I am wondering if there is a good write-up explaining where MMS1 (original recipe) is best to use and where CDS (3000PPM) is best to use? I know that chlorites have their own value in the body for and under certain conditions (for example: there is a drug patent that using chlorites for ALS) and that CDS has its own benefits for certain conditions. Thank you!
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That Andres Kalcker page has issues and needs to be updated.
He only talks about activating with Citric Acid, which is WAY "old school".
He also suggests / implies / or states that "MMS" can cause an Herxheimer Reaction
(in the stomach) but CDS does not, WHICH IS ABSOLUTELY NOT TRUE.
Using Citric Acid can cause stomach upset more than HCl, but an Herxheimer Reaction
has nothing to do with that, it occurs because you attempt to detox too much too quickly,
which can affect multiple body systems negatively as the toxins are attempted to be
expelled from the body, which can occur with any and all detoxes.
This type of bad information is what partly turned me off from Kalcker initially.
I found stuff like this all over his website and in his presentations.
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