I found it on this forum actually , a woman had posted it as Jim Humbles formula for tooth infection under a crown or similar.
I am going to try and hunt it out - it was a pretty exact formula, and I think I saw it here and somewhere else too - but it might take me a bit of time to find it.
The formula did talk about brushing it round the mouth, not swishing it as I did - but i thought swishing would be gentler on the teeth , so went for that idea.
However I followed the amounts pretty exactly.
"I think it would be unwise to use MMS1 or CDH for teeth brushing, because their very low pH will attack tooth enamel and soften it. When brushing with such low pH solutions, brushing can cause tooth enamel to be removed!"
Exactly. Or should we say worse than expected.
For some reason I started long ago using only half the amount of acid when making CDH. It still activates pretty good. And it always helps my bad tooth keep quiet.
In general the only SC solution that can be used to brush teeth is CDS.
Scientific approach much appreciated. Spread far and wide ASAP.
Thankyou very much for that testing on the MMS and other solutions - really good information for everyone - I will be sticking with the CDS!
It doesnt suprise me how acidic the MMS solution was - it really nuked my teeth, I am just glad I swished rather than
brushed - and was super gentle with the teeth afterwards once I realized they were not feeling right.
It is usually best to follow the latest Jim Humble approved protocols and those are only found in Jim's latest book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook.
I find it strange that apparently no one tested MMS1 teeth brushing solutions for pH. Maybe we did not know that acids in our mouths can attack teeth enamel, although that info has been available for some time. I guess better late than never! Now we know. Maybe that is one reason we get cavities?
I do find it strange that no-one considered/tested the acidity factor before -
I actually just assumed that the combination of the MMS1 and the activator somehow neutralized the acidity ;
because I knew acidity was bad and assumed such a formula would not be promoted if it was negative to the teeth.
I think acids attacking enamel is one reason for cavities -
but there seem to be many theories around cavities, including diet and mineralization of the teeth, the environment of the mouth in terms
of having the right bacteria to combat cavities, and the right saliva , the right probiotic environment in the mouth, etc etc! I wish there was a simpler solution , lol
But I will be trying the tri-sodium phosphate, as soon as I can get hold of it .
I will update on results in time.
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