Hello Mike this is from Jim Humbles 1st book, this is what he states;
After my discovery in the jungle that MMS(sodium chlorite, stabilized oxygen) sometimes cured malaria, and my later discovery that the addition of a food acid increased the rate of recovery from malaria to 100%, I began to see hundreds of people recover from diseases.
Humble, Jim. The Miracle Mineral Solution of the 21st Century PART 1 (Kindle Locations 1736-1737). Gamas. Kindle Edition.
The Importance of Vinegar, Lime, Lemon, or Citric Acid
This is where vinegar, lime, or lemon comes in. The part that is important is the 5% acetic acid in the vinegar or the citric acid in lime or lemon. (On June 1, 2007 it was discovered that pure citric acid works even better than vinegar, lime, or lemon.) When one of these items is added to sodium chlorite it causes the solution to begin to release chlorine dioxide. The addition of 6 drops of a solution that is 22.4% sodium chlorite (MMS) to 30 drops of vinegar, lime, or lemon will release approximately 2 mgs of chlorine dioxide in 3 minutes— that’s the reason for the 3-minute wait. However, when you add 4 ounces of water or apple juice to make about 1/ 2 glass of liquid, the process nearly stops, leaving the solution with 2 mgs chlorine dioxide for the body, which is quite a bit. Adding vinegar, lime, or lemon to the sodium chlorite does the trick. If you don’t add one of these items, all you have is the same old stabilized oxygen health drink, which is interesting, but it really doesn’t get the job done.
Humble, Jim. The Miracle Mineral Solution of the 21st Century PART 1 (Kindle Locations 1539-1541). Gamas. Kindle Edition.
For 80 years, hundreds of thousands of people put a few drops of MMS (stabilized oxygen) into their water or juice and drank it down thinking that it somehow furnished extra oxygen to their bodies. The few who realized that some form of chlorine was generated, mentioned it in passing, but still insisted that the chlorite furnished the body with oxygen. Somehow, during all those years, not one of the alternative medicine groups ever decided to have a good chemist look at the formula, at least they never wrote about doing so. The fact is that simple chemistry shows us that no oxygen that the body can use is generated.
Humble, Jim. The Miracle Mineral Solution of the 21st Century PART 1 (Kindle Locations 1486-1491). Gamas. Kindle Edition.
Mike you said, "That sounded like I apply something topical to the outbreak sores itself". That's exactly what I meant - you got it.
- I'm Scott McRae, the creator of CDH with the help of CLO2 (Charlotte Lackney)
- 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
Mike: there is plenty of instruction how to create CDS.
look on this site, very easy to do. in terms of how to check the strength, purchase CD test strips on amazon, but I would not worry to get exact 3000ppm, less will work, more will work too.
take a cotton swab, dip in DMSO, put on the sore, wait 30second, and drip some CDS onto the swab, repeat.
the reason I would use CDS instead of activated MMS is that MMS contains still some sodium chlorite, and it can irritate your skin due to alkalinity, but it would also work. I did that in the past.
Thanks, Truthquester. I was wondering if doing that would be a good idea. Like the herpes has left the place it hides, it congregrated as an spefic point(the outbreak sores) and we kill them while they're there perhaps with the topical application as well. Since this is a topical application, would we still need to add water to dilute it? Perhaps it is safe to simply put 5-10 drops of MMS and combine it with 5-10 drops of citric acid, and without adding water, dab a cotton ball in there an apply on area. Or would that be unsafe and too strong?
Mike, applying Chlorine Dioxide (CLO2) topically can work to kill pathogens. I got rid of a diagnosed pre-cancer on my forehead using undiluted CDS and DMSO. Applied both with separate Q-tips. Took about 2 weeks.
Apparently, CLO2 is the magic ingredient in "MMS" (MMS is a catch-all term for the three Sodium Chlorite Solutions (SCS) we use) and since CDS is 100% CLO2 in a water solution, it makes sense to use CDS instead of CDH or MMS1 topically, as those two SCS contain 50% and 10% CLO2 respectively, when used externally. Internally, CDH and MMS1 will increase their CLO2 content because stomach acid will further activate their residual MMS (unactivated MMS).
If you don't have CDS, the next best SCS to use topically would be CDH, which is very easy to make using the MMS and citric acid you have. Watch this short how-to video.
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"(On June 1, 2007 it was discovered that pure citric acid works even better than vinegar, lime, or lemon.) When one of these items is added to sodium chlorite it causes the solution to begin to release chlorine dioxide. The addition of 6 drops of a solution that is 22.4% sodium chlorite (MMS) to 30 drops of vinegar, lime, or lemon will release approximately 2 mg of chlorine dioxide in 3 minutes— that’s the reason for the 3-minute wait. However, when you add 4 ounces of water or apple juice to make about 1/2 glass of liquid, the process nearly stops, leaving the solution with 2 mg chlorine dioxide for the body, which is quite a bit. Adding vinegar, lime, or lemon to the sodium chlorite does the trick. If you don’t add one of these items, all you have is the same old stabilized oxygen health drink, which is interesting, but it really doesn’t get the job done."Jim did not mention that stomach acid should increase the amount of CLO2 in the MMS1 dose when ingested.
A few years ago I wanted to measure how much CLO2 a 3 drop dose of MMS1 contained as used in Protocol 1000, which used to be 20 seconds activation time (today it is 30 seconds) when a one-to-one mix of MMS and activator is used. Note that the measurements were taken at the end of the 20 second activation time period, immediately after being mixed into 120 ml (4 fl oz) of water. So, those measurements were for external activation of MMS, not including internal activation by stomach acid. Measurements were also taken at 40, 60, 90 and 120 seconds (one at 180 seconds). In all, 33 separate tests were run over a few days time.
When I say "how much CLO2" I mean the quantity of CLO2 which is measured by weight in milligrams of CLO2. Note that Jim also used the term milligrams of CLO2. In his next two books he does not use that term, instead he only talks about 'drops', a very inaccurate method of measuring quantities of chemicals! In my testing, I have found that the size of drops can vary by a factor of 2 to 1. That might mean your dropper could be producing drops one-half or twice the size of another dropper - one half or twice the dosage you think you are getting.
If we used milligrams of CLO2 to determine MMS dosages, it would be simple to dose with MMS1, CDS or CDH interchangeably. I made two charts to do just that, one for ingestion use and one chart for non-ingestion use. In fact, Jim included both charts in a pre-release version of his current book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook. However, they were not in the book's final release, for some reason. Without those charts, most people would not be able to use CDS or CDH with MMS1 protocols found in the book. The charts are in this PDF file.
More recently, since CDS came on the scene, it has been popular to measure the concentration of CLO2 in a water solution, measured in parts per million (ppm). That measurement does not tell you how much CLO2 you have in a given amount of water, only the concentration. A little bit of simple math will tell you how much CLO2 is in that SCS, but most people don't do the calculation. So they use ppm to indicate how much CLO2 is in their SCS, which is not correct.
Here is the chart with the results of my testing done a few years ago. You can also find my chart in Andreas Kalcker's first CDS book.
Note that lemon juice produced 0.5 mg CLO2 when 3 drops of MMS and 15 drops of lemon juice are combined for 3 minutes. If 6 drops MMS plus 30 drops lemon juice were used, then 1 mg CLO2 should result. Jim says there should be 2 mg, but that is not what I measured. Remember that these amounts of CLO2 are only what is released from MMS outside a stomach which contains acid that should release much more CLO2 from residual MMS when ingested.
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Thanks lamehack. I think I'll try that cottonswab thing. The only thing is I have always been hesitant to use DMSO, even though I have already purchased it. I ready that DMSO basically makes anything absorbed through the skin into the body. So I guess I need to be super careful not to contaminate DMSO with anything else. I've even heard some absurd things like the micro cotton fibres being absorbed as well. Is that really possible?
CLO2, thanks for the details analysis. It is great that you made that chart. Looking at it, I am a bit confused. When you say non-ingested, is that the amount produced whilst out of the body? And ingested means the amout created once inside? So do we get MORE milligrams when activated by stomach acid? Ergo the water bottle to work will still give me alot mg chlorine dioxide?
I'm in the same boat with the HSV, had this thing for 7 months now. Took CDS for a couple months but had to stop due to travels. Now I'm back into routine and taking it again internally, along with several herbal supplements. At the beginning, my outbreaks were monthly and consisted of several flare-ups of blisters. Now I'm having weekly outbreaks that are very mild, like bumps or rash, and they rarely reach the blister stage anymore. But the frequency of these bumps appearing is just really tiresome.
I am thinking, with the constant activity of the virus it could be an opportunity to weaken it by going hard with the MMS. The question is how to make it reach all the way to where the virus lies, especially since it's not in the bloodstream. Haven't been applying anything topically for a long time, but I'll see what happens.
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