I'm taking my trisodium phosphate solution as it is and sip straight from the bottle. A mouthfull, probably something like 10-15ml per mouthwash. I use it after meals and acidic drinks like kefir, tea and coffee. Not only for cleaning but also to keep my mouth alkaline and add some of the regenerating mineral phosphate.
Martin said: "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?"
I tested your CDH recipe of 5 ml of 4% HCL + 10 ml of MMS + 225 ml of distilled water. The CLO2 concentration measured 1380 ppm. I brewed it inside a fridge, and from past testing, that will result in higher CLO2 concentration than at room temperature.
1 ml in 60 ml of distilled water measured 3.4 pH.
5 drops (0.20 ml) of MMS in 60 ml of distilled water measured 8.7 with a pH meter and 6 pH with two different pH strips. I calibrated the pH meter recently.
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Using only half the amount of acid resulting in the same PH? I don't get it. Probably CDH PH goes up by time, same as with CDS?
I will try the plain MMS solution for mouthwash and brushing and see how that works for my bad tooth.
Meanwhile the bad tooth is quite happy with the trisodium phosphate solution.
Thank you for testing!
I have received TriSodium Phosphate Anhydrous (TSP) 43.1% P205 - US Food Grade Granular, 12 oz from Amazon
and made my first teeth regenerator batches. At first the baking soda would not completely dissolve, so I kept adding water a little at a time until the solution was clear.
This is the recipe I came up with:
330 ml water
1 level teaspoon (US) TSP
3 level tablespoons (US) baking soda
Shake the glass container vigorously from time-to-time to help the powders dissolve into the water.
Measured the pH as 7.96
Made two batches and in both, the end result was a clear solution without any undissolved ingredients. Note that while dissolving the ingredients into the water, the mixing container became quite cold.
thanks for the files on that company and their toothpaste/serum - interesting! They have a few nasty chemicals in there as well, so I will be happy to try the baking soda
and trisodium phosphate mixture!
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