MMS drops ingredients sources of supply – what to look for?

The most frequently asked question

One of the most common questions we receive is about a reliable sourcefor drinking water disinfection products based on chlorine dioxide for the production of MMS drops.

The supply is very opaque and old and altered formulations are offered with different concentrations than those currently recommended for MMS drops by Jim Humble.

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Chlorine dioxide products are legally approved worldwide, among other things, for the disinfection of drinking water and are legally available on the market. But please don’t ask vendors for MMS application protocols after Jim Humble! For legal reasons, they may not and will not provide any information on this. As described in the chapter “MMS for crisis prevention” and in the MMS tips of Ali Erhan’s free MMS e-book , for me, MMS drops belong in every household, even if you don’t want to do Jim Humble health applications.

Find the right source of supply

As many requests for sources of chlorine dioxide products come from many countries with different local manufacturers, suppliers, formulations and qualities, and as we cannot test all of them all the time, we recommend the brand as a source of supply.
AQUARIUS pro life.

*Note: The No1 CLASSIC (25%sodium chlorite and 4% hydrochloric acid) at AQUARIUS pro life corresponds to the classic and current MMS recipe according to Jim Humble. The
No3 CDSplus
belongs to the very well tolerated and long lasting new third generation of chlorine dioxide products. Ready-to-use second generation CDS is therefore not offered there.

The products are manufactured entirely in accordance with the strict German drinking water regulations, comply with the latest formulations and development stages (including the CDSplus), are securely packaged and come with instructions in 4 languages. In addition, the webshop can be operated in over 10 languages and delivers worldwide. The quality of these products is known to us. There are certainly other sources with decent quality and similar naming, but we have no experience and make no comments about them. The product information and safety data sheets of the respective manufacturers should always be observed.

Description 1st stage MMS Stage 2 CDS Stage 3 CDSplus
Activation necessary negative yes positive no negative yes
Shelf life before activation positive up to 5 years negative max. 6 months from manufacture (not date of purchase) positive up to 5 years
Shelf life after activation negative consume immediately / max. 24 hrs in glass bottle positive only approx. 6 months from manufacture (not date of purchase) positive 6-9 months
Solution stabilized? negative no negative no positive yes
Store refrigerated positive no negative yes, always positive no
Aggressive chemical hazards. negative yes positive no positive no
Chlorine dioxide concentration positive exactly repeatable due to number of drops negative varies greatly by provider and age positive always exactly 0.29% after activation
pH value after activation negative very sour (2-3) positive pH neutral (6.5-7.0) positive pH neutral (6.5-7.0)
Taste negative strongly positive mild positive mild
Smell negative very largely positive mild positive mild
Chlorine free* after activation negative no negative no positive yes
Danger due to chlorate formation negative yes negative yes positive no
Compatibility negative 45-50% positive 80-100% positive 90-100%
Price positive 2x100ml approx. 18-26 € negative 100ml approx. 15-30 € negative 100ml + Tab approx. 26-30 €

For more on the differences, see .

Important warnings

Many users keep asking questions that indicate something has been misunderstood or done wrong. So here are some important warnings:

Do not use MMS and CDSplus components separately

Please never use one of the components alone with 2-component products (e.g. classic MMS or CDSplus)! Also, please never swallow the activation tablet with the CDSplus. It is used exclusively to activate the special liquid component supplied.

Products with higher concentrations than 3,000 ppm or 0.3%.

Some suppliers offer CDS solutions with more than 0.3% or 3,000 ppm concentration. At much higher concentrations, the gas concentration above the liquid level in a bottle can reach explosive values. In addition, it is easy to get confused with the conversion to the application protocols with 3,000 ppm and apply too little or too much.

CDS/CDL products that are not pH neutral at 3,000 ppm

Also, many of these products advertised as CDS or CDL are not pH neutral at 3,000 ppm concentration and so you are really just buying a few drops of very expensive activated conventional MMS. According to the definition of Dr. Andreas Kalcker, the main property of CDS is precisely the pH neutrality of the chlorine dioxide solution at a concentration of approx. 3,000 ppm.

Do not produce CDS distillates yourself!

Please never make CDS distillate yourself according to the Andreas Kalcker movies in YouTube. Simply choosing the wrong hose material can cause the hoses to stick together. This creates an ever-increasing pressure, which can then lead to the vessels bursting.

Further interesting information about MMS Classic and CDS plus.

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