CDS CJO Combined Protocol

Treatment with the combined CJO protocol

Diseases to be treated with the combined CJO protocol:

  • Sjógren's syndrome
  • Uveitis

Protocol C

10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.


Protocol J

10ml of CDS 200 ml of water, make buches for 3 minutes, use after each brushing.


Protocol O

5ml of CDS and 3ml of DMSO in 50ml of saline, apply 5 drops every 2 hours.


Tips on the combined CJO protocol

Definition of diseases treated with combined CJO protocol

Sjógren's syndrome

It is an autoimmune disease, the salivary and tear glands are affected although dryness can also be noticed in other mucous membranes such as nose, throat or skin.

This syndrome can also end up affecting organs such as lungs, kidneys, nerves, blood vessels or the digestive system.

Women over 40 years old are more likely to suffer from this ailment, it is related to diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, polymyositis or lupus.

Symptoms according to affected area:

  • cough
  • fatigue
  • fever
  • Nauseas
  • hoarseness
  • Burning in eyes
  • Thick saliva
  • Tachycardias
  • Joint pain
  • Pain in the mouth
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Swollen ganglia
  • Inflammation of gums
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss of taste in the mouth
  • Sensation of foreign particles in the eyes

There is no defined treatment for the disease although symptoms are treated with drugs according to which parts are affected.

Treatment for the disease focuses on relieving symptoms, depending on the affected area the drugs are prescribed, artificial tears are given to the eyes, anti-rheumatic drugs, tumor necrosis factor inhibitors as well as tips to relieve dry mouth such as drinking sips of water, sucking candies, not consuming alcohol or medications that dry the mouth , often brush your teeth.


It is an ocular inflammation that affects the middle layer of the eye tissue known as úvea, it is an ailment that appears suddenly and can be aggravated if not treated, the possible cause of uveitis is by infection, injury or by an autoimmune disease.


  • Blurred vision
  • Pain in the eyes
  • Floaters
  • Having red eyes
  • Light sensitivity
  • Difficulty focusing

Types of uveitis:

  • Anterior uveitis affects the area between the cornea and iris
  • Intermedia affects the retina, blood vessels and gel inside the eye
  • Posterior affects the retina or choroid
  • Panuveitis affects all layers are affected

Treatment is based on the affected area, medications for inflammation, drugs that control spasms, antibiotics or antivirals, immunosuppressants or corticosteroids.

You can use our CDS protocol finder to locate a disease and its treatment with Chlorine Dioxide CLO2.

C = Common diseases, old protocol 101.
J = Mouthwash.
O = Ocular or nasal.

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