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TOPIC: How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4%

How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 13 Aug 2017 14:10 #56181

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Thank you, Truthquester, for your reply...so is my 32% "swimming pool" grade acceptable too or should it only be technical grade?

I will PM you my number real soon. I really need ClO2...hopefully it is destined for me in the very near future.

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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 03 Jul 2018 05:27 #58708

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my HCl was 36.2% so i divide that by 4 = 9.05 x 100 = 905 minus 100ml = 805ml of destilled water and adding 100ml of 36.2% HCl giving me almost a litre of 4% HCl, is this correct?

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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 03 Jul 2018 20:47 #58710

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The Dilution Calculator (PPM, PPB, Percentage) at endmemo.com/bio/dilution.php agrees with your calculation.

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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 04 Jul 2018 01:27 #58711

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thank you for easing my mind.

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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 12 Jul 2019 23:18 #60860

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Just to be on the safe side and check my calculations:
If I have 20% HCl and want 100ml of 4% strength final dilution, should I mix 20 ml of HCl and 80 ml of distilled water?

Also I planned to make CDS to avoid the bad taste and nausea MMS had but other users mentioned in another thread that these side-effects were caused by using citric acid as activator.
Using HCl 4% activator, have you felt the same bad aftertaste (similar to bleach) as with Citric Acid?
Or do you recommend to go for the CDS? Do I need to prepare 10% HCl activator for it as mentioned in earlier messages then?

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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 13 Jul 2019 01:17 #60861

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Yes, your calculations are correct. Be sure to add the 20 ml of 20% HCL to 80 ml of distilled water, and not the other way around! Adding water to acid can cause splattering of acid onto you.

When 4% HCL is used to activate MMS, (making MMS1 or CDH) the taste is much better than if 50% citric acid was used. And there will less chance of stomach upset when using HCL rather than CA.

To make CDS using 10% HCL, only one infusion will be needed to get 3000 ppm CDS using a 500 ml capacity receiver jar filled with 240 ml of water and using 12 ml of MMS and 10% HCL. If you use 4% HCL, then two infusions will be needed. In that case, 5 ml of MMS and 4% HCL (twice) would be the recipe for gassing into 240 ml of water.
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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 15 Jul 2019 09:57 #60872

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After trying 4% HCl I can confirm the huge change using this activator over 50% citric acid, more than expected.

Not only the bad odor and aftertaste is much less noticeable but it seems to activate the sodium chlorite much more effectively.

It may be a placebo effect but with only three drops I felt a little dizzy and tired in a short time where before, with 6 or 8 drops I wouldn't feel nothing at first but after several days of treatment I felt the and increasing stomach upset sensation being increasingly more difficult to keep with the protocol without reducing the dosage.

After being more days with the protocol 1000 I will check if it is more tolerable than citric acid. Definitively MMS is the only thing I've found that is keeping a bad eczema on my arm and leg flexures at bay. I've been applying it topically for a week but with the new activator I'll start both topical and oral ingestion and see how it goes.
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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 15 Jul 2019 17:04 #60873

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These charts show that 4% HCL (green curves) activates MMS faster and more fully than citric acid, externally.

The tests were for 3 drop MMS1 doses in 120 ml of water. The top chart shows the CLO2 concentration (ppm) and the bottom chart shows the amount of CLO2 in milligrams. Note that 3 drops of MMS contains 20 mg of CLO2. At 20 seconds activation time (the standard timing at the time of testing) about 10% of that 20 mg has been released from MMS. The remainder should be released in a stomach with normal amounts of gastric acids.

Also note that 60 seconds activation time seems to be the ideal activation timing. Especially if you plan on using MMS1 topically. If you use 3 ml of CDH topically, you will have about 10 mg of CLO2 available. Seven ml of CDS topically will provide 20 mg of CLO2 and may be the best Sodium Chlorite Solution (SCS) for topical use. Both MMS1 and CDH should be added to 120 ml of water for topical use, but CDS can be applied full strength. Spray bottles work well for topical use. A second spray bottle can be used to spray DMSO on top of the SCSs.

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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 15 Jul 2019 18:08 #60874

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So if I've understood right if I'm doing the MMS1 baby bottle and spray protocol based on your information I'd do this (please correct me if I'm wrong):

Baby bottle
  • Start with 12 drops and increase gradually until 24. Wait 20 sec. for activation and the remaining ClO2 will activate in stomach.
  • Fill with osmosis water to 350ml mark, refrigerate and take, 7 times hourly in 50ml amounts.
  • This is because the bottle has 350ml max. and mark every 50ml. so it is easier and quicker for me to divide by 7 and measure 50ml. each hour instead of eight.
Spray
  • 30 drops in 90ml. of osm. water (again, easier to round up to 90 than exactly measure 84ml). This time wait 60 sec. and mix with water and refrigerate. Spray hourly 7 times together with the baby bottle.
  • This time the ideal amount of ClO2 keeps more or less stable throughout the next days in the 90ml spray?
  • Or does it start to degrade quickly, despite being sealed and refrigerated, making you have to prepare just the right amount to consume it in one day?

Also, let me apologize for making a question out of the context of this thread but, Peter Mican mentioned this in a past post :

I have heard from a German researcher (Chemist) and MMS provider, that storing MMS in PET bottles for long term is very dangerous, after a few month the whole mixture starts smoking when activated and ingredients from the PET material are in the MMS solution.

The inactivated NaClO2 I have is stored in a bottle with an EDP logo and for the activated MMS solution I'm using a PET bottle and spray. Are these plastics safe for these uses or will they start to leach in time?
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