I got Scabies in my last hospital visit. I have scabies in all of my body except face and head. It is very bad with the itching, specially in the nights. I started today with the bath protocol with
20 drops. I have to say that I feel relieve. I have a little itch but it is not comparable with before.
Thank you for your answer. I would like to use cds but looking the videos of Andreas, it take about 24 hrs to prepare cds. What do you mean with "contain some residual MMS and acid activator".? Is not CDS the mix of MMS and acid activator?
"Thank you for your answer. I would like to use cds but looking the videos of Andreas, it take about 24 hrs to prepare cds."
The recent video by AK
on making 3000 ppm CDS using MMS and 4% HCL was based on my paper
I published on mywebsite
in 2015. A double infusion of reactor ingredients was necessary to achieve 3000 ppm CDS, which extended the processing time from 12 to 24 hours. Previously, 10% HCL or 50% citric acid was required to make 3000 ppm CDS with a single infusion. Nowadays, most people only have (or need) 4% HCL MMS activator and no longer use (or need) 10% HCL or 50% citric acid, for many good reasons. I have since published another paper
on my website titled "Making 3000 ppm CDS Using MMS & 4% HCL: 24+ Hours Single Infusion Inside A Refrigerator" which, as the title says, will produce 3000 ppm CDS using just one infusion. However, the time increases up to a maximum of 48 hours, depending on the reactor and receiver vessels used.
"What do you mean with "contain some residual MMS and acid activator".? Is not CDS the mix of MMS and acid activator?"
CDS is the indirect product of mixing MMS and 4% HCL; CLO2 gas in water. When those chemicals are mixed together in a reactor vessel placed inside a larger vessel (the receiver), CLO2 gas transfers to the water in the receiver. Therefore, CDS is only CLO2 gas in water and does not contain either of the two ingredients in the reactor, MMS or 4% HCL.
When making MMS1 or CDH, both MMS and 4% HCL are in the final product. MMS in MMS1 is about 10% activated
while MMS in CDH is about 50% activated. Both rely on stomach acid to complete the full activation of MMS. This is the reason for my two different CDS & CDH vs MMS1 equivalence dosing charts.
"Hi I was looking in your link "how to use cds, cdh in protocols" I have a question about the non ingestion table. Can I use these quantities to calculate how much cds drops for the bad (bath) protocol?"
Yes, you can do that. For instance, if the bath protocol calls for 20 activated MMS drops (page 143 in Jim's latest book), the amount of CLO2 generated in 30 seconds would be about 13 mg of CLO2, assuming no further MMS activation happens when added to bathtub water of about 9 inches in depth.
Looking at the Non-Ingestion chart,
you see 10 activated MMS drops (MMS1) will produce 6.7 mg of CLO2. Since we will be using 20 MMS drops, double that to about 13 mg CLO2. The chart shows at 10 MMS drops, you would use 2 milliliters (not drops) of either CDH or 3000 ppm CDS to have the same amount of CLO2. Again, we are using 20 MMS drops, so we double the CDH or CDH quantities to 4 ml.
Sorry, I have other question. Can I use dmso with cds in the baths or sea salt? I have taken 7 baths with cds (12 ml per bath) and I have improved a lot. But there is still something. Also my skin is very sensitive and sometimes burns. I dipped my head in the bathtub to treat my scalp and behind my ears. I have water inside my ears since yesterday that I have not been able to take out. Do you have any suggestions for this?
Thank you for your reply and the link. Yesterday I red the same article. I tried the methods 1-6 and the 9 and 12 but unfortunately the water did not come out. I can not hear so well and I have pressure
and little pain. Today in the morning I made an appointment with my doctor because I suspect that I have a plug. When I bathed with mms, after the second bath I wiped my ears with a Qtip and a dark brown wax came out. I suspect that I probably have more of that wax in my ear and it is not letting the water out. The tip with the bulb syringe is interesting.
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