MMS-How to make
How to Make MMS in Your Kitchen MAKING 12.6 ounces of MMS: There are more than 1,412 doses of MMS in 12 ounces. That should last you and your family for a couple of years. MMS is light sensitive so you must bottle it in a very dark glass or plastic bottle, or in dark opaque plastic. Dark green, blue, or brown transparent plastic is okay. The light that goes through these dark colours will not harm the MMS. Don’t worry about the MMS being out in the daylight for a couple of days. However, never allow it to set in the direct sunlight. Sunlight will ruin it in an hour even when it’s in a dark plastic bottle. The reason that we use 12.6 ounces is because that’s how many ounces of MMS 100 grams of sodium chlorite will make. The reason for that is 100 grams of sodium chlorite is the easiest amount that you can purchase. Many chemical supply houses sell 100 grams for about $30. Five or six pounds can be purchased at laboratory chemical supply shops for $300, but if you are serious bulk quantities of 100 pound barrels sell for about $400 at different industrial chemical companies. (See Chapter 15 for data on buying sodium chlorite.) An update from a reader tells me that a 110 pound barrel sells for $224.40 at the Los Angeles Chemical company. But they have a $300 minimum thus he bought two barrels. However, if worse comes to worse, and you really need to do something immediately to cure some problem or you just want to prove it works there will certainly be at least one health food store near you that carries Stabilized Oxygen. Buy some of that and use eight times as many drops as is given in this book as a dose. The dose that they suggest on the bottle isn’t enough to cure a mouse.
Alternatively, if you just want to buy some MMS and don't want to fool around, buy a bottle from my friend in Canada. See the end of Chapter 8). If you are using a regular eye dropper then the drops are much smaller than from the bottle mentioned in this book so you should use at least 16 times the drops given in the instructions in this book. (That is if you are using the standard 3.5%, Stabilized Oxygen from the health food store. I hope you that MMS at 28% plus the size of the drops is 12 times stronger than the Stabilized Oxygen so use 12 drops of Stabilized Oxygen for each single drop of MMS that you would use. Do everything else told here, that is add the vinegar or citric acid or Lemon or lime wait 3 minutes, add apple juice and drink. The bottle is gone in a week or two. On the other hand, expect most diseases to be cured in that amount of time. Also
keep in mind that there are a few groups that sell Stabilized Oxygen that isn’t really Stabilized Oxygen, but rather some other chemical that they think is better than sodium chlorite. Do not expect other chemicals to work, because they will not.
In the last several years different companies have offered various strengths of sodium chlorite solution thus making different strengths of Stabilized Oxygen. One group sells it at 25% which is close to the MMS which is 28%. If you did get the 25% strength it would be okay to just use all of the recipes and drops as given in this book. See the second half of chapter 15 for directions on how to find and buy sodium chlorite and also see chapter 17. It’s harder to get nowa-days because of the terrorist problem. What you will need to make 12.6 ounces of MMS: 1. You will need at least a 15 ounce bottle. It can be clear plastic if you do not intend to keep the liquid in the bottle for more than a couple of days. This is OK if you are waiting to transfer the liquid to dark bottles or containers. Just be sure that you do not leave the liquid MMS in the clear bottle. You could actually get away with leaving it in a clear bottle if you kept the clear bottle in a closed tight cabinet. Don’t leave it in a refrigerator as refrigerators are opened to the light too often. 2. At least one quart of distilled water. Do not use any other kind of water. It’s okay to used purified water if it says, “For all distilled water purposes.” Do not use spring water of mineral water unless it is an emergency and you can’t wait. 3. A plastic pitcher that has a good pouring spout. 4. A one quart pan or larger that can be heated. Do not use metal including stainless steel. Use glass or Corning Ware or a new Teflon coated pot that does not have any scratches through to the metal. 5. Some kind of fairly accurate gram scales. Should be accurate to 1/10 gram. An electronic postal scale will do. Postal spring scales would be okay if you had some accurate weights to adjust the scale with just before you use it. 6. A black marking pen. Be sure you have one on hand. 7. Some small bottles to put the MMS solution in after you make it. Many pharmacies have small brown bottles with droppers. It’s okay to use these bottles so long as you never allow the MMS solution to get up into the rubber bulb. If you tip the bottle over, remove the dropper and wash it out with water making sure the bulb is washed thoroughly. 8. You will need at least 100 grams of sodium chlorite . When buying this chemical make sure it is chlorite that you are buying and not chloride. Chloride will not work. You will notice that the sodium chlorite comes in flakes, either white or slightly yellow. When buying sodium chlorite don’t tell them what you are using it for. Tell them it is for water purification tests. The first thing that they will tell you is that their chemicals are not for internal use. That is not something to worry about. That is what all the sources of sodium chlorite specify, even those that sell their chemicals for public water systems. Remember, when you add distilled water you are diluting the chemical. Then when you use only 12 drops and you dilute that with ½ glass of water or juice, any impurities are also diluted. By the time you have done that much dilution, the impurities are always way below the maximum allowable impurities per day that you can afford to put in your body. The sales people are always worried about being sued, so they will always try to talk you out of buying the chemical, or even refuse to sell it to you if you tell them what you are going to use it for.
Making sure the sodium chlorite powder to make sure it is real.I worry that someone might try to fool you into thinking some other powder is sodium chlorite in order to make you fail at curing someone, or just some clerk might be too dumb to sell you the correct powder. So here is how you check to make sure that you absolutely have the correct powder. First you must buy the strips that test for chlorine from any swimming pool store. Cost is $6.00 to $12.00 for 50 test strips. (1) When you open your package the sodium chlorite must be flaky. If there is no flakes assume that you do not have sodium chlorite, but go ahead and do the other steps given here. If the chemical passes the following tests it is indeed sodium chlorite and they, for some reason, ground the flakes before you got it. (2) Crush up a few of the flakes into powder. (Do this by putting the flakes into a tablespoon and crushing with a second spoon). (3) Put ½ teaspoon of the crushed powder into an empty glass and add three level teaspoons of distilled water. Swirl gently until the powder is completely dissolved in the water. You could warm slightly to aid in dissolving or you could heat the three teaspoons of water before adding to the powder. (4) Now drop 10 drops of this solution into an empty glass. Add ½ teaspoon of vinegar. Any vinegar will do as long as it says “5% acetic acid” or “5% acidity.” Wait three
minutes. (5) Wet a pool chlorine strip with this solution. It should read at least 1 ppm chlorine present. It is actually reading chlorine dioxide (pool chlorine strips can’t tell the difference).(6) Now wet a second pool chlorine indicator strip with the original solution from which you took the 10 drops. This strip should read no chlorine present (because you haven’t added the vinegar to that solution). If the chlorine indicator strip shows chlorine at this point something is wrong. Do the test again. If it still shows chlorine at this point where no vinegar has been added do not use this chemical. Keep in mind that if you let the solution set for hours it might read a small amount of chlorine.
If your powder fails either step 5 or step 6 you do not have sodium chlorite powder. Someone is fooling you or they have made a mistake. Run the test one more time to make sure. If it doesn’t pass the test, don’t use it. Don’t accuse anyone. Don’t upset anyone. Just ask for some real stuff. If your powder is okay, follow the steps given below. Making the MMS solution:
The MMS solution is 28% sodium chlorite powder. The 100 grams is 28% of 357 grams. That is 12.6 ounces. If you buy a bottle of 100 grams, you should just check that it indeed has 100 grams in it before adding it to the solution. One hundred grams is 3.54 ounces.
Step 1: Verify that 100 grams or 3.54 ounces is contained in your bottle of sodium chlorite. Step 2: Measure out nine ounces of distilled water and add it to your heating pot. Be very careful to get nine ounces exactly. Step 3: Now dump the 3.54 ounces (the 100 grams) of sodium chlorite into the 9 ounces of water in the heating pot. The heating pot should not be on the fire yet. Put the heating pot on the hot plate and stir until dissolved. Once the white flakes or powder is dissolved, immediately remove it from the fire. It should never be heated to the boiling point. It should only be warm when the sodium chlorite is finally dissolved. Never go away and leave it heating. It dissolves fast. Stay and stir until dissolved. Step 4: The liquid should be yellow and clear. Pour into the pitcher and then use the pitcher to pour into your plastic container with a lid. Put the lid on and set aside to cool. Warning: when the MMS is spilled on a table or on the floor it must be cleaned up with plenty of water. Never allow it to dry. The white powder is very flammable when dry.
Step5: Purchase a dark coloured bottle or a number of small coloured bottles and transfer from your original bottle if it is not a dark bottle.
Make up labels with the following data on them and glue the labels on the bottles. You can use your computer for making the labels. The MMS lasts for several years. It should have maximum data on the label for someone a couple of years from now who might want to use it. For example, if a hurricane damaged much of your home and help was days away, if the bottle had proper information it could be used to help you or save your life. If it was just a dark bottle with no label, no one would know to use it. So the minimum information that should be on any MMS bottle would be: “Instructions: Use 15 drops from this bottle and ½ teaspoon of vinegar in an empty glass. Mix and wait three minutes. Add ½ glass of apple juice and drink. For children use same instructions with the following drops: 3 drops for each 25 pounds (11.4 KG) of body weight. Babies use two drops. If nausea occurs use smaller doses until a full dose can be tolerated. After one hour a second dose is required. Grape juice, or pineapple juice can be substituted. Do not use orange juice. If you are using a four ounce bottle or larger add the following data: “MMS Miracle Mineral Supplement. Aids in overcoming symptoms, such as, fever, nausea, headache, muscle pains, and other similar symptoms. This is a Mineral Dietary Supplement.” Warnings: Do not use full strength. Keep out of the reach of children. Wash off of body or eyes with large amounts of water.