The tooth fairy is not the greatest myth when it all comes to teeth. What really happens when you feel mouth pain because of a cavity? Society and dentists both have done an amazing job convincing us that the unique way to handle cavities is to drill a hole into the bum tooth and fill it with synthetic material. And if the cavity is actually ruined, a root canal will do the trick.

heal cavities naturally

The world is gradually waking up to the fact that, when you give your body what it requires, it can heal conditions we previously believed were impossible. Extensive research is now becoming more public about the actual nature of tooth decay and that there are established remedies that can cure it.

A study published in the British Medical Journal
In point of fact, according to this study, tooth decay and cavities could possibly be reversed with diet.

A study was conducted on 62 children with cavities, and they were separated into 3 separate diet groups.

Group 1: consumed a regular diet and oatmeal (rich in phytic acid).
Group 2: ate a standard diet plus vitamin D.
Group 3: consumed a grain-free diet and supplemented with vitamin D.
The results found that
Group 1: who had a diet high in phytic acid and grains had an escalation in cavities.
Group 2: had enhancements in cavities and less form.
Group 3: who consumed nutrient-rich foods and followed a grain-free diet and was supplemented with vitamin D, saw the biggest changesĀ  almost all cavities were healed.

Not only are cavity fillings expensive and in need of repair every 10 years or even sooner, they are also bad for your health because they generally contain mercury. Evidence also proposes that root canals are associated with disease, and are notably dangerous to people who undergo autoimmune diseases.

Tooth decay, as researched by Dr. Weston Price, Dr. Edward Mellanby, and Ramiel Nagel boiled down to 5 factors:

minerals in the diet (magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus deficiency)
Lack of fat-soluble vitamins (Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, and especially vitamin D deficiency) in the diet.

Too much phytic acid-rich foods in the diet.
Too much-processed sugar in the diet.
Nutrients are not being readily bio-available.

If your diet lacks minerals and vitamins over a period of time, from a poor diet that includes very high levels of phytates (from grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes), the ratio of phosphorous and calcium becomes out of balance, which ends in minerals being extracted from bones, causing tooth loss.

Sugar creates tooth decay by depleting nutrients from the body.

Natural Remedies for Toothache Relief?

Clove oil Ginger-cayenne paste
Swish some salt water
Soothe with tea
Rinse with hydrogen peroxide
Ice it
Wash it with myrrh
Cover a crack with gum
Peppermint oil Garlic
Guava Leaves
Vanilla Extract
Wheatgrass Juice

How to Reverse Cavities Naturally?

The greater part of problems causing tooth decay and cavity generation is diet.
To restore the ratio of phosphorus and calcium in the blood, in order to allow minerals to bond to our teeth. It’s not enough to simply avoid eating sugary or processed foods, we need also to eat foods including plentiful amounts of vitamins and minerals that will build a healthy tooth structure.

Here are ways to reverse cavities naturally, while also preventing fluoride:

Tip #1: Consider Oil Pulling
Tip #2: Apply Mineralizing Toothpaste
Tip #3: Eat Raw Dairy and Nutrient-Rich Foods
Tip #4: Eliminate Phytic Acid
Tip #5: Remove Sugar

Foods to consider:

Organ and gland meats, like liver and kidneys…
Organic cooked vegetables
Bone broth and seafood
Grass-fed meats
Grass-fed organic dairy
Coconut oil

Supplements to consider:

Fermented cod liver oil
Vitamins A, Vitamin D, andĀ  Vitamin K

Magical tooth powder recipe to consider:

1 tablespoon of Xylitol Powder
1 Teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of Cloves Powder
1 tablespoon of Baking Soda
1 tablespoon of Powdered mint leaf
1 tablespoon of Cinnamon Powder
3 tablespoons of Calcium Magnesium Powder
4 tablespoons of Bentonite Clay

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