Thanks very much for posting this!! Folks this is the new method of making MMS that Jim was talking about.
Incredibly simple and easy. I looked up some recipes for saline solution and found these. There are various recipes, Kalcker just says "saline solution" and I think the standard one is .9% sodium chloride in water. Probably any of these recipes would work.
saline solution .9% salt
Saline Solution Recipe: This is also called normal saline, or physiologic saline solution. The names all mean that the concentration of sodium chloride in the solution is very close to the same concentration of salts dissolved in the cells of the body, so the solution does not cause water to pass into or out of cells it comes into contact with leading to cell dehydration or swelling. This recipe is recommended for irrigation of wounds, soaking ingrown toenails, and such uses, but not for contact lens care or other uses where strict sterility is needed. For these “clean” but not sterile uses tap water is adequate. Better to use distilled water, but tap water is OK for most uses.
1/3 tsp non-iodized salt +250 ml boiled or distilled water (one cup is 240 ml and is close enough for most purposes.
For larger amounts use 1 liter boiled or distilled water + 1 1/3 tsp non-iodized salt.
More Nasal Irrigation Recipes (5/97)
a. The magic recipe: 1 tsp of salt, and 1 tsp of baking soda to one quart of water...shake well! This is our CF clinic's recipe.
b. My ENT gave me a recipe calling for 1/2tsp salt + 1/4tsp baking soda to 1 pint sterile (boiled) water. 1 pint=2cups.
I don't know what the CF and ENT mean. Those were just abbreviations that were on the post I copied. They are some sort of medical experts. I just thought the recipes were good.
when you buy the stuff at the store it sometimes has preservatives added to it. I am going to try this tomorrow and I put 1 tsp of sea salt into 800 ml of filtered water, that I then put into the refrigerator. I bought some 1/4 inch stiff plastic tubing and rubber stoppers and a needle used for pumping up balls with an air pump at the Home Depot hardware store and put it all together with a couple plastic bottles I have.
Not sure about CF (cystic fibrosis?), but ENT is the abbreviation for an ear, nose and throat doctor.
In WA state (where I live) one cannot purchase the 0.9% saline solution in any decent amount without a doctor's prescription (I call this the "nanny" state! - love the area, have lived here 3 years, but too much regulation!) - I could find it already infused into little pads for wound care, and in a small metal container which would allow me only a 1 "squirt" measure at a time, and was considerably less than a quart. Also, the eye and the nose saline formulations have different saline %s based on the ph of those organs (the pharmacist told me) - so I'm glad to have the recipe, thank you guys, very much!
17 Nov 2011 17:36 - 17 Nov 2011 17:40#8282by Michael Harrah
Just generated my first batch of 800 ml of CDS (chlorine dioxide solution). I put 1 tsp of sea salt into 800 ml of filtered water, that I then put into the refrigerator. I bought some 1/4 inch stiff plastic tubing and rubber stoppers and a needle used for pumping up balls with an air pump at the Home Depot hardware store and put it all together with a couple plastic bottles I have.
The plastic tubing and bottles started out as clear but they are permanently yellow now, but I have some good CDS!
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