CDH is also a sodium chlorite solution (SCS) similar to MMS1, but more chlorine dioxide (CLO2) is released during the activation period. Externally, MMS1 releases about 10% of the available CLO2 from the SCS (MMS) while CDH releases 50%. CDH will remain effective for internal use for about 2 weeks when stored in a fridge. For external use, the shelf life of CDH is much longer.
In December 2012 the Ugandan Red Cross organized a field test to determine the effects of a sodium chlorite purified water solution on malaria patients as shown by before and after blood testing. Of the 154 malaria infected patients identified, all were found to be malaria-free 24 to 48 hours after ingesting one glass of the sodium chlorite solution (MMS1). The primary ingredient in MMS1 is chlorine dioxide (CLO2). Video produced by the Water Reference Center, Seychelles.
Make MMS from Sodium Chlorite flakes. Normally, technical grade Sodium Chlorite is used which actually contains 80% Sodium Chlorite. Using the example recipe as shown in the video (which can be scaled up or down) you will have a 28% solution of which 80% is Sodium Chlorite, hence you will have a 22.4% solution of MMS. Other heating methods can be used. Use caution handling SC. I'm not responsible for any harm caused if you make MMS.