Are you sure...?
Take some time and read up on chlorine dioxide and chlorous acid. In industry using the concentrations involved in the MMS protocol, the kill is done in 15 - 60 seconds.
If you followed the MMS protocol for a day and if it is as effective as Jim Humble claims, you should have killed everything off in the first half a day. The other half would have just been for good measure.
Now if your pathogens do not respond to oxidation, or if you are unable to get the oxidant into contact with the pathogen, you are better off trying something else. Continuing to expose your body to oxidative stress can be counterproductive.
If you need killing, use it and then move on to the healing. You may end up doing more damage if you try to kill over and over again. I guess you could ponder how dead is dead, but ponder this while you are resting on the beaches of health sipping the margaritas of life.
While there is little data on using these chemicals in the body, Jim Humble seems to think that they work just like they do in industry. If that is really the case, then spend a few hours killing and then get on with the healing.
Now, after all of that, activating sodium chlorite with water and using low concentrations of that seems to have some energizing factor on the electron transport chain. It is too early to know what exactly is going on with this, but it is a very interesting theory. Rather than killing, this is more like digging in before an assault.
These are very powerful chemicals. At the levels involved with the MMS protocol, they are designed for immediate results, provided they make contact with the pathogens.
You may want to reconsider your approach and focus on healing.
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