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Question Sodium Chlorite by IV

There is a prescription drug that is available that is sodium chlorite by IV. Does anyone recall the name of it?...... well, I thought it was a prescription drug but maybe not.. I'm not sure at all that the following product was what I was thinking of.
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I'm not sure if this is what I was trying to remember about.

http://www.momentum98.com/dioxychlor.html

Naturopathic doctors have used this by IV for a long time. They have changed the name of the product now. It has the same effect of MMS. Seems to be a different pathway to the same effect.


"The use of Dioxychlor as a substance dates back to World War I, when it was used by the Western powers to save the lives of soldiers with infections, particularly gangrene. It has since been found to have a multiplicity of uses which, at first glance, seems unrelated and with no apparent biochemical explanation.
In terms of fungicide use, it is noted that one anti-fungal agent in common use (nystatin) - with prolonged usage - leads to the development of resistance to the drug and continued symptoms. The mechanism of action of Dioxychlor is related to biochemical
processes within the fungus which are so basic to survival that resistance is important: as a result no new resistant strains develop from the use of Dioxychlor, unlike other fungicides. "

"Dioxychlor is an inorganic compound composed of chlorine and two atoms of nascent oxygen covalently bonded. It is the chemical property of Dioxychlor which makes possible the release of nascent oxygen upon decomposition during its action as an oxidizing agent, leaving a non-toxic chloride residue."
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Hi Arrowwind,

Is not this the same DioxyChlor = Chlorine dioxide = ClO2 and NaCl with combined oxygen should be NaClO2 = sodium chloriTe ? Chlorine dioxide is being used for a long time before was rediscovered now some call it miraclemineralmms or MMS. There are quite some documents about chlorine dioxide and how is used to purify water and how its gas is very effective against Influenza virus.

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