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Vertigo 31 Mar 2024 17:49 #81988

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Hello everyone. I started looking into MMS about seven years ago and distilled my own from scratch quite successfully as per  video by Anreas Kalcker but found I always ran into the taste issue whenever I took it; I just can't handle it for more than a couple of days. I find it completely repulsive and end up quitting. I later tossed out my home brew and bought some on-line product. I'm curious: is there a tea or apple juice that will mask that gawd-awful taste without compromising the product's effectiveness?

Now I'm trying again after one year of 24/7, full time Vertigo. (Central Vertigo; not the more common and less debilitating BPPV.) I'm in Marxist-occupied western Canada so I guess
I shouldn't be surprised that MD and physio-therapist have been worse than useless. But it occurred to me that maybe this could be parasite-related so I pulled my two bottles out of cupboard again but immediately ran into the same old taste issue again... Anyone get results from MMS applied to Central Vertigo?

Thank you...

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Vertigo 01 Apr 2024 02:51 #81990

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Are you referring to CDS or the mms drop at a time?  CDS is much easier to to get down. You can use apple juice and it shouldn't affect the effectiveness. You want pure apple juice that is not from concentrate, unprocessed, and has no ascorbic acid. It will do a pretty good job at masking the taste.

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Vertigo 01 Apr 2024 09:42 #81992

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This liquid stevia has been tested and won't reduce CLO2 in CDS or MMS1. 

Not sure if you are using CDS or MMS1. If MMS1 and the acid activator is 50% citric acid, that could be the cause of the taste problem. HCL is the preferred activator when making MMS1. 

 
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