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TOPIC: MMS, DMSO and plastic containers

Re: MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 28 Sep 2011 02:31 #5784

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Re: MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 24 Jun 2013 14:17 #34050

Peter Mican wrote: Thanks for this test :-)
I was told and have seen it in a video on a German web-site that even MMS 1 react in in PET bottles after about 6 month and it becomes funny, milky and smoking.
I myself set on glass bottles and glass droppers for everything.


Do you have the link? if so please post.

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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 24 Jun 2013 14:20 #34051

Can anyone point me to some good examples of suitable bottles being sold on eBay?

I want to premix 70% DMSO and 30% Water

I'm looking for something to give to relatives in their 70's and 80's with aches and pains that is already premixed for them and easy to use.

I was thinking of getting some kind of spray bottles about 20ml in size so they can carry with them on holiday as well.

At the moment I've been using washed out glass jars from food containers. I assume these are safe to use?
The only problem though is keeping the contents clean is hard, hence why I was interested in spray bottles

Also I have come across many bottle used for dispensing nail varnish remover, and say acetone resistant, would these be suitable as the design of the bottles is very nice.

I've pasted a photo of one below, would this kind of bottle be suitable if it states it's acetone resistant?
I really like the design of this bottle as it's a one way system which stops the contents from being contaminated but is also easy for people to use even if they have arthritis.
All the person does is push the top of the bottle and a little liquid comes out onto the dish at the top.
I'd really like to use this kind of container - although only put a small amount of DMSO in at a time approx 30ml to 50ml of liquid at any one time to keep the solution as fresh as possible.

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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 24 Jun 2013 14:33 #34052

This is interesting - I typed in the words pharmaceutical grade glass into Google and everything that came back mentioned DMSO, without me event typing DMSO in the computer

Does anyone else get similar results on Google or are Google just monitoring what I've been looking up lately?

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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 24 Jun 2013 15:51 #34055

Google monitors everything - just to let you know. For sure so that they can gear their response towards what seems to be your interest - but I'm just suspicious enough to think that they can ship that information off to someone else, if properly "asked" -
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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 24 Jun 2013 20:50 #34059

Google is the NSA snoop system masked as a search engine.

I use Startpage as a search engine - it uses google but your identity is hidden behind their server. Shortly they will be providing secure e-mail as well.
Martin

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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 24 Jun 2013 21:15 #34061

Thank you, I just changed to Start page
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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 25 Jun 2013 17:41 #34076

I have used Start Page for years. Keep in mind Start Page on their end protects you but the other end, the site its self does not. I have often gone searching for info say for example on Amazon, and only to find it being advertised on Drudge! Now, I am talking about looking for uncommon stuff in the relgion department so I know they had to be snooping when it shows up as advertising!
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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 26 Jun 2013 18:29 #34099

Read this which explains how Startpage/Ixquick works:
startpage.com/proxy/eng/help.html

Try using a VPN which will mask your IP address for all your computer programs that go on the Internet. I don't notice any slowdown when using it. They have 3 servers in Europe and one in the US. So, if you wanted to watch Netflix movies, but you live outside the US, if you choose the US server, your computer appears to be in the US and you then can watch streaming Netflix movies.

mullvad.net/en/ works well and is only 5 Euro per month. Easy to use, too!

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