Links to recent news articles
In a 1981 study titled "Controlled Clinical Evaluations of Chlorine Dioxide, Chlorite
and Chlorate in Man" by JUDITH R. LUBBERS, SUDHA CHAUHAN and JOSEPH R. BIANCHINE
The Department of Pharmacology, The Ohio State University, College of Medicine, 333 W. 10th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210 concluded that: "within the limits of the study, the relative safety of oral ingestion of
chlorine dioxide and its metabolites, chlorite and chlorate, was demonstrated by the absence of detrimental physiological response.
The purpose of this study was done because "Chlorine dioxide is currently under serious consideration in
the United States as an alternative to chlorine water treatment.
Before chlorine dioxide may be used routinely as a water
disinfectant, the safety of oral human ingestion of chlorine
dioxide and its by-products must be assessed. For this purpose,
a controlled clinical evaluation of chlorine dioxide, chlorite
and chlorate was undertaken under the auspices of USEPA
Here is a link to an article published October 17, 2010 in "Daily Finance" an AOL money and finance site that addresses the real and growing problem of Superbugs in health care facilities and how ineffective current efforts to control the spread of these Superbugs has been. "Eight Deadly Superbugs Lurking in Hospitals" is a real eye opener. Even the comments and links are enlightening. The bottom line is that prevention is the real solution. Unrestricted and inappropriate use of antibiotic is the cause of the problem and new and more effective antibiotics are not likely to be the solution, the bugs will just mutate again and again and again.
In the "Health and Freedom Alliance Blog July 16, 2009 and article titled "Chlorine Dioxide (aka MMS) Registered by the FDA for MRSA Prevention Protocol (or) was published.
In the "Health
and Freedom Alliance Blog July 16, 2009 and the Journal
of General Virology (or)an article titled "Protective effect
of low-concentration chlorine dioxide gas against influenza A virus infection" written
by Norio Ogata and Takashi Shibata, was published. It talks about the value
of very low concentrations of CLO2 gas on influenza viruses.
In a recent article entitled
"Swine Flu Is
Scary to Many 71" stabilized chlorine dioxide is
referred to as a possible preventive for the Swine Flu. Though this report
refers mostly to chlorine dioxide dissolved in water, it also makes reference
to the benefits of chlorine dioxide gas.
Concerns About MRSA (or)
Read about the latest study and find all the other info you need.
In Volume 10 No.3 of the Archive Products Newsletter an article entitled
A Treatment for Mold in Libraries
by Kristina L. Southwell
(or) was published extolling
the benefits and capability of chlorine dioxide. The mechanical technology of
the product being discussed is fairly old but the CLO2 technology remains very
IDS Packaging's view on Chlorine Dioxide and
Redefining Chlorine Dioxide Delivery Systems and the PDF version
The New York Times reports on a rise in the illness in some schools.
More Than The Nose Knows
More Than Your Nose Knows About What Is In Your Hockey Bag
Schools in Several States Report Staph Infections, and Deaths Raise the Alarm
New York Times Article reports on MRSA infections and deaths.
Overview of Malaria Mineral Supplement
Using ClO2 and variations to cure or at least treat Malaria and Terminal Aids
What is MRSA and what does it look like?
Disinfectants Chlorine Dioxide
This is a technical discussion of the history and various methods of producing chlorine dioxide.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome from the consumer health organization of Canada by Rodrigo Rodriguez, M.D.
This article talks about the use of dioxychlor (a variation on the stuff that makes chlorine dioxide dissolved in water) in the treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Candida.
Chlorine Dioxide Gas Toxicity
This report contains the collective views of an international group of experts
and does not necessarily represent the decisions or the stated policy of the
United Nations Environment Programme, the International Labour Organization,
or the World Health Organization. It explores the use of chlorine dioxide mostly
in the industrial environment at levels far in excess of 20 PPM.
of this report in the current setting is to show that the effects of the highest
concentrations attainable with the Quick Release version of OdorXit ClO2 (10
PPM) can be moderately dangerous for long term exposure which is why we recommend
in the strongest possible terms to not be in the treated area during the 24
hour treatment period. It also shows that the highest concentrations attainable
with the Extended Release version of OdorXit ClO2 (.01
PMM) are not dangerous or toxic to human or animals.
Anthrax spore decontamination using chlorine dioxide
This US EPA article from the Pesticides: Topical & Chemical Fact Sheets web site talking about treating anthrax with CLO2 gas. The levels described in this article are as much as 50,000 time higher than what we have found necessary to accomplish the desired effects.
Occupational Safety and Health Guideline for Chlorine Dioxide
This NIOSH document from the US Department of Labor talks about the safe exposure limits for CLO2.