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Painful swollen taste buds, sides of tongue?

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  • Posted By: Anne at FibroFix.com
  • April 27, 2009
  • 10:07 PM

Painful swollen taste buds, sides of tongue?

This is a common symptom of the Overly Acidic Version of Fibromyalgia.

Test Saliva pH. Very inexpensive, easy and quick to do. Human saliva should be 7.4 Is yours?

If all clear fluid in the body is too acid, the liver cannot produce critical chemicals.

One of the chemicals is an enzyme called Hyaluronidase. It is what tells all the clear fluid in your body to be thinner or thicker, and where.

Clear fluid that is too thick is what causes all the symptoms of FMS.

It is a vicious circle that you can stop immediately.

Don't eat any acidy foods. Increase alkali foods. Put some baking soda in your water and tea.

Take some expectorant and decongestant in the a.m. and p.m. That helps you get the overly thick stuff out of the body.

For more info, read the all free site www.FibroFix.com

Confidential free help by emal or phone. If in U.S. remind me to pay for the call, too.

I was the first person to beat all the symptoms - as long as I stay on treatment.

Glad to help any learn to do this.


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