Is it normal to have blurred vision and sweat around the eyes?
I can't seem to get past 21 drops of MMS with 21 drops of citric acid in 22 ounces of water. If I cut the citric acid in half, will that help and still get the results? Now I've been off a few days, and wonder where to start up again?
I let the MMS & Citric Acid mix for 20 seconds, add 8 oz. water, wait 1 minute, add the rest of water to 22 oz, then add 21 drops of DMSO. I drink this regularly throughout an 8-hour period.
Marvel, A couple of things. You should be doing a minimum of 1 oz of water for every 1 drop of activated MMS - for most of us, we would do 32 oz of water for 24 activated drops - or 4 oz of water for ever 3 activated drops. But, in addition to this, you probably will need more water.
I am not sure what is causing the blurred vision and sweat. You can drop your citric acid in half, but it will affect the amount of chlorine dioxide activated - you'll probably need to extend the activation period to at least 2 minutes.
Do not add DMSO to your daily bottle. It inactivates the MMS over time - add it as you drink the individual dose.
I would (if it were me) drop back down to whatever level of MMS you were comfortable with and stay there for a few days before adding more. And I would be fine adding at 1/2 a drop, rather than a full drop. (making 8 doses, only add 4 drops)
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