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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 25 Nov 2011 15:54 #8431

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On my way to Home Depot NOW! :)

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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 25 Nov 2011 21:30 #8437

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pam wrote: I thought about that, but also was concerned about metal lids. You can, however, get plastic lids for the canning jars.

I am using the stoppers from the wine making store, the ones with holes in them. (I had bought a bunch to use to make sauerkraut-making kits for friends for Christmas) - The holes exactly hold 3/8 inch tubing from the hardware store. So, it's either slip a venting needle (whatever is used) in with the 3/8 inch tubing, or drill a small hold in the stopper to hold the venting needle. I may well go the second route.

When I get my first batch done, will do photos and post here. We have some grand opportunities to share our ideas - I am hoping others will share their photos, like Michael did.
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Just finished making mine with 1/4 inch black rigid tubbing from Home Depot (couldn't get clear, because they had only soft tubbing) and I used cork stoppers! Really cheap. :)
Here's the pic. Doesn't show the "Basketball Needle" for releasing pressure. I put that in after the picture was taken.

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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 26 Nov 2011 02:28 #8441

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Thanks to all of you for sharing your methods and ideas. I've used MMS for quite some time but I can not get my spouse to use it b/c she can not stand the smell or taste. Any time I make any she refers to it as "your poison". LOL

She HAS noticed that I have not been sick in 2 years so if I can get her to tolerate a form of the MMS then she can see what it feels like to have freedom from sickness.

In regards to making the CDS, since the chemicals seem to be very powerful, I am concerned about using plastic. I noticed a few of you on here have the same concerns. For example someone mentioned pitting of the plastic tubing.

I am excited to make my first batch of this but it will take me longer to source all glass materials, especially the glass tubing. I am considering using plastics for my first batch.

For those of you that are more experienced in working with MMS/CDS using plastic, which types of plastics are the best to use?

Just looking around the house, most of the plastic bottles I see are PET. Would that be ok? Some heavier plastic containers are made of HDPE...

Thanks!
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 26 Nov 2011 03:08 #8442

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Hi rondellejones,

I prefer glass bottles. For the tubbing, I guess plastic is ok, because once the gas goes through, you can wash it with running water, and also the corks.
See, I don't mind drinking some wine with some little scraps of cork in the bottle, but I would definitely mind drinking MMS with toxic rubber residue :D
Just a suggestion ;)
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 26 Nov 2011 03:53 #8443

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Hi rondellejones,

In response to your question about plastics, my two bottles are PET. See the pics of my 'quickie' set up ( genesis2forum.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=16&id=8260&limit=6&limitstart=6&Itemid=66#8282 ). Right after generating, the smaller bottle that had the MMS and HCl activator is yellow, but after exposure to the air for a few days it goes back to clear. I do not see any pitting in it at all, nor in the other clear PET bottle for receiving the gas.

The tubing I am using looks to me like it is HDPE it is a translucent whitish (just like 'natural' hdpe), and is quite stiff. I have not noticed any pitting with it. It is yellow right after generation but then after a few days in the air it clears up again. I think it is food grade because it is the same tubing they sell for installing icemakers. At home depot (lowes too I am sure) it comes in a 25' roll and is pretty cheap. The label says "Watts" is the maker: "polyethylene tubing 1/4" x .170" x 25 ft."

I have generated twice now, 800 ml and 1000 ml and have not noticed any pitting of the plastic, and in fact the plastic looks good.

I do want to work on a glass setup. If someone finds sourcing for this, please post some links.

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Michael
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 26 Nov 2011 04:28 #8444

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Hi Jegz,

In regard to your question about what happens with the chlorous acid part of an MMS1 dose once it gets inside the body, I don't have an answer. I don't recall seeing Jim address that. He has been more focused on the chlorine dioxide since that is the active ingredient.

I have heard that the chlorous acid is unstable and reacts quickly and some of it becomes chlorine dioxide, but I think it has not really been studied like chlorine dioxide has.

Michael
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 26 Nov 2011 06:56 #8445

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Had a question about this new method. Is the activated MMS left in the bottle still have some uses or is it completely lost of all its chlorine dioxide after the gas had been pumped into the saline solution?

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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 26 Nov 2011 11:28 #8447

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I think there is no need to worry about the plastic unless the plastic cannot withstand CDS like cracking and ect... other than that... CDS can eliminate most toxic including plastic toxic....

CDS is toxic removal... so most material will not be bring harm and only need to avoid metal goods to be use for CDS....
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 27 Nov 2011 16:30 #8457

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Mark has a little series of videos on making CDS on his FB page - They're not on YT at this time, that I can see.
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