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Appropriate Toothbrush for MMS and DMSO?? 20 Apr 2024 23:03 #82152

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I have looked through through Jim Humble's MMS health recovery book on the teethbrushing protocol using either MMS or DMSO or both at the same time but cannot find any mention of what the appropriate toothbrush is for using these teethbrushing Protocols.  Both MMS and DMSO degrade, bleach and breakdown plastic and rubber which most toothbrushes have both of and both Toothbrushes also have artificial dyes which im sure are not healthy to swallow.  I've seen MMS and DMSO eat up and ruin plastic and rubber quickly when experimenting or accidentally mingling these things together.  So what I'm really worried about is swallowing harmful plastic and rubber and also worried about these substances negating the MMS or being carried into the body deeper by DMSO.  Does anybody know which Toothbrushes should be used like maybe wooden toothbrushes or all white plastic with no rubber comfort grips at the very least?

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Appropriate Toothbrush for MMS and DMSO?? 21 Apr 2024 10:49 #82158

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All your comments about causing damage to plastics would be about using DMSO. Is there a reason you are brushing teeth with DMSO? 

I would be more worried about the low pH of a tooth brushing solution softening tooth enamel and getting brushed off with a tooth brush. 

See attached tooth brushing protocol to stop this problem. 

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Appropriate Toothbrush for MMS and DMSO?? 21 Apr 2024 14:22 #82160

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I just use a regular toothbrush. I don't swallow the solution I use for brushing teeth and I don't see any reason to use DMSO for that either. A fairly mild CL02 solution for brushing teeth is all that is needed and won't affect a toothbrush as far as I know. The only other thing I do is add a drop or 2 of a baking soda solution to up the ph a bit so's it's not so acidic
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Appropriate Toothbrush for MMS and DMSO?? 22 Apr 2024 00:16 #82165

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I only had to brush once with MMS/DMSO and the problem fixed itself soon after. Use any tooth brush available in my opinion.

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Appropriate Toothbrush for MMS and DMSO?? 19 May 2024 00:48 #82404

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Since most tooth brushes use "hard plastic", my 'guess' is that they would
be fine for MMS/CD/ClO2/CDS. (which is probably why it is not mentioned
in Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook")

I don't think you should brush with DMSO. There really isn't any need for it.

I have a bamboo toothbrush. That might be the best.
 
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