I took the time to listen to you and Adam talk. Here are my comments to Adam...
I listened to your discussion with Bruce Crighton.
A couple of questions...
What testing did Jim Humble do that had him settle on a 28% sodium chlorite solution for Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
? I noticed that he gives a conversion for using "Stabilized Oxygen" in his book, but he pushes the 28% solution all the time.
Was he unable to get similar test results using other concentrations of sodium chlorite? I seem to remember that he was about 70% effective against malaria with unactivated "Stabilized Oxygen." What results did he get when he tested activated "Stabilized Oxygen?"
Jim Humble claims to have had 100% success with a solution that he says has about 1 PPM free chlorine dioxide. This dose was made with 0.71 ml (12 drops) of 28% sodium chlorite (MMS), and activated with 3.0 ml (60 drops) of apple cider vinegar. This was diluted with around 200 ml of water.
When I mixed up this dose, I ended up with about 3 PPM free chlorine dioxide, which is close enough.
Now, we have 100% success with malaria with a solution that has around, or slightly higher than, 1 PPM free chlorine dioxide.
Jim Humble then changed the activation acid to 10% citric acid
I challenge you to pick up some test strips that test for the concentration of free chlorine dioxide and check this modified Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
One source for ClO2 test strips is
Put 0.71 ml (12 drops) of Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
into a clean glass. Add to that 3 ml (60 drops) of 10% citric acid
. After 5 minutes of activation, dilute with 200 ml of water and test the free ClO2 concentration. What PPM of free ClO2 do you measure from this dose?
It is about 600 PPM. In fact, to get back down to around 1 PPM free chlorine dioxide, you have to dilute this dose with about 4 liters of water.
This brings up a question...
If Jim Humble had 100% success with malaria with a dose that had 1 PPM free ClO2, why has the protocol been changed to produce a dose with 600 PPM free ClO2?
Bruce is somewhat comfortable with a 1 PPM free chlorine dioxide solution, and Jim had 100% success with malaria with it. What testing did Jim Humble do to indicate the need for a 600X concentration of free chlorine dioxide?
By the way, if you drink a solution with 1 PPM free ClO2 in it, you will not experience nausea or diarrhea. However, if you drink a solution with 600 PPM free ClO2, your body will try to eliminate it as a poison. This has nothing to do with toxin die off.
In your conversation with Bruce, he suggested using a less hazardous 5% concentration of sodium chlorite. Let's see if there is any reason to do that.
To make a 1 PPM free ClO2 dose, using 28% sodium chlorite we need about 0.03 ml, using 5% sodium chlorite we need about 0.17 ml. This is activated with 10% citric acid
and diluted in 1 liter of water.
Another question, which do you think would be easier to measure? 0.03 ml or 0.17 ml? How about ease of measurement for those with tremors or poor hand/eye control?
If grandma goes to mix up a dose with trembling hands and spills some of the 28% sodium chlorite solution on her, she will end up with a chemical burn. This would not happen with the 5% sodium chlorite solution.
Airport security is known for not being reasonable. If you are carrying a small bottle of 28% sodium chlorite and they look up the D.O.T regulations on it, do you actually think they will listen to the possible health effects from this product?
On the other hand, there is no HazMat classification for 5% sodium chlorite, so there would be no questions asked.
Properly activated with 10% citric acid, the 5% sodium chlorite solution will yield about 6000 PPM free ClO2 out of an available 30000. Is it really best to use sub-fractional amounts of the 28% sodium chlorite solution? I have not seen any application that calls for 6000 PPM free ClO2. The 28% sodium chlorite solution will yield about 26880 PPM free ClO2 out of an available 134400 PPM when properly activated. This just seems totally out of hand... Whatever happened to the 1 PPM solutions that were 100% successful?
I understand that you and Jim Humble have some differences of opinion with Bruce, but when I stand back and look at things, he does make some very strong points.