Truthquester wrote: Martin, is what you're doing to regenerate your teeth actually working? Have you seen signs of regrowth yet?
No signs of regeneration yet Scott, I'm only in my second day trial. Can so far only say that the disinfection part works as well as my reduced acid CDH normally does. My research has me convinced that this solution is a better choice for teeth than any SC solution though. That's why I try it.
Actally I do not expect my bad tooth, or what's left of it, to regenerate. Not full regeneration anyway. This for me is more about finding the correct solution for teeth in general. Especially when we know that both acidic and oxidative solutions can cause mineral loss and which opens the door for cavities..
Some of the reasons why I'm giving Tony's solution a try:
CHRISSTINIS wrote: i changed it for me the recipe and use 6 teaspoons of TriSodium Phosphate (TSP), 3 tablespoons of Baking Soda to 16oz of distilled water
or 500 grams of Ro water.
Hi CHRISSTINIS, you use a quite some stronger and less buffered solution. How long have you been using this? Why did you change the strength? And have you obtained any results? One more question; what is the chemical formula of the trisodium phosphate you use?
Btw, 6 tea spoons is equal to 2 table spoons. Less scooping
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Thanks Mart1n re the below;
I have ordered!
I will definitely be using it as per the formula of Tony
Yes Poler the one you got there I would not be afraid of using. The E339 indicates it's being used for food conservation, meaning it should be food grade.
Seller specifies it as:
Chemical formula: Na3PO4x9H2O
Appearance: white crystalline powder
Purity: complies to the purity requirements of E339 (food additive); N13-01
One can also use trisodium phosphate as a supplement. Apparently 70mg per day is an appropriate dose. Again, far too alkaline to be swallowed pure.
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the formula is Na3PO4.12H2O and i am using it around three months my toothpaste also has TSP at 0.3% . i use more TSP as i show that was safe and
it cleans also and all the mouth from vacteria and parasites and as it goes and more down cleans a little and more down
as for the less baking soda i had to shake it so that to disolve well and its work was to rise the ph of the mouth to more that 8 the 2-3 were making very well this job
and thanks for the counting that 6 tea spoons is equal to 2 table spoons as i was rising the scoops every time i had to refill the bottle so i didnt notice it.
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- Every ml of CDH contains 1 drop of MMS, so 1 drop of MMS = 1ml of CDH
- MMS is 7 to 10% activated in 30 seconds while CDH made with 4% HCl is about 50% activated in the bottle. This is why CDH is far less nauseating than MMS drops
I made a fresh batch of CDS and measured the pH in 60 ml of distilled water as before. This time I got 3.8 pH, so averaging the first test result of 5.8 pH with this newest one, the average is 4.8 pH. Still better than MMS1 or CDH for teeth brushing.
This trisodium phosphate product has not any water molecules attached to it. Thats why it's nearly 100% strength.
Mine, CRISSTINIS and Polers' product is a bit less pure/strong because it is the hydrated form. Both can be used, and are being used as food additives, but following the original recipe you would need some tiny bit less of the trisodium phosphate.
However, the original recipe has been been tinkered with by CHRISSTINIS. He seems not to have been hurting himself. This protocol is kind of flexible.
On the other hand, too much of a certain essential mineral often has the same consequences as too little. Over time anyway.
I'm going to up dosing somewhere in between Tony's and CHRISSTINIS' and see how it goes.
The amazon provider talks about buffering with vinegar instead of sodium bicarbonate. This is most likely meant for -mg- internal supplement use. What we're after here is external for mouth..
CLO2 wrote: I made a fresh batch of CDS and measured the pH in 60 ml of distilled water as before. This time I got 3.8 pH, so averaging the first test result of 5.8 pH with this newest one, the average is 4.8 pH.
MMS, the unactivated form dilluted in water, may be best suited for brushing teeth. Because it is alkaline and disinfective, as is trisodium phosphate ?
But it would still have oxidative properties and which not necessarilly is a good thing for the mineral content of teeth. Low concentration would probably be ok though. Still, trisodium phosphate seems to be a better all-round alternative.
ClO2, if you got the time and interest for it, could you check the PH of a batch of reduced acidity (50%) CDH, and also a batch of plain MMS solution dissolved in water?
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