In 2016 I bought a 1 inch big Moldavite stone for better meditation. I made a mistake because I slept with it very close to my crown chakra for about 4 nights in a row. Apparently a 4 night long exposure to a very powerful Moldavite made skin on my face and scalp very dry almost overnight and still is to this day even during summer which is very annoying. If I flex my face muscles it feels like dried glue on my scalp. It also caused seborrheic dermatitis on my scalp and a quick hair loss to an extent above my forehead. Too quick for natural male baldness!
Is there a solution to cure my dry scalp and skin and stimulate sebaceous glands into secreting more oil? Doctors can't help me and my blood tests came out fine. Is there any way or are my sebaceous glands permanently fried due to too much Moldavite? I use avocado oil to moisturize my face it but the effects are only temporary until avocado oil dries up. I removed dermatitis with baking soda but it always eventually returns. Would chlorine dioxide help curing dry skin and maybe even stimulate hair regrowth? I have it but haven't tried it on skin yet. Also I don't know how much distilled water must I take for 1 drop of CD for topical use. Is there a solution to permanently reverse the damage on my skin caused by a Moldavite stone? Thank you for all your help!
I don't know if chlorine dioxide (CLO2) will help your skin problem.
If you want to try CLO2 topically, the sodium chlorite solution with the most CLO2 content would be CDS, because it is 100% CLO2 gas in a water solution. MMS1 used externally contains about 10% of its possible CLO2 content and CDH about 50%.
Often, CDS can be applied full-strength, but to be safe, first dilute it and then slowly reduce dilution if no negative side effects occur.
Let us know what you decide to do and the results. Thanks!
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