I noticed that I had a tenderness in my jaw under one of my teeth. It was the weekend, so I didn't call my Dentist until Monday. Unfortunately, my dentist was booked up solid and the other Dentist in the practice was unable to see me for a couple of days.
When I called the Dentist on Monday morning, it was sore enough that I was unable to chew on it. I started the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement doses immediately after my appointment was set up for mid day on Thursday.
Monday night I was still sore, but fell asleep without problems.
Pain woke me up Tuesday morning, and I started the MMS again. By Tuesday evening I was feeling better, but still sore.
Wednesday was very interesting. The best I can describe it is to relate it to a Niacin flush. I had this "sensation" in the roots of that tooth, and an adjacent tooth. I continued with the MMS, and about an hour after I took the MMS, I got the "sensation."
Thursday morning I only had a slight tenderness at the tooth. I went in for my mid day appointment. The X ray and exam showed nothing. Everything looked very healthy, but I was informed that I had a small pocket in one place around that tooth.
They speculated that I may have gotten something "stuck" in between my teeth, but they really didn't have any idea what caused the tenderness.
It's now 5 days later, and I am eating popcorn again...
This whole thing is a little shaky. I have no idea what caused the tenderness. It seemed that the MMS reached into the area, but I am only going on a "sensation." I think the MMS helped, but I am lacking proof.
I should add that my "standard" dose is a 6 drop dose. On Tuesday and Wednesday I took 10 doses throughout the day. I was going for a dose every 2 hours, but occasionally I would take one in between the main doses.
I stopped all anti oxidants and only took MMS during this. Monday I took a total of 30 drops, Tuesday and Wednesday I took 60 drops each day, and Thursday I took 30 drops. As soon as I got back from my Dental appointment, I took 2 grams of vitamin C and began my anti oxidants again.
While I am unable to offer proof, I think the MMS knocked out an infection that was just beginning in the roots of my tooth.