Frequently Asked Questions

I have reports that CDS helped chemotherapy patients to mitigate the severe toxic side effects. Personally, I cannot defend the strategy of tumor intoxication, since a cancer patient usually dies of renal liver failure, intoxicated by the toxic substances released by the tumor into the bloodstream and not by the tumor itself. The effectiveness of chemotherapy does not usually exceed 3%: 97 out of every 100 people treated die. On the other hand, cisplatin and carboplatin are known to cause diffuse cancer within a few years of treatment. It is bread for today and death for tomorrow.

Although in principle we could affirm that 1 ml of CDS corresponds to approximately 3 drops of MMS, this is not correct: it depends on how it is applied. If topical, this ratio is more or less correct. However, if ingested, MMS causes a secondary reaction with gastric acids, which considerably elevates the amount of chlorine dioxide gas. And it always depends on the degree of acidity of the gastric juices of each person, which present individual and dynamic values: they change depending on whether the person is fasting or not, whether it is in the morning or in the evening… So, in short, it cannot be compared.

For ingestion and enemas, it has been agreed that 1 drop is equivalent to 1 ml of CDS 0.3% (= 3000 ppm).

No way! They are not the same and should not be confused: they are two different substances. Hypochlorite is bleach.

The effect is minimal. And if you get a drop wrong, the result does not change much either. Concentration does not indicate purity. Good quality sodium chlorite contains only 1% or less of sodium chlorate (NaClO3).

The chlorine dioxide released in the body does not affect the alloys of the prostheses. The materials used in the prostheses are extremely inalterable.

Yes, you can take MMS or CDS. Although you should not forget that mercury fillings are harmful to your health and you should remove them as soon as possible.


As far as we know so far, it does not affect the IUD. In fact, chlorine dioxide is spermicidal and serves to some extent as a contraceptive if you douche immediately after intercourse. In addition, it prevents sexually transmitted infections in a convincing way.

We have a controlled case that for four years has been taking MMS in a dose of six to eight drops daily and there was no negative effect. Although it must be taken into account that when taking Sintrom® -warfarin/coumadin-, the necessary dose may be somewhat lower to obtain the optimal value. Caution is advised.

To date, no interactions have been observed if not taken together with drugs and waiting an hour between them, so far there is no known interaction, and probably there will not be, since it is a volatile gas as an active agent. What is beyond doubt is that vitamin C counteracts the effect of CDS because of its high antioxidant potential of -0.8 V (ORP).

During these years I have been able to observe very good synergies with phytotherapeutic, homeopathic and alternative medicine treatments in general.

Normally, MMS kills single-celled or small parasites. It is not easy with large multicellular parasites such as ascaris or tapeworm although it helps to reduce symptoms.

In principle, until you feel healed. The important thing is to listen to your own body and not to act mechanically.

Protocol C is usually the most appropriate in case of doubt. However, the dose can be raised or lowered individually as needed. Fatigue or, in some cases, nausea, is an indication that the maximum tolerated dose has been reached.


Having excessively high or excessively low blood pressure levels is a reaction of the body to a critical health situation. If we solve the problem causing the blood pressure disturbance, the symptoms simply disappear. There are many, many cases in which both conditions have been cured by taking CDS. Apparently, CDS eliminates the causes of hypertension and hypotension by reducing acidity.

We have no evidence that it adversely affects the intestinal flora. CDS is absorbed in the stomach as it is a gas dissolved in water. CDS works by pH and, in general, harmful pathogens have a more acidic pH than the rest of the body and the bacteria that are in symbiosis with it. On the other hand even if it would eliminate bacteria it does not cause imbalance or toxicity like antibiotics.

What matters is not the amount of MMS, as long as it is enough, since it is a saturation (follow the video “HOW TO MAKE CDS”). What matters is the final coloration of the CDS, which reliably indicates the concentration of chlorine dioxide in the water. That is to say: if we put too much MMS, the reaction is greater. However, what matters is how long the gas is diluted in the secondary water container. In case of doubt, it is sufficient to remove the tube when we consider that the water has acquired the right shade of light yellow identical to sunflower oil.

The duration depends on the container and the temperature. At a temperature of 5º and in a well-closed glass container (never use metal stoppers or rubber test tubes!), it can last up to six months without losing much strength. Once opened, it should be stored in the refrigerator. We must bear in mind that CDS loses gas if the container is not filled to the top, just like a bottle of soda that has been opened and then closed again.

If the CDS does not have to withstand a temperature above 60°C, there is no problem in transportation, as long as the container is tightly closed and completely filled. The concentration should not exceed 3000 ppm for safety reasons.

It depends on the concentration. The legal authorization for chlorine dioxide in liquid form is a maximum of 3000 ppm. Above this concentration spontaneous reactions can occur, especially in sunlight.
In liquid form it is stable. It is not recommended to have it more concentrated, and thus there is no danger. However, the dioxide gas can explode with sudden changes in pressure or temperature.

Not exactly: it loses concentration and in the end only water remains. And the loss of concentration is not dangerous. It is compensated by increasing doses.

Yes: we have obtained very good responses, especially when the subject is infected by Candida albicans, a fungus, which is practically 95% of the cases.

The gastroenterologist Dr. Julian Rabanaque has discovered a direct relationship, although much remains to be investigated.

As a general rule, 1 ml of CDS 3000 ppm per year of age per day was effective. Up to 10 years of age, diluted in water and distributed in 4-10 doses during the day. It can be increased little by little in acute or severe cases.