Treatment with the combined protocol CJK
Diseases to be treated with the combined CJK protocol:
- Mouth tie
- Vesicular stomatitis
110 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water per day, divided into 8 intakes until remission.
10ml of CDS 200 ml of water, make buches for 3 minutes, use after each brushing.
Dilute 50% CDS 50% distilled water and spray the area.
Dilute 3 teaspoons DMSO and 1 teaspoon of water and apply with massage in the area.
Tips on the combined CJK protocol
All these diseases are usually treated with protocol J, but according to severity it is combined with protocols C and K.
Definition of diseases treated with combined protocol CJK
It is an oval ulcer with a white or yellow veil, has no infection and can come out on the lips, tongue, gum, throat, veil of the palate, are painful and lead to difficulty eating or speaking.
It affects the teeth and is produced by the bacteria in the mouth that produce acid by breaking down the sugar that is ingested in food, these acids break the enamel of the teeth facilitating the entry of bacteria to the soft tissue of the tooth that when touching the nerve is when a moderate to intense pain occurs.
Disease caused by a virus of the family Rhabdoviridae, the disease can be due to infection of a sick animal, nutritional deficiencies, radiotherapy or some allergic reaction. The infection begins in the mouth or lips in the form of painful ulcers.
Symptoms are fever, excess saliva, malaise, difficulty swallowing.
Gum ailment due to tartar accumulated in the teeth, inside the tartar hide bacteria that infect the gum and make it sensitive.
Symptoms, bleeding, bright red or purple color between teeth, yellowish visible plaque, painless touch-sensitive gums, ulcers, inflammation, moving teeth, bone loss.
It is a complication of gingivitis that affects the maxillary bone causing inflammation and infection of the ligaments and bones that support the tooth.
Symptoms, moving teeth, swollen gums, bleeding gums when brushing or eating, bad breath.