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TOPIC: MMS, DMSO and plastic containers

MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 27 Jun 2013 17:00 #34127

Hi JH

You never premix a protocol 1000 8 hour bottle with DMSO. The DMSO will cancel the MMS/CDS within a hour. You have to add the DMSO per hour to a glass with the hourly dose. This is really important to know!!!!
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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 28 Jun 2013 23:37 #34204

Archer wrote: 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.



Thanks everyone for the info on search engine tracking ... but to get back to my question above does anyone have any thoughts about this kind of plastic bottle which is suitable for Nail Varnish remover? Will it also be suitable for a 70% DMSO 30% Water mix?

I want to give some premixed DMSO to elderly relatives and this kind of bottle is ideal for them.

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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 29 Jun 2013 01:44 #34205

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not if that spring is made of metal

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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 03 Jul 2013 00:43 #34301

AmandaMary wrote: not if that spring is made of metal


I think there is a metal spring but I'm sure it doesn't come into contact with the liquid

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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 04 Oct 2019 15:55 #61483

I recently purchased DMSO 99.995% pure pharma grade. It came in a clear glass bottle with screwon cap. What and where can I get
The right kind of dropper top, as all remedies/protocols call for drops. Also, do I change to a brown bottle, and refrigerate? Thank you.

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MMS, DMSO and plastic containers 04 Oct 2019 18:27 #61484

DMSO freezes at 18.5 °C (65.3 °F) so you won't want to refrigerate it. I keep mine in a pantry in a clear glass bottle. I am not aware that light is harmful to DMSO, but stored in a cupboard will exclude light.

I usually dispense DMSO drops from a HDPE plastic dropper bottle although you could use a glass bulb eye dropper when dispensing drops. But the rubber bulb will not stand up to DMSO, so use the cap that came with the DMSO bottle and not the glass bulb eye dropper when storing it.

There is another percentage number for DMSO besides the purity number, and that is the dilution percentage. Most DMSO is 70% DMSO and 30% water. If yours is not labeled, then put it in the fridge and see if 100% of it freezes. If it does, then you have undiluted DMSO.
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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