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MMS solution still potent? 21 Apr 2017 00:18 #55472

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I recently just bought my second batch of MMS/citric acid. I decided to go with glass droppers this time. I used the first dose from my new bottles and decided to wash the droppers after. I noticed when I went to use my second dose their was still a 2-3 drops of water clinged to the inside of the glass dropper. Would this effect the potency of the solutions? Thank you.

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MMS solution still potent? 21 Apr 2017 04:46 #55476

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If you made a dose of MMS1 using those droppers, what is left behind would not effect your dose.

I presume the glass droppers are attached to a plastic cap which has a rubber/plastic bulb of some sort. In time, the MMS will dissolve that bulb and will probably end up in the MMS. I would not use those droppers to cap the bottles. Even the cap, if made from bakelite will degrade in the presence of MMS. Use a different cap and only use the droppers to dispense drops. Or, use plastic bottles with all plastic dropper tips to store and dose MMS.

You might consider using 4% HCL activator instead of 50% citric acid. Taste will be much improved and HCL will not bother your stomach as citric acid can.
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2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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