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Yes, the ratio should be 1:1, one part of each if you are using 4% HCL or 50% citric acid. If you are using the old 10% citric acid activator, the it would be 1:5, one part MMS and 5 parts 10% citric acid.
Is it necessary to keep the MMS and Activator equal drops?
1. The size of drops is not that important as long as you use the same dropper all the time. You will be calibrating yourself to use MMS1 by following the Three Golden Rules. If you are not improving your health, increase the number of drops or move up to the next protocol in line with the HRP. If you are having Herx reactions, then reduce the number of drops.
A few questions:
1. The sizes of the drops do matter? Perhaps I should use a syringe?
2. If we're not making HCL in our bodies, we may be losing most of the benefit of MMS?
3. Most importantly, I want to know now (while I'm learning) is whether my drops are good or bad?
Where do you all get your drops? Maybe I should buy some more?