× MMS: sodium chlorite (NaClO2) 28%
MMS1 or Activated MMS: chlorine dioxide (ClO2)

Question MMS Basic Protocols

22 Feb 2011 22:50 #792 by brtanner
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Hi Steve,

This may or may not be so. It certainly doesn't explain why Jim initially had disappointing results working with malaria sufferers until he learned about activation.

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22 Feb 2011 23:16 #794 by Steve
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I have my thoughts on that Bruce....

I am speaking of an already activated solution.
But if you ever mix unactivated MMS with HCl use a loooong stick... LOL
Its quite spectacular.

To finish what I was saying... The chlorus acid that has been produced won't gas off, it's already what it is.
I was speaking to any left over solution that hasn't activated. (if there even is any). The poster was concerned that activation wasn't complete.

But I'll bet you dollars to donuts sodium chlorite gives it all up in HCl. (of course all this depends on the stoichymetric ratio)

I do think that the chlorus acid created by Jim's protocols are a key part in why this works, it's the pre-activation that gives it the benefit.

One of the things many people don't realize is that there are different parts to MMS... there's unactivated MMS (sodium Chlorite), but when it's activated
everyone thinks it's just chlorine dioxide, and part of it is, but part of it remains as chlorus acid. This gives up the remaining chlorine dioxide at a slower rate,
possibly even into the gut.

Now as you know, I'm not a chemist, or a great brain at this stuff.... this is what I have gleaned over the last couple years, through chats with Jim, and others, and my own research.
I could be wrong about some it, but I'm pretty close. I don't believe anything I have said is at odds with Jim's thoughts on it. I have the utmost respect for him, his work, and his knowledge on MMS and it's abilities.

Regardless of the actual mechanics and processes, this is great stuff, and whatever makes it work, and no matter how it works, what matters is it works, and works well.
2000+ people I have worked with or dealt with, and never had anyone say it didn't help, or make them feel better.

I'm argumentative and long winded..... but I am an advocate of both MMS and Jim.

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23 Feb 2011 00:05 #795 by brtanner
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Now, that was a fun read, and definitely grounds for further research...

Now, where did I put that long stick? :woohoo:

Oh, and BTW, Steve, if some of the people you worked with want to put testimonials up on this forum, that will really rock.

B

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23 Feb 2011 00:22 #796 by orv
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Thank you for your help. On the topical spray i've used many times for great results. Haven't yet used with dmso but willing to try, I have some 99 % grade in a glass bottle now. I poured dmso in a plastic measuring cup once and it looked like it was disfigureing it and so I put it under water rite away and it discolored it. So my question is in using a sprayer which is plastic have you had any problem with the plastic parts of the sprayer ? Also on oral health you mentioned can be followed with Dmso diluted 50% with water . by spraying dmso by itself mixed with water after spraying by itself mms activated ? Just need exact cliarification thanks Orv

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23 Feb 2011 01:23 #797 by Steve
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Use glass or HDPE plastic for DMSO.

The Blue and Green PET bottles don't work well. Nor does the stiff PET like the measuring cups are made from. DMSO is sold by the manufacturers in HDPE , similar to bleach bottles.

Most sprayers are ok, they have nylon, or HDPE in them..

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23 Feb 2011 01:34 #799 by brtanner
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Jim Humble recommends spraying the DMSO out of a plastic sprayer and rinsing it with water after use so the plastic in the spray head doesn't get hardened. Otherwise, go for it. The big question with DMSO and plastics is does the solvent leach toxic plasticizers into itself.

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