Mother Has Mrsa, Teeth Are Now Falling Out

Posted by Dorothy (Beachwood, NJ) on 03/09/2009

My Mother was diagnosed with MRSA in December. My mom was burned on her leg at the end of october the wound was not healing despite several trips to her primary care doctor. It took a fainting spell, hospital stay, and a new primary care doctor to finally put her on the road to recovery. Now my moms teeth are literally falling out of her mouth, her teeth are brown, she basically looks like an old witch. All of her teeth now need to be pulled could this be a side effect of MRSA we need help!!!!

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
03/16/2009
383 posts

MRSA major weaknesses is the Magnesium found in Milk of Magnesia, and possibly mixed with a couple of otheers that I used, as in hydrogen peroxide and possibly xylitol powder (pure). The mixture is seen as 4-8 tablespoon per glass of water of milk of magnesia (no aluminum, where magnesium hydroxide is 8% by weight), with 30% drops of 3% H2O2 to be used as a mouthwash. An addition of xylitol 2 tablespoon if added further helps kill the MRSA. It is to be used as a mouthwash and do that three times to four times each time it's done. The routine is to leave it in the mouth for about 1 minute, spit it out and repeat this two more times. It also helps if a dental paste (the ones use for mouth sores) is applied to the area of the gums. MRSA major weakness is two things: alkaline and magnesium. Hydrogen peroxide accelerates in digesting them, and the xylitol prevent their attachment to healthy cells. It also helps that magnesium supplements are taken, preferably I might take magnesium citrate 500 mg a day, some vitamin C, and vitamin B3. There's still a debate which B3 is used either niacin or niacinamide. Niacinamide I prefer because it doesn't cause flushing effect and helps some healing process along with vitamin C sodium ascorbate. There is a possibility vitamin D may play a role, but eliminating MRSA is the most obvious. Assuming I live in a place where dental pastes isn't sold, I might apply vaseline to the gum to keep the area away from more infections and help the healing. At least for an hour or two or applied before sleep.

Ted

Replied by Laurie Heffner
Boulder, Co
05/07/2011

Ted,

This is such good information. How did you come upon these ideas? Do you know of any research or products that use these ingredients for this type of infection?

Laurie

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
05/08/2011
383 posts

Dear Laurie:

I did some trial and error. I have some chemicals from chemical supplies. I have noticed that MRSA is a type of infection that is similar to toxic shock syndrome. And these type of bacteria hates magnesium. So yes, I do research on what environment is favorable or unfavorable to these kinds of bacteria, its pH, REDOX, and other things as well. There is a triclosan 1% product that you might use if the above remedies don't work.

Ted


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