How to Naturally Reverse Cavities and Heal Tooth Decay There is a common belief today about cavities that once you have tooth decay, that cavity can NOT be reversed. Then the only solution to oral wellness is to have part of your tooth drilled out and filled with a synthetic material. However, it’s been proven that there are ways to reverse cavities naturally. In fact, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal, cavities and tooth decay could potentially be reversed with diet. (1)
Beeswax - Nature's Most Precious Gift - Benefits and Uses Skin & Hair Beeswax is a natural substance generated and secreted by honey bees. It is hard and breakable when cold but soft and pliable when heated. Just like honey, Beeswax varies in color, depending on various factors related to the bees themselves as well as the flowers from which the honey is derived. There are 3 main types of Beeswax: Yellow, White, and Absolute. Avoiding your dentist can save your life (NaturalNews) The standard practice of dentistry is dangerous to American health. The American Dental Association continues to maintain that mercury fillings and root canals are safe dental procedures, in spite of the overwhelming evidence against these practices. Routine high speed drilling saves dentists time, but also unwittingly destroys teeth, requiring root canals to save them.
Green Tea Extract - A Potent Antioxidant - Benefits For Skin & Hair Green Tea Extract is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis tea botanical. Of all the types of tea that are derived from the same tea plant, Green Tea is known to be the least processed and to thus retain more healthful properties. Used cosmetically, Green Tea Extract helps diminish the signs of aging, calms irritation, evens out discoloration, diminishes the appearance of cellulite, soothes redness and swelling, repairs damage, exfoliates, decreases the appearance and occurrence of blackheads, eliminates dead skin, dirt, bacteria, and other pollutants on the skin’s surface, decreases puffiness, and reduces the appearance of dark circles. Green Tea Extract, which comes in several forms, including powder, is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis tea botanical. In any form, this extract is a concentration of its originating tea leaves.
Mercury-Free Dentists: Pioneers for 21st Century Dental Care By Dr. Mercola Less than a generation ago, only three percent of dentists were mercury-free. Dentistry's best-kept secret was that amalgam fillings had mercury, a neurotoxin that can permanently injure the developing brains of children and fetuses. The secret was enforced by tyrannical dental boards, which threatened to pull the license (the right to practice) of dentists who spoke out -- and who did in fact pull mercury-free dentists' licenses in California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, and New York.
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Fluoride: Emerging Research may Conflict with Traditional Dentistry Fluoride: Emerging Research may Conflict with Traditional Dentistry Posted on Wed, May 21, 2014 Bob Johnson DMD Traditional dentistry touts the benefits of fluoride to prevent caries/ cavities in your teeth.