I think Jim is referring to storing a stock supply of MMS and keeping that in a fridge. When I
make a batch of MMS
, there is about 450ml of MMS which is stored in a brown pint bottle. The life of that MMS can be extended if kept in a fridge because of the colder temperature. But, I keep it in a room temperature dark pantry because that MMS is often used for testing purposes and cold MMS will slow down MMS activation. From testing I have found that room temperature MMS shelf life is about 18 months.
If you have a small bottle of MMS, such as 4 fl oz (120 ml), room temperature storage is suggested if you are making MMS1, because the activation time is only 30 seconds. If making CDS or CDH, then cold MMS is okay to use because the activation time is much longer and MMS will warm up during the long activation time.
Ok, cool, Thank you. ( I can say, that even though I have been refrigerating it, it has been amber, has had chlorine “smell”. And I haven’t needed ginger for the whole 11 days I’ve been on it ~ miracle if you ask me, since I’ve needed ginger for the past 2 years at least, to battle nausea....yay!!!)
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