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1. Make an MMS solution by activating 10 drops of MMS with 10 drops of 50% citric acid or 50 drops of 10% citric acid. Wait 20 seconds for the 50% citric to activate or 3 minutes for the 10% citric to activate. Add 20 drops of water or less and add one tablespoon of 70% DMSO and immediately spread the mixture over one arm or leg.
In conclusion, all this means that for topical application you spray the MMS on and then go over the top of it with 70% DMSO. There is no pre-mixing of the two or ratios to be concerned about. However, if you want to experiment and you do pre-mix, then be sure and use it within a couple hours.
1. Make an MMS solution by activating 20 drops of MMS with 20 drops of 50% citric acid or 100 drops of 10% citric acid. Wait 20 seconds for the 50% citric to activate or 3 minutes for the 10% citric to activate. Add this solution to only one ounce of water and then spray or spread some of it liberally over one arm. (See step number 4 below for extra sick people).
2. At this point, it is best to spray 70% DMSO over the top of the MMS on the same area and then gently rub and spread it. If you pre-mix the DMSO with the MMS, which is practical sometimes, it will have a shelf life of about 6 hours only. You can put a plastic bag over your hand to rub the solution into your body, or you can just use your bare hands.
The compatibility of DMSO with various materials is listed below:
• Compatible: LDPE, HDPE, polypropylene, PPCO (polypropylene copolymer), polymethylpentene, nylon, teflon FEP
• Moderately compatible: polystyrene, ECTFE/ETFE
• Incompatible: polysulfone, flexible and rigid PVC tubing, polycarbonate