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Herbs for teeth brushing

Cheyenne and turmeric: blood thinners. Well moving blood is required so bacteria are flushed away. One or both will help destroy a cyst on a tooth's root. As well, the latter herb kills cancer.

Black walnut hull: bad bacteria killer; tarter and possibly plaque remover; tooth whitener; rebuilder of enamel.

Alfalfa: rich in minerals, helpful for gum and tooth reconstitution. Be careful on this usage, avoid brushing with it daily, couple time a week is fine. Excess of anything, even minerals, will cause (blood) stasis.

Bonus knowledge, an arcane, difficult-to-find knowledge in American Dental Association journals 80-plus years ago: clean razor blade, slice/cut the gums near, above or below the tooth in pain to draw blood. More blood, the better. Kink in blood flow removed and bad bacteria out. Blood flow from body-to-mouth to inside-outside tooth, restored. No pain afterward. This technique resolves issues located elsewhere in the head because of the connection between the jaws (which is bone marrow, creator of blood and a thicket of it) and the rest of the head including the brain. Blood flow is prime.

Evil swims in the free market too. Just gotta recognize the evil. Mess up the mouth, the rest of the body will follow suit.

See why there's always a price deal in dentistry and that when compared to all other procedures on the body it's cheap? Besides vaccines, it's the perfect starter to destroy life -- with a smile on kind faces trained to rote-ness and even to scoff at he who raises questions whose answers are opposite what those kind faces were trained in.

Dentistry and medicine, put those activities into the masses and tout them. Ingratiation never looked so good. Health is for observant persons (only).

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.