Edwin, I have use CDS full strength on myself many times topically, even 10,000 ppm CDS and it works great. Recently, I was able to eliminate a doctor-diagnosed pre-cancer on my head in about 3 weeks time using full-strength CDS on the cancer spot.
Many other skin ailments I have had, have been successfully treated using full-strength CDS. I found it best to open the skin slightly at the area in question, causing a little blood to flow, and then apply a few drops of CDS, rubbing it in.
Full-strength CDS will not affect external, healthy skin.
One of the best uses for CDS is for external skin problems.
MMS1 and CDH might be a problem on skin because they both contain unreacted MMS (SC).
My boss says that she will take a picture of my eye every week or two to send to you.
While I am waiting for the MMS2 to arrive, I have rereading the pertinent sections of Jim Humble's Ebook. He says do not get MMS2 on our skin. Do I wear some kind of gloves while filling the capsules then? Thank you so much for your guidance.
Thank you for your advise; I will get a package of one of these kinds of gloves when the MMS2 arrives.
It is also good to know about smell containment; I might even have 2 glass jars that would fit the bill in which to store the filled capsules. When I bring the doses remaining for the day to work, I will put them in a double bag.
Thank you for the advise. The MMS2 arrived today, and I bought a box of powder-free latex gloves to use when filling the capsules.
Tomorrow when I start with my first dose, I will discover what you mean about the smell. The container that it is in may fit inside a glass jar that I already have. Otherwise I have some plastic bags,that I can put the container in that will hopefully help eliminate any smell. Since I am just starting out, I will not be filling many capsules at first until I am up to the recommended dose but will remember about capsules degrading.
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