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Accurate Preparation of Chlorine Dioxide Solution

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2 years 8 months ago #137 by CLO2
Accurate Preparation of Chlorine Dioxide Solution

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2 years 8 months ago #140 by Scott_McRae
So what Stephan is saying then, is that the correct amount of citric acid to be used is actually 25% if you want to use a 1 to 1 ratio. I agree and disagree. I think it depends upon what you're trying to accomplish. Even if you use 50% at a 1 to 1 ratio, you're still not going to extract all of the CLO2 available in a drop of SC. If you're using your SC to generate CLO2 for a bath, this is less than ideal because for a bath, you want more CLO2 and not less. And then if you're consuming your mix, you might want more or less depending on your needs.

So what is actually "accurate" depends on many things and what is actually accurate depends on the application you're going to use it for.

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2 years 8 months ago - 2 years 8 months ago #141 by CLO2
Others, including Andreas Kalcker, says not to use citric acid at all to activate MMS. Instead, 4% HCL is recommended and I think Jim is now also saying that, too. Manufactured citric acid is not the same as citric acid from lemons. Using lemon juice works to activate MMS, sort of, but then lemon juice turns around and kills the CLO2 because it is an antioxidant!

Here is part of Andreas' thoughts on citric acid from his book (in Spanish). This is translated by Google Translate, so the English is not so good, but you will get the message:

"I must say that 50% citric acid has proved too strong and lowers the acidity of the mixture (more acid chlorite). Therefore it is can cause intestinal discomfort. And the reason that preference, for a 1:1 mixture of sodium chlorite with citric acid, the concentration of the latter (citric acid) is a maximum of between 33% to 37%, depending on the temperature and time exposing the mixture. The reaction is faster at higher temperature and slower with a lower ambient temperature. Consequently, slight variations may occur in the results. The pH changes slightly depending on the temperature, by expansion and density change.

Another problem with 50% citric activator, the reaction is made in just 20 seconds. This means that a large part of the chlorine dioxide is released directly into the air, to rapidly saturate by the small amount of water in the droplets of the two liquids. And this is an effect that we do not want: what it claims is that the chlorine dioxide remains in the water and evaporates so easily. Therefore, if we use an activator TOO strong, we will release an amount of chlorine dioxide TOO quickly. And at a temperature above 11C° it evaporates easily.

After the experience with using this activator during these years, we have seen that the optimum reaction time is approximately 30 seconds to a minute. Why a minute? If one minute, we have a color gold turns out to be a perfect blend for use in therapeutics. Chlorite remaining which has not yet reacted, it will then be with stomach acids. This is not a hypothesis."

"Based on the results of this research, I concluded that the best activator for the yield of chlorine dioxide is muriatic acid (HCl) at 4%. This, for several reasons: firstly, because it is basically the same acid that our own stomach uses to digest and therefore should not cause adverse reactions.

Second, because the residue remaining after the corresponding reaction is common table salt, and sodium monocitric residue resulting from the reaction with citric acid.

Acid citrus can cause diarrhea when ingested at high doses and with doses which are necessary in the treatment of serious diseases. In the long term it could even produce an unwanted intestinal acidosis. This diarrhea, as already noted, should not be confused with a Herxheimer reaction, which can occur at the beginning of treatment when the body tries to evict rapidly all the accumulated toxins, which can not be considered as unwanted effect."

Recently, Andreas tells me that his book will be available in English. I am looking forward to getting a copy!

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/mms1_equates_to_cdh_and_cds.pdf
Websites: MMSinfo.org * www.facebook.com/groups/ebolacures/
YouTube Instructional Videos: www.youtube.com/channel/UCXv6hCnvjMmGg4_AYq4wlNw
Answers to many questions are in Jim Humble's books: jhbooks.org/
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