HCL 4% Alternative Activator
HCl 4% Activator is a 4% solution of hydrochloric acid that can be substituted for 50% citric acid activator. This is a new activator that is recommended at this time. 50% citric acid was the previously recommended activator. However, children with allergies to mold or corn might have reactions to it. On the other hand, if switching to HCl causes problems, then go back to using citric acid activator.
HCl 4% is used exactly the same as 50% citric acid. One drop of HCl 4% for each drop of MMS, wait 30-40 seconds for activation. If your child is on full dose or has been taking MMS for a while, then reduce the dose by several drops for a few days at least when you make the switch to the new activator, and work back up slowly. It gives the body time to adjust.
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Note: Either HCl 4% or 5% may be used.
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