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MMS: sodium chlorite (NaClO2) 28%
MMS1 or Activated MMS: chlorine dioxide (ClO2)
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Rescue dog advice 19 Jun 2023 20:35 #79050

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Hi All, 
We have a small dog rescue and currently have a full German Shepherd that has a scabby skin condition we have been struggling with for months. He has scabs over his entire body and seems to be allergic to water.  He’s been treated by the vet for everything it can possibly be. She suggested MMS but doesn’t know the dosage to rinse him with.  He’s a very big boy.  Any suggestions on the amount of drops in the water to spray him with. Oral is out, he won’t work with us.  He’s suspicious of everyone.  A real lover, but won’t fall for anything.  He thinks everyone is out to get him.  Thank you for any help you can offer. 

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Rescue dog advice 20 Jun 2023 04:42 #79055

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Just kidding, he’s not allergic to water, just seems to be allergic to everything else. 

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Rescue dog advice 20 Jun 2023 21:46 #79063

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maybe u cud put unactivated in his drinking water. i do it with my dog, and it gets activated by their tum acid.

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Rescue dog advice 21 Jun 2023 20:39 #79076

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Does your dog have any skin issues?  Just curious if it works.  We’ve tried everything else.  How many drops do you use in your dogs water?  Thank you. 

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Rescue dog advice 22 Jun 2023 06:19 #79083

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I strongly suggest you get Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" and
check out the chapter on (non-human) Animals.
It will tell you everything you need to know. (along with info in the rest of the book)

You can do external application, but most issues start internally, so internal dosing
is probably a good idea.

It should solve your problem fairly quickly. (although sometimes it takes longer)
 
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Rescue dog advice 25 Jun 2023 15:42 #79160

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I have purchased it. It has not gotten here yet and I just wanted to get him started so he isn’t so uncomfortable.  I’m very new to this and have been watching the training videos, but I am confused by what the difference is between MMS and CDS.  

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Rescue dog advice 27 Jun 2023 20:44 #79184

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MMS(1) is Acid-Activated SCS (Sodium Chlorite Solution -- aka "Water Purifier").

It creates Chlorine Dioxide GAS (ClO2 -- what we want) in an aqueous solution.
(4 oz / 1/4 cup STEAM Distilled Water)

Only about 10% to 20% is actually converted to ClO2. The rest of the SCS is
converted to more ClO2 in your stomach using the Hydrochloric Acid there that
is used to digest food. Which is why you don't want to eat during dosing, so the
acid is used for conversion, not digestion. How much conversion depends on
some factors, including how much acid is there, which varies from person to person.
But usually another 50% to 80% +/-.

CDS is Chlorine Dioxide Solution. It is 100% "pre-activated" ClO2 in an
aqueous solution. So it has a guaranteed higher concentration.
Some people make it themselves through a few methods, but you can purchase it.
It is more widely associated with Andres Kalcker.

It comes in various concentrations, usually 3,000 ppm, 4,000 or 5,000 ppm, and
I purchase 24,000 ppm because it is "drop-for-drop compatible with MMS",
though more concentrated, because it is 100%. The lower PPM versions
require either following Kalcker's Protocols, of a conversion to however many
milliliters equivalent for Humble's Protocols.

And there is at least one other solution, CDH, Chlorine Dioxide Holding, which
I don't know much about. Maybe some others.

All this stuff requires quite a bit of reading, study, research, etc. Some of it
in Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook", or one of Andreas
Kalcker's books, and on the InterWebs, including this discussion forum,
which has a SEARCH function above.
 
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Rescue dog advice 10 Jul 2023 19:59 #79346

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You use 24,000 PPM? And that is the same concentration then that is made when following the instructions on how to make MMS?

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Rescue dog advice 12 Jul 2023 06:42 #79360

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Yes, they are "equivalent" drop-for-drop.

They explain it where I purchase my products.

The people who make their own CDS usually make 3,000 to 5,000 ppm CDS,
so they have to do a conversion to milliliters for the equivalent dosage.
(I think there is info at mmsinfo.org about that)
 
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