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IS CHLORINE DIOXIDE TOXIC?

Chlorine dioxide toxicity

Before we talk about toxicity, certain principles should be introduced.

The toxicity of a substance is defined by:

  • The amount that makes it toxic
  • The place where it affects
  • Concentration
  • The duration of the exposure

The first basic principle of toxicology: "The quantity makes the poison" (Paracelsus) this is precisely the reason why allopathic medicine has in its symbol the snake coiled around a staff since practically all the substances used in conventional medicine are toxic.

Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects associated with 

the exposure to physical agents or chemical substances and investigates the action mechanism of toxic agents, facilitating the preparation of conventional medicinal drugs.

According to the German Toxicology database (Gestis) the LD50 toxicity is defined as 292 mg per kilo live for 14 days (!), Which means that a person weighing 50 kg should take 15.000 mg and a large person like me of 100 kg 30.000 mg (!) something absolutely impossible, since it would mean that in my case I should drink 10 liters of concentrate ... an impossible thing to do because it is an emetic substance.   

 

 

According to the German Toxicology database (Gestis) the LD50 toxicity is defined as 292 mg per kilo live for 14 days (!), Which means that a person weighing 50 kg should take 15.000 mg and a large person like me of 100 kg 30.000 mg (!) something absolutely impossible, since it would mean that in my case I should drink 10 liters of concentrate ... an impossible thing to do because it is an emetic substance.  

At the same time, it should be noted that laboratory rats cannot vomit and therefore these data are not acceptable in scientific terms for humans.

The toxicity of Chlorine Dioxide

We can read in countless places that chlorine dioxide is toxic and this is true if we speak in pulmonary terms, what does this mean? An example: we can drink water but we cannot breathe water since we are not fish and we would drown. We should not inhale chlorine dioxide, as it would occupy the alveolar space and could cause long-term respiratory problems.

In the short term it can cause irritation and coughing. There are no documented cases of death in science known from ingesting an aqueous solution of chlorine dioxide.

The concentration for the treatments described in this book does not usually exceed 0,0030 g.

If we speak of dioxide as a bleach, we are comparing a solution 59.600 times more concentrated. Also, it is made up of a much stronger chemical that is mostly chlorate. Admittedly, these false claims look good in the sensationalist media, to create controversy, however these applications are far from truth.

Chlorine Dioxide (CDS) is not bleach

We can read online; especially by detractors of ClO2 treatments in their disinformation articles that Chlorine Dioxide is a toxic gas and a very strong oxidant, used for the bleaching of textiles and paper. 

Certainly there is generic documentation that indicates this. However, when we look at it in detail, we can see that the amount used for paper bleaching is not in relation to what is used for treatments. Chlorine dioxide is used in highly concentrated form in conjunction with methanol for bleaching paper and silk.

The concentration used is: 11 g per liter (!) In conjunction with 138 g per liter (total 149 grams!) of sodium chlorate (NaClO3) which is a much more aggressive and a harmful oxidant. 

Source: Georgia Institute of Technology

The fact that it is used as a disinfectant is completely irrelevant, since alcohol is also one (and we still drink it :) on the other hand, legal drugs like Warfarin are used as a rodenticide -rat poison- as well.

Facts and data

1. Chlorine dioxide is a gas dissolved in water and is not a toxin that builds up in the body.

2. In 100 years of use there are only five documented cases of poisoning, where all survived with doses hundreds of times higher than recommended in this book.

3. If you breathe air that contains a quantity of chlorine dioxide gas, you may experience irritation of the throat, nose and lungs.

4. Too concentrated, it produces irritations in the eye that are reversible.

5. Due to the data obtained to date and its extensive use for more than 100 years, it can be considered that Chlorine Dioxide does not cause cancer, that is to say that it's not carcinogenic.

6. There is also no evidence of harmful toxicity in terms of reproduction functions.

At the moment in the confirmed scientific literature:

The toxicity of Chlorine Dioxide is correct in the case of inhalation, which is not the same as ingestion. In case of inhalation of air that contains a large amount of Chlorine Dioxide gas, you may experience irritation in your throat, nose and lungs. Too concentrated it causes reversible irritation to the eyes. Ingestion is not considered toxic, depending on the dose. Of course, inhalation of the gas is toxic during prolonged exposures.

In animal tests, a guinea pig died after being exposed for 44 minutes to an airborne concentration of 420 mg per cubic meter, while the same concentration for five to 15 minutes was not lethal (* Haller and Northgraves 1955), in another study where four mice were exposed to a much higher amount of 728 mg per cubic meter, for two hours and only one of the four mice died of pulmonary edema (* Dalhamn 1957).

  • There are no endocrinological effects associated with the ingestion of chlorine dioxide in humans.
  • There are no documented lymphatic immunological effects from ingestion of chlorine dioxide in humans.
  • There are no neurological effects associated with the ingestion of chlorine dioxide in humans.
  • There are no effects on the reproductive system from ingestion of chlorine dioxide in humans.
  • There are no effects where cancer can be associated with chlorine dioxide in humans.
  • There are no mutagenic effects associated with chlorine dioxide in humans.
  • There are no known accumulation effects of chlorine dioxide or chlorite in humans.

There are cases of poisoning in the literature with the forerunner of dioxide, sodium chlorite, which nor is it in fact the same substance (Coal is not the same as gunpowder even if it contains it!). There are five cases of severe poisoning documented with the precursor of chlorine dioxide, which is sodium chlorite, of which three were failed suicide attempts taking amounts more than 100 times above what is stated in my book, ...none died

There is also some "supposed" death on the internet where, without a conclusive autopsy, this is falsely stated. 

There is not even a blood test sample where chlorine levels should be above all possible limits. 

In gastrointestinal terms, there is a case where the ingestion of 10 g of sodium chlorite (PMID: 8290712) (which is the equivalent of approximately 832 drops (!) Of a 25% sodium chlorite solution in a single intake) dissolved in water in A 25-year-old Chinese man caused nausea and vomiting with abdominal cramps with hemolytic crisis in a failed suicide attempt. (* Lin and Lim 1993). After three months kidney function returned to normal without leaving permanent damage.

Toxicity is always quantity dependent, so if you ingest a large concentrated amount you may experience irritations, even severe ones, but the treatments performed by the volunteers mentioned in this book are never exposed to large enough amounts to permanently damage their bodies. 

(There is no scientifically documented fatal case of chlorine dioxide poisoning in the scientific literature. It probably induces vomiting long before a critical possible amount is reached by ingestion.

Studies on liver effects in humans revealed that the 34 mg / kg dose (* Lubbers et al. 1981) they did not cause adverse liver effects.

It can be considered a fairly docile substance for a simple reason: How many drugs can we take 100 times the indicated amount without dying? … They are very few, not even Aspirin® would be found among these.

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