1.8.1 Mouth rinses

The oral cavity is probably the most germy place in the entire body due to its constant contact with food, heat and moisture. A certain form of heart muscle inflammation is also attributed by orthodox medicine to a special germ from the oral cavity. Jim Humble claims that there are hundreds of diseases that originate from the mouth and teeth. For this reason, he recommends an MMS mouth rinse 3 to 4 times a week as a preventive measure.

With MMS:

To do this, take 6 activated drops of MMS and after activation, fill the glass half full with water (150ml).

With CDS/CDSplus:

Add water (150ml) with a dosing pipette (K). Plastic syringe) approximately 2-3ml of CDS or CDSplus into a glass of water (150ml).

Take one sip at a time and gargle and rinse the mouth for up to 3 minutes. Let the solution sizzle between your teeth. You can also take your toothbrush without toothpaste and massage your gums and palate at the same time. Bad breath and superficial germs are thus quickly and thoroughly eliminated. It is also very reliable for gum inflammation and bleeding. However, if there is an inflammation deeper in the gums, in the jawbone or even in the root of the tooth, MMS cannot work there, because it cannot reach there. For this you should add some drops (or exactly as many drops as MMS) of the organic effect amplifier DMSO (Dimethylsulfoxid) to the ready activated solution. DMSO brings the MMS up to 2 cm deep into the tissue. This can also be used to successfully treat dental root infections with 3 to 4 rinses per day in 1 to 2 days. Who makes very often mouth rinses, should change from MMS to CDS /CDSplus, because too much acid can attack the tooth enamel in the long run.

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