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Chlorine Dioxide Tab 10 Sep 2020 09:47 #65862

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Sodium chlorite is prohibited in my country, that's why its not available anywhere locally and I can't seem to import it either.

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Sodium chlorite is used commercially in most countries. Have you tried to order some SC flakes from PforLife?

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I will place an order from that site as soon as I can. Locally it's not available, I have been able to get calcium Hypochlorite but sodium chlorite is nowhere to be found locally, then I realised most sites say it's prohibited in my country

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I highly doubt SC is prohibited in any country. It is a common chemical used by cities to purify drinking water.

Finding SC locally in any country? Probably not. There may be a chemical supplier that will sell a barrel to you, but I don't think you need that much.

If you buy from Amazon, PforLife sells there, too. And on eBay.

www.ebay.com/itm/Sodium-Chlorite-80-Salt-Based-Chlorinated-Chemical-Powder-Flakes-4-oz-113-g/154026410915?hash=item23dcb083a3:g:St0AAOSwQ1dfIlL1

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Chlorine Dioxide Tab 11 Sep 2020 02:04 #65879

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You're amazing, thank you. I actually did go all out to the folks selling those materials in bulk, closest I got was sodium Hypochlorite which isn't the same thing.

If I may ask, is it mandatory to add the MMS in distilled water? Why isn't water from the ground (borehole) water recommended? Are there minerals in it that might interfere with the effectiveness?

I really like that ebay link better. 🙏🏾

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Minerals and whatever else is in well water (our water supply is from a deep well) would probably not be good to use when making MMS. I am sure that type of water would degrade MMS. Always best to use distilled or RO water.

Yes, the price at eBay is lower than at Amazon for PforLife SC flakes. Hope you will be able to have them shipped to your country.
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As a side note, can one apply DMSO on the skin with calcium Hypochlorite (MMS2)? How can DMSO be used with calcium Hypochlorite?

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DMSO and MMS2 (calcium hypochlorite) can not be combined.

There are numerous warnings throughout Jim's latest book. On page 61 he says:

"Do not allow DMSO to come into contact with calcium hypochlorite (MMS2). This will cause immediate combustion with extreme heat and fire. In this case, it does not need a spark to start the fire instantly. Use water to put out such a fire but stand back as the water will spatter."
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