Just wondering if apple juice and possibly grape juice with no additives at all (as they are both very low in Vitamin C) in small amounts are still approved?
I did read where Kerri Rivera states only to administer with water. I do add peppermint drops and also have liquid stevia on hand, but it is very sweet and therefore I am not very keen. Another idea was using a peppermint sweet (if ok) and also holding nose while administering MMS.
Hoping someone has had experience using these or other workable and approved additives or could give any appreciated advise or feedback on the fore mentioned juices using about 50 - 75ml (if that is enough)? I am doing protocol 2000 and would like to try any suggestions to make the journey easier.
Jim Humble adds the drops to Pepsi for his daily dose (he told me in person). He does not use Coke... I can't remember exactly why he said he won't mix in Coke, there was a reason.
Martinelli's apple juice is really good to use, as is any juice with natural vitamin C ~ natural vitamin C is fine, just no added citric acid.
I want to encourage myself to take the MMS.
BTW, I water down the juice, only using distilled water.
HCL is a wonderful replacement for citric acid in activating, hope you are using it.
Ascorbic acid is natural, citric acid is man-made.
Ascorbic acid is fine when it's in a drink ~ when mixing MMS.
Citric acid contains no vitamin C, it's a preservative... thus, if the ingredients say "citric acid", don't use it.
We can use citric acid to activate MMS, but I guess when a drink has added citric acid then it dilutes the MMS too much to be affective.
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