Truthquester wrote: Hi Jazz1. To your first question, I have used MMS daily for 3 years by putting 5 drops per liter in all the water I drink every day all day long. In the 3 years I consumed about 13,000 drops. Mind you these are then activated inside my stomach by my own HCl there, not activated outside and then consumed. I think I averaged about 12 drops a day this way. You can read all about it here:
To your second question, any concentration in the bottle is fine (unless it's melting your bottle, or cap or the seal or something and then contaminating the CDS). The question is what do you then dilute it down to before using it. As I mentioned in my previous post, concentration is basically everything - too hot and it can hurt you, not hot enough and it won't do much good. So just be sure to dilute it down to a reasonable number, again I believe I wrote about that previously too - so I believe it's fairly well spelled out there - that was largely based on one of the premiere doctor's protocol down in Bolivia, in coordination with Andreas Kalcker I believe - however I was recently reminded that the protocol to take it every 15 minutes was actually my idea - I had forgotten it was mine until I saw a document CLO2 made and put onto his website, mmsinfo.org.
Hope that all helps - may you be well,
Hey Scott Awesome every 15 minute protocol is extremely effective thank you for the reply.
One last question, I had been taking CDS 24,000 PPM 8 drops in a glass of water every 15 minutes around 250/300ML. So would you suggest putting this into 1 litre bottle instead and how many drops of the 24,000 PPM CDS should I add if yes to 1 litre bottle?or again I need to find the right balance in the middle not too hot or cold?
Or how many drops per 1 litre should be added and taken for every 15 minutes for 2 hours, should I purchase MMS + Citric Activator. As you mentioned you used 5 drops in 1 litre so I would assume this was for the hourly dosage. In regards to 5 drops of MMS, how would the mixture ratio go? When mixing MMS and Citric Activator to activate and make up the 5 drops please?
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