Once again, there has been negative talk about dietary supplements in the mainstream media. This time it's about the product chlorine dioxide solution (CDL).
The YouTube channel "STR_F" published an incredibly one-page report on the product (See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39-d2Uf1x2s). And (intentionally) spreading false facts. Since we sell CDL ourselves, we would like to comment on this and correct a few points.
10 untruths listed
Chlorine dioxide, CDL and MMS are spoken of throughout the post. The same product for STR_F... But they are different products!
CDL or chlorine dioxide solution: Hydrochloric acid and sodium chlorite are reacted in a cannula. The resulting gases are introduced into water with a syringe. After that, you can drink the water enriched with chlorine dioxide gas.
This creates in the body: oxygen, water and common salt
Chlorine dioxide or MMS: Hydrochloric acid and sodium chlorite are reacted. The finished mixture is then diluted with water and drunk.
IMPORTANT: We advise against chlorine dioxide and MMS! This is the WRONG manufacture! We only recommend the product "chlorine dioxide solution (CDL)". See our product: https://hs-activa.com/products/cdl
Minute 4:14: Rainer T.'s presentation clearly mentions "chlorine dioxide solution". Why does STR_F still not differentiate between the individual products CDL, MMS and chlorine dioxide? For us a deliberate deception of the user, as we will see later...
Minute 6:05: This explains how chlorine dioxide or MMS is produced. After that, they also say that you can buy ready-made solutions (CDL). So you know that there are different products. But for you, everything is the same product. That's just wrong! Either poorly researched or deliberately deceived. Conscious for us, as we will see later...
Minute 6:50: It is said that there are people who do real business with it. What's so bad about being paid for healing people? The pharmaceutical industry definitely makes more money than naturopaths...
Minute 9:03: It can be seen that the presentation discusses the difference between CDL and MMS. We'll see in a moment why this is important...
Minute 11:28: This shows how to produce a chlorine dioxide solution. With cannula and syringe. At this point at the latest, the reporter should now know the difference between MMS and chlorine dioxide solution. So why don't you differentiate between the individual products? As already said, a clear deception for us the user!
Minute 12:48: The reporter complains that so much ignorance and untruths have been spread in the seminar. Then why are you spreading untruths like this? Shouldn't you set a good example? As previously read, she knows the difference between CDL and MMS very well!
Minute 13:20: Application examples (probably from the seminar) can be seen. We are talking about MMS and CDL here. Of course, the seminar may not have been properly explained. The reporter should still know the difference. If not, you shouldn't make such a post. However, we think she understood the difference!
Minute 14:21: MMS that the reporter made herself is being examined in the laboratory. As said before, MMS can be harmful! In the seminar, however, she learned how to produce CDL (with a cannula and syringe). Why don't you have that checked out? For us again a deliberate deception
9. Untruth (one-sided reporting)
Minute 19:30: There is talk of how dubious it is if you have to sign a liability waiver. Have you ever had an operation in the hospital? Don't you have to sign a liability waiver? Why isn't that mentioned on the train? Doesn't fit into the story, of course...
From minute 20:15: The visit to the doctor is shown as a memory log. The doctor there keeps talking about "chlorine dioxide".
Our guess: The doctor means or said "chlorine dioxide solution". It just renders incorrectly
The reason for our assumption: The book "The CDL Handbook" is shown, in which application examples are listed. There they also speak of CDL (chlorine dioxide solution, NOT MMS or chlorine dioxide)... The reporter also says "chlorine dioxide solution" at 21:58 minutes. In the next cut she talks about MMS again... Either she still doesn't know the difference between the individual products or she deliberately lumps everything together.
You, dear reader, should now decide for yourself...
Until the end, the reporter CANNOT differentiate between CDL (chlorine dioxide solution) and MMS/chlorine dioxide We suspect that you want to deceive the users. Variant 2 is that you just didn't understand the difference. Then you should not make such a report.
At school that would have been a off topic. Set, 6!
And where was the team proofreading the post before publishing it? A script is being written! Clear consumer deception!
It's a pity that you can't report properly about such a product... With our correction we would like to take away your uncertainty (fear) and do some educational work!
Addendum (for those interested!)
We have done a meaningful pH value test ourselves:
Starting water: 100ml distilled water pH value 5.7 at a PPM/TDS value 001
MMS/ chlorine dioxide:
1 drop each of 10% hydrochloric acid and 22.4% sodium chlorite. 45 sec response time. Then diluted with 100ml distilled water. The MMS/ chlorine dioxide has a pH value of 3.7 with a PPM/TDS value of 125!
Chlorine dioxide solution:
1 drop each of 10% hydrochloric acid and 22.4% sodium chlorite. 120 seconds reaction time in the syringe, then transferred to 100ml distilled water. The chlorine dioxide solution has a pH value of 5.91 with a PPM/TDS value of 109!
- MMS is a strongly acidic solution with a pH of 3.7 (See update below)
- CDL has a pH value of 5.91 in the test and thus the pH has increased slightly
Update: We made a small mistake
- MMS / CDS is a strongly acidic solution with a pH of 3.7
Of course, CDS is the same as CDL. CDS is just the English term for CDL.