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Bottle of Citric acid 50% and Sodium chlorite 22.4%
|Master Mineral Solution|
MMS is Sodium chlorite 22.4%. MMS1 or Activated MMS is Chlorine dioxide. The Chlorine dioxide is made with Sodium chlorite 22.4% and an activator. Activators most commonly used are Citric acid 50% or HCl (Hydrochloric acid) 4%|
|Master Mineral Solution 2|
MMS2 is Calcium hypochlorite, turning into Hypochlorous acid in water.|
Chlorine Dioxide Solution
|Chlorine Dioxide Solution|
CDS is Chlorine dioxide gas usually blown into one or more bottles of water.|
MMS - Master Mineral Solution - Miracle Mineral Solution - Truthful Wiki
Discovered by Archbishop Jim Humble in 1996 as an effective treatment for Malaria, and as understood in later times, a lot more. MMS stands for Master Mineral Solution. MMS was previously known as Miracle Mineral Solution and Miracle Mineral Supplement. More than 20,000,000 people have used MMS and hundreds of thousands of lives have been saved.
What is MMS
- MMS is Sodium chlorite 22.4% solution
- MMS1 or Activated MMS is Chlorine dioxide
- MMS2 is Calcium hypochlorite that turns into Hypochlorous acid in water
- CDS is Chlorine dioxide gas put into water
- CDH is Chlorine Dioxide Holding solution
How to make
Red Cross Malaria Cure Cover-up Scandal
Attacks on MMS and Responses
Notable books on MMS
Facts of Safety
- Since its discovery in 1996, with an estimated ten million people since then having tried it, used it and are using it around the world as this is written, nobody has so far been confirmed to have died as a result of taking MMS.
- Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) has an oxidation potential of .95 volts, which is the weakest of all the oxidizers that are ever used in the human body. For your reference, Oxygen (8O) has an oxidation potential of 1.28 volts.
- Chlorine dioxide is used to clean drinking water, meat and vegetables, all around the world.
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