I understand the average person's stomach has 60 ml of 1/2% HCL. When I make 60 ml of 1/2% HCL and add 3 drops of MMS to it, it instantly changes color from clear to bright yellow-green. It is difficult to photograph the color changes.
Because of the very low pH, the CLO2 ppm can't be measured, at least not with CLO2 test strips nor with my photometer. I think there are other types of photometers that can measure it, but they are lab grade meaning expensive.
I will try to shoot a video of the color changes as I add more and more MMS drops to 60 ml of 1/2% HCL, simulated stomach acid.
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