In this YOUTUBE video somewhere after the 35 minute mark to 45 minute mark, Dr. Andreas Kalcker discusses taking CD / MMS / Chlorine Dioxide sublingually. This was filmed at an Autism 2014 Symposium. Dr. Kalcker’s answer is framed for those who are intolerant of CD orally. It might help out when trying to fit in CD around eating, etcetera. One example where it may be effective is if one is having a strong response in the lungs. If you take a deep breath and feel a tightening. This is one example. Excellent video and one packed with information on a several fronts concerning the Kalcker Parasite Protocol, Rivera Book and more. I did not find specifics as to how long to hold the CD solution under the tongue, or how much, for it to be effective.
The key is experimenting. If you can ingest CD and just find it repugnant, I would personally not use this as a replacement for oral doses. Could be helpful at certain times and for certain people. Better to do this than not take it at all!
Jim Humble, or someone else, may address Sublingual Dosing of CD in videos or books. This is the first I was aware of it. May help someone out there that finding it hard to ingerst CD, eat, take meds, herbs, live, etcetera. CD is often used for dental hygiene, helping to save teeth that are loosening up. Putting CD in devices that use water to clean teeth has helped me.