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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 11 Aug 2019 08:35 #61068

Hi Mart1n,
I ll agree with you that TSP is in different strengths and this is the one reason to readjust, by me the initial recipe, but the other reason is also exciting. As I wash my mouth with this mouthwash and left the residuals in my mouth to work better, some of them slowly went down to my throat and after some mouthwashes, a broken membrane appeared to wash out from my throat.
I realized then, that the blind spot behind my throat, which had hidden various pathogens which re infect us, when the immune system goes down. This spot is giving to me a burning sensation when i swallow strong dilutions of cdh or cds. This spot seemed to me that were building together a coating membrane, so that to protect themselves, Which TSP somehow was breaking apart this membrane, and made this blind spot smaller and more effective the cdh or cds. Therefore, as an extra bonus the normal use of TSP is giving less hiding pathogens to cdh and cds. In addition it is a very good degreaser which is breaking apart the lipid stealth coating of various pathogens, like turpentine, curcumin oil, coconut oil and now TSP.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, a person can safely consume up to 70 grams of the additiveTSP every day without risking health issues. However, the fact that so many popular foods contain TSP is concerning, making it difficult to regulate one’s daily intake. It is possible to ingest high amounts on a daily basis without realizing it, especially among those who enjoy processed meats and cheeses.

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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 11 Aug 2019 09:19 #61069

Sounds good CHRISSTINIS.

Talking about fat-dissolving solutions, I would use this for limited periods of time. Because we totally depend on both fat and cholesterol. Without healthy fats neurodegenerative diseases will be right around the corner.
Another clue, I remember Tony in one of his videos saying you should use oil to "re-hydrate" the skin after a salt/turpentine cleanse of the skin. Apparently becuase the salt and turpentine draws the fatty acids out of the skin..

If extensive use of trisodium phosphate goes hand in hand with eating sufficient healthy fats there likely won't be much of a problem.
Your thoughts?

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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 11 Aug 2019 09:41 #61070

According to the Food and Drug Administration, a person can safely consume up to 70 grams of the additiveTSP every day without risking health issues. However, the fact that so many popular foods contain TSP is concerning, making it difficult to regulate one’s daily intake. It is possible to ingest high amounts on a daily basis without realizing it, especially among those who enjoy processed meats and cheeses.
i recommend TSP as it is some milligrams to our mouth protecting and regenerating our teeth and gums and is keeping less possibility to a re infection, even with mms it is difficult to recover from a cold. i was using cds and colloidal silver together so that to strike effectively this blind spot so that to recover in less of 8 hours if i caught cold, now if i ll catch cold i ll try TSP with cds and colloidal silver to see the effectiveness.

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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 11 Aug 2019 10:12 #61071

CHRISSTINIS wrote: According to the Food and Drug Administration, a person can safely consume up to 70 grams of the additiveTSP every day without risking health issues.


The "70 grams" must be a misunderstanding. What you say is being confirmed here , but the site they link to says something completely different: Tolerable Intake: MTDI 70 mg/kg bw (as P)

Obviously, tolerable is not the same as beneficial.

70 mg/kg would be around one teaspoon (5 grams) if your weight is 70 kg. A lot less, but still too much I'm afraid. But then, the food industry, including the FDA, is part of the NWO mob.
Correct me if I'm wrong.

A mouthwash with the concentration you use will be absorbed to some degree, but I doubt it can be measured in grams. Maybe not even in milligrams.

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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 11 Aug 2019 17:23 #61075

Hi Mart1n, i found it here meritagemed.com/what-is-trisodium-phosphate/
Obviously, tolerable is not the same as beneficial, but again is like salt, too much can kill you, But little is beneficial. In one mouthwash exist approximately 200 milligrams, which the mostly is spit.

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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 11 Aug 2019 18:30 #61076

CHRISSTINIS wrote: Hi Mart1n, i found it here meritagemed.com/what-is-trisodium-phosphate/


The 70 grams error is on the website you link to. Click on the hyperlink where they say "70 grams of the additive" and you will see they got it from the "Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives . They don't say 70 grams, but 70mg/kg, which is 70 milligrams per kilogram of weight. 70mg/kg is eaqual to 4,9 grams for a person that weighs 70 kilograms, not 70 grams.

I agree that 1 gram more or less is not really a problem as long it's about a mouthwash. But this is a 65 gram error on which you seem to have based your adjusted dosing.

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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 11 Aug 2019 19:40 #61077

Hi Mart1n,
It seemed that you are right about TRISODIUM PHOSPHATE, but I am using Trisodium phosphate dodecahydrate, which is about three times less potent
from TRISODIUM PHOSPHATE, so as I am using Trisodium phosphate dodecahydrate, it seemed that my correction to the initial formula was correct.
So it is 5-6 teaspoons Trisodium phosphate dodecahydrate and 2 teaspoons for TRISODIUM PHOSPHATE.
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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 12 Aug 2019 01:43 #61079

Looking at differences in strength CHRISSTINIS, the P2O5 content of my trisodium dodecahydrate is 19%
And here a anhydrous product with a P2O5 content of 41% - which is double the amount.
You may have a point then for incrasing dosage.

What is the phosphate content of your dodecahydrate? Very few providers do list the phosphate content of their product.

One correction on my >90% purity grade. I assumed the other 10% was the water (dodecahydrate), but that seems not to bee the case. 90% is merely technical grade and contains impurities, possibly toxins. Close to 100% pure is what I will order next.

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started mms ,dmso protocol ,teeth hurt? 12 Aug 2019 06:36 #61082

While rereading the Teeth Brushing Procedure in Jim's latest book on page 74, I noticed that he says this:

"Note: For a number of years, people around the world have been successfully using MMS1 to keep their mouths in shape and to overcome various teeth and gum infections. You don’t have to worry about the alkalinity of the sodium chlorite nor the acidity of MMS1 leaching mercury out of your teeth. This is because the acidity in the MMS activator when mixed drop for drop with the MMS (sodium chlorite) which is alkaline, is calculated to mostly cancel one another out, leaving the MMS1 solution much closer to neutral. The acidity is then much less than most fruits and cannot hurt your teeth or leach mercury from your fillings. Keep in mind that fruits and vegetables are acidic in nature more so than MMS1 doses. (For more information on the acidity and alkalinity of fruits and vegetables, see Appendix C.)"

Notice that he says the MMS1 mix of acid, acid and alkaline MMS is CALCULATED to cancel each other out, leaving a solution close to pH 7, neutral. So, the calculation must have been wrong and apparently no pH measurements were taken! Also, no mention of possible tooth enamel damage that could be caused by a low pH (acid) MMS1 solution in combination with brushing of the softened enamel.

I believe when deciding to use MMS (general term for SCS) for a particular ailment, there is usually a best SCS (MMS1, CDS or CDH) for that ailment. In the case of teeth brushing, it is obvious that CDS (WITHOUT added MMS) would be the best SCS choice.
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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