JONSHER SAYS TO ME:
There is no chlorine gas formed internally with Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
or other acidified sodium chlorite
Hey Bruce. It is news to me that we are ingesting chlorine gas and I hadn't realised how toxic chloride was, I'll have to stop using the salt shaker!
You poor bastard jon, I didn't know you were that stupid, go back and learn to use your brain then try to understand at school, ill see in the next life, could not see any improvement in this life for you!
Sodium chloride (SALT) makes
sodium chlorate makes
sodium chlorite makes
Salt is also the raw material used to produce chlorine which itself .
Chlorine dioxide is a chlorine oxide...1 chlorine atom and 2 oxygen atoms.
Industrially, sodium chlorate is synthesised from the electrolysis of hot sodium chloride solution in a mixed electrolosis, NaCl + 3H2O → NaClO3 + 3H2
It can also be synthesised by passing chlorine gas to a hot sodium hydroxide solution. It is then purified by crystallization.
ClO2 explosively decomposes into chlorine and oxygen.
Acidified Sodium Chlorite (ASC) is approved by the FDA (21 CFR 173.325) as a ‘secondary direct food additive permitted in food for human consumption’ specifically as an antimicrobial intervention treatment for poultry carcasses, poultry carcass parts, red meat carcasses, red meat parts and organs, seafood, and raw agricultural commodities.
ASC is often confused with chlorine dioxide (ClO2), also approved by the FDA (21 CFR 173.300) as a secondary direct food additive largely because solutions ASC can, under certain conditions, generate small quantities of chlorine dioxide. However, by judicious selection of reaction parameters (nature and concentration of activating acid, chlorite concentration, catalysts, total titratable acidity) chlorine dioxide formation is typically minimized in true ASC solutions. ASC is a highly effective, broad spectrum antimicrobial, which is produced by lowering the pH of a solution of sodium chlorite into the 2.5 to 3.2 range with any GRAS acid.
ASC chemistry is principally that of chlorous acid (HClO2), which is the metastable oxychlorine species, which forms on acidification of chlorite. Once formed, chlorous acid gradually decomposes to form chlorate ion, chlorine dioxide, and chloride ion. It is hypothesized that the mode of action of ASC derives from the uncharged chlorous acid, which is able to penetrate bacterial cell walls and disrupt protein synthesis by virtue of its reaction with sulfhydryl, sulfide, and disulfide containing amino acids and nucleotides. The undissociated acid is thought to facilitate proton leakage into cells and thereby increase energy output of the cells to maintain their normal internal pH thereby also adversely affecting amino acid transport. Iodometric titration and UV spectroscopic methods must be used to allow an accurate determination of the active concentrations present in an ASC solution and to differentiate them from typical chlorine dioxide generating systems.