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Friday, March 1, 2013

Gums & Teeth


Gums and Teeth

Cranberry juice fights tooth decay, cavities, plaque and gum disease.
Drink organic 100% cranberry juice without sugar or eat fresh whole
cranberries. It works by inhibiting the bacteria from clinging to your teeth and
causing tooth decay. Cranberry juice has a specific enzyme that acts like a
bacteria repellent on teeth. This enzyme inhibits bacteria from sticking. If it
can't stick, it can't begin its feeding frenzy that eats through the
layers of your tooth and eventually reaching your nerve causing the need for a
root canal.

Cranberry juice natural unsweetened cranberry juice can be used as
mouthwash and as a solution for brushing one's teeth. It will kill all bacteria
on contact and help to disintegrate plaques. Since it is somewhat acidic,
probably it should not be used more then a few times a week. It is pleasant
to use and can be swallowed. This juice can be used as a rinse and then
swallowed. Brushing the teeth with cranberry juice leaves the teeth and mouth
feeling very fresh and clean. After brushing one can rinse again and
expectorate or swallow the juice.

Benefits of Cranberry: Prevents painful urinary tract infection - Reduces
Dental Plaque - Kidney Stone Prevention - Preventing Yeast Infection

Bee Propolis has significant anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial benefits.
It's excellent for infected gums and mouth ulcers.

Grapefruit Seed Extract - GSE is one of nature's antiseptics. It can be
used both topically and internally as anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. GSE
came on the scene back in the 1970s, when immunologist Dr. Jacob Harich was
looking for a natural non-toxic alternative to antibiotics that would help
the body resist bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi. He found what he was
looking for in the seeds and connecting tissue of the grapefruit. GSE
exhibits significant antimicrobial activity at low concentration. Always dilute
GSE before use. Place one to six drops in five ounces of water, then use a
Q-tip or a gauze-covered finger to gently clean your dog's teeth and gums.



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