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For gum disease, try these suggestions

These three suggestions should be an almost sure-fire solution for conquering your gum disease:

1.  Get yourself one or more Silver Aloe Skin Care bars from Utopia Silver and rub a wet toothbrush on the bar and then brush your teeth. Utopia Silver found out about the unanticipated benefit of the bars against gum disease when one of their customers called in to say that he had been doing so and his gum disease and plaque were gone.  Since then, many people, including myself, have used those bars for our teeth and gums with great success. The bars are pretty inexpensive (especially when you use the CZ discount code of LR001 if they aren't on sale).  In addition to about 50 PPM colloidal silver, they also contain plant derived minerals, aloe vera and essential oils (and no animal products or gelatin),

2. Swish you mouth with colloidal/ionic silver a few times each day.

3. After you have used the colloidal silver, rub some neem oil or tea tree oil on your gums.  The all both antiseptic and very effectived against gingivitis and plaque.  You can also place a few drops of either oil on your toothbrush along with your tooth cleanser (ideally the aforementioned colloidal silver bar) when you brush your teeth.  Oil of oregano is also antiseptic and kills infections, but neem oil and tea tree oil are considered the best for gum disease (and oil of oregano is a bit unpleasant when applied directly to the gums or mouth).

Another thing you might consider is making an herbal mouthwash product.  The herbs goldenseal, myrrh, and calendula have been used for centuries to improve dental health. Purchase each herb separately in tincture form, then combine 30 drops of each in a small brown bottle. Store the tincture in a cool, dark place away from children.

* Ideally, you should use a water irrigator for the herbal mouth rinse. It allows you to irrigate the pockets between your teeth and gums, where the bacteria accumulates.

* Good choices for an irrigator are WaterPik, or any other brand with an irrigation tip that reaches below the gum line. They usually cost between $40 - $80.

* Add 1/4 teaspoon of the herbal mixture to the reservoir of the water jet. For even better results, you can also add a few drops of the neem or tea tree oil and plenty of colloidal silver. After brushing, spray between each tooth for 5 seconds. If you do not have an irrigator then swish the mixture in your mouth for 30 seconds, then spit out.


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