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I have not done any work with activated MMS as a liposomal solution as of yet, but I have CDS. I wanted to use Chlorine Dioxide test strips to see if CD was reduced afterwards. In theory, I should think that liposomal encapsulation would cause a decrease in Chlorine Dioxide readings on these strips.
I did some experimenting with CDS (chlorine dioxide solution) last winter in liposomal form. I was not too happy with the outcome. First, I mixed up lecithin to Brooks bradley specs and added CDS (with minimum of agitation) to it to get a 250ppm solution. Then I took the lecithin/CDS batch and put part in a ultrasonic bath in a sealed glass beaker--sonicating for 10 minutes. I took another batch and run it twice through an antique pharmaceutical homogenizer (because I was not sure if the ultrasonic waves would degas the solution) and then tested both batches with chlorine dioxide strips afterwards.
I found that both the ultrasonic batch (10 minutes sonicating) and the antique manual homogenizer produced similar results. They both seemed to reduce the ppm of CD in half after each's operation. If I started out with an unprocessed solution of 250ppm, the after-ultrasonic bath formula would test approx 100ppm. Same was true with the homogenizer batch. However, I also tested the unprocessed (neither sonicated or homogenized) lecithin/CDS formula that stood for an hour and found that the chlorine dioxide tested less in it as well, but not to the degree of the ultrasonic/homogenizer batches. Accordingly, I suspect that lecithin some how reacts with chlorine dioxide and degrades it--perhaps, lipid peroxidation? "Lipid peroxidation refers to the oxidative degradation of lipids. It is the process in which free radicals "steal" electrons from the lipids in cell membranes, resulting in cell damage." This leads me to think that CDS may be a very poor canidate for llipsomal encapsulation technology.
The final solution of liposomal CDS seemed to be much more whitish in color and more liquid as compared to the original yellowish color and viscous nature of lecithin or as it is seen in our lipo-C. This may be a clue that CDS is oxidizing the lecithin solution? I tested my liposomal CDS about a week after I made it. It has been stored in a sealed bottle in the frig and it read under 10ppm chlorine dioxide. So, it is degrading further and rapidly from the 100ppm of a week ago when ususally the opposite occurs with a liipo solution in storage. With normal liposomes, you get a breakdown of the liposomes in storage and a leaking of contents which would mean one should actualy see a higher ppm reading not a lesser one. Most curious!
Last edit: 05 Sep 2012 18:00 by polo.
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