What is MMS?
How does MMS work and what is MMS actually?
If you want to understand how MMS works, you should know what Chlorine dioxide capable, because MMS is a mixture of Sodium chlorite 25% (with t and not d at the end of the name) and an acid (e.g. Hydrochloric acid 4% ), which is mixed in a glass and then reacts to form chlorine dioxide gas. You can do it too Chlorine dioxide set call. Immediately after this reaction, this mixture is mixed with water.
Note: MMS is therefore chlorine dioxide in an aqueous solution!
MMS is just an “art form” that Jim Humble coined. So it’s not a product name. So if I am looking for “MMS” and cannot find it due to the censorship of this disinfectant, I should look for this “CDH3000” or a kit for the production of chlorine dioxide. I use this chlorine dioxide set for this. It consists of sodium chlorite 25% + hydrochloric acid 4%. If you add the two components sodium chlorite and hydrochloric acid together, the mixture initially turns yellow and after this “activation process” (approx. 20-30 seconds) it finally looks brownish to amber in color. The time for this activation varies depending on the temperature of the room and the liquids. The warmer it is, the faster it goes. The chlorine dioxide gas, which is the actual active ingredient, namely chlorine dioxide, then rises above this liquid. You can smell that immediately. Finally, this mixture is poured on with at least 125 ml of water. The resulting aqueous solution is the fully activated “MMS” or chlorine dioxide in aqueous solution. This in turn is referred to as chlorine dioxide solution, which is designated with the letters CDL (chlorine dioxide solution) or CDS (chlorine dioxide solution – English).
Fluctuating concentration of MMS
During the activation process, which is carried out in a clean, dry glass, chlorine dioxide gas is already lost. As a result, the concentration of the solution prepared in this way fluctuates, depending on the course and length of the activation.
Subsequent dosing with different sizes of dropper is also not optimal. This is because they cannot make drops of uniform size. For this reason I only use the ready-to-use solution activated in a closed glass bottle, which is called “CDH3000”. Incidentally, this can also be conveniently removed from the closed bottle with a “CDH Doser” (similar to a syringe that fits exactly into the bottle neck insert) and doses at the same time. They are there too. This means that almost no more chlorine dioxide gas is lost! Thus, a more precise dosage is possible without great loss. Great invention. You can read more about CDH under “CDH-like MMS, just easier” in the link menu.
But now let’s continue with the classic “MMS”.
The choice of activator:
Hydrochloric acid 4% has now proven to be the best activator. The word “hydrochloric acid” triggers many people to think of a highly corrosive liquid that decomposes everything. A 35% hydrochloric acid would actually be quite corrosive. So of course I will not use such an acid. I use a hydrochloric acid 4% which can also be used as a food additive. This does not etch and only contains as much acid as I need to activate sodium chlorite. In addition, it is the most digestible and neutral of all activators. A long-standing “MMS dealer” at the time, who otherwise strongly advocated tartaric acid, reported in his news at the end of 2013 that there was no better activator than hydrochloric acid. Hydrochloric acid also occurs naturally in the body and is not, like citric acid, often obtained with the help of fungal cultures.
Activation with lactic acid 21%
Such a lactic acid 21%, on the other hand, has recently been used as an activator. This is even used by some in cancer therapies. Therefore, from the point of view of some, it is doubly suitable. However, the yellow coloration with subsequent brownish coloration is not so clearly visible in this case. However, only hydrochloric acid is permitted for drinking water disinfection.
What is the purpose of the activator acid:
The acid is only supposed to lower the pH value of the sodium chlorite from approx. 13 to below 9, so that the chlorine dioxide, which is required for disinfection, is then released. That is the point of adding acid. If you were to add the sodium chlorite to pure water, after a very long time it would activate itself on germs or algae and form chlorine dioxide, but not as strongly and quickly as when adding acid. For this reason it could also be used against algae. It is not only activated by an acid, but also by organic substances to form chlorine dioxide. However, if the water is fairly pure, almost nothing is produced. However, since algae tend to form in water that has been stored for a long time, the sodium chlorite would activate here and the algae would not be able to develop in the first place. If the water is acidic, the sodium chlorite would of course be more active. The process would be very slow without acidification. In animals that are supposed to take the MMS in their drinking water throughout the day but do not drink it activated, some users only add the sodium chlorite to their drinking water. If it is then drunk, it is activated in the stomach acid and organic matter. It would also be decisive which acid level is present in the body. If there is excess acidity in the tissues, it is also advisable to dose the hydrochloric acid with half the amount of acid. If I activate more than one drop of sodium chlorite, I only use half the acid ratio anyway. For example: activate 2 drops of sodium chlorite with one drop of hydrochloric acid 4%. Dr. med. Antje Oswald in the book: “The MMS Handbook”. Otherwise I use a mouth syringe with dogs. This is a syringe, of course without a cannula, which you fill with CDH and water and then slowly drip it into the dog’s mouth. I will write more about this in the MMS / CDH for animals section.
The preparation of sodium chlorite solution:
A sodium chlorite solution is sometimes made from NaClO2 powder and distilled or purified water. In Europe, it is mostly synthesized in a direct process and is therefore purer than the one made from powder. It would be a not-so-neat variant if it were made from powder. From my point of view, this is due to the fact that the sodium chlorite, once it has been manufactured and then made into powder again, contains additives so that it stays as a powder. These additives would only make the solution unnecessarily “impure”. Therefore I use this ready-made sodium chlorite solution 25%. This is produced chemically and directly and not via the detour of powder. The “sodium chlorite 28%” specified by Jim Humble at the time was the production from the powder with these secondary substances. With the sodium chlorite 28% that Jim used, we actually only came to a sodium chlorite proportion of 22.4 %. This means that the old version of Jim is more impure and had less potential than the 25% version, which actually contains 24.5%.
Common mistakes of many “MMS critics”:
Nowadays the so-called “framing” against unwanted alternatives is getting worse and worse. The critics apparently like to use wrong terminology or alleged arguments against chlorine dioxide solutions that are taken out of context. Actually, they aren’t even critics, because they should have solid arguments. However, these are not available.
Here is an explanation:
Chlorine dioxide is neither chlorine nor chlorine Chlorine bleach . Because chlorine dioxide does not form any compounds in the body with other substances, while chlorine would form a number of compounds in the body. Ultimately, this actually makes chlorine toxic. Chlorine bleach has a different chemical composition and a completely different chemical formula. Jim Humble therefore strongly advised against the use of chlorine bleach at his 2014 congress in Hanover. He sees it as a big problem that the criticism of “MMS” repeatedly speaks of “chlorine bleach”.
To be able to really bleach properly, chlorine dioxide alone would not be enough at all. This can also be observed by anyone who discolors their clothes with MMS and does not bleach them. It does not become completely white as a result. You also need a few other, harsher chemicals. With the false statement by critics that MMS is chlorine bleach, people could actually use chlorine bleach because they believed they were taking MMS with it. This false claim could really harm people. This damage would then be on the account of these “critics” because nobody recommends the use of chlorine bleach. Playing with fire. Actually, one should be able to assume that the critics know this exactly, because without knowledge, one should not express oneself. But from the conclusions of these “experts” it is clear that they have no idea what they are talking about. Or maybe even deliberately misrepresenting it? Could financial interests be in the foreground here?
An excuse could be found in the fact that the “critics” actually assume the dangerousness of the sodium chlorite powder, which is far more dangerous than a 25% solution. Then, however, “apples are compared with oranges”.
Whatever the case, practical experience shows at least another reality.
What does chlorine dioxide do?
It oxidizes (burns) bacteria, “viruses” and fungi in a short time. Oxidation is a process that our body uses itself to simply dispose of unnecessary substances, such as garbage disposal. What is oxidation again? I’ll put it here in a simplified way:
Oxidation is an electron transfer reaction in which the substance (reducing agent eg “viruses”, bacteria, fungi, “germs”) gives off one or more electrons to another substance (oxidizing agent – eg MMS / CDH) and thus “oxidizes the substance” “, so is reduced. So to speak, some electrons that hold the undesired object together are “stolen” from the disharmonious material. Or it is destabilized and then disposed of. As a result, the unwanted object breaks down into its individual parts, is no longer viable and can then be “disposed of”. From an energetic point of view, one could perhaps say that the chlorine dioxide brings a harmonizing basic energy into it and thereby improves the milieu in such a way that harmony and thus health is possible again. The object that is oxidized here cannot “do” anything against the oxidation due to the strength of the energy. Therefore, there is no “resistance” to MMS / CDH, as is the case with antibiotics, for example. The strange, disharmonious object is simply out of place and is thus ultimately suppressed. The energy of the chlorine dioxide only has to get to where it can then oxidize the object or where the disharmony is present. And of course the amount has to be sufficient.
Therefore, I often use it both internally and externally.
Here comes the principle: “Inside as well as outside”.
With MMS / CDH I support my immune system when there is no internal oxidative power. But you can also achieve a lot with it externally. I use a mixture of CDH3000 and water, each half mixed, i.e. diluted 1: 1 on the skin, because it penetrates the surface and oxidizes in the corresponding environment in the upper area of the skin. I take DMSO to intensify the depth and apply it to the skin after this solution has been applied, it intensifies the effect and allows it to continue to work in depth. I once read something about a depth of 2 cm that it should be able to penetrate together. Externally, the combination helps well with insect bites, cuts and even pain. More on that in the ABC of applications .
Another reason our bodies have problems is a lack of water and often healthy salt (such as Himalayan salt ). Both are of the greatest importance for all processes in the body. Those who drink too little will have problems, no matter what “means” they take. Without water, everything is nothing. One should not forget that. And without enough salt, the “electrical communication” in the body is disrupted. The attempt to determine whether there is water or not is something that many people are sure to know from school lessons. The conclusion was that water is only conductive if it contains salt. Otherwise not. The energetic flow in the body is of great importance. So it is water and salt as well.
Who discovered MMS?
Jim Humble had (re) discovered and documented the effects of chlorine dioxide on humans. Above all, however, he made his knowledge available to a broad masses. For many years he researched the quantities that are needed and came up with the present-day mixing quantities of sodium chlorite with acid. The effect of chlorine dioxide was first discovered a good 100 years ago. At that time it was only examined for disinfection purposes and not for use in the human body. Since its discovery, it has been used to disinfect water in waterworks and also to disinfect fruit, vegetables, fish and meat.
The MQL mixing ratio today:
Jim Humble has refined the mixing ratio for more than 15 years. Now a relationship has arisen which combines fewer drops with more frequent intake. This was different in the past. This has significantly improved tolerability. With good components, MMS, i.e. chlorine dioxide solution, can even be activated in a ratio of 1: 0.5. So you only need half the acid. In the stomach there is also gastric acid added. That is completely sufficient. In some cases (strong acidity) the sodium chlorite is taken with DMSO in water, without an activator.
Why aren’t “good” bacteria oxidized?
MMS is a relatively weak oxidant, with only 969 mV (redox potential mixture – oxidation potential). This is so to speak Frequency or energy . “Disease germs” (pathogenic microorganisms, cells that are not in harmony), as well as many other toxic substances, have an oxidation potential of less than 1000 mV and are therefore simply oxidized by chlorine dioxide, i.e. brought into harmony or disposed of. You could almost say that MMS / chlorine dioxide “CDL” works “selectively”. It’s just a fact of chemical action. The microorganisms and bacteria that are important and useful for us, which are needed in harmony with the system and live in symbiosis with us, are between 1000 and 2000 mV. Chlorine dioxide (MMS) cannot oxidize this at all. Even if it did this in isolation, it would be far less harmful than the use of antibiotics. By the way, “Anit Biotika” means: “Against life”. This not only kills everything, but is unfortunately mostly ineffective against resistant germs. There is no such resistance to chlorine dioxide. Even before then, the advantages are clear.
What else is chlorine dioxide used for, for example?
Disinfection of food (e.g. cheese, meat, fish etc.).
Disinfection in hospitals for staph infections.
Disinfection of transport containers.
Disinfection of drinking water and waste water.
Air purification for mushrooms and other toxic substances.
Water disinfection on expeditions / camping, hiking, outdoor etc.
In the so-called “hydrochloric acid – chlorite process”, hydrochloric acid and sodium chlorite are mixed. This process is approved for use in drinking water treatment, not only in Germany. Chlorine dioxide is used as a disinfectant, especially for disinfecting drinking water. But wastewater is also sometimes disinfected with chlorine dioxide. It is also used successfully to remove mold.
It was even used successfully in the USA to disinfect buildings in the event of an anthrax attack (anthrax spores), as well as against MRSA.
Of course, it can also be used for optimal disinfection in the household. Some people use cleaners that contain chlorine. You should not forget that everything that gets on the skin also penetrates the organism. Chlorine is harmful to the body. That’s why I prefer to use “MMS” in the form of chlorine dioxide in aqueous solution or as CDH3000 .
Since a side effect is an effect that occurs in addition to the intended main effect of a drug, one cannot actually speak of a side effect with chlorine dioxide (MMS / CDH), which is neither a drug nor a drug. The term overdose must be differentiated from the term side effects. This one would fit better here.
Thanks to its selective oxidizing ability, chlorine dioxide helps the “immune system” to oxidize, so to speak. If the system is weak, it will accordingly only be able to “use” the chlorine dioxide moderately. On the other hand, it frees you from the disturbances that led to weakness. So our system can finally work better again. In this way, organs could be relieved of stress so that they can then properly resume their work.
If my system is overwhelmed by the excessive elimination of “germs” with the help of MMS / CDH, temporary nausea, vomiting and diarrhea can occur. This is because the oxidized substances cannot be removed quickly enough. This can overload the liver and kidneys and can lead to nausea and vomiting if it happens too quickly. These symptoms, similar to a so-called “Herxheimer reaction”, then indicate to me that I have used too much MMS / CDH. This term doesn’t exactly describe this excessive demands on the organism, but Jim has always used it that way. If I have such a reaction, i.e. excessive demands with nausea and vomiting, I lower the amount until these signs have passed. Such phenomena occur depending on how stressed my organism is. For some, not at all. So for me it is a sign of high exposure to germs or even parasites when such reactions occur when taking small amounts of MMS / CDH. If such reactions occur even with small amounts of MMS / CDH, I take a full bath with 40 activated drops of MMS for half an hour. After that, the tolerance is much higher and I feel better right away. In the case of parasite infestation, according to Jim, one should first make an enema with increasing number of drops up to 30 drops. This is described in the ABC of Applications. But there are also “parasite protocols”. I can see that this excessive demand is only a question of, and not, as critics claim, poisoning, from the fact that these phenomena disappear in the further course. Of course, that would not be the case with poisoning. Either you are poisoned, then this always has the same effect, or it is simply an excessive demand that then disappears, even if I then continue to use it and increase the amount. My personal limit is 4 activated drops of MMS or 4 ml of CDH3000.
How can CDH / MMS be used?
There are many uses that can, or perhaps should, be combined. Always diluted with water, of course:
- Sprayer (external)
- Baths (full, foot or arm baths)
- Fumigating the skin
- Drops from the nose, eyes and ears
- Oral care (dental care, rinsing, gargling)
- Wound treatment (burns and other wounds)
- Inhalation (but never take a deep breath!). With or without an inhaler (see ABC of applications)
- Infusions (not without trained specialist staff)
Note: I only use an appropriate amount!
Literature about MMS:
Detailed information can be found in books by / about Jim Humble’s discovery, for example:
- “MMS – simply curing diseases”.
(Also describes the story of the discovery, but contains outdated instructions)
- “Jim Humbles MMS Mission” (seminar content with MMS instructions)
- “The MMS Handbook” by Dr. med. Antje Oswald
(easy to read for German understanding, also with good instructions and a holistic view)
- “(In) humanity in veterinary medicine” by Dirk Schrader, veterinarian in Hamburg (a very good read about what is going on in veterinary medicine. Also with good tips for small animal owners)
My opinions on the books are in brackets.
In the meantime, however, there are also new, more books. But I think that essentially nothing has changed.
Have fun with further research on this page and good luck.
All the best!