“Regrowing your teeth is simple. You’ll (basically) need two things: comfrey root and organic eggshells. Eggshells are used because they contain 27 minerals and loads of calcium, so they contain the ideal building materials to regrow your teeth. In fact, the composition of eggshells is very similar to the composition of our teeth and bones. Comfrey root is used because it accelerates bone, teeth and tissue growth. In fact, another name for comfrey root is knitbone, primarily because of its ability to knit – or regrow – bone together so quickly.
“When you’re regrowing your teeth, aim to eat one organic eggshell each day. Blending your shells into fresh fruit smoothies is a great way to consume them because blending breaks them into tiny particles that are easily consumed. Smoothies with bananas are ideal because the banana will keep the shell particles suspended instead of allowing them to sink to the bottom of your glass. After cracking the egg, just boil your shells in water for five minutes to kill any pathogens before use.
“While you’re re-mineralizing and adding plenty of calcium to your body with eggshells, you’ll also want to use comfrey root on your teeth and gums. Either fresh or dried comfrey root (quality is important with herbs) will do the trick, but if it’s dried, boil the root lightly for ten minutes to rehydrate it. Then, blend a square inch of the root with a few tablespoons of water to make a liquid – and swish the liquid in your mouth and between your teeth for about 20 minutes. When you’re finished, just spit it out.
“Using comfrey in this manner is best done once a day, and you’ll likely see progress within a few weeks. Many cavities can be completely regrown within a month or two with regular use. The best part is: you can heal your teeth without leaving toxic metals or hormone disruptors in your mouth for the rest of your life.
“As a note, comfrey root can be a little hard on your liver so if you have liver problems, you’ll want to avoid using comfrey. After your teeth have regrown, you’ll also want to end the use of comfrey so as not to over do it. [link to www.naturalnews.com]
I have also heard of using oil to swish between your teeth like described above. This is called “oil pulling” and is said to be very effective. I tried it a little, but it’s too tedious for me! I do periodically use a tincture of bloodroot that way, though. It is described below. Very effective in removing plaque!
I think that you can heal your teeth yourself, but to do it I think that you will have to be religious about making it happen. It is a race between your body’s regenerative powers and the bacteria that lay down plaque on your teeth and then live in it excreting enamel-dissolving acids. So you can’t go at this half-assed and expect good results.
But the good news is, if you want to take control and get this done; you can do it! I myself have had a small cavity disappear that the dentist was going to drill, and I wasn’t trying all that hard. I’ll have to say, though, that I’m pretty healthy generally – due to my escape from the food and pharma industry years ago, and in my opinion it’s your immune system that gets this done. In fact that raises the point that having a healthy balance of micro-organisms in your gut should be considered part of your dental regime. Also, if you really need to repair some damage, take a hard look at using the glyconutrients recipe as well! I would also use colloidal silver (discussed more below), as I remember reading years ago that it facilitates rebuilding bone. You can make your own very cheaply using electrolysis (joaqin, below in the comments, says that you should only use distilled water for this).
So since the tooth-eating bacteria live in plaque, you want a way to remove it. Bloodroot is effective for this, but be advised it has some toxicity. If you’re going to use it, get the chopped root, not the powder. This will be stronger and fresher. You make a tincture from it by letting it soak in alcohol. You’ll have to search for a recipe. Just rinse your mouth with it, swishing it between the teeth and such, for at least a minute. Then gargle with clean water after, and brush. I brush with peroxide and baking soda. So be advised, plaque! Your days are over! (My Mr. Natural self can not recommend Plax! While Plax is apparently effective in removing plaque, (on Amazon, it gets 5 stars) it contains sodium lauryl sulfate. Some of that and whatever other dangerous chemicals Plax may contain will absorb through your mouth tissues.) I wouldn’t use either bloodroot or Plax daily, but periodically for a few days or a week and then give it a rest.
None of the above is whitening. I am a coffee drinker and have found the Mentadent tooth whitening system to be effective. They probably all are. Below is a regime that includes using fresh strawberry with baking soda to whiten. I haven’t tried it.
1.) Use chicken eggshells (organic). grind them up in a herbal/spice potter, drink with water, or blend them with bananas as a smoothie. drink once a day. (As an alternative and probable upgrade – this is my idea from reading Dr. West’s outstanding Health Alert newsletter – a person could take two products by Standard Process: Calcifood Powder, and Biost.)
2.) Find or buy (good quality) wild comfrey. Clean and mash the fresh root and chew for 20 minutes a day (watch your favorite tv show/read a book/surf the net/exercise while doing so) and spit out, rinse (or brush) with hydrogen peroxide/baking soda mix (not necessary but it helps and cleans teeth. I brush with these and get very little plaque build-up, but it doesn’t whiten. To whiten, I’m told, mix mashed up fresh strawberry with baking soda. Put the paste on your teeth and leave it on for two minutes! I have tried just brushing my front teeth with fresh strawberry after brushing with peroxide and baking soda and I was surprised that my teeth whitened very quickly!)
3.) Do this for several weeks/a couple of months. Your cavities will fill in, cusps will rebuild, cracked teeth will heal and rotted teeth will; while not be top tier, will fill in and heal.
“Avoid sugar and alcohol during this time period. Your teeth will thank you very much.” (Oh, is that all? No sugar, meaning also breads and pastries? But for the stalwart and/or those in serious need, check out the SC Diet and Saturated Fats and Body Ecology and the Weston Price Foundation.
Weston Price is particularly valuable on healing your teeth.
If I were trying to heal cavities or something, I would swish and gargle with colloidal silver in addition to the above. How could I afford that? Buy or put together a kit and make it. You just set up some salt water (Joaquin, in the comments below, says to make this with distilled water and no salt) and put a couple of silver wires in it. Then you plug a converter into the wall socket and connect it’s output wires to the two silver wires (don’t let them touch each other) for 12 minutes (longer without salt). The kit has alligator clips to attach the silver probes (wires) that submerge in the salt water. In the kit everything is supplied, with instructions, and it’s really simple to do. Colloidal silver is one of the 7 health wonders of the world in my opinion. Don’t believe the scare stories about it.
You can also supplement with a few products that greatly enhance the body’s ability to rebuild bone and joints (think osteoporosis here, too): Calcifood Powder, Calcium Lactate Powder, and Biost, all by Standard Process; and Blue Ice fermented Cod liver oil. You can get these from Health Alert (I highly recommend the newsletter as well!). Also take diatomaceous earth which is both really cheap and really valuable.
If you have gum infections, you can apply oil of Oregano to your gums with great effect, says Dr. Russ Newman! … and bonus really, really, awful taste, too, says I!
The practice of Minimalist Dentistry confirms a lot of the above.
Oh, yes! I must mention the power of garlic! I had a tooth abscess a few years ago while I was traveling and it got very bad. Finally once I got home the pain was all over from my shoulder up to the top of my head and I became afraid of it so I went to the dentist thinking that, as had been done years ago when I was in college, he would drill a hole in the tooth to relieve the pressure and the pain would be instantly gone. No-o-o. they can’t do that anymore. He confirmed I had an abscess and sent me to the pharmacy with a penicillin prescription, and told me that after the infection subsided I should have a root canal bad idea). Well my wife had just shown me a convincing documentary on the use of garlic for tooth pain and so I didn’t fill the prescription and went home to use the Russian Penicillin (garlic).
I put a thin sliver of raw garlic in my mouth between the cheek and the gum and kept it there. I extracted garlic juice, diluted it and put drops in my ear. I ate some garlic. I was also using cayenne pepper already and whatever natual immune-boosting products I was using in those days. This was about noon.
By supper time I was getting better fast and knew that I would sleep that night for the first time in several days. I kept up the regime for several days until the tooth was completely healed. I reeked of garlic and I burned the inside of my cheek a little bit with the raw garlic, but it was worth it!
Then I made my only mistake. I went and had the root canal done (Caveat: I don’t mean to say that I should have done nothing. Something had to be done – either extraction or healing to the point that the tooth never flared up again). The root canal has been ok, but can act up from time to time. Root canals are a really bad idea as it turns out. Bacteria live in a root canal tooth like in a crack house as a sort of chronic condition. They morph into crack addict types and become a threat to your general health. You can read about it here. It’s pretty scary. Things like cancer and heart attack are mentioned. Anyway, that’s another story and my point right now is to testify to what can be done with, say, garlic, cayenne pepper, and colloidal silver to stop tooth pain at its source when it occurs.
Thanks for reading, and I hope it helps!
And what about Prepper tooth care for after a nuclear attack or major natural disaster?
My wife is using a “tooth and gum” herbal product by Dr. Schultz and says it really helped a tooth that was hurting when she chewed.), but the products and tools below look excellent, too:
Visit Weston Price on Dentistry.
(Please, after you try something and get some kind of results, come back and post about it!)