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What is the difference between MMS and CDS? 06 Oct 2021 17:55 #71605

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I purchased and used Master's Mineral Solution many years ago, activating with citric acid. I am unfamiliar with CDS and would like to understand the difference please? I'd also like to find a reputable source for purchasing the MMS as that worked great for me before it got too old (apparently). I still have citric acid packets sealed and wonder if those maintain their efficacy over time as well? Thank you for any help you can give me on this matter.

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What is the difference between MMS and CDS? 06 Oct 2021 18:21 #71606

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I purchased and used Master's Mineral Solution many years ago, activating with citric acid. I am unfamiliar with CDS and would like to understand the difference please? I'd also like to find a reputable source for purchasing the MMS as that worked great for me before it got too old (apparently). I still have citric acid packets sealed and wonder if those maintain their efficacy over time as well? Thank you for any help you can give me on this matter.
 


Here is how to make CDS.
www.brighteon.com/95b304c7-e0a4-4606-ac44-303c8fa3ec9e

And here are the protocols (look at C and A) once you have made it.
andreaskalcker.com/en/cds-clo2/cds-protocols.html

Basically CDS is chlorine dioxide infused in water, so you don't drink the sodium chlorite and activator just the infused water.
You activate the MMS in a little glass shot glass inside another bigger container and seal it and leave it to stand for 12 hours (which is repeated as in the video) or so.
When you return you will have the CD infused in the water.

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What is the difference between MMS and CDS? 10 Oct 2021 16:12 #71702

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Seems to me that it could be said that CDS is a more shelf-stable version of MMS. With MMS, Jim Humble stresses that you should activate the dose right before taking it unless it just CANNOT be done for some reason. With CDS, you can make up the entire litre bottle for the day and drink from it for your hourly doses. Andreas Kalcker doesn't mention the need to make each hourly dose right before taking it.

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