Is Potassium Chloride Solution for Internal Use or External

Posted by Jan (Lowell, MA) on 09/07/2006

I would like to ask Ted from Thailand if the Potassium Chloride solutions that he gives for MRSA are for internal use or for external. Also, I am going to get a container of 100% PC. How does one make it into a 20 or 15 percent solution?? I am very anxious about this as both my sons have bad cases of this and the four courses of antibiotics have not worked.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Potassium Chloride is NOT going to work because its pH is only 7. You need an alkaline form. Try Baking soda as a substitute instead, it is a weaker version but works too.

How does one make it into a 20 or 15 percent solution??

For baking soda, in you can just add as much baking soda until it can no longer dissolve itself in the solution. This is easier for you without the math. Again, I would much prefer a stronger alkaline solution but this will do.


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