Baby Bottle Question: A 12 drop MMS1 dose divided into 7 parts would equal seven 1.7 drop MMS1 doses. Activation time today is 30 seconds as per JH. You may want to add additional water to each hourly dose if it is too strong with only 50 ml of water. A 12 drop MMS1 dose, if fully activated, should provide 80 mg of CLO2 daily or seven 11.5 mg hourly doses.
If you have never taken MMS internally, or it has been some time since you last used MMS, then follow the Starting Procedure first. That protocol starts off with eight 1/4 drop hourly doses on day one.
Spray Bottle: Correct. You should be able to tell when the CLO2 in the MMS1 solution has reduced, by the yellow color fading. Keeping it in a fridge should help.
Glass Bottles are usually the first choice for containers when storing chemicals. PET and HDPE bottles have been used for years by sellers of MMS products. Leaching of plastics into solutions could be a problem. You can look online for compatibility of those plastics with the chemicals in question. I have had MMS stored in HDPE bottles which cracked and leaked. Recently I picked up a new, unused HDPE plastic bottle and when gently squeezed, it cracked! No idea why that happened. When I make MMS, I store it in glass bottles.
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