From Ken Adachi < Email >
March 26, 2016
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On 3/26/2016, Kay wrote:
Hello, and thank you for publishing your CDS prep instructions.
I found a YouTube method that seems to be similar yet simpler. Can you tell me if this will work or if I need to hot solution to make it right? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5UHdyeNCbI
I have an infection in my body that modern medicine doesn’t seem to get cured. I also have a friend who has a skin disorder that might wish to try it too.
Thanks for your kindness to help others.
Thanks for your note.
The guy who made the video is well intentioned, but he's not quite as clever as he believes himself to be. There are drawbacks and limitations to his technique. Someone else sent me this video some weeks ago and I explained the problems to him. I should have posted it.
Here's the problem:
1. The amount of gas coming off the 24 activated drops inside the syringe is not limited to the amount of gas you see inside the syringe. The gas is CONTINUALLY coming out of the activated solution inside the syringe. The gas is not building up pressure inside the syringe because the needle of the syringe is OPEN and the gas is escaping out of the syringe needle while he's talking and explaining what he's going to do. When he squirts the gas into the bottle of water, he's only inserting a SMALL portion of the available gas into the water and that's ALL he's infusing into the water, one syringe-full of gas. If he were to measure the chlorine dioxide concentration with a LaMotte 3002 Chlorine Dioxide test strip, he would probably see maybe 5ppm. That's too weak to be of any value.
2. If he drew the syringe plunger back a second time, he would see the syringe fill up again with chlorine dioxide gas. If he plunged that one into the water bottle, he would now have 10ppm, maybe. If he repeated the process 15 or 20 times, he MIGHT get up something near 100ppm, which is more useful in terms of concentration.
3. If you don't heat up the activated solution using a hot water bath, it will greatly limit the amount of gas that will come off at ROOM temperature. That's a second mistake he's making.
4. When you use the method I illustrated in my CDS article, with the hot water bath to stimulate more gas release, you can get up to 500ppm after running the process with an aquarium pump for maybe 45 minutes or so. You could probably get 100ppm after blowing into the tube by mouth for maybe 5- 8 minutes. Assuming you kept the water bath hot, you might 1000 - 1500ppm after 2-3 hours of aquarium pump time. You don't really need it that strong, though. 500ppm is plenty strong.
The method I show is the same technique that Andreas Kalcker explained in his video using the aquarium pump and the hot water bath.
It will give you a much higher density of chlorine dioxide gas in the water than the syringe technique demonstrated in that video.
Happy Easter, Ken
Dry Ingredients for making CDS water
If you make your own Sodium Chlorite and Citric Acid solutions by mixing the dry ingredients yourself with warmed distilled water, you can save about 50% off the cost of purchasing ready-made MMS solutions from vendors. For more information on how to obtain Sodium Chlorite flakes and Citric Acid powder or a complete, ready-made CDS Production Rig and 16 oz Boston Round Master Solution bottles, send an email or leave a voice message at 949-544-1375 and I'll call you back.
Some people think making CDS water is too complicated and ask if they can buy CDS water ready made. The answer is "yes," but most internet vendors charge about $20 for a single 4 oz bottle of CDS water of appproximately 3,000 ppm. With the CDS Production Rig, you can produce 64 ozs. (2 quarts) of CDS water for the cost of the distilled water itself, which works out to approximately $0.60 cents.
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