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Chris24 wrote: I have never suggested we consume 50 ppm through food. Im saying that chlorine dioxide is widely used in contact with food and to cleanse our drinking water and therefore is a known, very effective substance and not some scary poison.

You said “Acidified sodium chlorite … is approved in their database to be used with direct contact in food up to 50 ppm.” This seems in contrast to the quote I posted, and could be seen as misleading.

Chris24 wrote: My references are not about enema’s. Logic dictates that it works with enema’s, people just need to understand it and subsequently make the connections for their health.

What logic exactly? You don’t need to look far to find a million in vitro findings that didn’t align with subsequent in vivo findings. Human physiology is incredibly complicated, which is why real evidence is necessary to elucidate what works and what doesn’t.

Chris24 wrote: Diarrhoea and vomiting are very minor side effects that dont happen when you build up the dose slowly. Its nothing compared to the lists of side effects of most FDA drugs.

I’d consider them pretty significant side-effects and would expect to see them on the instructions of my cold syrup and in a well-balanced recommendation of MMS.

Chris24 wrote: The evidence is everywhere, and chlorine dioxide has been studied properly. People just need to look around and read. This is why I am saying that they need to educate themselves so they are comfortable with the method.

Can you find me one in vivo experiment with a positive finding, even in animals? I remember seeing something about gas but I’d like to see what happens when it’s ingested. As I already said, I’m not writing anything off, and I haven’t criticised you for your own decisions. Some people can be too happy to use no evidence as evidence against.

You’re presenting this in such a way that anybody who doesn’t agree with you is wrong or hasn’t done their research. That just isn’t the case. The burden of proof is on you. If people reading this want to try this protocol, it’s really their choice, but I think they deserve a fair representation of the evidence to guide their decision.