1. Is Protocol 115 only done for 1 day?
2. Do I increase the dose gradually every 15 minutes? Will an hour be enough time for me to know whether I have increased too much and correct for the next dosage?
Protocol 115 was designed for CDS, since it doesn't stay in the bloodstream for more than 15 to 20 minutes. So, instead of taking hourly doses for eight hours, you take them every 15 minutes for 2 hours, and you are done for the day. Or, you can go on protocol 1000 for the rest of the day if you need more ClO2 in your system.
Normally, the dosing should be the same for any day. I don't know of any protocol where you increase the dosage during the day, but that's just me.
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