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Thank you for you e-mail, CDI is not closely guarded, but the use is restricted to professionals and it will be explained in the CDS Book i am finishing right now.
CDS is tricky... equivalences with MMS are nearly impossible... stability changes... materials used...Ph changes...it is easy and complex at the same time. Actually there will be 2nd stage seminars for existing ministers soon. Raising Ph with unactivated MMS ( naclo2) is the technically best way in this moment. But we are working on it...
While Jim Humble was excited the idea of taking CDS without having to endure an unpleasant taste, Mark wanted especially by formula to inject it intramuscularly, in "two-legged animals." I told him I trod on land very dangerous because it is not a legal practice. He then said: "Andreas, what do you think? Is it okay to forget a dying person to which nothing left but to wait for death? Do you think better to administration of chemotherapy to these people when, most likely, is that die as a result of their nefarious side effects, before the cancer kills himself? Yes, not dead any cows 800, even with a dose of 80 ml, what are you waiting?"
Frankly, I did not know what to say. Deep down I knew that he had every reason in the world. Mark asked for advice on the proper formula to inject the CDS to a "Prussian pig" without pain in the area of injection. The injection in cows is much less problematic, because these animals are quite resistant to pain. And I had noticed, when treating a sick dog, the acidity of the solution was the main responsible for such pain.
From that moment, I started looking for a solution to counteract the acidity. The CDS, in full concentration, has a force of about 3000 ppm (three thousand parts per million) and pH of 5 to 6. I consulted many people, including Dr. Ron, that, according to Jim, did honor to his name, and he said he was due level the pH with bicarbonate. We supporting evidence and found, initially, that bicarbonate could correct acidity, increasing pH levels from 6.1 to 7.3.
However, the addition of the bicarbonate generated in a short time efficiency loss of chlorine dioxide, including maintaining the solution within the (?), indicating that efficiency loss was not due to evaporation, but a reaction caused by chemical bicarbonate.
His solution before my eyes and yet not seen. Chlorite sodium has pH> 12 is highly alkaline, which was perfect to reduce the acidity of the solution. We added a few drops of sodium chlorite (NaClO2), 2% at most, to the solution CDS. Roger told me he had a calf problem knees and wanted to inject directly locally. It worked great, and calf recovered in record time.
Thus was born the intravenous, intramuscular solution or interarticular to we call CDI: Chlorine Dioxide Injection. The veal used instead of serum-physiological diluted with seawater recessed with distilled water to two-fifths to CDS and CDI.
And though he had told them that the solution of CDS could not made public in time, as we were still in the process to test different forms of application, when Jim and Mark returned to the Dominican Republic were so excited that, upon arrival, published a newsletter, mass mail to the entire community of MMS.
When I saw him I was very surprised, because information they had published was not as accurate as it should be! And I started to think that if someone was to literally could be damaged. But the information was already running on the network and immediately started getting emails from people from all over the world who were asking questions.
So I decided to immediately record a video in which I try to explain the correct way to get and use the CDS, and hung it on YouTube!
Google translated from Andreas Kalcker's book "CDS - La Salud es Posible" pages 75-77