The way I have used CDH for warts, skin cancers and moles is to use it full strength by rolling up some tissue paper into a ball big enough to cover the wart, skin cancer or mole, then saturate it with full strength CDH and then tape it down over the spot using something like plastic packaging tape and try to make a good seal so that nothing can leak out. I leave it taped and sealed like that for about 10 to 15 minutes. This keeps the CLO2 gas from escaping and concentrates it right on the spot to basically do a kind of chemical burn on the bump which will probably get red, crack and peel over the next couple of days and hopefully finally fall off. If it doesn't though, I'd just do it again, over and over (which especially might be needed for the tougher skin of a foot), until it does fall off, eventually it always does. Note: for facial moles be sure to be very careful to NOT get any of the liquid into the eyes.
Hope that helps. By the way, did you keep your CDH in the fridge? If not, it will have lost some ppm, but hopefully not too much. If kept in the fridge, it should keep pretty well for about at least 6 months.
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- 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
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