Teeth

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Teeth:

  • Black Seed Oil
  • Curcumin
  • Rose Hips

Natural Cures and Remedies for Teeth

Conventional dentistry takes a mechanical approach to what is a biological issue. Many dental procedures entail digging into tissues, filing away teeth, and building new structures. For example, the standard treatment for periodontitis in the United States is to clean teeth and then to cut away inflamed tissue. This contrasts with the approach of European dentists, who clean teeth and then allow the tissues to heal over many months. For gingivitis, conventional treatments involve better oral hygiene. TMJ disease is often corrected with a plastic cover over the teeth to separate the upper jaw and the lower jaw.

Relieves hemorrhoids Horse chestnut is an excel-lent reliever of hemorrhoids and the accompa-nying symptoms. It can be infused into an oil or made into a suppository for direct application. Mineralizes teeth Although I’ve no experience with such, some recommend chewing horse chestnut husks to mineralize the teeth. Contraindications Should not be used by those on blood thinners. Use internally short term only.

Black Seed Oil, Curcumin, Rose Hips

Gastrosis (f; CAN; MIC; PHR); Gingivosis (f; PHR); Gout (f; CRC); Headache (f; CRC); Hepatosis (f; JLH); High Blood Pressure (1; APA; WO2; ZUL); Incontinence (f; CRC); Induration (f; JLH); Infection (1; CRC; EFS; FNF); Insomnia (1; APA; PHR); Lice (1; WO2); Lumbago (f; CRC); Malaria (f; CRC; SUW); Melancholy (f; CRC); Mycosis (1; WO2); Nervousness (1; APA; MPI; PHR; WO2; ZUL); Neurasthenia (f; CRC); Nicotinism (f; APA); Ophthalmia (f; CRC); Orchosis (f; JLH); Pain (1; KAP; ZUL); Paralysis (f; KAP); Respirosis (f; ZUL); Rheumatism (f; APA; CRC; KAP); Rickets (f; CRC); Scirrhus (f; JLH); Scrofula (f; CRC); Snakebite (f; SUW); Sore (f; JLH); Sore Throat (f; KAB); Splenosis (f; JLH); Stomachache (f; APA; MIC); Swelling (f; KAP); Teething (f; APA); Tuberculosis (1; MPI); Tumor (f; JLH); Typhoid (f; CRC); Ulcer (f; CAN; PHR); Uterosis (f; JLH); Vaginosis (f; JLH); Varicosis (f; APA); Vertigo (f; CRC); Water Retention (f; EFS; KAP).

Pyorrhoea or periodontal disease to give it a proper medical term is a disease of the teeth socket. It is one of the most widely prevalent diseases these days. It affects the membrane surrounding the teeth-root, with loosening of the teeth, pus formation and shrinkage of the gum.

The unripe guava (amrud) is useful in halitosis. It is rich in tannic, malic, oxalic and phospheric acids as well as calcium, oxalate and manganese. Chewing it is an excellent tonic for the teeth (1 of 2) [5/19/1999 9:37:23 PM]

of the best examples of a pure astringent that helps tighten body tissues. Wherever there is a deficiency in tone or cellular vitality, white oak is helpful in returning proper structure to enable proper delivery of nutrients. Use for treating diarrhea, when a flaccidity has arisen and bowel health has been decreased; for gum and teeth inflammation and disease; for relief of chronic nasal congestion with post nasal drip; and for poor bladder tone with incontinence or urgency. Stops hemorrhaging or bleeding e astringent power of this herb can help stop hemorrhaging or bleeding, including nosebleeds, bloody sputum that is coughed up, and internal bleeding origi-nating from the stomach.