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is there way to Kill bacteria around the tooth ROOT CANAL using natural means?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 33822198:MV8yMTMwOTU3XzM1OTY0OTE0XzFDN0RCRkNB] If its an abcess that forms on the gum, theres a few things you can do-saltwater rinses all the time, rinse with hydrogen peroxide and water, tea tree oil mixed in water. ground cloves or clove oil on the gum/abcess to stop pain. you also need to watch you diet;no nuts beans grains as they cntain phytic acid which out teeth dont like. Cod liver oil added to diet. butter,eggs cheese organic grass fed meats. no sugar,flour etc. supplements;vitC,calcium, magnesium ,zinc, co-enzymeQ10, K2,coderliver oil for A/D, extra vit D, vit b. also add loads of garlic, ac vinegar(diluted with water drunk through a straw, chlorophyll(if you dont get enough greens), cayenne pepper, for a sweetner use manuka honey for added medicinal purposes. also have a look around this guys site. http://www.curetoothdecay.com/ [/quote]
Had root canal, then retreatement (tooth was still tender), had several rounds of antibiotics, now tooth is reacting to heat. Doctor says to either have root canal surgery or pull it, he thinks there is a residual bacteria around the root.
Any natural ways to fix this?
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