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Old 12-26-2007, 02:16 PM
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I'd love to know how to do this
. anyone have the process?
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Old 12-27-2007, 04:38 AM
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The process is in Jim Humbles book Part 2.

I have made it at home but the biggest problem is getting the stuff.
I got the sodium chlorite flakes from global light but they don't sell it any more.
Other wise I would have had to drive 450 miles to get some. Chemical companies only ship very small amounts.


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Considering its price it probably is not the worth the effort to make your own.

Still it would be nice to know exactly how it is made.

I seem to recall reading that the sodium chlorite flakes are flammable and this makes some shippers reluctant to ship it.
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I am new here. I am going to start drinking it soon. Now, I bought it from ..., so isn't that good enough as making it at home? All I have to do is add some citric acid right?

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Yes, and get used to the taste. I started out with vinegar and water. Yuck, phooey.
Then went to citric acid and water. Better, not good, but much better.
Next tried citric acid and organic (no Vit. C added) white grape juice. A lot better tasting. Although it still ruined the taste of some very good tasting grape juice.
Currently I am using citric acid and organic apple juice. The apple juice does an excellent job of masking the taste.

I am using MMS at a 6 drop level.

Now need to work on the smell.

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what kind of applie juice works the best?
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Red ones I believe, that is what’s on the label. Seriously I doubt that it makes any difference. The main thing is that it has is no vitamin C added.
Also, to make it last longer, it still works well by diluting it half water half apple juice
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