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From: Gina (71.177.95.4)
Subject:         Re: pain in ear and wisdom tooth
Date: September 25, 2014 at 6:13 pm PST

In Reply to: pain in ear and wisdom tooth posted by Mel on September 25, 2014 at 1:06 pm:

Hi Mel,
(i was going to take a break from this forum, but maybe I will answer questions like this, if no one else does.)

Why do you say your colon? Are you having 2-3 bowel movements a day?

It sounds like an infection. When an infection reaches the ears, you should try fresh raw hot peppers, like habanero, serrano or chili del arbol. The small and hotter, the better. They should be raw and fresh. If you can chew the pepper until you feel it in your ears, that's good. See if it eases the inflammation. Cut a clove of garlic in half and place over affected tooth, resting on gum. Keep it there for a while.

You can make a raw salsa with a lot of garlic and hot pepper and chew that. Otherwise you could make a juice with it and drink it.

Start taking immune boosting teas (echinacea, BLOOD ROOT (just a tiny bit) osha root, comfrey, prickly ash, goldenseal or like herbs) or tinctures, soups (maitake--they now sell it in health food stores in the produce section) and juices.

The juices should be anti-infection. The lemon ginger blast that Lou Corona teaches is good because he usually adds a lot of ginger and habanero.

I would try to call and see where there is fresh raw aloe like in health food stores or mexican markets and hold the fresh aloe gel in your mouth and chew it and swish before swallowing.

In Chinese medicine, too much sweetness injures the bones. This may sound stupid, as everyone knows that sugar is bad for the teeth, but Chinese medicine seeks a balance in the body and when you over-indulge in sweet fruits, you may have to swing the pendulum to the other side and take in bitter greens, like aloe, kale juice, nopal juice, comfrey leaf juice (not really bitter but excellent for bones) and collards. Sprouted sesame milk is good too. When you put your greens as your priority, then you can use some fruit to balance the extreme bitterness of them, like dandelion. I don't think you would have to eliminate fruit entirely while you heal an infection. Citrus fruits have a lot of vitamin c to help with infection and they are lymphatic movers. If need be, drink the fresh raw juice through a straw.

THis is not a substitute for seeing a dentist. It just is some home remedy stuff you can try at home.

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