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Shelf Life of MMS 19 Aug 2021 16:44 #70552

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Hi all,

Just two questions.

- What is the shelf life of MMS, not mixed, but the solution plus the activator separately like the product in the link below. I'm a prepper and so am thinking of buying quite a bit but if it has a limited shelf life then there is no point.
hivibe.co.za/shop/biosil-mms-miracle-mineral-solution-2-x-100ml/

- Also I heard that about 7 people have died from taking MMS in that past, is that true and if so, why did they die? Was it an overdose or what?

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Shelf Life of MMS 22 Aug 2021 01:43 #70576

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Thank you for posing this question.  I have been wondering about this myself.  I have several bottles of MMS and activator, which are about 5 years old. They do not list an expiration date.  I prepared a mix of these two products recently and noticed that the activated solution seemed paler than usual, but  the odor was still strong.  I could not discern any difference when I took 3 activated drops—my daily dose-- but, then I don’t really have a reaction anyway, so it is hard to tell. 
I can’t imagine that anyone would die from MMS as long as it is activated and taken in the proper dosage.  However, I have heard that some people thought it was the same as bleach and had serious recactions from taking that.

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Shelf Life of MMS 22 Aug 2021 04:59 #70580

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For longest shelf life, you need to go for the dry flakes (sodium chlorite), from which you can make the MMS solution.

In a prepper situation, this is not ideal either, I'd think. The flakes won't last forever.
I have had flakes in an air-sealed container, sitting in a dark cupboard at room temperature. It sat there for about 3 years. The MMS solution I made from these flakes came up very low in potency; virtually useless. It would barely activate when adding it to acid.

Since then, when I have bought sodium chlorite flakes, I have kept them in my freezer. The last badge is about 5 years old (been in the freezer all these years), and the MMS solution I make from these flakes seems every bit as potent as when the flakes were new was new.

But if you want to use it in a prepper situation, I guess having it in a frezzer is out of the question.
Just do your best to keep it as cold as possibly. (and keep out of light, too, obviously)

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Shelf Life of MMS 22 Aug 2021 06:38 #70582

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No one has died from ingesting chlorine dioxide. Lies from the media / Big Pharma. 

I do a lot of CLO2 testing and have found that after about 18 months, sodium chlorite solution begins to lose potency. HCL lasts about 3 years. 

For long term storage, buy 80% sodium chlorite flakes and citric acid crystals. SC is supposed to last 20 years and I have used 9 year old CA to make CDS at the same CLO2 ppm as using fresh CA. Store both in glass bottles with plastic lids such as Mason jars and the new Ball Leak-Proof black plastic lids. Keep cool and dark.

 
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Shelf Life of MMS 23 Aug 2021 09:00 #70604

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Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated.
Looks like I will have to go down the path of making my own rather than store bought if I want to keep it long term.
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Shelf Life of MMS 23 Aug 2021 09:36 #70605

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I have made MMS (22.4% sodium chlorite solution) from 7 year old flakes and that MMS makes CDS at 3000ppm according the same recipe I have used since 2012. Flakes should keep 20 years if stored in glass bottles with plastic air-tight lids, kept cool and in a dark place. 
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Shelf Life of MMS 30 Aug 2021 12:32 #70749

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I have some that's got to be 15 years old and I think it's still good. Mixed up a drop last night and it seemed ok, would you use it? 

 
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Shelf Life of MMS 01 Sep 2021 18:05 #70797

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As long as it’s stored in a dark place / container you should expect better than 6 months for unmixed components.

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Shelf Life of MMS 14 Sep 2021 18:53 #71120

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Got a few questions and don't want to start a whole new thread.

- The Hydrochloric Acid I can get is 32%, is that good enough?
- I can get Hydrochloric Acid " CP grade " and " AR grade ", which is better?
- Is this the Citric Acid that I'm looking for, or would 6% Citric Acid work?
- Which is better as an activator, Hydrochloric Acid or Citric Acid?
- For long term storage would Citric Acid store longer than Hydrochloric Acid?

Also is my calculation below correct for making 4% HCl from 100 ml 32% HCl.
100 ml 32% HCl
+
7 x 100 ml distilled water
= 800 ml 4% HCl


Any help is appreciated.

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