Want to post more information about an inflammed gum I had, as it
was nasty and related to a pocket under the tooth. The tooth was fine,
but had minor surgery a year ago after the wisdom tooth was extracted and
pushing against this tooth but must have left a small pocket there.
Been using my own chemistry to make toothpaste, with some
oregano and myrr. Ionized CS, for rinsing often, put it in a spray bottle
and carry it with me.
Dr. Clark says she finds many pockets under teeth and its hard for a zapper
to even get to it. I think she is right. I did not put any kind of magnet
there either as this can stir up a hornets next. Zappicator? Has a magnet too.
Silver or gold may react unkindly to magnets do to the polarity shifting.
It appears that once I killed whatever was in the pocket,
the inflammed gum deflated in 1 day, didn't expect this honestly and all looks
fine, knock on wood or teeth or whatever. Thanks to everyone who writes testimonies
here and sharing knowledge.