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IF A ROOT CANAL AND CROWN ARE OUTSIDE YOUR BUDGET, THIS IS A NATURAL WAY TO HEAL THE PROBLEM AND SAVE THE TOOTH

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CATEGORIES: 2: INFLAMMATION/INFECTION, 3: BLOCKAGES

RECOMMENDED SUPPLEMENTS: 2: BETA CAROTENE, 3: LECITHIN

Maribel is 41, a struggling actor living in North Hollywood who daylights part time as a pet store clerk.

About a year ago her upper teeth started to drift downward and began banging against her lower teeth. This worsened over time until one of the lower teeth became infected from the abuse and turned into an abscess.

Her dentist recommended a root canal and crown that together could cost thousands, depending on where you live and which dentist you use. He also told her that she needed braces to move the upper teeth back up, and a retainer to make sure they stayed there.

When you get a root canal the dentist removes the nerve. Over time, the tooth will darken and become conspicuous against the rest of your whiter teeth. Like many actors and people who depend upon their special looks, good or bad, Maribel whitens her teeth regularly. A dark tooth right up front was not acceptable.

Because of this a crown is now part of getting a root canal. As soon as the tooth is stabilized after the root canal, a crown is applied. The cost of the crown is quoted as part of the root canal package.

However, it is not mandatory to get a crown right away. You could wait a couple of months or more before the tooth became truly noticeable by others. The problem was that Maribel didn’t have the money for even a root canal, let alone the other procedures, which were not covered in her very basic dental plan.

She wanted to know if there was some way she could treat the abscess naturally and avoid the high cost of a root canal and crown. There is, and it costs around $250 for the supplements, and takes about six weeks of diligent daily dosing.

(Smart Maribel realized that she could use her bleach tray–which she got before her teeth started to drift–as a retainer to push her teeth back up to where they belonged. She tried it and it worked pretty fast. Now she wears the tray every night while she sleeps whether or not she is bleaching.)

One thing you can’t do is simply ignore the abscess problem. First, because of the pain, and second because the bacteria actually eats away at the bone of the tooth, causing it to become loose and eventually fall out.

TREATING AN ABSCESS

An abscess is a combination of (a) infection/inflammation and (b) the dead bacteria and pulp tissue remaining in a pus ridden liquid around the root. A root canal removes the nerve and drains the liquid. No nerve, no pain. If the tooth is not treated, if will fall out.

In treating an abscess you have to first get rid of the infection, which can be treated the same way you would fight inflammation. They are both a result of rampant free radical growth damage. Then you have to clear out the liquid left behind around the root of the tooth.

According to my paradigm, “Seven Categories of illness,” infection and inflammation are a Category 2 problem treated with Beta Carotene and supported by Vitamin D3, while blockage is a Category 3 illness treated with Lecithin. Read more at: https://lynncapehartwellness.com/2013/09/01/blog-30-essay-2-the-seven-categories-of-illness/

Note: Nothing natural is better than Beta Carotene for inflammatory pain or pain caused by infection. Nothing. And accept that there is no “high” associated with it, Beta Carotene will do as good a job as most drug options for the same time period. If you take enough, of course.

 

TOOTH ABSCESS Quick Glance Chart
Supplement Breakfast Lunch Dinner Brand Strength
Beta Carotene 75 softgels 75 softgels Puritan’s Pride #1223 25,000 I.U.
Beta Carotene Notes:

You can’t break this up into more than two doses daily. It’s vital that very large amounts get into your body at the same time to counteract the exponential growth of free radicals.

Vitamin D3 5 softgels 5 softgels Puritan’s Pride #17618 2000 I.U.
Vitamin D3 Notes:

D3 is simply a support vitamin for Beta Carotene. Beta Carotene uses D3 to make itself available to the body for assimilation. Therefore, without D3, you would develop a Vitamin D deficiency by taking such large doses of Beta Carotene for an extended period.

Lecithin 10 softgels all at once, or 6 softgels twice daily if you split the dose. (See, notes.) 6 softgels if you split the dose Puritan’s Pride #303 1200 mg
Lecithin Notes:

If you take the once a day dosage level, you can take the ten softgels with dinner instead of with breakfast.

Softgels: It is better to take the Lecithin softgels all at once if you can. All ten. That way it will not be diluted by the body’s other blockage demands, and more of it can be assured to get to the infected tooth. If you must split the dose you will have to take 6 softgels twice daily, at breakfast and dinner. You will need more if you split the dose.

Granules: You can treat an abscess with softgels only. If you want to speed up the cleansing process you can also add Lecithin granules to your regimen. They are less expensive and more powerful. (I tbls = 6 softgels in potency.)

The problem is that they don’t mix well with liquids even if they are hot; their mouth feel can be pretty gross; their taste is not good; and they will change the texture of some foods if mixed with or sprinkled over and taken together. On the other hand, I know a woman who eats them by the spoonful, and says, Yum, afterward. So who’s to say?

The best way is to use a tablespoon of granules in a blender drink with a cup of liquid like milk or apple juice, some fruits like banana, blueberry, strawberry, and melon—whatever your favorites—and a few ice cubes. Mix on high for 30 seconds.

You can also add other ingredients to the drink like protein powder, sea kelp, vitamin C, L-Glutamine, a tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, etc. And if you are not gluten intolerant you can add bran, wheat germ, or wheat grass. Or sweeten it with honey or sugar. Lecithin granules along with banana give the shake a pleasant, full texture like a milk shake, even if you don’t use milk.

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