MMS consists of 28% technical grade sodium chlorite powder dissolved in distilled water. Since sodium chlorite powder is only 80% sodium chlorite and cannot be manufactured any purer, THE ACTUAL PERCENTAGE OF SODIUM CHLORITE IN MMS IS 22.4%.
So what are the constituents of MMS? As stated in Thomas Lee Hesselink, MD's overview, “On the Mechanisms of Oxidation of Chlorine Oxides”, the remaining 20% of sodium chlorate powder is a mixture of the usual excipients necessary in the manufacture and stabilization of sodium chlorite powder or flake.
|~ 72% distilled water (H2O)|
|~ 22.4% sodium chlorite (NaClO2)|
|< 5.32% sodium chloride (NaCl -table salt)|
|< 0.28% sodium hydroxide (NaOH - lye)|
|< 0.28% sodium chlorate (NaClO3)|
The trace quantities of the remaining sodium chemicals are considered non-toxic.
Contrary to some internet-proliferated comments, MMS (i.e. 22.4% solution of sodium chlorite) is not a HAZMAT (hazardous materials) chemical. Hazmat regulations are referring to the transfer of bulk, concentrated/non-diluted sodium chlorite powder.
Activation of MMS with an acid produces chlorine dioxide dissolved in solution(CDS) (~1 ppm) to create oxidants in specific amounts for use against pathogens (pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungi [ incl. yeast, mold], and protozoa) and toxins -which are responsible for many disease and health problems. Amount of chlorine dioxide initially produced depends on the activation method used and how far the pH is lowered:
• Using a strong acid activator (E.g. HCl) -immediately releases ALL the available ClO2, usually for topical or oral cavity applications
5NaClO2 + 4HCl ==> 4ClO2 + 5NaCl + 2H2O
MMS Hydrogen chloride Chlorine Dioxide Salt Water
• Using a weak acid activator (E.g. 10% or 50% citric acid or fresh lemon juice) - This method neutralizes the sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and a small amount of chlorite anions (ClO2-) are converted to their conjugate acidform - chlorous acid (HClO2) with a pH ~3.5. Chlorous acid gradually oxidizes other chlorite anions to produce chlorine dioxide (ClO2) over the course of ~90 minutes. i.e. Some ClO2 is released immediately and the rest is time-released in the body if consumed.
• ClO2 appears in solution as a yellow tint and smells just like chlorine (Cl2).
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