posted on Sep, 2 2015 @ 02:41 PM
originally posted by: jinni73
One very effective way of repairing your teeth Is to use Tri Sodium Phosphate...
Oil pulling is where you squeeze an oil between your teeth...
...and enter into your blood stream
I’d never before heard of such a “technique” but after reading up on it, I'm really concerned. Please excuse me as I have limited knowledge in
respect of biochemistry, but I’ll try my best to explain something.
The most important thing to consider here is that the mouth is a haven for bacteria and other microbes.
A practical application of the compound is its use in gene transfection. The calcium ions can make a cell competent to allow
exogenous genes to enter the cell by diffusion. A heat shock afterwards then invokes the cell to repair itself.
So, hold on a moment. If anybody would like to correct me on this if I’m wrong the please
do so! Am I right in saying that this technique is
capable of fusing a micro-organism with human DNA and therefore potentially giving rise to severe illness? I dread to imagine what the consequence
might be if somebody does this whilst having an existing infection, especially something along the lines of Tuberculosis. I'm talking about a very
serious cancer worry, even more so when considering TSP is present in cow’s milk.
Now, this is worth taking note of...
Calcium triphosphate is used to remove fluoride from water in water filtration systems.
I'm assuming this is pretty much chelating
. As it happens, there can be beneficial effects if somebody’s mouth is already clean
their immune system is good. However, the irony here is that there would really be no need whatsoever to undertake such a practice if the body is
happy enough already.
There’s another consideration... fungal infections
. If somebody has a systemic yeast infection then I’m wondering just what might happen if
significant fermentation is taking place within the body... when combined with a phosphate. Never mind disease, that’s a freakin’ weapon! I could
go into more detail but I won’t.
Anyway, please read up on this subject...
Wikipedia.org - Transfection
edit on 2nd September 2015 by VigiliaProcuratio because: (no