Question chlorine dioxide %

28 Feb 2018 11:04 #57754 by Robert P
chlorine dioxide % was created by Robert P

I'm a little confused here in the UK.

I bought some chlorine dioxide - see picture - & when I mix the drops together it turns yellowy green. I have been taking it for 3 days & notice my reflux has gone, my tongue is a nice hydrated pink, I'm sleeping better BUT . . . . . on inspection the number 1 bottle ingredients say 'sodium chlorite 2.9% (active chlorine dioxide precursor)'

Isn't the correct % supposed to be 22.4%?

The number 2 bottle ingredients 'ortho phosphoric acid 5% . Hydrochloric acid 4%'

Thanks for any answers!

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28 Feb 2018 19:35 - 28 Feb 2018 19:57 #57757 by CLO2
Replied by CLO2 on topic chlorine dioxide %
RobertP, your experience just shows what can happen when very low doses of CLO2 are taken. I have heard that some people with stage 4 cancer have recovered their health taking only 1/2 drop to 1 drop MMS1 doses.

When following Protocol 1000, most users think they must increase dosing up to 3 drops of MMS1 per hour when in fact they may not need such "high" dosing. Protocol 1000's maximum dosing is 3 drops per hour - but, getting to that dosing level is not a goal.

You have purchased a water purification kit that produces some CLO2. You did not purchase MMS, however. In Jim's latest book he describes how to test that the MMS (sodium chlorite solution) and activator you purchased is strong enough. If the color is yellow with say, 3 drops of each ingredient, you are not getting the normal amount of CLO2. After 30 seconds of activation you should see an amber color.

I know it is difficult to buy MMS in the UK, so why don't you try purchasing from one of the G2C sacrament suppliers. This one will ship MMS and activator world-wide.

Other suppliers can be found by clicking on the orange button at the top of this page.

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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28 Feb 2018 19:59 #57758 by Robert P
Replied by Robert P on topic chlorine dioxide %
Thank you very much for your informative reply.
I'll be purchasing the mms.

Warm regards


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