あなたの台所でMMSを作る方法

第16章
 
あなたの台所でMMSを作る方法
 
Chapter 16
 
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 colors 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 $275 to $700 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. (Or if you just want some MMS exactly to my formula and
don’t want to fool around, buy a bottle from my friend in Canada, it’s just $20
for a bottle that will last you for 2 years. See the end of Chapter 8). Or see
my Web Site miraclemineral.org for a number of suppliers in the US. 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
understand that MMS at 28% plus is 8 times stronger than the Stabilized
Oxygen however, they also provide a standard dropper with small drops 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 end chapter 17 for directions on how to find and buy sodium chlorite
and also see chapter 17. It’s harder to get now-a-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 . 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. (See
chapter 17, second half of chapter, for information on buying sodium chlorite.)
Checking 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. Several
companies have sold sodium chlorite that is not flaky in the last couple of
years. 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 . 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 . 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 solution should read no chlorine
present (because you haven’t added the vinegar to that solution) or less
strength than the above (5) test.
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.
Step 5: Purchase a dark colored bottle or a number of small colored bottles
and transfer from your original bottle if it is not a dark bottle.
Make up labels with the data for use on them taken from the label at the end
of chapter 17, 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.
 
 
 
Chapter 17
 
 
 
Making 13 or 1300 bottles of MMS in
Your Kitchen
 
 
 
Bottling the MMS
 
 
 
The MMS is bottled from powdered sodium chlorite
referred to in this chapter as Salts. Be careful
because we still get people who mistake sodium chloride for sodium chlorite.
They sound similar, but they are quite different, so use only sodium chlorite.
Use this same process duplicated exactly to produce 13 bottles or 1300 bottles.
Bottling 13 plastic bottles that contain 5.5 oz Each of MMS
Note: The MMS in a four ounce bottle actually weighs 5.5 ounces, because it is
much heavier than water.
Please do everything exactly as I say. Once you have bottled 300 – 500, bottles
then, if you must, change to what you consider a better way. But at first, do
it my way. You are not playing. People’s lives can depend upon you doing it
right. Read these instructions several times, and then read each step as you
do it. There is data on plastic bottles at the end of this chapter. We ask, if
you do your own bottles that you label them so that people can know what
they are and how to use them. Someday there will be a bottle sitting on a
shelf for several years and a sick person will look at it. If he knows how to use
it, it may save his life.
What you will need. Please get all the items that I mention here for the first
13 bottles which will contain 6,059 doses of MMS at six drops per dose.
1. One plastic temporary holding bottle is need for each group of 13 bottles
you intend to make. Use 64 ounce juice bottles. Go to the store and buy at
least two 64 ounce juice bottles. Dump the juice into some other containers
and rinse the juice bottles out. Save these juice bottles to use over and over.
Buy juice bottles that have easy hand holds. Do not try to use extra larger
bottles, they are too hard to handle.
2. Enough distilled water for all the MMS that you are going to make. You can
use purified water if it says, “For all distilled water purposes.” Do not use any
other kind of water. Do not use spring water or mineral water unless it is an
extreme emergency.
 

3. A plastic pitcher that has a small pouring spout. Use the tall pitchers.
Check the spout to see that it will pour into the MMS bottle easily. Or use a
coffee maker glass pitcher for pouring the MMS into the bottles.
If you intend to do more than 13 bottles then invest in a larger container such
as one of the containers used to place a 5 gallon plastic jug upside down in to
dispense drinking water. These containers have a valve at the bottom that
works very well for filling the bottles.
Do not use a funnel for pouring into the MMS bottle. It uses up too much
time. Fill each bottle to the top. Do not leave any air room in the top of the
bottle. This is so it won’t splash during shipping and worry the postal workers,
or even worse the airline workers.

 
4. A four quart pan that can be heated to be used for dissolving the salts. Use
only glass or Teflon coated steel. The Teflon coat must not be scratched
through to metal. Do not use stainless steel or aluminum. You could make a
poisonous MMS if you use metal for dissolving the Salts. That would be a
disaster. If you use stainless steel you will notice that the MMS discolors the
metal. That’s because it is dissolving the steel out of the other metals. Do not
bottle such a solution. Corning Ware is also okay to use.
5. Fifteen four ounce colored empty bottles. Remember, it takes 5.5 ounces of
MMS to fill a four ounce bottle. Use the flip spout caps. Tighten these caps
hand tight only, but very hand tight. See further data. See the label at the end
of this article and see data for ordering bottles at the end of this article.
6. Fifteen flip spout caps that fit the bottles. See data for ordering bottles.
7. Several super glue tubes. For gluing the lids on the MMS bottles.
8. A can of 3M Super 77 Multipurpose Adhesive bought from the hardware
store for about 10 bucks. Do not buy any other adhesive. Do not buy any
other 3M adhesive. If you do you will just make a mess and waste some
bottles.
9. A can of Shellac. This is for spraying the labels to prevent problems in
damp environments. This is necessary, otherwise in a few weeks or days the
bottles become a mess. Spray the labels before they are cut out.
 

 

 
 
 
10. A cardboard
box approximately
two feet high.
Cut a slot into the
top of the box so
that the MMS
bottle will lie in
the slot, but not
fall through. Put
a mark on the box
near the top of
the label where it
will stick onto the
bottle. This is so
that when you are
putting labels on
the bottles that you get
most of them in
approximately the same
area of the bottle.
 
 
 
11. Thirteen labels. Make the labels on a computer, eight at a time on letter
size paper (8-1/2 X 11) and cut them out with a razor knife and a straight edge.
After you cut them out spray six labels at a time and stick them on. It takes
less time than it takes to remove labels from their backing. Also it is very
hard to find the right labels that your computer will print each label exactly in
the center of the label. It’s much easier to just print 8 labels on a page and
cut them out with a razor knife. Buy special paper for the labels. Get glossy
paper from an office supply store, or order special labels, but ordering labels
can be expensive.
12. A box of one quart freezer bags should be Zip Lock.
13. You will need one fairly accurate grams scale. Don’t use a cheap spring
postal scale. Use a more expensive electronic postal scale or other accurate
scale. It should be accurate to 1/10 gram.
14. You will need 632.8 grams (that’s 22.4 ounces or 1.4 pounds) of the
sodium chlorite to make your 13 bottles of MMS.
15. A black marking pen. Be sure to have one on hand.
Notice the freezer bags filled with
sodium chlorite and the flip spout lids in
the bowl.
 
 
 
The procedure:
 
The MMS is 28% Salts by weight. The Salts are a powder that is dissolved in
distilled water. So keep in mind that the MMS will be 28% Salts. This is
what makes it so much heavier than water. Do not make a mistake here.
People’s lives depend upon it. Just follow the instructions below and you will
get it right.
Step 1. Fill one freezer bag with 632.8grams of salts. (This is the point where
you fill one bag for 13 four ounce bottles, or you fill more freezer bags for
more bottles.) Zip the bag or bags closed and store in a clean dry place at
room temperature. Mark on the bag(s) “632.8 Grams of Sodium Chlorite”
and put the date. This is a temporary step, but who knows what might
happen to make you forget what is in the bag.
Step 2. Measure out 1,627.2 grams of distilled water (that’s 57.6 ounces) and
put it in an empty juice bottle and mark the level with a black marking pen.
(When this amount of water is added to 632.8 grams of standard 80% sodium
chlorite salt you will have 80 ounces of MMS). If you are making more than
13 initial four ounce bottles you will be using this same amount of distilled
water for each group of 13 four ounce bottles. So once you have marked on
the juice bottle, then use that juice bottle to fill your other juice bottles.
Step 3. Put the four quart nonmetal heating pan on the burner and pour the
distilled water from one of the bottles in which you have 57.6 ounces of water
into the pan. Do not let it boil. Keep the temperature well under boiling.
One hundred fifty degrees is plenty hot.
Step 4. Once the water is warm, dump the contents of one freezer bag made
in Step 1 into the heating pan with the water. Stir it constantly until all of the
salts are dissolved. The solution will be slightly yellow and foggy. This is
normal. The pan will be less than . full. Remove the heating pan with the
solution from the burner. This solution now weighs 80 ounces. The solution
will turn clear but yellow within several minutes, but so long as all of the salts
have been dissolved you can proceed to step 5.
 
Step 5. Set the 64 ounce juice bottle into a plastic container or another non
metallic pan. Use the large funnel. Pour the contents of the heated pan into
the 64 ounce juice bottle. Although the solution at this time weighs 80
ounces it will fit into one of the 64 ounce juice bottles. The additional pan is
to prevent you from spilling the MMS. Keep in mind that if the MMS gets
spilled it makes a mess. If it dries, it makes a white powder that will burn or
 
explode. There is not enough to cause damage from explosion, but if it starts
a fire there could be a lot of damage. Do not spill the MMS. If you spill it,
wipe it up and then wash the spot with plenty of water.
Step 6. Write on the bottle “MMS” and the date created with the black
marker pen. Leave room for the next time you use the bottle. Remember,
you cannot leave the MMS in the clear bottles for very long. Generally not
longer than one week. The light, even just room light begins to deteriorate
the solution in the bottles. This step is just a temporary step in the process of
making MMS.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Note: Do not put labels on empty bottles. Wait until the bottles are full and
closed before adding labels, because any spilled solution ruins the label.
 
Step 1. Take the 64 ounce MMS juice bottle and open it. Using the plastic
pitcher with the small pour spout, or the coffee maker pitcher pour in enough
MMS to fill about five MMS bottles. Don’t measure this; just pour it 1/4 full or
so.
Step 1A. Alternately, pour the entire contents of four or five 64 ounce MMS
juice bottles that now have 80 ounce contents into the water cooler unit
described in 16 above. Use the spigot to fill 12 to 20 green bottles. It’s best
not to have more than that number of bottles without lids at one time.
 
Step 3. Install tops on each of the green four ounce MMS bottles. Do this by
holding each cap on its side and dropping 2 drops of super glue on the
threads of the cap and then turn the cap onto the bottle. Tighten the cap as
The bottle is
being filled
from a coffee
maker pitcher.
Notice the clear
but slightly
yellow MMS
liquid.
 
 
 
tight as you can by hand using something like a towel on the cap to help you
tighten it. A towel works best, do not use pliers. After an hour, the caps
should be impossible to remove by hand. Caps closed by using pliers usually
are too tight and they begin to leak.
Step 4. After the top is tightened on each bottle, grasp the bottle in your hand
and squeeze it as hard as you can. Look for leaks. Drops of liquid will drop
off the bottle normally if there is a leak. In rare cases a fine spray or stream
might come off the bottom of the bottle. You need plenty of light to see the
fine spray. Normally there will only be one or two leaking bottles per 100
bottles, but it is important that you find any leaks as one bottle can foul up an
entire shipment.
Step 5. Keep the bottles in a clean dry place. It is ok to keep bottles at
normal room light but do not allow them to set in the sun.
Step 6. Adding the Labels: (See “Making the Labels” below) Take six labels and
lay them face down on a sheet of newspaper. Spray the labels with 3M Super
77 adhesive. Don’t attempt to do more than six at a time as the adhesive
tends to dry and if you use more than six the last labels will be too dry to
stick. If they do dry, re-spray those that have dried before attempting to stick
them on the bottles.
Step 7. Place one of the filled bottles in the slot on the cardboard box that you
have already prepared. (See item #9 under “What you will need” at the
beginning of these instructions) Pick up a single label that has been sprayed
with adhesive, hold it over the bottle near the mark that you have made,
adjust it by eye to be straight, and press it down on the bottle. Smooth the
label on the bottle with your hand. Be sure to smooth it down tight.
Step 8. Do steps 7 and 8 on all of the bottles, doing six at a time.
Step 9. Preparing the bottles to be shipped: Using a one quart plastic freezer
storage bag, place two green MMS bottles in the bag laying them down in the
bottom of the bag. Wrap the top of the bag around the two bottles, close the
zip lock making sure it is tight, and place a rubber band around the bag and
bottles to hold them in place. Now put the bottles in the bag into another
bag and close it. If they leak in shipment the liquid will hopefully remain in
one of the bags.
 
Step 10. Do Step 9 until all bottles to be shipped are ready. This prevents
problems of leaking bottles when shipping. A single leaking bottle can stop an
 
entire shipment preventing the treatment of hundreds of people. It could
even result in the post office stopping future shipments. Be very careful.
Step 11. Have them boxed for shipping. Unless you are very good at doing
shipping, do not try to box them yourself. Keep in mind this shipment is of
utmost importance. Don’t take chances. When at the shipping store don’t
take chances to save money on the packaging. Have it done as best as
possible. From the shipping store take the box to FedEx or DHL for shipping.
Making the Labels:
1. Most draw programs have provisions for making labels. Otherwise you can
buy a cheap label program. Normally you would use the program to set up a
single label as shown with this literature and then the label program will
automatically make a number of labels depending upon the labels that you
select. In this case select a label that has eight per page. That will give you
approximately the correct size of label when cut out. Or duplicate the label
given below.
2. Buy good paper. Pay $8 to $10 a ream. Don’t use photo paper. Photo
paper is very expensive and not suitable as it is too thick. Buy a special paper
at any office supply store that has a glossy surface, but is standard paper
thickness. Print the labels on the computer. After the computer ink has
dried, before you cut them out, spray them with shellac so that they are
soaked, but spray them only once.
3. Cut them out with a razor knife using a ruler as a straight edge. Do not
spray on the adhesive until after you cut out the labels.
4. An alternate method would be to have labels printed professionally.
 
Buying the Bottles and Caps:
When searching for plastic bottles the key words anywhere in the world are
pet plastic bottles. Pet really stands for polyethylene terephthalate, but no one
ever uses the actual words. Everyone uses the words pet plastic bottles. So
use pet plastic bottles for your search word and that will show you hundreds
of companies sell plastic bottles. Be sure to always buy dark plastic as light
will cause the solution to deteriorate. The plastic can be “seen through” so
long as it is very dark.
 
Dr. Ron Neer a (dentist) decided he wanted to do something to help spread
MMS around the world so he found that the New York SKS Bottle Company
was charging unreasonable prices to ship the bottles out of the country and
then he found that he could get the bottles cheaper than SKS was selling them
for and cheaper than any other place I could find. So below is his phone
number and web site.
Check him out. Remember one thing he sells both the bottle and the cap and
his prices reflect bottle and cap. Any other bottle company will always list the
price without the cap. These caps are important as they are an approved type
for shipment by the Department of Transportation. The DOT states that the
caps must have a seal so that the bottle won’t leak even if the cap comes
loose. They are not more expensive; they are just built differently. So if you
want to make some MMS no matter how many bottles you buy, you will find
Dr. Ron has the best prices, but go ahead and check that out; just remember,
the prices include both bottle and DOT approved cap. This is a dispensing
cap from which you can count the drops. (The 4 ounce bottle holds 5.5
ounces of MMS because the MMS is heavier than water.)
I have listed him here in my book because I want you to make MMS. I want
you to have the experience. I want thousands of people to know how to do it
and to be doing it. Ron sells both 2 and 4 ounce bottles. So here is his data:
Dr. Ron Neer Phone                                                             (816) 682-6425                                
 
www.h2oairwateramerica.com
Bottle and Cap combinations:
4 oz. green or blue pet bottles with
dispensing cap snap top 3 mm orifice.
Qty Price per unit Height Diameter weight_____
1 1.50 1.50 5.25 inches 1.5 inches 15.42 grams
24 $24.00 $1.00
675 $202.00 $0.30
____________________________
2 oz. green pet bottle with dispensing cap
snap top 3 mm orifice.
Qty Price Per Unite____Height__ Diameter weight_____
1 $1.25 $1.25 4.0 inches 1.25 inches 9.2 grams
48 $46.56 $0.97
1296 $324.00 $0.25
__________________________________________
 
 The label printed above is just a suggested label that you could use. Notice
how it is worded. Most of the sellers of MMS are now using this label.
MMSolution10-22-7
 
Buying larger amounts of sodium chlorite. It comes in 100 pound and 110
pound steel barrels.
If you want to do a little more, like make up 100 four ounce bottles to sell and
give to your family and neighbors, you will need at least 10 pounds. As you
can see from the prices, buying a 100 pound barrel will cost you less than
trying to get 10 pounds. The problem is you need a company to buy 100
pound barrels as a general rule. Some of these companies listed on the
Internet will sell to individuals.
Of course, you can make up your own company and that will work in many
cases, but there are those companies that require your company state or city
resale number. You might be able to find a local business that will receive the
sodium chlorite for you and let you use their name for this purpose or just
order it for you. Alternately, you could just buy a resale number from your
city.
 
Finding industrial sources for 100 pound drums is a little harder than buying
lab supplies. Go to Google and put in “Drinking water chemicals,” or
 
“drinking water treatment chemicals.” Of course, use Google for the country
you are in. Most countries will have sodium chlorite for water purification. Or
look up NSF on the Internet or NSF/ANSI Standard 60. This is an association
which many companies sell sodium chlorite. Just start calling the various
companies that sell sodium chlorite for water purification. You will eventually
find one that will sell you the 100 pound barrel between $250 and $400. Then
it will cost you about $150 shipping because it is a hazardous chemical. But
remember, with that barrel of 100 pounds you can make 186,000 doses. That
is approximately 1/10 cent per dose depending on the amount you paid.
At a last minute decision, on my way south to the first edition of this book, I
managed to buy a 100 pound barrel of sodium chlorite from the Los Angeles
Chemical Company of Los Angeles, California for the price of $278.00. The
lowest price so far. I picked this barrel up at their Las Vegas division. Since I
picked it up myself there was no shipping cost. They will not sell to an
individual. You must be registered with them as a company. I formed a small
company in a Nevada town and then called them to order a barrel. They put
my company in their data base when I called them up. They then ordered the
barrel for me and told me it would be available at their location in Las Vegas
the next week. There was no problem. I paid for it with my personal credit
card at the time I picked it up as I had not established credit with them.
Buying Sodium Chlorite Further Data
 
 
 
My suggestion is that you get an extra supply of sodium chlorite if it is at all
possible. The government will be acting at the request of the drug companies
to limit the sales of sodium chlorite. Once sodium chlorite swings into use as
MMS it will eat into the profits of the drug companies. They will fight. They
can’t win, but you can believe that they will try. You can help this program
simply by buying 100 pounds and storing it.
Buying small amounts of sodium chlorite (100 grams up to 5 pounds).
There are a few chemical supply companies that supply chemicals to chemistry
students. These along with other chemical supply companies for laboratories
are the easiest to do business with. Normally you can order over the Internet.
Just use Google and put in “sodium chlorite”. Or if you just want Stabilized
Oxygen put in Stabilized Oxygen. Or put in “laboratory chemicals” and
“sodium chlorite.” The companies listed below are in the USA. I have
included them just to give you an idea of what kind of chemical supply places
will have sodium chlorite.
 
 Here are several lab supply houses that sell sodium chlorite:
 
www.advanced-scientific.net
At this date, 9/1/06, they charge $36.45 for 100 gm, $117.00 for 500 gm, $361
for 2,500 gm (5.5 pounds).
 
www.labdepotinc.com
Same prices as Advanced-scientific above.
https://secure5.nexternal.com same prices as above.
 
Buying larger amounts of sodium chlorite. It comes in 100 pound steel barrels
and in 110 pound steel barrels.
If you want to do a little more, like make up 100 four ounce bottles to sell and
give to your family and neighbors, you will need at least 10 pounds. As you
can see from the prices above, buying a 100 pound barrel will cost you less
than trying to get 10 pounds. The problem is, you need a company to buy 100
pound barrels as a general rule. Some of these companies, listed on the
Internet, will sell to individuals.
Of course, you can make up your own company and that will work in many
cases, but there are those companies that require your company state or city
resale number. You might be able to find a local business that will receive the
sodium chlorite for you and let you use their name for this purpose or just
order it for you. Alternately, you could just buy a resale number from your
city. In any case, good fortune and good luck.
 

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