MMS + Citric Acid got rid of years worth of joint pains for me but it was a long process of several months to take the MMS which I hated taking so much - mainly now I believe because of the negative side effects of using Citric Acid as the Activator. 50% Citric Acid I believe gave me the most uncontrollable diarrhea which would come anything from 1 to 3 days after taking MMS + Citric Acid.
When I took MMS with Citric Acid it felt like I'd been punched in the stomach and the taste and smell were awful.
Now that I have switch to using MMS + Hydrochloric Acid I no longer get the diarrhea - in fact the opposite I find my stools have firmed up quite a bit.
And the taste and smell is much milder and rather then hurting my stomach like Citric Acid did, Hydrochloric Acid seems to support it.
I think more needs to be done to get the word out about people switching to Hydrochloric Acid - I think they should have given it a different Protocol Number because there's still loads of people selling MMS with Citric Acid - the vast majority from what I tend to see online. Perhaps these sellers bought their MMS and Citric Acid in Bulk and trying to get rid of it.
Maybe they should have called it Protocol 1500 instead of Protocol 1000 because that way at least people would start realising there is a difference between using Citric Acid vs Hydrochloric Acid - then when people go online to buy MMS they will be less likely to buy with Citric Acid and sellers will have to up their game some.
The following user(s) said Thank You: mart1n, Katniss
Hey, I need some education.
I got the AMS of which I thought was already activated with the activator, but something tells me that it is not pre-activated and needs the addition of the activator.
Can you tell me, does the 24 drops of AMS need also 24 drops of the "activator"?
Please advise and thanks,
"Don’t use rubber droppers, since these don’t have enough resistance to sodium chlorite’s alkaline pH and in time rubber can dissolve in the liquid, leaving particles in dissolution. Also, they are not adequate as droppers since drops are too large."
I saw tiny particles in AMS SC bottle and throw it away. It works but i don't like use if i see rubber particles in the SC liquid. Just order next time somewhere else but i don't recommend this type of bottles.
This AMS shop is removed from the shops list. I don't know if the reason is this but it might be.
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