I am so grateful that I can buy sodium chlorite here! I do actually use my registered business name, and say that I am buying it for water purification purposes on my horse stud.
I understand why they have done this - we have the same situation here where it is illegal to post sodium chlorite unless it is in a liquid solution. Even then, due to the fact that it is classified as a corrosive substance there are all sorts of restrictions. When I purchased mine I either had to have it specially couriered or picked up in person.
In dry form there is a high flammability risk, which is why it can't be posted. Shipping it in liquid form is more expensive the moment you declare it due to the regulations. Maybe Global Light hadn't factored this into their initial pricing structure.
They still sell the "kit" of 14 bottles at a cheaper price -- "all you have to do is pour." Well, it wasn't mentioned but I would think we would also have to attach the labels ourselves if we want to (with my experimental uses, I don't need the labels).
It comes out to be less than $6 per bottle at sale price, and less than $6.50 at regular price. This is just about double of what we paid for when the kit had the powdered form. However, I would think the the shipping would increase dramatically because we have to pay for the additional 1.7 liters of water.
The maximum discount we can get for the prepared bottles is $10.80 each if we buy 24 or more bottles. (As in https://www.globallight.net/Mms-Mirac...upplement.html ). So we still get the product cheaper if all we do is pour the liquid into the individual bottles ourselves and attach the labels. I don't think it's such a bad deal.
So contrary to the claim cited by Arrow, I don't think it's greed that's really behind all this. When I got my first kit, the thought really crossed my mind that the sodium chlorite could be mistaken for cocaine, heroin or some illegal drug shipment. And more than half a kilo at that!
They might even be forced to stop selling the citric acid in crystal form, too?
For really clean teeth, brush for several minutes in activated MMS, then start dipping your MMS wet brush in baking soda, and brush. Use some of the MMS to swish between your teeth and gums.
Next time you go to buy mouthwash (and if you have a bad breath problem and use an alcohol-based mouthwash, the next time should be today), check the labels on the mouthwashes and look for “chlorine dioxide” or “stabilized chlorine dioxide.” Mouthwashes with chlorine dioxide or stabilized chlorine dioxide actually attack that sulfurous, 'rotten egg' smell that oral bacteria leaves behind and won't dry out your mouth.
NOTE: According to the makers of “ProFresh Oral Rinse,” their mouthwash is the “only” mouthwash on the market that actually contains chlorine dioxide, because they claim to have a patent that states that they have the exclusive right to use that chemical in a mouthwash. According to their literature, all other mouthwashes use 'stabilized chlorine dioxide' which is actually 'sodium chlorite,' a chemical used in the manufacture of chlorine dioxide. You be the judge! Manufacturers can “claim” anything, all that matters is which one works best for you!