jrd, instead of using 50% citric acid to activate MMS, I suggest you try 4% HCL activator instead. Some people can't tolerate citric acid. And it tastes terrible!
I would try topical applications of MMS and not ingest it. Follow Protocol 3000 found in Jim Humble's latest book.
It starts on page 95. You can use MMS1, CDH or CDS. If using CDS, apply undiluted. If P3000 works for you, try adding DMSO on top of the topical application of MMS. I can suggest an excellent brand of DMSO.
HCL and HCl are the same, depends which font one is using. HCl might seem like HCi which is not correct for hydrochloric acid, so I always use HCL to be clear.
John, there is a list of sellers at the top of this page, BUY MMS. You will find 4% HCL available from many sellers. You can also buy on eBay clean HCL at high concentrations and dilute it down to 4%. If you do that, take precautions to protect yourself from high % HCL as it can be dangerous.
The usual ratio of MMS to 4% HCL is 1:1, one part of each. If you mix one drop of MMS with one drop of 4% HCL and activate for 30 seconds, that is considered a one drop dose of MMS1.
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