In Jim Humble's brushing your teeth procedure as spelled out in MMS Health Recovery Guidebook Revised Edition, 2 ounces of water are added to 5 drops of MMS1.
But I'm now using CDS instead of MMS1 because it's so much easier.
Thinking that 5 drops of MMS1 = 5 ml CDS, I've been using that formula to brush my teeth, which right now is very important for me because I've learned that dental anesthetics are not to be trusted at present; I'm using CDS to help me avoid dentristry as long as possible.
However, the 5 ml CDS irritates my throat a little bit.
So, I'm wondering whether 5 ml CDS is too much?
5ml of 3000ppm CDS in 2 fl oz (60ml) of water will probably bother anyone's throat, it is too strong.
Hello, thank you for the information on how to properly brush teeth. Once I have added baking soda to the mixture, how can I measure the ph of the solution? I just want to be sure that it is properly mixed before brushing teeth.
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