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Re: 6.000 times the limit
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Re: 6.000 times the limit

Hello Bruce,

From those links, I see that we not only have studies involving rats, but we actually have human studies as well.

If we take a look at the human studies, it looks like people were given 0.34 mg ClO2 per kilogram of body weight for 1 day and they suffered no adverse effects.

If we are generating ClO2 from a 28% sodium chlorite solution and 10% citric acid , how much does it take to get to 24 mg of ClO2 (0.34 mg/kg X 70 kg (average body weight) = 23.8 mg).

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