I've begun using dilute Hydrogen Peroxide and saline solution in Nebulizer for chronic lung congestion with at least non-negative results after being provided this vid: player.fm/1BGYPtS; I have MMS ingredients on order and will carefully use same (~40 ppm?) in Nebulizer when on hand.
Being a user of CPAP with humidifier, it would seem an opportune means of gentle dosing to add MMS to the distilled water of the humidifier, assuming the CLO2 wouldn't attack its plastic. I've also made, and used for essential oil dispensing, an "ark" for floating without mixing, up to ~10 drops of liquid so this means of isolation is also at hand.
I couldn't find any posts on CPAP humidifier dispensing: any experience, wisdom, opinions on the matter?
If you are planning to nebulize chlorine dioxide gas, then you will want to use either CDS or CDH and not MMS1.
The CLO2 concentration (ppm) of CDS and CDH are well known, but MMS1 is only 10% activated when made and its ppm is very low and also contains a lot of residual sodium chlorite solution and acid activator.
Thanks CLO2, I'll have to study up on the definitions, it's clear.
Any suggested ppm water dilutions for
1.) Nebulizing to 5um Max droplets in (DeVilbiss 3655LT) nebulizer, or
2.) ~1 cup capacity CPAP humidifier tank for overnight addition of water vapor to supplied air?
I use my CPAP machine to give me some ClO2, but I just put a 2-drop dose of MMS1 in a very small glass dish next to the air intake of the device and turn it on to warm up the humidifier. Then I hold the tube in front of my face and breathe as much of the ClO2/air mix as I want through my mouth and nose.
I also use 50-60 ppm CDS in my nebulizer whenever I feel I might have been exposed to something.
A few days older and wiser, and much the better for what MMS and ClO2 I've thus far conservatively ingested (orally, nebulized, and CPAP Humidifier vaporized) in terms of the chronic congestion and coughing to which I'd long become accustomed, I can define appropriate (for me) CPAP Humidifier CLS dilution/concentration target value of 1 ppm. I dosed ~2.0 ppm last night and while feeling great all day I could actually taste the ClO2 virtually all day long. Not unpleasant but clearly more concentration than required therapeutically. I think I'm more sensitive than most in this regard, tasting virtually any skin cream or essential oil (with exception of regular Cetaphil lotion) with which I come in contact within seconds, but it serves as a personal "level meter" for which I'm grateful. I'm also one of (the low percentage of) those Mexican food lovers who experience the "soapy taste" character of Cilantro...
Confirming an ALERT from my son originating from a Carnivory blogsite he visits, in this video Andreas Kalcker flatly states that ingestion (or injection) is clearly superior to breathing ClO2 via the lungs, for reasons I'll have to go back over a few times to digest, but since Kalcker is deeply experienced, and I'm only shallowly, I'm going to quit Nebulizing and CPAP vaporizing (despite my quite positive experiences with both) and only target his recommended (frequent) 50 ppm oral ingestion. We'll see if I can recreate the great feeling and bright clarity that I've experienced from the Nebulizing using the oral-only ingestion methodology.
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