Hello and thanks for the additional information regarding chlorine dioxide mouthwash.
I can't say I've never heard of a chlorine dioxide mouthwash, however... after a bit of research, I wonder if this would work with a bone infection located in the lower maxillary region(surrounding the mental nerve). One reason I question this is due to a treatment I took about a year ago with an powerful antibiotic mouthwash. However, it was ineffective in reaching the area, and more importantly ineffective against the standing toxins that were trapped in the necrotic bone region.
Bone infections are unique in this way, as the lack of soft tissue, makes it impossible for antibodies to treat the condition. Furthermore, once the bone is compromised, the blood supply is cut off from the affected and it then become necrotic. Which in turn makes bone infections very difficult to treat, and in most cases, only treatable with debridement(surgery).
Of course, at this stage I'm open to anything that might help my condition and so I guess there's no harm in giving chlorine dioxide a try.
However, I don't quite get your comment regarding Jim Humble... are you under the impression that my treatment was issued by Jim Humble?
The truth is, I never knew who Jim Humble was until long after I began taking MMS
for my condition. I did however, read some articles which were either written or supported by him. Though I don't think I've ever taken any advice or treatment information from Jim Humble personally.
Hope this helps.