T) When you pass chlorine dioxide through water.......but the chlorous acid remains intact. You have the same issues with ingesting chlorous acid that you have when ingesting HCl.
OK, I am not a chemist and I will take your word for it.
T)However, dilute HCl treatment revolves around injecting the solution into the blood and muscles.
That is correct, but not complete. The document I have pointed to also includes the use of minerals in frequent minuscule dosages administered while dissolved in HCl a la Dr. Guy, either orally, or more efficiently by injection. According to his reports and clinical experience of a fair few, they do a more permanent job by restoration of the body production of HCl, as opposed to straight HCl.
This is something which no ClO2 in any form can possibly achieve in a body suffering from severe depletion of mainly potassium. In oral application, the HCl serves the purpose of ionic separation of these minerals allowing their absorption through the stomach wall into the bloodstream, before the solution passes into duodenum, where it is neutralized by bases.
HCl serves the same purpose directly in the blood stream, when injected ladden with these minerals either i.v. or i.m..
The functions of this method are multiple, naming but few: sterilization, increasing the phagocyte quantities and activity, dissolving salt deposits in soft tissues, increasing the red blood cell O2 content and capacity of red blood cells to exchange CO2 and increasing the over all metabolism rate. That is for HCl.
As for the minerals, potassium for rejuvenation of stomach acid production is the most important, ferrous chloride in case of severe anemia etc. These are pretty much targeted per patient, although some go across the board by statistical assumption of the problem, rather than a diagnosed proble.
Now, I am not going to start reinterpreting aspects and impact of the articles here. I am not interested. It is up to anyone to do so and draw their own conclusions should s/he desire. But it is not a coincidence, that speaking statistically, smart people live longer.
T) Jim Humble tried using Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
via IV. He experienced adverse reactions. Unfortunately he doesn't understand purity, nor does he understand dilutions.
I agree. He has for all the practical purposes depleated his blood stream off HCl, as little as there is. If he used citric acid
to activate the injections, he has done himself a fair disservice. If he had used HCl, he vould have been much better off. His Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
has few excellent merits and can be developed for the better. But the question is who, and how much?
This who and how much is entirely avoided due to the works of Dr. Guy, Dr. Ferguson and others in HCl therapies. It has been published and it is too old to be patented etc. It is quite simple, ingredients cost less than peanuts and are miscible on the kitchen counter top. All there is needed is to put a good brain to use and do as presented. I have by now figured out all Dr. Guy's formulas, so I have proven that it is doable from the information contained thereof and other versions of reprints available on the net.
There are 108 case reports in those articles to indicate what was done and what it has achieved, even though very few statements are made for the efficiency of the methods applied.
Yet, the statement is repeated many times over, that the method does not cure by directly killing off pathogens, or masking the symptoms. It explicitly points to the fact, that it woks by allowing the organism to come beck on line on its own by added support of HCl as the ionization of the blood stream, lymph system and tissues and therefore relatively fast readjustment of the failing metabolism. This can be also derived from the reported cases of recovering people from organic poisonings i.e. scorpion etc. This is where its real strength is, as opposed to oxydation of pathogens by Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
, ozone, Hydrogen-Peroxid
Therefore, I am not all that interested in MMS any more, even though I still use it for some purposes.
With kind regards, Slavek.