Samer, 1 drop of MMS contains 8mg of CLO2 if fully activated. That is when using the standard of 20 drops to 1 milliliter. Who knows what is the size of a drop dispensed by your dropper. You can test it and find out how many drops will fill a 1ml syringe, for instance.
MMS1 is 10% activated after 30 seconds of activation, then water is added. How much activation happens in stomach acid is unknown.
My chart is based on the assumption that the remaining MMS in MMS1 will be fully activated in stomach acid, which might be possible.
So, 6 drops of MMS contains 48mg of CLO2 if fully activated.
1ml of 3000ppm CDS contains 3mg of CLO2. 48 divided by 3 = 16
16ml of 3K ppm CDS contains the same amount of CLO2 as 6 fully activated drops of MMS when drop size is 0.05ml. (20 drops/ml)
Trying to compare dosing between MMS1 drops and CDS is difficult because of the drop size variance and amount of MMS activation.
If I was to take two daily maintenance doses of 3K ppm CDS, I would start with about 4ml each dose and if no bad side effects, increase the next dose by 1 additional milliliter. I would keep increasing dosage until there was a problem, which will most likely be mouth and throat irritation. Once I know how much I can tolerate, I would continue with that dosing twice a day and see how it goes. Everyone is different, so you will have to find tune dosing for your body.
I looked in Andreas Kalcker's latest book for daily maintenance doses and he only uses MMS1 with dosing of 3 drops, 3 times each day.
"Continue taking these three doses: one hour after breakfast and lunch and before bedtime, for as long as necessary. This protocol is suitable for long-term administration and also as a maintenance/prevention routine."
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