A lot of people doubt the possibility of healing cavities naturally because it’s been drilled into us that filling cavities with dentistry is the only way to achieve healing but that simply isn’t the case. Many people have healed their own cavities and their children’s cavities. So it can be done.
Many doctors and dentists have backed the findings of a study, suggesting that diet can in fact help those suffering with cavities to reverse their tooth decay. While we’ve been led to believe that tooth decay occurs when foods containing sugars and starches are left on the teeth, this study shows there are more factors at work.
If you want healthy, cavity-free teeth, sugar cannot be a part of your diet. Not only does it feed oral bacteria that prevents a healthy flow of dental fluids, it’s also highly acidic, allowing it to decalcify and demineralize the structural content of teeth!
Beating tooth decay requires an increase in fat-soluable vitamins and minerals. A diet full of vegetables – especially leafy green vegetables, and foods high in healthy fats such as coconut oil and avocado, along with nuts and seeds can help create the ideal diet for battling tooth decay.
Oil pulling has been used for centuries as an oral detoxification procedure. Simply swish a tablespoon of coconut oil in your mouth for 20 minutes, then spit the oil into the trash. If 20 minutes is too long, start with 3-5 minutes. Oil pulling has been praised for its ability to treat numerous health issues, from gingivitis to headaches.
Phytic acid is a mineral blocker and enzyme inhibitor that’s found in grains, nuts, seeds and beans that are not organic or GMO-free. It can cause serious health problems, such as mineral deficiencies and osteoporosis. Phytic acid prevents you from absorbing the minerals in your food, while leaching minerals out of your body, bones and teeth. Avoid foods high in phytic acid by choosing organic and GMO-free.
Fluoride-free toothpaste can be expensive, but there are some brands that are more affordable than others. You can also make your own toothpaste at home.
Toothaches generally occur when a tooth’s nerve root becomes irritated. The most common causes of toothaches are infection, decay, injury, or loss of a tooth. While no one enjoys a painful tooth, the good news is that tooth pain and infections can usually be relieved and healed naturally.
The most popular home remedy for toothaches, is the use of garlic which has been passed down for years. Try applying a crushed garlic clove or garlic powder to the area. It may burn, but the pain could vanish within minutes, but sometime it might take longer. Repeat this over a few days, as needed.
You can also try grandmother’s remedy for toothache pain, it will be pepper and salt. Mix equal amounts of pepper and common salt with a few drops of water to form a paste. Apply the paste directly on the affected tooth and allow it to sit for a few minutes. Do this daily for several days.
Cloves are a traditional remedy for numbing nerves. But clove oil needs to be used carefully. To apply the clove oil, soak a cotton ball or swab with the oil and use it to wipe on and around your sore gums and tooth. Repeat as needed.
Ginger and cayenne paste can relieve a painful toothache. Mix equal parts of these two heat-packing spices with enough water to make a paste. Roll a small ball of cotton into enough paste to saturate it, then place it on your tooth while avoiding your gums and tongue. Leave it until the pain fades or as long as you can stand it.
Turmeric is used by many as a natural toothache treatment. Just a teaspoon of turmeric powder in a small amount of purified water is enough to make a healing paste, which can be applied to the area or applied on a cotton ball, to be placed in your mouth. The turmeric can also be mixed with honey or cayenne. Ingesting turmeric or a turmeric supplement would also be beneficial.
If the toothache is the result of an abscess or another infection. Start with several drops of oregano oil under the tongue, and hold for a few minutes. Then, swish around colloidal silver as many times as once per hour. After a few hours, ingest additional colloidal silver, but not more than a total of 8 ounces in one day. In between the colloidal silver swishes, perform a warm salt water swish using preferably sea sat and rub more oregano oil into your gums.
To help relieve inflammation and infection. Take one teaspoon of blackseed oil and 1/2 cup of vinegar and boil. Cool and then use as a mouth rinse to reduce inflammation and infection. Rinse every couple of hours until the pain and/or swelling is gone.
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