swallowing. That way, some CLO2 will enter your bloodstream through mouth tissue.
With the higher doses, you may experience some throat irritation due to high levels of chlorine dioxide (CLO2). A way to reduce the irritation is to use the Mouth-Holding-Method (MHM). The MHM is simply holding CDS or CDH in your mouth for a period of time. The author of this method, MMSforum member 'gefeu2' (Gerhard) explains how it works: "CLO2 will be administered perlingually by absorption through the oral mucosa and tongue & cheek interior surfaces. Also, sublingually under the tongue and sublingual glands."
By following the MHM, there will be less CLO2 to bother your throat when you eventually swallow the dose of CDS or CDH.
I received my cds. I took 1 drop In 8-10 ounces in water. I’m finding it surprisingly harsh. Strong smell, irritating to my throat, and it made me feel queasy as well. I was really surprised. I expected it to be much easier to handle than the MMS. I even took the one drop, diluted it, and put it in a capsule like I do without mms and drank it with around 12 ounces of water. I still felt queasy.
There’s no way I’m going to be able to get to these larger doses. I wonder if you could explain to me why CDS was a better choice than mms with my digestive issues. I’m wondering if I should try to take small doses of MMS, or if I should just keep trying to plug away with the CDS.
If you can smell the CLO2, the taste will be worse. So, avoid smelling it.
Drink from a small mouth bottle so your nose is not inside the drink container!
Hold each sip in your mouth for about 15 seconds before swallowing.
Mix one drop with about 20 fluid ounces of water, pour half of that into a small mouth bottle and ingest. That will give you a 1/2 drop dose. You can store the other half in the fridge for the next hourly dose.
The reason to use CDS over CDH or MMS1 is to eliminate two ingredients; MMS and acid activator. With CDS you only have CLO2. Did you ask the seller if he has added any MMS to this CDS?
A 1 drop dose of MMS1 contains 6.7 mg of CLO2 and will be available if fully activated in stomach acid. Most of the CLO2 is released from MMS in stomach acid.
You are very sensitive to CLO2 and probably MMS, too. By comparison, once a day I take a 10 mg dose of CLO2 in the form of CDS in about 10 fl oz of water. I also add 5 drops of DMSO and 4 drops of SweetLeaf brand steviaclear, a liquid stevia for taste. While adding CDS from a stock bottle to the water, I can smell CLO2 very slightly, so I back away and don't inhale it. With the stevia, the drink is quite tasty.
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