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Promlematic molar tooth after cds usage.. Need advice .. 16 Jul 2020 09:23 #65180

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Hi everyone,

first of all let me point out that I'm the kind of person who doesn't like dentists AT ALL :) I have to admit, it's kinda a nightmare to me ...
So knowing the fact that CDS is a good solution for dental and gum problems, I decided to do the gargle for my gums.Right after starting the CDS gargle a couple of times, one of  my molars became very sensitive and I wasn't even able to chew my food. It hurted so bad, no cold water, no hot tea etc. So I immediately stopped  and  it took over a month for the sensitivity to disappear. 
I'm pretty sure there's a problem on that one, because no other tooth shows any sign of ache or sensitivity other than this. 

Ok here is my question: 
Recently I've read a testimonial that this kind of ache and sensitivity disappears if you insist on doing the gargles and resist the pain for a while. 

Have any of you guys experienced this kind of pain before while doin the gargles ?

Are there any tips and tricks to heal this without having to resist the pain ? 

I was thinking about taking pain relievers while I do gargles, but I know, it's not a good idea. 

Do you think it's about dosage? Maybe reducing it might help.. :dry:

p.s. I'm using CDS for gargles and ph is 7. (measured with pH meter.) I do Kalckers CDS gargle protocol: 
10 ml of CDS to a glass with 200 ml   


Thanks in advance,
Pulvis et umbra sumus
Horace

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Promlematic molar tooth after cds usage.. Need advice .. 16 Jul 2020 17:57 #65183

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If you compare Andreas' teeth protocol to Jim's, AK's contains 10 times more CLO2 than Jim's; 30mg CLO2 vs 3mg.

AK's is more diluted than Jim's, 200ml water vs 60ml.

I would reduce the amount of 3000ppm CDS from 10ml down to 1ml in 60ml of water.

If that does not bother your teeth, then slowly increase the amount of CDS in the same amount of water.

You are using 3000ppm CDS, right?
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Promlematic molar tooth after cds usage.. Need advice .. 17 Jul 2020 10:02 #65192

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Thanks for the reply :)
Yes I'm using 3000ppm. CDS.
So instead of 10ml. of CDS into 200ml water
we reduce it to:
1ml. of CDs into 60ml. water.
So I'll be doin it this way and keep this post updated..
Thanks again
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