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Does ACV turn gums / periodontal tissue WHITE??
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Published: 13 months ago

Does ACV turn gums / periodontal tissue WHITE??

Curezone peeps, please help!! I did a little experiment today and took pure Bragg ACV, saturated a Q-tip in it and held it against my gums & back of throat. Specifically, just above the tooth-line of my lateral incisor and the soft palette of the back of my throat. I held it there for a few seconds and both areas turned WHITE with little white dots apparent. I've heard that acetic acid (aka vinegar) turns tissue infected with HPV virus white. I am wondering if anyone can repeat this experiment on themselves and weigh in. Does undiluted ACV naturally cause everyone's mouth tissue to turn white or is it just me?? The patches I tested have stayed white for over an hour now.. Oral HPV is a thing so I'm concerned and appreciate your help in figuring this out.

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