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Re: Question about rinsing with saline solution...


For medical uses, saline is often used to flush wounds and skin abrasions. Normal saline will not burn or sting when applied. So being that this is the case, the saline helps to loosen up the buildup.

"Home-made" saline can be created with half a teaspoon of table salt into 8 ounces of clean tap water.

I just bought some sterile saline at a local Walgreens from where I work that was thimerosal-free. I had a bad reaction to thimerosal in my patch-test so, I am staying clear of the stuff. Will have to replace all my fillings as well because of that.

Daniel, if I may? I checked out your site and found that your current working protocol is basically lost under a whole bunch of posts. Do you think you can dedicate one whole section to your current protocol - which is working? Perhaps even put it all in bold?

Thank you man, you've been such a big inspiration through all of this. I really hope you become 100%, forever EC free! Along with the rest of us.

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