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From: Gina (
Subject:         Re: Thanks Gina!
Date: September 3, 2014 at 1:49 am PST

In Reply to: Thanks Gina! posted by TruthBe Known on September 2, 2014 at 10:35 am:

Hi Truthbeknown,
Wow, a bad tooth is serious. My successes are rather minor: tooth sensitivity, tooth pain, tiny cavities, infections. The loose tooth case was easy because it was an acute case, not chronic. The most I have been able to do is to take the pain away from bad teeth until they are dealt with by a dentist.

I stopped taking on any new people until I have finished writing a manual for my clients. I have run out of time in the day to talk about how to take herbs, how to do such and such protocol, etc. I am including all the teeth protocols that i know. When I am done, I will let you know.

In my own mouth, I have healed my teeth, but its an ongoing basis with two teeth that have amalgam fillings from childhood. When I do everything right, I feel an amazing circulation that goes through the tooth up to the fillings. I know that if I didn't take action long ago, I would have major problems with those teeth. The days that I am kind to my bones, I take one gram of calcium purely in the form of food, like one pound of kale juiced (spread throughout the day mixed into a fruit smoothie), one pound of nopal or sprouted blended sesame, etc. Also, it's too complicated to mention in detail but in my own personal case, the practice of qigong has been vital for my bones and teeth.

May I recommend learning from Lou Corona's videos about gorilla milk and lemon ginger blast? Also, Brian Clement has some good info. Robert Morse explains well about cleaning the lymphatic system through subacid fruits that astringe the lymph, like kiwi, strawberries, mango, peach, dark-seeded grapes and also citrus. If there is congestion in your lymph, this can impair the tooth from healing.
So Robert can explain how to CLEAN your lymph but I recommend to use the greens and herbs to remineralize. I don't agree with Robert about excess fruit eating. I tried his grape protocol and I had to stop (probably because I couldn't get concord grapes and the ones I got were too sweet). Anyway, you have to get in touch with your body to know when enough is enough.

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