Andreas Kalcker is the one who first suggested 4% HCL.
The CDH recipe is based on 4% HCL, not 5% HCL.
It seems Mark Grenon is the one who came up with 5% HCL with no testing to show why he did that. At the time it was said that 5% HCL was only 1% higher concentration than 4% HCL. That is not true. Increasing from 4% to 5% is a 25% increase. You can prove that using any calculator.
The color you are seeing must indicate an adequate reaction because I think you said when added to 120 ml of water, you measured 100 ppm CLO2 concentration. That reading is higher than I have ever measured. Buy from another seller and compare and tell us what difference you see.
Ryzlot ! ... I am having the SAME issue... I wonder if we don't have the same provider (DiscoverMMS, how but you?!).... Check out my pictures... Also I was very surprised because it is a bright yellow! ... I don't want to ingest something if it is not the right stuff... I know there is probably no harm but if the activated MMS is supposed to be amber (brown) and Jim.H clearly wrote... if Yellow don't drink it
From Jim's book => Amber Color: When citric or hydrochloric acid is added to sodium chlorite (in the percentages mentioned in this book), after 30 seconds the drops should turn amber in color. In this book when we say amber, we are referring to a brown color. This can be anywhere from light to dark brown, but not yellow. The amber color of MMS activated drops before adding water, is much like the color of a glass amber bottle (such as is used for essential oils, various medicinal potions, or for beer bottles), when held up to the light.
That was a 5drops dose (5drops of MMS and 5 drops of Hydrochlororic Acid) ... I poured 5 drops of each for brushing teeth... Everytime I pour it is the same.... The best I can get is the same as Ryzlot ... a slight orangish yellow... not amber and very far from the amber, of a beer bottle that I am suppose to have. How about you CLO2, have you ever get that... or is it always amber with you? Should I start the "Starting procedure" with that MMS1?
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