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MMS Testimonial No. 2 Dental Problems

14th September 2007 by Arrow Durfee Posted in Uncategorized

No. 1

MMS before the Dentist . . . I bought MMS from . . . and had 10 days to use it before my dental appointment. Today was my appointment, and I want you to know that all my gum pockets decreased by 1 number. This is the only thing I have done differently. So, I’m interesed in the kits. K M., US

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No. 2

Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2007 17:17:26 -0000
Subject: Abcessed Tooth

Re Abcessed Tooth:

A little over a year ago, I got an infection below one of my teeth.
I spiked a fever and my lymph gland under my jaw enlarged. After
four nights of being awake with pain, I went to an emergency dental
clinic and got RX for antibiotics and oxycodone. A temporary
solution to be sure but it’s never been as severe again.

Then I went to a dentist and he referred me to a surgeon for by
optionis which were 1)total removal of the tooth, root canal with
crown, or an implanted tooth.

So I’ve been waiting over a year now for the miracle which didn’t
happen. My tooth continues to hurt when I eat and it is somewhat
loose and my gum has been sensitive and even mushy at times.

About two weeks ago, my gum was swollen, bleeding and leaking fluid
of some sort, don’t like to think about it much. But at any rate I
was getting ready to go off to the surgeon for the options to the
tune of $2500 or so.

As you can imagine, I was really pleased when I found out about
MMS. I didn’t go to the doctor, something I don’t recommend because
it’s a personal decision and all the warnings on health products
tell you to go to see your health practicioner.

I’ve been taking MMS daily for 5 days now. Haven’t been faithful
with the brushing but I do swish and swallow the activated juice.
The bleeding has stopped and the gum doesn’t feel so mushy. I still
have pain when I chew and the tooth is still loose.

Looking forward to a better mouth within another 4 weeks.

PS. I prefer to activate with citric acid solution because of Dr.
Rath’s work. I don’t really care to eliminate the cholesterol and
plaque from my high load arteries without the healing of the
underlying tissue being supported.

I

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8 Responses to “MMS Testimonial No. 2 Dental Problems”

  1. Arrow Durfee Says:

    We have learned from Jim Humble that if you have Candida or simply cannot tolerate vinegar when mixing your MMS, citric acid works well. Below are his instructions for using citric acid.

    Obtain citric acid in powder form as citric acid crystals. Some health food stores carry them, or you can order them from a pharmacy.

    To make a 10% solution of citric acid: Put one level tablespoon full of crystals in a clean glass or jar. Then add 9 level tablespoons full of purified water into the same jar. When the crystals have dissolved, this is a 10% solution. In all cases when using the citric acid as an activator, use 5 drops for each 1 drop of MMS. Do everything else the same. Wait 3 minutes after mixing, add juice and drink.

    When using the citric acid as an activator, be sure to keep in mind all of the other instructions concerning taking the MMS. Start with taking 1 drop of MMS and 5 drops of citric acid and then work up to greater amounts.

    Remember, you need at least as much vinegar as MMS. Even a little bit more is okay. An easy way to measure your vinegar is to use 1/4 tsp. per 1-6 drops of MMS and 1/2 tsp. per 7-15 drops of MMS.

    When using the citric acid solution, as mentioned above, you need 5 drops citric acid solution to each drop of MMS. Since droppers come in various sizes, you may want to use the same size dropper for the MMS and the citric acid so you know you are getting enough for good activation.

  2. baby Says:

    Also, Jim says to brush only one minute with the MMS solution so I set the timer on that too. I brush and swish but only for the recommended minute. I also got a waterpik and am hoping for reduced pockets as well.

  3. Michael Talmadgge Says:

    I got an abcess in my last molar and in considerable pain visited the Dentist. He scheduled a root canal in one week. Started MMS at 8 drops brushing morning, noon and night. One week later cancelled my appointment with the dentist as the abcess was gone. I’ve kept up the brushing once a day with the MMS for the past month and no sign of the abcess coming back.

  4. IggyDalrymple Says:

    I use MMS infrequently but I have used it to clean my teeth before and after dental work. This week, the nignt before and the morning before my hygienist appointment, I brushed and gargled with MMS. After my session the hygienist commented that the enamel on my back teeth was soft. She called in the dentist and he confirmed that it looked like chemical damage.

    I’ll be more judicious in using MMS for mouth and dental hygiene in the future.

  5. Arrow Durfee Says:

    Good to know Iggy. MMS should be used cautiously for a disease condition. I never recommend long term use or daily use as Jim Humble does.

  6. Isabella Says:

    Please someone help me understand what I enduring at this moment!!! One of my upper frontal left tooth/gum is showing disease: Everytime I brushed/floss, my tooth hurts and my gum bleeds (it is also bleeding on it’s own); evidently there’s a pocket where gingiva is accumulating. The symptoms I feel are: when brushing/flossing there is a burning which goes directly towards the left upper side of my head which lately is also going towards the left side of my face, so while my face and head is burning my whole head is hot and sweating at the same time like experiencing fever. Please tell me what I have…Isabella

  7. Arrow Durfee Says:

    You likely have an infection and should see a dentist. You can also brush with MMS. It helps some people with dental infection.
    go here: http://www.healthsalon.org/453/cavities-gum-disease-toothache-bad-breath-how-to-prevent-and-cure-oral-disease/

    also do a search on HealthSalon key word dental treatment for other articles.

  8. Greg Says:

    Yes, I concur – this is a case of infection and you should see a dentist as soon as possible. Don’t put up with the discomfort – it’s unnecessary.