WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CDS AND AMS?

CDS is chlorine dioxide solution which you create from AMS and saturate the gas into water. It has the same potential as activated AMS and drinking a dose with water, the only major difference is that there is 0% taste and 0% smell with CDS. AMS can have a certain taste that can be uncomfortable with water (juice is recommended). You don’t need to use both at the same time.

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  • Hello, i bought CDS (3000ppm). I downloaded all the GUIDES pdfs.
    So when it says “N° drops of AMS..” can I relate it with CDS equal quantities?
    Thanks

    • Dear Gabriele, 1+1 drops of AMS + Activator is equal to 1 ml of CDS (1 ml is 20 drops). Every time you see the description with drops for AMS count it as equal amount milliliters for CDS.

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    1. Gabriele G. says:

      Hello, i bought CDS (3000ppm). I downloaded all the GUIDES pdfs.
      So when it says “N° drops of AMS..” can I relate it with CDS equal quantities?
      Thanks

      • tobias says:

        Dear Gabriele, 1+1 drops of AMS + Activator is equal to 1 ml of CDS (1 ml is 20 drops). Every time you see the description with drops for AMS count it as equal amount milliliters for CDS.

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