So if the mouth isn't Ph it a no go on using MMS brushing teeth ? well this gives me a good reason to Quite Smoking and stop drinking coffee . try it 1 night it messed up the enamel but i stop using it and re strengthen the enamel with coconut oil wanna try using MMS again . because i have a big cavity that needs a root Canal but don't want the harmful side effects that comes with a root canal . been researching Ramiel Nagel & following Nancy Gurish ,Tony Pantalleresco on Youtube . my Cavity been healing because it hasn't got any bigger but there no sensitivity pain or funky smell like a few weeks ago sorry for being graphic about the smell lol . brushing with Turpentine Spirit of Gum only a few Drops on toothpaste and use SSKI iodine diluted in water on a floss proxabrush in the cavity mouthwash with Wheatgrass , Amla , Cayenne Pepper powder mix ever night before bed. morning just coconut oil guess i'll have too stick with that. into i quit my bad habits for a can start the MMS . PS to the guy who left this post try drinking outta a "Straw"
MMS1 is acidic and that can cause tooth enamel to soften and easily be brushed off with a tooth brush.
I heard that baking soda will make things more alkaline. Will rinsing the mouth with baking soda (not swallowing it, but I'm sure a tiny bit might go down the throat if you swallow your saliva after you rinsed it with water only) neutralize the effectiveness of the MMS1 in anyway?
Baking soda will reduce CLO2 in whatever CLO2 solution you are using for teeth brushing / mouthwash.
Measure the pH of your teeth brushing solution to be sure it has a neutral pH or higher. 7.0 is neutral.
If you use alkaline water, from the grocery store, to use as dilution water, you may get pH 7.0 or so.
Forgot to say that I'm not on any protocol for teeth at the moment. Right now I'm primarily using MMS1 internally for health issues, and doesn't want my mouth to be too acidic, and wondering if rinsing my mouth with baking soda will neutralize the effectiveness of the MMS1 in anyway. There's a bit of baking soda after taste even after I rinsed it with water only, which I don't mind if it doesn't interfere with MMS1 from doing what it needs to do internally.
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MMS (Master Mineral Solution) is Sodium Chlorite 28% (22.4% Sodium Chlorite, 5.6% Inert Salts and the remainder water) plus an acidic activator (usually 50% Citric Acid or 4% Hydrochloric Acid) when combined produces Chlorine Dioxide.