CDS (Chlorine Dioxide Solution) 200ml


R 260.00




PRODUCT  Chlorine Dioxide Solution 200 ml  (CDS)

DESCRIPTION  Activated form of MMS (Jim Humble's Miracle Mineral Solution)   Chlorine dioxide is a broad-based biocide that destroys spores, bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

BENEFITS A recognised simple and safe form of water purification, for drinking water

FURTHER INFORMATION  

 

From Jim Humble

Chlorine Dioxide Solution (CDS)

 for water purification   

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE

CDS must be kept refrigerated and the cap replaced as quickly as possible after use,

to prevent "gassing out"

(just like a bottle of Coke would lose gas if left open too long!)

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Residents of Hamilton, OH love their tap water.  The National Citizen SurveyTM recently reported a 94 percent rating of Hamilton’s water as good or excellent.  Hamilton residents rated their water far higher than residents of any other municipality participating in The NCSTM this year.

“I’m not surprised,” said Jacob Stone of the City of Hamilton and three year resident.  “We have won multiple awards for our tap water.”

Best Tasting Water Awards

Hamilton residents aren’t the only ones who think their water is great.  The city won two Best Tasting Water awards in 2015 already.  Hamilton’s water was named “Best of the Best” in September by the Ohio chapter of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), and will represent Ohio at the national AWWA Water Taste Test competition in 2016.  Earlier this year Hamilton became two time winner of the Annual Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting(often called the Olympics of Water), earning the title of Best Municipal Tap Water in the World.

“It’s actually kind of funny,” said Stone as he recounted the story.  “I think it was six years ago.  Our water production guys thought, ‘Hey!  We have pretty good water.  We should enter one of these contests.’  And all of a sudden, they were winning.”

And they have been winning awards on the state, national and global level ever since.

The Secret Ingredient

Stone credits Water Production Superintendent John Bui for the water’s award-winning taste.  “He has fine-tuned our water treatment process to make our water exceptional,” Stone said.

Hamilton’s water treatment process is intricate and fine.  The water comes from the Great Miami Aquifer and is drawn from 21 deep wells. 

Treatment with chlorine dioxide, rather than chlorine, sets Hamilton’s method apart from others and lends to the water’s amazing taste.

Water To Be Proud Of

“This year’s award by the Ohio Section of the AWWA, as well as our outstanding performance in this competition over the last six years is a testament to the consistent quality of water that the City produces and the excellence and diligence of all the employees of the City’s Water System,” said John Bui in a recent press release.  “The citizens of Hamilton and the City Administration are proud of these employees as well as the invaluable water resource they provide.”

“I love the water,” Stone said.  “It’s the best tasting water I’ve had in my entire life.  I’ve always had to use filters everywhere else I’ve lived.  But here I just drink straight out of the tap.”

The City of Hamilton owns and operates the water services and other primary utilities.  The City has big plans, including producing delicious water with 70% non-carbon emitting electricity by the end of the year.  You can find out more about that at www.hamiltonohiobusiness.com.

 

Disclaimer:  The reader accepts 100% responsibility for any and all use of this product.

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What is CDS?

In a nutshell, this is the new way of making MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution)

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Chlorine Dioxide:

The history of one of the world’s most powerful, and safest, disinfectants

1814

Sir Humphrey Davy, a British chemist, discovers chlorine dioxide (CD), a result of potassium chlorate reacting with sulfuric acid. Although he fully understood the chemistry, he most likely did not appreciate the consequences: CD will prove to be more effective at killing more viruses, bacteria and fungi than any comparable disinfectant, such as chlorine bleach.1930s

Because of the disinfecting power of CD, use begins to grow. A major benefit of CD is that, as a true gas, it expands uniformly to fill the space it’s disinfecting. Due to concerns about the logistics of safely transporting the gas, industries wishing to use it decide to simply make it themselves in large quantities and activate it on site.

 

1944
To mitigate taste and odor problems, CD is introduces into a water treatment plant at Niagara Falls, N.Y. Other municipalities soon do the same. The water not only tastes better and has no unpleasant odor – it’s also safer to drink, thanks to CD’s strong disinfecting properties.

1950s
Brussels, Belgium, changes from chlorine to CD to disinfect drinking water in 1956. The 1950s see widespread use of CD in water treatment plants and swimming pools in the U.S. A new discovery is made: CD destroys biofilm, the algal slime that collects in cooling towers, among other places and harbors harmful bacteria. Chlorine bleach by contrast cannot kill biofilm.

1967
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registers an aqueous form of CD for use as a sanitizer and disinfectant. Even though it aggressively attacks pathogens it is extremely safe and CD is eventually used to commercially sanitize fruit.

1970s to early 1980s
The EPA begins recommending using CD instead of chlorine bleach to treat water because CD does not produce any harmful byproducts. Although chlorine and chlorine dioxide share a common name, they are fundamentally different chemicals with distinctly different chemical structures. This means they react differently when mixed with other compounds. Chlorine bleach is formed by adding chlorine gas to salt water. However, when chlorine bleach reacts with naturally occurring organic and inorganic matter in water streams, it produces THMs (trihalomethanes). THMs have been linked to cancer. Because of its superior efficacy and how safe is its, use of CD continues to grow.

1988
The EPA registers CD as a sterilizer. This means CD is both safe and effective to use in hospitals, healthcare facilities, and laboratories.

2001
CD, in both liquid and gas forms, becomes the number one substance used to decontaminate buildings where the anthrax attacks occurred. It’s success rate is based on how well is works against very small anthrax spores, how quickly and easily it is deploy. CD completely destroys anthrax without harming buildings.

2005
CD is deployed to eradicate mold infestations in homes damages by the flood waters from Hurricane Katrina. After a 12-hour treatment, a New Orleans restaurant is able to banish all mold inside without rebuilding.

2012 (January)
ProKure revolutionizes the way CD is deployed. For the first time, because of ProKure’s patented technology, CD can be created at any time, and anywhere there’s water. It can now be safely transported in dry pouches and made into a liquid disinfectant and deodorizer on site and on demand. In essence, the ProKure product line has made it possible for industries and companies of all sizes (not just a select few) to quickly and easily unleash the amazing power of chlorine dioxide.

2014 (November)
CD is now two hundred years old. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) registers ProKure V as a disinfectant against the Ebola virus. ProKure V begins to kill pathogens in a matter of seconds, whereas other commonly used, more traditional disinfectants take minutes. The rapid speed in which ProKure V kills pathogens makes it a product of choice for helping contain infectious-disease outbreaks and keeping public facilities cleaners and safer for everyone.

 

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