Now I am convinced... I have always got the middle of the three... I have never had something slightly brownish like the one of the far right.
I can not believe the company "DISCOVERMMS" can sell such poor quality MMS (they are referenced by Jim.H I think)... It is almost a crime to sell poor quality products knowing some people might need them to restore their critical health. I have got to make my own MMS I suppose now!
Here are my photos (I had actually posted these already on another thread) I also purchased from a listed supplier in Spain, Also the DMSO he sent me was nowhere near the strength of my own 70% solution that I made myself so my advice is always make your own where possible
The following user(s) said Thank You: CLO2, abusamra, Jeronimo
I wrote to the supplier "DiscoverMMS", this is their reply. Tell me what you think, CLO2 and others if you have an opinion...
We are aware what the book reads and it is a source of this kind of question. If using citric acid as the activator, it does turn amber after 30 seconds. If using hydrochloric acid as the activator, it does remain yellow. To make sure that it is good, it must be tested with chlorine dioxide test strips. 3 activated drops in 4 oz of water should read at least 25 ppm. If you don't have test strips, we can test for you and send you a photo of the result, just let us know the numbers on the little white stickers in the back of the bottles that you are using.
A 3 drop dose of MMS1 activated with 4% HCL will show a yellow color almost immediately, and at 30 seconds it should change to amber color. The CLO2 concentration of a 3 drop MMS1 dose in 4 fl oz of water will measure about 18 ppm at 30 seconds when 4% HCL activator is used. If using 50% citric acid, the CLO2 ppm will be about 12 at 30 seconds. A photometer was used to measure CLO2 ppm. CLO2 test strips will only show a rough idea of ppm.
This is the result from the test strip that they sent me today, ... if my MMS is the same as the one they tested (according to them it is the case)... then it would be 50ppm... Would it be the reason of the yellow color? Is 50ppm too much for MMS1? Could it be possible that they tested the MMS not the activated MMS (MMS1) ?
If you tested your MMS1 3 drop dose made with MMS and 4% HCL, activated for 30 seconds and added to 4 fl oz of water, the reading should be about 18 ppm according to my testing. I used a photometer and not CLO2 test strips.
During those 30 seconds of MMS activation, other chemicals, which are short-lived, are formed besides CLO2. Those other chemicals may be causing CLO2 test strips to read too high.
If you can smell CLO2 gas during the activation period, then CLO2 is being released from MMS. You could compare the amount of CLO2 gas you smell by making MMS1 from purchased MMS and your home-made MMS. You can activate both at the same time and compare.
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