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Nature's cures and remedies for oral hygiene cavity prevention and long lasting health

Updated on January 18, 2011

Gental Dental Naturapathic Alternative Therapies

Gental Dental Naturapathic Alternative Therapies, Cures, Remedies, etc., From natures medicine chest wonder:

herb oil of oregano and other healing agents such as cinnamon, clove, salt, mustard oil, aloe, wheatgrass, and more can be used to treat teeth in safe noninvasive therapeutic ways.

Do it yourself home dental methods to cure disease

All remedies are the Lord's own healing agents... the plants of planet earth.

These remedies are so potent a little goes a long way. Buy hers and save ordering costs. Prices are lowest for quality and value. You can also find discount's on the closeout rack in your supermarket. You can go bargain hunting on ebay.

This is your one stop shop for everything related to holistic natural cavity prevention, tooth maintenance, cavity reversal tooth rot elimination, and oral hygiene upkeep. List all of the items you need to keep your teeth in perfectly healthy shape. Home dentistry and all my testimonials here are not approved by any agency in the world. They are my experiences and you are free to experiment with the same potent herbal substances i have to achieve the same result. Or what worked for me may not work for you. Nonetheless the advice i give is sound logical scientific proven menthods of hygiene to help heal any body part and what to speak of the tooth.

What I am listing is suggested items for particular issues. If you have some open wound then you want to rince with a natural antiseptic such as oil of oregano, cinnimon, or clove diluted with aloe. When the mouth is trying to heal any kind of assistance such as goldenseal and echinasea, or salt help. Just like fish is preserved in salt bacteria cannot live in the high salt atmosphere, that is why there are many bird corpses on the great salt lake. So if you rinse your mouth if you have a tooth removed.

Periorub is an organic natural product. My wife had a tooth removed because it was a filling. After reading the Cavity Controversy by Dr. Stephen Baer, holistic dentist in Sedona Arizona, and talking with him, and reading Dr. Hula Clark, and others, and seeing that the xray showed metal in the tooth and because we have a metal allergy and because we were having chronic unexplainable health conditions most noticably, cracks on the sides of the mouths that would not respond to any holistic treatment. Finally, what we did is had the tooth removed. It was a complicated removal, and it was found that the tooth was infected. The problem went away almost immediately after removal of the tooth. So for the root canal cleanup, our experience was good. And to prevent further decay oil of oregano.

And to heal the stitches of root canal removal... aloe, periodent, salt. And to do it yourself whiten your teeth,. Find a holistic dentist in your area who will work closely with you in your natural hygiene regimen. By getting the proper natural medicines you prevent yourself from having to spend in dental bills. If you are dealing with anything that requires topical application, such as healing, use periodent.

Also a little hydrogen peroxide is a time tested wonder healer. It works by killing germs through the power of oxygen.

These pharmaceutical items although all natural should be kept out of the reach of children. Consider keeping them locked up. It is not dangerous to drink a drop of oil of oregano, but if you pour undiluted oil of oregano on your genital, you may have serious damage. Therefore the warning is there. Same goes for hydrogen peroxide. Although safe in small doses and as a rinse, large scale ingestion is very bad. So I am just giving fair warning. Herbs are powerful and should be used with care. Also, a little goes a long way.

And Arnica homeopathy is useful for pain. Homeopathy uses small doses of powerful herbs to treat physical ailments and has a wonderful track record of glorious testimonials as to its miraculous capabilities. Try it and you too will be a believer in homeopathy. That's what someone told us and we found it to work too.

A lesson in home dentistry.

This is a remedy that works for me and i hope to help a lot of other people.

How to use it Oregano Oil as DIY dentist:

Mix it the oregano oil and organic olive oil in a small dropper bottle which you can get at your local drugstore or health food store.

It just takes a few drops of oregano oil diluted in a small bottle of olive oil.

You will find that you can save money and space because it is so concentrated.

One drop in a small cup of water makes a great rinse. Then brush with pre-diluted oregano-olive oil per your preference and experience.

Oregano Oil: Natures Super Germ Fighter

excerpt from James South, M.A

Although modern science has verified the broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity of oregano oil, oregano has been used for medicine and food preservation for thousands of years. According to oregano expert Dr. Cass Ingram, ancient Greek physicians routinely used oregano to treat a myriad of conditions, including open wounds, lung disorders, venomous bites and narcotic poisoning. When Islamic civilization flourished in the Middle Ages, its doctors used oregano and its oil to treat germ diseases. Powdered wild oregano was then used as a food preservative, keeping unrefrigerated vegetables unspoiled for up to two weeks. Medieval Europeans used wild oregano to prevent milk spoilage. In the 1600s British herbalist Gerard promoted oregano as the ideal treatment for head colds.

ratta and coworkers tested sage, rosemary, oregano, laurel and coriander oils against 25 bacteria. They noted that oregano oil manifested the broadest and highest activity against almost all of the bacteria tested; in fact it strongly inhibited 19 of the 25 bacterial strains under investigation, showed a good activity against four bacteria and proved to be ineffective against the growth of [two]. 7 They also found coriander and oregano oil to have the highest activity against the fungus Aspergillus niger. The zones of inhibition (ZI) were typically much greater for oregano oil than the other four.

And you thought oregano was just for pasta sauce - Oil of oregano is a potent germ killer.

Oil of oregano is a completely natural substance derived from wild oregano species. The plant grows in remote mountainous regions free of pollution. Only the leaves of the flowering plant are used. They are picked precisely when the plant is highest in essential oil. Being wild, it is grown chemical-free and the oil is extracted via a completely natural process - no chemicals or solvents are used. The oil is the source of virtually all of the plant's active ingredients.

Oil of oregano is a potent germ killer. Jean Valnet, in his book The "Practice of Aromatherapy", describes how oil of oregano superseded anti-inflammatory drugs in reversing pain and inflammation and is nearly as powerful as morphine as a painkiller. The oil also possesses significant antioxidant power. Furthermore, it stimulates the flow of bile, which greatly aids digestion.

Oil of oregano cures tooth aches and seems to prevent cavities. - It has saved the teeth of many people throughout time.

I love how fresh and clean it makes my mouth feel and it is all natural.

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      8 years ago

      Thanks for the great lens, I love Oil of oregano for when I am sick. I will have to try this out for my teeth. Thanks again 5*'s!

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