Dear PM Rosemary9,
Hello, the plaque removal on my teeth was accidental and secondary to effort trying to remove arthritis in my fingers via honeybee sting injections. The work effort expanded to honeybee venom injections in the penile shaft itself(what a shock) for I had 4 levels of progressive peyronies. The honey bee injections that were applied to both hands and penile were for the long-term (even today I must do some injections on both parts of the body).
The great news, I was able to remove calcium plaque from entire penile and blockout further peyronies development(no doctor bills nor floor cuttings falling off any operating table -- honeybee venom injections is a bloodless affair) The arthritic finger joints did persist 2 years more before removal, but I have no visable calcium bumps on any fingers today.
The Magnesium Chloride side-task came into play when I was removing stones within several organs, but it proved to be lesser ´helper´ when compared to Chanca Piedra, a herbal tea from South America -- a known history to breaking stones within the body.
I discover I was without plaque on all parts of my teeth except in the bottom two front teeth´s inside surface. I took dental x-rays a few months ago, and the dentist reviewing my x-rays – said had minor dental work to finish, and a small trace of plaque present. I had not cleaned my teeth in eight years! Now your questions!
1. Did I have plaque/tarter on your teeth when you started using the MgCl? Yes, 6 years before starting MgCl doses (3 percent). I would recommend 6 percent doses to get faster results.
2. Did you observe its ability to remove the plaque/tarter both above and below the gum line? I could feel it was missing, for my tongue could not feel broken edges of plaque on bottom teeth – their inside surfaces. In regards to below gum line, I believe the plaque (calcium of which tartar is always attached to) was attacked by the Mgcl even below the gum line for it is a chemical and can go even into the tissues of the gums and other connective tissues in the area. Why is this important?
Note: The good news is the body wants the Mg cat ions and will take it into the skin; much like alcohol is taken into the skin and used by the body. It also impacts the Candida fungus living in between the gums and teeth within mouth.
3. Time that it took for the plaque to start falling away from the teeth? I did not see it fall away. It basically attacked the calcium—a slow dissolving action I guess.
4. Length of time until all plaque was gone above and below gum line? I took MgCl nightly, 25ml of 3 percent, now 6 percent of same amount. It cleans out the entire digestive tract of greases and is an all about good chemical to get involved with. The internet has much to say about magnesium chloride, lots of useful information – even skin wipes with it. I apply face/skull wipes with it daily!
I hope the above information and my history has been useful to you, and of course there are no dangers in taking MgCl, even daily.
p.s. 1. I have started using a small clean rag soaked with 6 percent magnesium chloride; formula was discussed in earlier comments. The amount of liquid was 12 to 15 ml or ½ oz.
The idea of biting on the rag is to allow MgCl solution time enough to go below the gum line. I have repeated the process, 5 minute each time several times – until ½ oz
liquid was consumed. The excess liquids can enter the stomach for additional cleaning of the intestinal tract.
What I did notice was some sensitive teeth of sorts, below the gum line! So I think it a good practice to get at the plaque there via chewing on a rag. The rage was cut, about 2 inches
or less on a side. Thanks PM Rosemary9, your question got me to take this plaque removal procedure another step forward.