Sacramental Cleansing Water (MMS) Sodium Chlorite 4 oz. (Temporarily we must use 2 x 2oz. bottles)
One Bottle HCL (not activated) 4 oz. Dropper Bottle
How to use MMS
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MMS are the initials for Master Mineral Solution
This solution consists mostly of water with chlorine dioxide as a very weak solution - along with regular table salt and several other trace neutral chemicals, such as sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, and sodium bicarbonate - none of which are considered poisonous. The trace chemicals are neutralized by the acid that activates the chlorine dioxide.
Chemical Structure of MMS
It starts off as a 22.4% solution of sodium chlorite, made by adding sodium chlorite to water. The sodium chlorite can be bought from chemical companies already in water, or it can be bought as a powder. However, it is with the sodium chlorite from which chlorine dioxide is generated and diluted in water, thereby making MMS1. The chemical formula of sodium chlorite is NaClO2. Sodium chlorite is a very stable chemical. It has been stored in airtight containers for more than 20 years, and solutions of sodium chlorite are fully usable after being stored for 5 years in a closet out of the light. (YouTube video: How to make MMS: Sodium chlorite 22.4%)