MMS as a Water Sanitizer
While MMS has been reported as a decent remedy for both malaria and AIDS, it can
also be used as a rather effective water sanitizer. This might sound a bit strange, especially to those who have
not really had experience with MMS, but there is a reason for this, and it is actually quite plausible. First, you
will need to know the main ingredient in MMS, which is chlorine dioxide, otherwise known as CI02.
This is a small, volatile molecule that oxidizes rather than substituting them. It
is true that CI02 has less than half the strength of chlorine, but it has more than twice the oxidative capacity,
which makes it perfect for water purification. When it comes to MMS, you need to understand that the active
ingredient does not immediately equate to chlorine dioxide.
In order to create chlorine dioxide, the MMS needs to be activated by citric acid and you could use lemon juice, or any other type of
citrus product. Once the product is fully activated, you can use it to purify your water supply. You should note
however that you will need to adhere to a certain dosage for your water, and that dosage will generally be
determined by the type of MMS disinfectant you purchase. In other words, always read the instructions. In addition,
you will need to wait a certain amount of time before drinking the water, which will of course be on the
instruction label as well.
This is not the first time that MMS has been used in water sanitation. Jim Humble
actually used it for sanitation on his many trips to Africa, and when two of his members fell ill with malaria, he
used what is referred to as stabilized oxygen to bring them around. It wasn't long before both men were on their
feet and smiling even though they were days away from any aid station or village. If it can do this within a human
being, imagine what it can do for a drinking water supply.
That being said, this is a great substance for you to look into if you are
planning to travel to a third world country or simply live in an area devoid of decent drinking water. There are
even home purification systems built around the concept of chlorine dioxide, which should convince virtually anyone
to give it a try.
This is a chemical that has been used throughout history for various purposes from
water purification to teeth whitening, and as such, you would do well to give it a try, regardless of your
intentions. That being said, it's time for you to do further research into the chemical known as chlorine