I'm wondering if CLO2 enters the bloodstream when inhaled into the lungs via the Cup Protocol. It seems like it would, just like oxygen does, but I don't really know for sure.
The reason I ask is that I've been using my CPAP machine to blow CLO2 vapors at my face, which I then inhale. After I take off the CPAP mask in the morning, the machine goes through a 30-minute period of gently blowing air through the tubing, perhaps to dry it out. I dump the water out of the humidifier part, and put in a very small glass cup with 8 ml of CDH in it, and reassemble the unit. This way, the vapors rising from the CDH get mixed with fresh air and are gently blown through the hose. I then direct the hose at my face and inhale the vapors.
Since the vapors are mixed with lots of air, the concentration is very mild and doesn't irritate my nose, throat or lungs (I can smell the CLO2, but it is faint). I do this for 10 or 15 minutes, sometimes breathing through my nose, and sometimes through my mouth. In order to minimize any possible damage to the plastic hose, I remove the small glass cup from the CPAP machine, reassemble it, and let it continue to blow fresh air only for the last 5 or 10 minutes.
I've only been doing this for a week, but I think it has had a positive effect on my chronic (but mild) sinusitis. I don't have any lung condition that I'm trying to treat, but I did wonder if the CLO2 would enter the bloodstream with this method.
CDS or MMS1 would probably work with this method, but I haven't tried them yet.
There's been threads on this topic if you do a search. There's protocols for nose, sinus, and bronchials. Below is the one for the lungs. I've learned the hard way that experimenting with MMS usually produces bad results. The stuff is powerful. Just follow the directions.
2. Inhaling Chlorine Dioxide Gas into Lungs
Follow these instructions carefully! Your lungs have no pain nerves and you can damage them without feeling it. Inhaling chlorine dioxide (CLO2) gas fumes must be done very cautiously.
Never, never use more than 2 activated drops for inhaling into lungs
Step #1: Put 2 drops of MMS in a cup, add 2 drops of activator, 4% HCL or 50% citric acid, and
cover the cup.
Step #2: Wait 20 seconds, then remove the lid and lift the cup to your nose.
Step #3: Take one breath through your nose. The minute you feel it bite, stop your breath.
Step #4: Take one breath through your mouth. Take no more than one breath at first. You should cough. It is what you need to do. Then you should cough the next morning. You need to get the stuff out of your lungs and coughing does that. Typically, not a lot of coughing is needed.
The following user(s) said Thank You: CLO2, fourfingerz
Thank you for your warning about not experimenting with MMS for fear of bad results, however I respectfully disagree with you. There are many examples of people who experimented with MMS and had great success. Truthquester and CLO2 experimented with it and came up with CDH. Andreas Kalcker experimented with it and came up with CDS. And, of course, Jim Humble experimented with it and came up with dozens of protocols.
I don't intend my little experiment to be anything that anyone else would want to try. I was merely explaining why I asked my original question: "Does CLO2 enter the bloodstream when it is inhaled"? I haven't gotten an answer yet, but I quess it's because nobody knows for sure or else it's such an obvious answer (yes) that it isn't worth the effort to reply.
Again, Nuffder, I do thank you for your warning. I will heed Jim Humble's advice to "go slow and do not overdo it."
After experimenting with CDH and CDS, I too have settled on two activated drops of MMS. It's quick and easy, and has plenty of ClO2 for inhalation. If I'm feeling lazy, I'll just put the small glass cup with the two drops in it next to the air inlet to the CPAP machine and let the suction of the fan pull it into the machine and out the hose.
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