Say No To The Dentist

I’ve often complained that root canals and bad dentistry are my biggest health regrets outside of vaccinating my daughter. Here’s a mom’s story about healing her child’s cavity with homeopathic arnica and hypericum…read and learn-

Teeth are similar to other organ systems in your body in that they also require a blood supply, lymphatic and venous drainage, and nervous innervations. Root canals, however, are dead teeth, and these dead teeth typically become one of, if not the worst, sources of chronic bacterial toxicity in your body. Anaerobic bacteria, which do not require oxygen to survive, thrive in these side canals and excrete toxicity from digesting necrotic tissue that leads to chronic infection. Blood supply and lymphatics that surround those dead teeth drains this toxicity and allows it to spread throughout your body. This toxicity will invade all organ systems and can lead to a plethora of diseases such as autoimmune diseases, cancers, musculoskeletal diseases, irritable bowel diseases, and depression to name just a few. Yes it is true- a high percentage of chronic degenerative diseases can originate from root filled teeth, the most frequent being heart and circulatory diseases, with the next most common being diseases of the joints, arthritis and rheumatism, and in third place (but almost tied for second) are diseases of the brain and nervous system. After that, any disease you can name might (and in some cases has) come from root filled teeth. Ahhhhhhhhhhh, could it be my frozen shoulders and painful feet are caused by toxins from root canals, as all the new research suggests?  Does this mean that my sedentary ways are not responsible for my malaise and that I may not be a hypochondriac or a psych case of a different variety,  after all?

A biological dentist will be able to provide you with a more comprehensive, holistic solution for your teeth that will not harm your health. But a good one and an affordable one are hard to come by, and I stand by oil pulling to relieve tooth aches, firm up loose teeth, shrink dental pockets, restore bone loss, strengthen the jaw, and for overall whiter teeth. I have also used hands on healing in a pinch, directing the nerve of Jimmie’s tooth to retreat back up into the gums where it belonged, and it politely complied!

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