MMS Methods for Water Purification and Disinfection

 

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  MMS Mixing Instructions and Dosage

For Water Purification

 

To purify spigot water:

 

Combine two drops of MMS with ten drops of citric acid or lemon juice. Swirl and wait 3 minutes. Then add it to one gallon (3.8 liters) of water to remove all germs, parasites, and most heavy metals and (fluorine dioxide is nearly impossible to remove even when water is distilled). The water will be odor free and purified within ten minutes after mixing. Two to five extra drops of lemon juice mixed with MMS before adding it to the water will speed the release of chlorine dioxide gas – the purifying agent. Purified drinking water has no health benefit (no nutrients are added) except that heavy metals and bacteria are removed from the water and any odors in the water are removed. The cleansing factor (ClO2 gas) disappears, reverting to become a few molecules of water.

 

 

 MMS Protocol

For disinfection on hard surfaces

 

For a 12 ounce bottle, use 120 drops of MMS and 560 drops of citric acid, wait 3 minutes and fill the bottle with water; you can also use it to spray various things.

 

 

Thank You

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer; This information is presented for educational purposes only and is not intended to be construed as medical advice, nor is it intended to lead anyone away from a qualified health practitioner. We make absolutely no claims to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. These products are for personal research and investigation. We cannot take any responsibility for those who may want to treat themselves. If you have a medical condition, we urge you to be supervised by a qualified healthcare professional of your choice. This product, along with all protocols, recommendations, and information have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. Not approved for human use or application. 

 

 

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