Can CDS 3000 ppm be deluted before drinking? (newbe)

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13 Mar 2018 14:40 #57934 by jbasecki
Hi, I am driving for living and would like to prepare 2 fresh bottles of CDS (overnight method) each evening to take with me each morning. I am new and could not find answers to the following:
- Does MMS and Activator need to be kept in refrigerator after openning?
- Is it ok to delute the CDS 3000 ppm in the moring with additional woter (to make my bottles)?
- if not, is it ok to put 2 drops of each in the small glass (with some water) amd place it in a jar (again, with some water) and assume that the morning result is ok as long as the colors mutch? (Obviously I would then have enough water in the jar to fill my two bottles) (I do not have testing strips or Gerterate (:)

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13 Mar 2018 20:19 #57938 by Tiaan
It doesn't have to be kept in the fridge. It can be, but activation takes longer then. Room temperature is enough. Cds has to be kept in the fridge below 11 degrees celcius.

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13 Mar 2018 22:10 - 13 Mar 2018 22:16 #57945 by CLO2
jbasecki, you must dilute CDS with water before ingestion. To make up a daily bottle of CDS, add about 120 ml (4 fl oz) of water for each dose you will ingest from that bottle plus whatever amount of CDS for your current hourly dosing times the number of doses you will take out of that bottle.

For instance, if you have 3000 ppm CDS, you could start with 1 ml of CDS mixed with 120 ml (4 fl oz) of water for each hourly dose. That would be equivalent to about 1/2 drop doses of MMS1 if you are following MMS protocols, and your stomach can produce normal amounts of HCL. (The requirement for normal amounts of stomach acid is only for MMS1 as CDS is fully activated and does not need stomach acid nor does stomach acid affect CDS)

If your bottle can hold 8 hourly doses, you would add 8 ml of 3000 ppm CDS to 960 ml (32 fl oz) of water to a 1 liter (1 quart) bottle (for this example). Mark the bottle into 8 equal parts for easy hourly measuring of doses.

CDS will keep a long time if kept cold (below 10C (50F)), and away from sunlight. Above that temperature CDS gas will more easily escape out of the water solution. Take off the bottle cap only long enough to take out CDS or an hourly dose. Of course, a well-sealing lid/cap is important for storing CDS and for daily bottles.

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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