Does anyone familiar with Osteon II? It was injected into the wound site as part of the Oral surgery to promote bone regeneration.
I am worried that rinsing with MMS and especially with DMSO might damage the Osteon.
Any advise , please?
You can use MMS1, CDH or CDS to brush teeth, but be sure your water is not acidic. The water I used for testing the Teeth Brushing Protocol was acidic, so I shouldn't brush with that combination of water and Sodium Chlorite Solutions (MMS1, CDH or CDS). And, until I can come up with a non-acidic source of clean water, I don't use the Teeth Brushing Protocol.
You can test your water using inexpensive pH test strips. Then test the pH when you have added one of the Sodium Chlorite Solutions. Testing showed that CDS decreased pH the least, making the teeth brushing solution the least acidic compared to CDH and MMS1.
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