I have been applying the skin spray solution nightly all over my face with a cotton pad, leaving it on until the next morning, as a preventive measure against additional skin cancer cells developing. Jim Humble in his book does not mention that it needs to be wiped off. I saw in another post however, that it should not be left on for more than five minutes. Is it ok to leave it on overnight?
I also add a couple drops of DMSO to the two spots where I was told I have (non melanoma) skin cancer and leave that on, too, overnight. I have not quite decided what else to do in that regard but am looking into the patch protocol, etc.
Thank you and please forgive my many questions...
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CDS is 100% CLO2 gas in distilled water and if CLO2 is the magic in MMS, then I would want to use it topically.
MMS1 used outside the stomach (where there isn't any stomach acid to complete the MMS activation) is only 10% activated. So, what you are applying to your skin is a small amount of CLO2 and a lot of MMS and activator. Now, that combo may be useful, but I will stick with CDS.
I have removed a diagnosed pre-cancer on my head using full strength CDS plus DMSO in a couple of weeks time. It is gone.
You suggest using CDS full strength for face applicariion and the reasons you give make a lot of sense to me. I now have to learn to make CDS.
I’ve looked at the charts for equivalent dosing for CDS compared with MMS 1 dosing which you forwarded yesterday to someone who had a question about CDS protocols. There are two different tables, for ingestion and non- ingestion.
For INGESTION: 10drops MMS1 = 22.3 ml CDS.
For NON-INGESTION: 10 drops MMS 1 = 2..0 ml CDS
The latter would refer to the skin spray/patch, would it not? Jim Humble does not seem to make these distinctions for MMS 1.0, and the non-ingestion dose seems minute. How did you prepare the skin spray with CDS and how would you prepare the skin patch with CDS.
Thank you for your help as I am trying to grasp all of this.
Often I just use a cotton swap (Q-tip) inserted into a small bottle of CDS to soak up as much CDS as possible and apply it to my skin. If you are covering a larger area, you could use a cotton pad soaked in CDS. DMSO can follow that application and I usually use my clean fingers for that.
I have found that CDS applied to a problem area on my skin may not be very effective unless I break the skin around the area so it can penetrate into the skin, and even the blood system if I can get the area to bleed a little bit. This idea is similar to pricking the skin before an application of black salve.
For the Patch Protocol, I would saturate the cotton gauze pad with CDS as Jim's book describes when using MMS1. He recommends 7 minutes maximum contact time the first time the patch is applied, and if no negative reaction occurs, increase the time up to 15 minutes for the next application. I don't think that will be necessary if you use CDS.
For spraying the skin with CDS, I have used a small plastic spray bottle. Remember to keep CDS out of light and kept cold so when you use it, less CLO2 gas will escape.
Yes, the chart for non-ingestion use would apply for skin applications and other protocols as well, such as a Douche Protocol.
Those two charts you see almost made their way into Jim's latest book. In fact, they were included during the proof-reading period, but at the last minute he removed them! Perhaps they will appear in another publication some day.
I recently came to this site to learn more and have read a few posts of yours regarding CDS. I'm interested in topical use for general health. I didn't know it existed until coming here a few days ago. How do I go about acquiring it please? I'm in the UK, content to import if required. I'd also really like to find somewhere to get a suitable spray bottle with suitable plastic, no metal. Would you know where I can get this?
Hello Narnian. CDS was invented some years ago by Andreas Kalcker
who lives in Spain. You can make it using the same two ingredients used to make MMS1; MMS and an activator. My website
shows some ways to make it, and the best and safest way is the overnight method. I will be making a YouTube video on how I make CDS when I have some time.
So, you can make it or buy it by choosing a seller from the list on top of this page, "Buy MMS."
The plastic spray bottle I use does have a metal spring, but I don't see any corrosion on the spring and that bottle has had CDS in it for years. The spring could be stainless steel. Some of the vendors at "Buy MMS" may have similar or better spray bottles for sale.
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