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What is doing the work?
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Published: 13 years ago
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What is doing the work?

me1101 requested that I post this here.

Stabilized electrolytes are made with water and sodium chloride (salt) and has been branded as being nothing but salt water. However, it is the chemical product of these molecules - sodium chlorite - that is the miracle worker. Sodium chlorite (NaCLO2) is a precursor to chlorine dioxide (CLO2), which does much of the work.

People on the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement forum and debate should start expanding their searches, they will find much to validate what they are doing... this link deals primarily with hydrogen peroxide.

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