Elli, for my daily bottle, I use a 16 oz amber oval syrup bottle that I got in the pharmacy. I use distilled water. If I want to dilure it (which I do with MMS) further at the time that I'm taking my dose, I will use my well water (which is very good) - but for the making of it, I used distilled - the reason being that the MMS or CDS is going to sit all day in a fluid - if there's anything in the water for it to react with, it will.. When it reacts, it, in effect, kills the MMS or CDS - so to keep the MMS or CDS as strong as possible through the course of the day, I keep it in distilled water.
Here is my dosing bottle, an 8 fluid ounce (US) glass baby bottle with a tight sealing cap.
The dose in the bottle is 3x the normal Protocol 101 dose with 30 ml of 3000 ppm CDS which is 90 mg of ClO2.
I am on a maintenance dose and take one fluid ounce daily which contains 10 mg of ClO2. I originally filled the bottle with 9 fluid ounces of distilled water and one dose has been removed which is why you see the level at 8 fluid ounces. I dilute each 1 fluid ounce of the baby bottle solution in a tall glass of distilled water.
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