I have seen people tie themselves in knots over making CDS. It really is very simple, and below is a quick video, showing you my method, with a breakdown of steps below it.
A 500 ml stout mason jar.
A shot glass.
A 10 ml syringe.
Clean water, preferably distilled
1. Put your shot glass into your mason jar and pour the distilled water into the mason jar so that it is around a centimetre (quarter inch) from the top of the shot glass. Do not get water into the shot glass.
2. Take the plunger part of the syringe out, so you can pour the solution into the top of the syringe. Make sure you have your finger covering the other end so the liquid does not escape.
3. Pour in one of the substances (doesn't matter which) into the syringe up to the 10 ml marker. Then remove your finger so it can empty into the shot glass. (You may want to gently prize out the plastic dropper in your bottle if they are new, so it pours quickly.)
4. Repeat step 3 with the second of the substances.
5. Close lid on mason jar, and place in a cupboard for 48 hours.
6. After 48 hours have passed, you will see that both the water and the substances in the shot glass are the same colour.
7. Remove the shot glass. You can tip the contents down the sink, or put into a spray bottle dilute with water and use a surface cleaner.
8. You are then left with Chlorine Dioxide Solution (CDS) in your mason jar.
9. Store it in your fridge. CDS needs to be kept chilled and out of sunlight. It doesn't go off as such, but it does degrade over time. If you can't really smell it anymore or it's gone clear it's time to make a new batch. It should last a few weeks in your fridge.
I recommend getting a litre sports bottle - preferably brown or red to stop ultra violet light getting in) for when you are taking your protocol.
I tend to stick with protocol C, which is to add 10 ml of the CDS to 1 litre of water, and sip over an 8 hour period. Please do check out the other protocols for ailments here. (You can have anything up to 30ml if you have an infection or as little as 5ml if you are finding initial detox symptoms troubling).
I also keep some CDS neat in a small spray bottle. This is handy for wound care and healing, spray onto open wounds for instant and antibiotic use.
You can spray a mist onto fruit and veg to kill any unwanted pathogens, or use as a safe sanitiser spray.
For a general detox I take CDS daily for 2 weeks, then once a week thereafter. (Expect detox symptoms if you are just starting - headache / fatigue etc - you can either take a day off or lower the dose if necessary.)