"This solution is much more effective than the standard Miracle-Mineral-Supplement protocol and has the best chance of being effective in a transdermal application."
Just wondering what makes you say this? Why would less chlorine dioxide be more effective? Wouldn't it be the other way around?
And taking it transdermally, the only thing we need to worry about is the skin rash, isn't it?
I can see why you are suggesting a less potent solution for to be taken orally (to spare the gut) - but if one does not experience violent rashes by taking it via the skin, do you see any other dangers with taking it topically?