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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 01:58 #8469

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Hi Polak,

In regard to the dosage question for the lung cancer, I can tell you I took 1 tsp. (5 ml) doses every hour for 10 hrs one day and didn't get anything but maybe a slight headache a few times. Ever since I started making it 10 days ago, on the other 9 nine days I have been taking 1/2 tsp. (2.5 ml) doses every hour usually about 10 hrs/day.

Half tsp. (2.5ml) feels right for me.

Mark did say in that video of his that 1 cc/ml of CDS equals 4 drops of MMS. So it appears they have decided it equals 4 drops instead of 3 drops as Andeas reported. Mark also said that they used the 4 drop calculation to cure the Leukemia case using the equivalent of protocol 1000, 3 drops every hour for 8 hours/day.

Mark also pointed out they took 6 ml of the CDS (same as 24 drops MMS) and put it into a liter of water and then the patient drank 1/8 liter each hour--so that is very convenient.

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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 04:20 #8471

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Today I did a generation using 6% HCl for activator and I did get melting of PET plastic in the cold recipient bottle. The gas generation happens really fast with the 6% HCl. The smaller reaction bottle turned to a lighter color quicker.

Most of the gas was generated in the first 5 minutes and I even smelled chlorine dioxide coming out of the vent valve on the cold bottle right at first. I had the distilled water chilled very well and in a bucket surrounded by ice water. So I think the gas generation is too quick with 6% HCl and you lose some because it could not absorb quick enough in the cold water. And you need to use glass bottles or you get plastic melting, at least with the thin PET bottles.

It is probably good i was using a glass bottle for the reaction chamber. My HDPE stiff hose does still look fine like it was not affected.

Also, kwag sent me this link for stoppers ( www.hometrainingtools.com/stoppers/c/126/ ), which looks pretty good. Thanks Karl!

One more link I found today is for a dilution calculator www.restrictionmapper.org/dilutioncalc9.html that was great for finding out how much 37% HCl and how much water to get 6%.

Michael
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 07:42 #8473

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This is the solution which I did on Friday. The color of the solution is deep yellow, but this is not clearly visible because the image is of poor quality.

I do not think there should be a new protocols. These are great! Only need to define criteria by which to determine individual doses. That's it.
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 10:23 #8474

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If the PET plastic will melt, then shouldn't we suspect rubber (for the stopper) as well?
I have not yet made CDS, but I purchased two cork stoppers for 20 cents and three feet of polyethelyne 1/4 OD tubing for 12 cents per foot.
I have two beer bottles to use.
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 10:54 #8475

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If using glass bottle... do not try the 6% HCI activator.... it is dangerous if its explode.... i use a tupperware types bottle with no problems using 6% HCI.....
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 11:10 #8476

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Edwin3110 wrote: If using glass bottle... do not try the 6% HCI activator.... it is dangerous if its explode.... i use a tupperware types bottle with no problems using 6% HCI.....


Edwin, I can not understand this. You are not using a 28% activator? What are these 6%?

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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 13:17 #8477

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Hi;

In the beginning... as the photo shows... i used the 25% Sodium Chlorite Solution to mix with 6% HCI... i have seen it very volatiles during the making of CD gas.... but my both plastic tupperware were not effected at all.... seeing this... i feel if one try to used glasses for the mix as i do it may be danger because the gas is quick to produce CDS..... I like this way of producing because it take less time...

My upcoming mixture will only used 6.25% of sodium chlorite to mix with 6% HCI..... to produce a 800ml CDS solutions....
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 16:13 #8482

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Polak, as I recall (correct me if I'm wrong, Edwin) - in Malasia, Edwin cannot get powdered sodium chlorite - only liquid, which is at differing strengths. So some of his work is adaptive to what he has available, yet staying within the protocols.
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Re: NEW ! CDS Clorine dioxide solution (MMS) by Andreas Kalcker 28 Nov 2011 19:44 #8485

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Thanks for posting the link to the stoppers Michael. That site homesciencetools.com is great for getting glasswear too. Everything is reasonably priced and there are no order minimums like some other labware sites I found.

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