So, if I keep going and reach bowel tolerance at say, 70000mg, I am confused. How long would I take 70000mg a day? And then what...
Periodontal or gum disease is very common in the United States and other Western countries. Plaque-forming bacteria that live in the mouth appear to be an important trigger for the disease, which manifests as inflamed gum tissue that may eventually result in the loss of teeth, as the teeth become loose in their bony sockets. Healing and repair of periodontal tissues requires efficient energy production, which as we have seen, required sufficient amounts of CoQ10. As early as 1971, Dr. Folkers reported that gum tissue taken from patients with periodontal disease was often deficient in CoQ10. In 1973, Dr. Folkers and Dr. Matsumura completed a double-blind study using CoQ10 for periodontal disease. They reported that it was superior to the then treatment of choice for periodontal disease. Dr. Wilkinson reported in the late 70's that at dosages of 50 to 75 mg per day often halted the deterioration of the gums with healing sometimes occurring within days. As of 1988, a total of 9 clinical studies involving 304 patients have confirmed many experimental studies with animals. CoQ10 can effectively reverse gum disease.
Right now I am taking about 4000 to 5000 in an hour. I don't know how much more I will be able to handle at one time. It's difficult. My stomach has sounded like a thunder storm for days now. So say I take 4000 an hour. That takes me 11 hours to be at the 46000 I took today. I'm going to run out of hours in the day soon! But I'll worry about that when I get there.
nlpeet wrote:and now I reach it all over the place.
Is this normal?
So, my questions are:
1. Is there something I could do that would help to ease the stomach pain, so I can go past 70g? I have spread out the dosages; I have tried food, and it doesn't seem to help. I read something about baking soda, but am unsure.
2. Has anyone been able to treat an infected tooth by taking C?
3. If so, is there any data anywhere as to the usual bowel tolerance level that someone reaches with an infected tooth?
I'm sure this is why I was going up to such high levels. This infection has probably been there, a bit unnoticeable, until recently.
I do not want to have a root canal, or get this tooth pulled!
Lemonaid wrote:Last August I had an abscess on a lower wisdom tooth. Doc gave me a prescription for penicillin and a date for extraction. Got the antibiotic and took it along with some echinacea in addition to my usual vitamin C and comprehensive multi-nutrient formula (LEF Mix). I also would floss with a bit of hydrogen peroxide held in my mouth to work it a bit deeper into the gum.
After half a course of penicillin (about 20 500mg tablets) abscess was completely gone. Six months later went back for regular check up / cleaning and had no issues (and all my original teeth intact ).
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