Another example of choosing the most appropriate Sodium Chlorite Solution (SCS) for a particular application. In this case, an enema, MMS1 is probably not the best SCS to use. CDH or CDS may be better. In one of the G2C's newsletters Jim credits CDS as the best SCS to use for a spider bite he once had.
In Jim Humble's new book, the MMS Health Recovery Guidebook, Jim discusses the benefits of doing MMS1 enemas and explains how to do them using MMS drops that are activated for 30 seconds. Because of the shorter activation period, about 10% of the sodium chlorite is converted to CLO2 which is about 1/5th the amount of CLO2 per drop of MMS found in each ml of CDH.