I'm new to MMS as well. I also see a yellow color and not amber when using MMS with HCl activator at 1:1 ratio. However, just as experiment, I dropped 2 drops of MMS but used only one drop of HCl ....then I got the amber color. That would be 2:1 ratio. I am curious what the ppm would show...I don't have test strips.
Also, curious to hear from MMS expert that answers your question. So, I subscribed to this feed. Thanks for asking!
So, I just did what you suggested, and my color was darker, too. It tested at about the same - 10ppm. Then, I tried 3:2, and it tested a little more it seemed. It wasn’t until I did 6:3 that it was a solid 25.
Obviously the more MMS in the solution the higher the number, but it was my understanding that 3:3 should be at 25. I’m no scientist, so maybe I’m doing something wrong.
I joined today because I couldn’t find the answer. There are certainly lots of people concerned about the color thing. Thanks for joining the search.
Good to hear that you found the right formula to use the drops you have. Seems it is double the MMS to the HCl to get the correct ppm. What test strips did u order? And can u give me a link that tells about the 25 ppm needed in the water? I must have missed that in my research. But like u, I want to do it right!
Thanks very much for the question and feedback!
How to test and the proper ppm are in the MMS Health Recovery Guidebook. The section titled, Testing to see if liquids are compatible with MMS1. Step 2 in that section reads, “When you use 3 MMS1 drops in 4 ounces/120 ml of liquid, your number as indicated by the color on the strip, should be between 25 and 50.” Mine isn't even 25, much less 50.
I don’t know if it’s advisable to reduce the HCL, though. The book stated over and over to mix equal parts. So, I would want to clear that with someone who knows.
BTW, I was able to find contact info through Facebook and reached out to whomever operates that online store. They are super helpful!! We’ve been emailing back and forth, and hopefully they can help me (us) figure it out.
I have Jim's older book...3rd Millennium
They were still using citric acid activator and I hear that tastes awful.
I found the instruction video on how to use the test strips on YouTube.
Looking to learn what you learn.
A few years ago I tested
the CLO2 content of 3 drop MMS1 doses using four different activators vs activation time. The highest amount of CLO2 I found at 30 seconds activation time was when using 4% HCL. The top chart shows about 19 ppm at 30 seconds when 4% HCL was used and the solution volume was 120 ml. The bottom chart shows the amount of CLO2 which is about 2.3 mg of CLO2.
Note that to compare CLO2 concentration numbers (ppm) you need to specify the volume of solution used. That is why it is better to compare amounts of CLO2, which are expressed in milligrams of CLO2. The formula is simple: Dose (mg of CLO2) = CLO2 ppm x solution volume (liters). For the case mentioned above, that would be: 19 ppm x 0.120 liters = 2.28 mg of CLO2.
To get a little more technical, the maximum amount of CLO2 in 3 drops of MMS is 20.1 mg of CLO2. Since we have measured 2.3 mg, that means a 3 drop dose of MMS1 activated (externally - outside a stomach) with 4% HCL for 30 seconds releases about 11% of the available 20.1 mg of CLO2. The other 89% should be released in a stomach with normal amounts of gastric acids.
One last thing is the size of each drop of MMS and activator. For years Jim used 24 drops equals 1 ml of solution and that is what my testing was based upon. Today he says there are 20 drops in 1 ml of solution, which means drop size is 20% larger. Drop sizes would be 0.042 ml (24d/ml) vs 0.05 ml (20d/ml). Those can be measured quite easily if you use a 1 ml syringe when making MMS1 doses.
My testing of CLO2 concentration (ppm) was done using a photometer and not test strips. Test strips will give you an approximation of the ppm of CLO2, but would not be adequate for the testing I performed.
Wow!!! That is amazing! Great info. I'm going to study that, because frankly it's a bit complicated for me. But, I want to learn.
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?
Hi - I'm in the UK and bought the WPS combo of sodium chlorite and hcl and am having difficulty obtaining the required amber colour, the yellow persists. I've read the posts under this heading. Would it be fair to say that the critical thing is the colour, not so much as to how many drops of each etc, and if it takes more sodium chlorite to achieve that, then it doesn't matter what the ratio works out at as long as the colour is good? Or is that wrong? Thanks in advance!
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