Remedies For Teeth Pain.

  • Here is a list of ways you can help your teeth and gums from developing infection and disease.

    * Gargle with salt-water. This will soothe the membranes around the teeth and kill a percentage of germs. 

    * Brush your teeth with water and baking soda. This will change the pH of your mouth to slightly  basic and it is in this basic terrain (ph of baking soda around 9) that your teeth will begin to re-mineralize themselves. Try to maintain a slightly alkaline environment for your mouth through your diet.

    * Take a good calcium/magnesium supplement. Be sure that you do NOT take calcium carbonate. Carbonate is a form of calcium that is very difficult for your body to absorb. Instead take: Calcium citrate or calcium lactate for best results. Avoid Dolomite, Bone Mean and Oyster Shell forms of calcium as these contain trace amounts of lead and other toxic metals.

    *  Take vitamin D3 to  enable the calcium/magnesium and other beneficial minerals to be absorbed into your bloodstream.

    * Take essential fatty acids in the form of butter, dark leafy greens, olive or coconut oil to enable the minerals to be absorb into the actual cell structure of your bones and teeth. Vitamin F allows the Vitamin D to be absorbed into tissues from the blood stream. Both Vitamin D and Vitamin F are needed.

    * Sauna - shine a 250 Watt near infrared light on your teeth that are hurting. This will kill many pathogens and stimulate your immune system. You can do this for 10 minutes at a time twice a day at a distance of about 1 foot from the light source. Be sure to protect your eyes by covering them completely.

    * Take a combination of 1/2 tsp of cayenne and 1/2 tsp of garlic powder together with 8 ounces of water. Do this with a little bit of something in your stomach. For most people, they are able to do this with no problems. The garlic will help to kill germs and the cayenne acts as an actuator. Cayenne will expand the blood vessels and allow the garlic to work more efficiently. Cayenne will also nourish not only the heart and blood vessels; but, also the  tissues of the mouth and the actual teeth themselves.

    * Blueberries - Take blueberries once a day in plain, unsweetened yogurt (raw is best). Blueberries strengthen the bodies immune system and nourish the tissues of the mouth.

    * Raw milk or Yogurt from raw will build up and strengthen the bones and teeth. The milk should be from an organically raised and grass-fed cows. If not, you will be doing yourself more harm than good.

    *Oil Pull - Place approximately  1 tablespoon of olive or coconut oil in your mouth and swish gently for approximately 10 to 20 minutes. The theory has it that the oil will pull out toxins and contaminents from your mouth. I can attest that this does seem to alleviate tooth pain.

    * Drink pleny of pure water. I recommend approximately 1 gallon of distilled water per day for an adult. Contrary to popular belief; distilled water will NOT pull organic minerals out of your body. The organic minerals are part of your cell structure and will not be affected by distilled water. On the other hand, the inorganic minerals WILL be pulled out of your body. These are the minerals that you do NOT want in your body anyway. It is the inorganic calcium and other minerals that you do not want anyway. The inorganic minerals can cause deformity and arthritis.


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    Note: Some statements in this article may not be approved by the FDA. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as professional medical advice.



Mankind's Use of Herbs

In the beginning:  “And by the river upon the bank thereof, on this side and on that side, shall grow all trees for meat, whose leaf shall not fade, neither shall the fruit thereof be consumed: it shall bring forth new fruit according to his months, because their waters they issued out of the sanctuary: and the fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for medicine.”  Ezekial 47:12

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