New at Trimedea: glass bottles with teflon cap
CDS against bacteria and parasites – for your health
Against disease-causing parasites, bacteria and a wide variety of disorders, there is a proven remedy that many people do not (yet) know about: CDS (chlorine dioxide solution). It is highly effective against bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, mites, spores, algae, legionella and countless ailments. Due to its high oxidizing capacity, CDS kills pathogens more effectively than conventional disinfectants or antibiotics, without risks and side effects, as proven by worldwide reports and studies.
That is why we have now added CDS to our portfolio. Trimedea’s 3000ppm chlordioxide solution (0.3%) is available in a 100ml violet glass bottle with three different tops to simplify dosing and different applications. Our 0.3% CDS solution is made with osmosis water as the base, then distilled and UMH activated – and when taken diluted with water, our CDS is virtually tasteless.
What is chlordioxide?
Chlordioxide is a water-soluble gas consisting of chlorine and oxygen. The gas dissolves in water at temperatures below 11 °C, the resulting highly diluted (yellowish) liquid is the CDS (chlordioxide solution). Chlordioxid (CD) disinfects and acts by oxidation without producing harmful degradation products. It dissociates into oxygen, water and common salt, which is completely harmless to the body.
Side effects and overdoses are not known with diluted solutions (base: 0.3% chlordioxid solution, which is further diluted) and intake according to instructions.
Warnings in the media always refer to MMS (Miracle Mineral Supplements) or other solutions – never to 0.3% chlordioxid solutions or 3000ppm solutions.
So, chlorine isn’t harmful after all?
The names chlorine dioxide and chlorine are confusingly similar, but they are two completely different substances that react and function chemically quite differently. Unlike chlorine dioxide, chlorine (Cl) kills pathogens by chlorination. This process can produce harmful compounds and substances that are harmful to human health or carcinogenic. If risks and side effects are mentioned in reports, they always refer to MMS or other solutions – not to chlorine dioxide / CDS!
What does CDS?
- Kills all types of pathogenic bacteria andparasites through oxidation
- Helps more effectively against multi-resistant bacteria than antibiotics
- Effectively disinfects wounds and injuries
- Neutralizes heavy metals and environmental toxins
- Increases the efficiency and energy of the body
- Increases the usable oxygen in the tissue and thus removes and thus removes the cause of many disorders
For which disorders and symptoms does CDS help, according to worldwide reports?
- Arterial congestion, arteriosclerosis
- Asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia
- Bladder diseases, hemorrhoids, kidney inflammation
- Colds, fever, flu
- Infections, malaria, tetanus
- Gastrointestinal infections, stomach ulcers, colon diseases
- Neurodermatitis, parasite infestation, fungal diseases
- Psoriasis, warts
- Earache, bursitis
- Wounds, gum inflammations
- And many more …
CDS without plastic parts
In the new CDS sets, a teflon cap, glass pipette and glass funnel protect the solution from reacting with plastic parts, thus ensuring particularly reliable use.
CDS in violet glass bottle (250/500 ml) with teflon cap, plus empty glass pipette bottle (100 ml) and/or glass funnel
Starting from 42 Euro!
What exactly is CDS chlorine dioxide?
Trimedea CDS / Chlorine Dioxide (0.3% – 3000ppm) is a water soluble gas consisting of chlorine and oxygen. The gas dissolves and mixes with water at temperatures below 11 degrees Celsius. The highly diluted liquid is then the CDS (chlorine dioxide solution). Chlorine dioxide disinfects and acts by oxidation without producing harmful degradation products. It decomposes into oxygen, water and common salt, which is completely harmless to the body. Side effects and overdoses are not known worldwide when taken as recommended.
How is CDS taken? Dosage & application
You can find detailed instructions on how to take CDS on your own responsibility on our FGS page.
Add 2ml (20 drops) of CDS 0.3% to a 1 litre bottle of osmosis water (or filtered water). This is the starting dose. This bottle content is now drunk at hourly intervals throughout the day.
Note in case of too strong initial reactions
In case of too strong and unpleasant initial reactions / detoxification symptoms, it is advisable to dilute the dose: add only 1 ml (10 drops) to 1 litre of water and wait to see if stronger reactions occur. If no stronger initial reactions occur, this dose should be used for three days. Afterwards, you can increase the daily dose again to 2 ml (20 drops) per litre.
If the 2 ml were well tolerated without strong initial reactions or detoxification symptoms (as known from naturopathy), you can increase to 3 ml (30 drops) CDS to 1 litre of water daily.
On the third day, you can add 4 ml (40 drops) to 1 litre of water. In this rhythm, CDS can be increased up to 10 ml (100 drops) in one litre of water as a diluted solution.
Important notes about CDS
Do not use metal bottles: Under no circumstances should metal bottles be used, as chlorine dioxide has an oxidative effect and reacts with metal.
Storage: Store in a cool place protected from light below 11 degrees Celsius (refrigerator).
If the solution has not been cooled for a long time, please store in the refrigerator for at least 2-3 hours before use.
Interactions with other medicines or preparations: To avoid possible interactions, the CDS solution should be taken 30 minutes before or after taking other preparations.
Important note: Especially antioxidant substances such as coffee, vitamin C, vitamin E, sodium bicarbonate and other substances neutralise the effect of CDS. These should be taken at least one hour before and after.
How can I make my own CDS preparation for external use?
Indications: Open wounds, acne, herpes, skin and nail fungus, tick or insect bites, warts, skin inflammations, psoriasis, ringworm, bite wounds
Dosage: Mix in a ratio of 1 to 2 – pour about 33ml CDS (one third of the bottle) into a 100 ml bottle, fill up with osmosis water (or filtered water), shake – ready to use. Dosing is possible with a pipette or spray attachment. Sensitive skin types start with the ratio CDS/water 1 to 3 (25ml) and increase as needed.
Sensitive mucous membrane inflammation, e.g. conjunctivitis:
For external use and sensitive mucous membranes, a ratio of 1:3 (CDL/water) should be used. This means: 25ml CDL (0.3 % solution) and (3 x 25) 75ml distilled water (alternatively osmosis water) are added to a 100 ml violet glass bottle with pipette or spray cap.
If this dilution is still too strong for sensitive mucous membranes, dilute the ratio further to 1:4, 1:5 or 1:6 and adjust to your own physical sensation.
Ear drops, otitis media:
CDS is diluted 1:2 with water. So 1 drop of CDS to 2 drops of water. Drop 3 drops of this solution into the ear concerned, the user lies on his side. After 2 minutes, you can stand up and let the CDS flow out of the ear. After 10 minutes, usually about 80% of the pain has already disappeared. This procedure can be repeated every hour until the pain is permanently improved.