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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 05 Jan 2023 16:47 #77334

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Hi everyone,

Happy New Year!

Is there anything we can use as flavoring that will not lower the efficacy (or not lower it too much) of CD?

Flavor drops perhaps as they dont have vitamin C in them?

My relatives are having a heck of time being able to stomach it as is.

Any ideas / Amazon listings would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 05 Jan 2023 18:06 #77336

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Assuming they are taking MMS, from MMS Health Recovery Guidebook (Jim Humble):

"Though water is the ideal, if you cannot take MMS1 with water only, because the taste bothers you, some (not all) natural juices are OK to use if they do not have harmful preservatives and/or added Vitamin C or ascorbic acid, as this will cancel out the effectiveness of MMS1. Fresh juice is best. We have found apple, grape, and cranberry juice to work well with MMS1, but again, it should be natural, without preservatives and have no added Vitamin C (or ascorbic acid). Never use orange or tangerine juice in any form with MMS1. You may have these juices at least two hours before or after your MMS1 protocol for the day."
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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 06 Jan 2023 07:49 #77347

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There are a variety of liquids you can use to cover the taste (and smell) of MMS.

You just have to be careful and make sure they do not cause the MMS to not work as well, or not work at all.

You can use ClO2 Test Strips to test mixtures to make sure the ClO2 doesn't degrade.

You want to stay away from Vitamin C, alcohol, caffeine, and some other liquids.
Check out Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" for more information.

Sometimes just using a dash or more of Seltzer Water can help.

Some sodas seem to work, too, but you need to check them because they often
change their formulas and processing.

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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 06 Jan 2023 19:36 #77361

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Thanks for the replies!

We're using CD not MMS which I think is simply the switching out of Acidic Acid with Hydrochloric Acid.

1) For the strips, what am I looking for in terms of results?

I am guessing that I test pure clo2 first and then test again with juice to ensure it matches?

2) Is 500 PPM okay for testing strips or do we need 1000, 2000, or 10000 PPM? All these levels are available on AMZ.

3) What do you use the Bentonite clay for? What are the health benefits?

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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 07 Jan 2023 06:49 #77367

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I always strongly encourage people to check out Jim Humble's
"MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" for more information.
Almost everything you need to know is in there.

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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".
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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 07 Jan 2023 16:20 #77373

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Thank you.

I just skimmed through and found the section you mentioned.

Yeah!

It says to mix up a 3 drop dose of MMS1 with 4 oz/120ml of any liquid I want to test.

I use CD not MMS1 which I believe is simply using a different acid activator (please correct me if I am wrong).

What is the CD equivalent to 1 drop of MMS1 so that as I re-read through Jim's book whenever I see an MMS1 dosage amount I can translate that over to CD.

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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 09 Jan 2023 15:37 #77388

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I believe there is a bit of confusion so can you clearly state what it is you are doing? Here are a few questions that should help but add anything else you would like.

What two things are you mixing together?

Are you mixing the two parts together, adding water, and drinking it?

Are you mixing two parts together in a small glass that is contained within a partially water filled larger sealed glass container?

It sounds to me that you are making MMS1 (mixing the two parts together, adding water, and drinking). If this is the case then you can use the juices mentioned in the excerpt I already posted. It is possible that the acid you are using is not agreeing with your relatives. More importantly, did you start with the "Starting Procedure"? If you started their dosage above the starting procedure that could be the issue. Since it sounds like you have a copy of the MMS Health Recovery Guidebook, it is imperative you take the time to read it. It seems as though this may be an emergency so start with reading how to make MMS1 and the Starting Procedure. If you are making CDS then you will need to get the book, Forbidden Health by Andreas Kalcker.

As for testing MMS with alternative liquids, see "Testing to See if Liquids are Compatible with MMS1" in the MMS Health Recovery Guidebook. In that section it also refers to the 0 to 500 ppm LaMotte High Range Chlorine Dioxide Test Strips.

I believe there is also a bit of confusion over MMS and MMS1. MMS is the 22.4% Sodium Chlorite solution only (Part A) and once combined with an acid (Part B ) it is then referred to as MMS1 (activated MMS), especially in the context of Jim's book.

 

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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 10 Jan 2023 02:00 #77393

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Hi there,

Thanks for replying.

I have Jim Humble's Book but it was Andreas Kalker and CD that I got started with.

In other words I decided to take CD not MMS1.

So I am trying to compare Apples to Apples so that when I read Jim's book that is about MMS1, I can make the translation over to CD.

So when Jim's book says 1 MMS1 drop, I need to know what that equates to for CD. Is it 1:1 or something different?

Thanks. 😌

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Re: Flavoring and Happy New Year 10 Jan 2023 07:11 #77403

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I'm not particularly familiar with Andreas Kalcker's protocols.

But I thought he called it CDS, not CD, with CD being a universal generic term.

I keep meaning to get his book.

There are people on this forum that follow his protocols.
I thought he mentions what the comparison is.
And I've seen charts for conversion. maybe on www.mmsinfo.org/ .

But it depends on where you are getting your products, are you making/mixing them
yourself, to what strengths/concentrations, etc.

You're not providing enough detailed information.
 
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