I see MMS mixture timings from 20 seconds to 3 minutes. I noticed less nausea with waiting 3 minutes vs. the G2C recommended 20-30 seconds. The dosage I am up to is 3 drops. I read from a site discussing MMS fundamentals that one should wait at least 3 minutes prior to adding water or diluted juice. Would like to learn some thoughts on the topic
The G2C recommends using 4% HCL to activate MMS for 30 seconds which is called MMS1. This info is in Jim Humble's latest book,the only G2C official & most up-to-date resource for using MMS and it's protocols.
The website where you learned that MMS activation time should be 3 minutes is probably quoting very old info when 10% citric acid activator was used years ago.
The difference between activating MMS for 20 seconds and 3 minutes is that you get more CLO2 and less MMS & activator the longer you activate. If you activate MMS with 4% HCL in water, you get CDH, which is 50% activated after about 12 hours. Of course there is a recipe
for making CDH. MMS activated for 30 seconds releases about 10% CLO2 and the other 90% may be released in stomach acid.
If you are using 50% citric acid activator you may experience more nausea with 20 seconds activation vs 3 minutes because there is more residual citric acid at 20 seconds. There will also be more residual MMS at 20 seconds than 3 minutes.
Experiencing nausea is also a sign of overdosing. Protocol 1000 maxes out at 3 drop hourly doses, but 3 drop doses may not be necessary to recover health. Some people have recovered from stage 4 cancer taking only 1 drop or less MMS1 hourly doses. If you experience nausea with 3 drop doses, then reduce the number of drops until nausea stops.
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