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Lightbulb Home Remedies for Tooth and Gum Pain


Remedy suggestions for the relief of tooth and gum pain...http://www.naturalnews.com/034516_to..._remedies.html
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Good article.

But what it does not say is that tooth and gum pain is ALWAYS caused by an infection.

Those homoepathic remedies are capable of curing the infection, hence the pain goes away. You should not use the homeoapthic remedies at the same time you use an essential oil, like clove.
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Good points Arrow, but I assume that pain can also result from direct injury to the tooth or gum.
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Good article.

But what it does not say is that tooth and gum pain is ALWAYS caused by an infection.

Those homoepathic remedies are capable of curing the infection, hence the pain goes away. You should not use the homeoapthic remedies at the same time you use an essential oil, like clove.
Arrowwind, would those homeopathic remedies address infections that are in the jaw caused from root canals? I'm thinking a dentist that uses lazer, surgery and or ozone could get it.
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Good points Arrow, but I assume that pain can also result from direct injury to the tooth or gum.
Yes, but in most cases not.
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Arrowwind, would those homeopathic remedies address infections that are in the jaw caused from root canals? I'm thinking a dentist that uses lazer, surgery and or ozone could get it.
Yes, they could. But it takes some skill to select the correct remedy and if you are doing it yourself without much experience you may have some difficulty. Belladona is the easiest to use as there will always be striking or banging pain as a key indicator. If that is there Bell. will almost always work. With Staph. the patient may have emotional tendencies that are "pissed off" .. Hepar sulph will have drainage that smells like bad cheese, lachesis will have purple and blue tissues and swelling... There are several others I can think of that might be indicated that were not mentioned in the article.

If the infection is really really bad in a tooth, even with homeoapthy, drainage may be required and some reconstrution of the tooth. That part that is decayed must be removed for that dead matter will only foster more infection down the road. You've probably already looked at this page.
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I don't know what toothoil you are talking about but you do want to get rid of that infection. Iodine would be an excellent start. If you have a water pik put 3 drops in there. If no water pik I highly suggest you get one.

If you don't want to use iodine then use grapefruit seed extract.
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The following is from my blog: http://www.healthsalon.org/wp-admin/...edit&message=1

Here are some options for creating good oral care. MMS also has an excellent track record as an oral rinse to cure serious gum disease in about 2 weeks.

With Dental and Oral disease these are the big three issues that come into play!
First is a microbe problem in your mouth,
Second is a nutritional problem.
Third may be a fluoride issue…And I do think you can overcome it!
But it will take some work on your part.


You must start eating lots more fresh veggies, like every day, veggie salads as well as decrease worthless carb foods! You need to address all three and here is the plan. Aside from brushing and flossing daily, which is probably the only correct thing your dentist has taught you, this is what I would do.

1. Stop drinking anything with fluoride in it. Purchase bottled or purified water if you must. Too much fluoride makes your teeth weak, crumble and become susceptible to cavities.

2. Get Xylitolwhite or Spry tooth paste. Don’t ever use the other stuff again. These toothpastes will help to eliminate bacteria. Xylitol has been tested and proven to reduce oral bacteria.
iHerb.com – Product Details – Now Foods, XyliWhite Toothpaste Gel, Refreshmint, 6.4 oz (181 g)
If you don’t like Xyliwhite then try Spry next time.

3. For a while you will have to get into the offensive attack mode. Get some Nutribiotic Grapefruit Seed Extract and put one drop on your toothpaste and brush. If you can tolerate it increase to two drops when you can. If your gums can handle it rub it directly on the gums and put some on your dental floss. Now be careful because if your gums are really bad it will burn. You want to work up to it.
iHerb.com – Product Details – NutriBiotic, The Original GSE Liquid Concentrate, 4 fl oz (118 ml)

4. Get some CoQ10 100mg and take one cap two times a day. This is the type I recommend because it is an an oil base which makes it assimilate better. This will nourish your gums from the inside out and you can also poke a hole in the cap and apply it directly to your gums.
iHerb.com – Product Details – Healthy Origins, CoQ10 Gels, 100 mg, 150 Softgel Capsules

5. Vegital Silica may be helpful to strenghten bones and teeth. I wonder how your bones are? Take 3 caps two times a day for about 3 months, then 2 caps as maintenance.
iHerb.com – Product Details – Flora, Vegetal Silica, 180 Capsules
NOW, the Flora bone builder below also has silica but you need to take extra for a while. For further information go here: www.healthsalon.org/480/horsetail-silica-for-osteoporosis/

6. Take trace minerals, liquid is good, from a Utah mine or this, or any that has at least 72 trace minerals.
iHerb.com – Product Details – Source Naturals, Colloida Life Trace Minerals, 4 fl oz (118.28 ml)
7. Take a low dose calcium/magnesium supplement. about 300mg on the calcium. One tablet of these daily will be Ok.
iHerb.com – Product Details – Flora, Bone Basics, 160 Capsules

8. Vitamin D, Purchase 5,000 IU caps and take 10,000 IU daily for 2 weeks, then 5,000 IU daily. This is one of the best products here:
secure.bio-tech-pharm.com/catalog.aspx?cat_id=2

9. Eliminate all sugar from your diet, at least until you are healed up. Try Xylitol or stevia for your sweetening needs. iHerb.com – Product Details – Now Foods, Stevia Liquid Extract, 2 fl oz (60 ml)
iHerb.com – Product Details – Now Foods, Xylitol Plus, 75 Packets
If you look around you will find some cookbooks for this stuff, like on Amazon. I often use them together because if you use tooo much stevia it has an aftertaste, but it is cheaper than xylitol, which tastes the best. Together I can get a nice compromise.

10. Make sure your toothbrush is clean. You do not need to purchase a new brush frequently if you leave your brush in hydrogen peroxide. Your brush will be very clean for each use. Some people use a little clorox. A quarter teaspoon in a glass of water is more than enough to sterilize your brush. Just give it a quick rinse before using.
11. Learn about MMS at www.jimhumble.biz You can activte some mms, about 5 drops and add 3 or 4 ounces of water and use it to brush your teeth with. This will really cut down on the bacterial load. You can do it for up to a week every few weeks but do not do it every day forever as it is reported to cause tooth sensitivity.

12. Get rid of the mercury filling that are toxic and harbor bacteria. Find a dentist that can treat with ozone. Learn more about it here:
www.healthsalon.org/478/biomimetic-dentistry-ozone-dentistry-avoiding-root-canal-dr-alleman-dds/

I hope you find this helpful. I have managed to eliminate all my gum issues and have helped quite a few others do the same and I haven’t had a cavity in more years than I can remember!
If you do searches on these different things on this forum you will learn just what they do and why they will be really helpful to your healing.
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I have some gum problems that i need to address. The thing is, until i get pain I keep putting it off. I do remember though two years ago I was getting unbelievable pain in my teeth that made me stop still in the street once and i could not get my breath for a few seconds. The pain travelled up the side of my face to my temple and the whole side of my head!!! Not good.

I think ill try some oil pulling.

I have a lump in my gum that's not painful and been there over a year. The dentist said he could drain it but said it would probably come back and next time it might be very painful and make my face swell. Since then i have done allot more reading and I know i need to get this out.

Can oil pulling along with other modes (ozonated oils etc) help with this lump? or does it need to be injected out and then treat the gum/underlying cause?
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I have a lump in my gum that's not painful and been there over a year. The dentist said he could drain it but said it would probably come back and next time it might be very painful and make my face swell. Since then i have done allot more reading and I know i need to get this out.

Can oil pulling along with other modes (ozonated oils etc) help with this lump? or does it need to be injected out and then treat the gum/underlying cause?
I think I would have it drained first, and then begin the oil pulling, I use extra virgin coconut oil for that. Clove oil applied to the lump also may help heal it. http://www.natmedtalk.com/showthread.php?t=22865
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. I also have begun eating alot more fruits and vegetables and cut out the meat. Thanks again for you post
Be careful with all the sugar in fruit. It can promote tooth decay.

A good book is "Cure Tooth Decay" by Ramiel Nagel
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Hello

Thnaks for the replies. I keep thinking i will try coconut oil with some essential oils but never seem to get around to trying it. When I do it I want to be able to continue doing it consistantly.

Has any one had good results with oil pulling for any condition?
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