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TOPIC: Brushing Teeth With MMS

Brushing Teeth With MMS 31 Jan 2011 02:14 #337

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Two days ago I decided to brush my teeth with MMS and the sensitivity has become unbearable! I read that one can use it as mouthwash with a waterpik floss and would have the same effect. Is this true?

I also just read a warning from Jim Humble about not using MMS if you had metal and something about creating some kind of a gas inside your mouth. I have a small bridge with a metal base as well as one metal filling. Ooops! Any insides on that?

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Re: Brushing Teeth With MMS 05 Feb 2011 00:35 #438

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This may not be the best forum to get fast answers. I need to know this answer as well as I have had my teeth become very sensitive as well. Is there a forum that Jim Humble is monitoring? If so please post it as it is very important that we get the facts straight asap when we have concerns.:S

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Re: Brushing Teeth With MMS 06 Feb 2011 18:06 #474

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Hi Bill, I forwarded the LadyK query to Jim Humble. When I get an answer, if I do, I'll post it here.

One of the major properties that chlorine dioxide has in the body is the penetration and removal of bio-films, and I think that when these films, that are acting to protect colonies of bacteria, break down, their contents are released. Also, the films may be protecting lesions or inflamed areas of skin, that can then react painfully when exposed.

I have been using a strong (10 [activated] drops to one ounce of water/juice) as a mouthwash, much stronger than the 3-4 drops I was using before, and I've experienced electrical discharges from the metal in my mouth when I first put this in my mouth. Though chlorine dioxide can react with metals (you shouldn't use metal cups or bottles when activating MMS1), I don't think that it's strongly reactive after it's diluted.

This is, of course, assuming it's diluted. I don't know what the strength of the solution that LadyK was using, how she prepared it, or how she used it in brushing.

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Jim Humble reply Re: Brushing Teeth With MMS 08 Feb 2011 03:42 #499

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I sent Jim the previous posts here, and here's his answer:

Tooth sensitivity is probably caused by not getting the MMS to the infection. I would begin by just swishing the MMS in my mouth for a few days several times a day. Then brush very lightly using a 10 drop dose as usual. Keep working at it until you kill the infection, you can be sure it is an infection if it causes pain. Just go slow until it is fixed.

I never said not to use MMS if you have metal in your mouth. It doesn't matter if you have metal or not so far as brushing is concerned, however, metal creates a battery and that creates a flow of electricity near your brain. It can have bad effects on you. Use a small voltmeter. Put one lead on the metal and the other lead against the inside of your cheek. You will see a small voltage. Even a small one is not good.

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