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Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy is Outdated: Replace with CDS Water
July 29, 2013

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Subject: Black tongue from H202 therapy
From: Kristina
Date: Mon, July 29, 2013
To: Ken Adaachi--

: Hello there,

I found your information very useful so thank you. Just wondering if you have come across a person developing a black tongue during therapy? She is up to 25/3, black was developed at 20/3. She also has no taste, which is quite strange since the taste is very strong. Look forward hearing from you.

Thank you.



Hi Kristina,

First, I would never take that many drops of peroxide 3 times a day. That's way too much.

Second, I would stop immediately if my tongue turned black and I lost the sensation of taste.

I hope and assume that this woman is using drops of 3.5% hydrogen peroxide, and NOT 35% hydrogen peroxide drops?

Now, why is her tongue turning black I have to ask?

Is this woman putting the peroxide drops into a GLASS OF WATER and then drinking it? Or is she putting the peroxide drops directly on her tongue? If she is using 3.5% peroxide, then there's no reason to think it would harm her tongue at such a low concentration, but if she's applying drops of 35% peroixde, then she needs to make an appointment with the local Loony Bin for a thorough checkup.

All kidding aside, there is no need to take peroxide drops these days, when we have CDS water which works much better and is MUCH safer to ingest than hydrogen peroxide.

Read these articles and have her switch to CDS water. She'll be glad she did.

How to Make CDS Water, the World's Most Powerful Germ Killer & Disease Eradicator, at Home ~ For Next to Nothing (March 15, 2013)

The Basic Science of MMS (Chlorine Dioxide) Sep. 4, 2012

Regards, Ken

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