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Re: Can tooth heal by itself after taking mercury filling out with no fillings put in after? by Iolite ..... Mercury Toxicity Forum

Date:   3/28/2012 7:51:25 AM ( 10 years ago ago)
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Yes it can! There have been cases where cavities have healed and the filling just fell out. You just need to supply your body with the nutrients to do it! Country Life's Bone Solid would be a good supplement to take. Acid forming liquids like soda and coffee should be limited or discontinued. Switch to brushing your teeth with baking soda. Toothpaste has glycerine in it and coats the teeth, not good for remineralization. Extra vitamin D in addition to what's in Bone Solid and magnesium too. I'm using Dr. Christopher's Calcium Formula and alfalfa to help heal cavities in my dog's back molars. I give her also 2 Bone Solid caps twice a day with a tsp of the calcium formula and alfalfa in her food and a 5,000iu vit. D3 capsule once a day. Her teeth are healing. I had a bit of a set back, due to questionable freshness of a batch of herbs. I am now back to purchasing my herbs from Rose Mountain Herbs and we're back on track again. Her back molars had demineralized (brown) with cavities. I tried various mineral supplements, including "Dental Essentials" that simply didn't work. I also found that using cut and sifted herbs for the calcium formula seem to work better (I grind them to more of a powder with my coffee grinder). I get the comfrey root powdered since the cut and sifted root is really dense and hard. I haven't tried grinding it. Anyways, the calcium formula recipe is: //www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=1854827


Dr. Christopher's Calcium Formula
6 parts Horsetail grass (equisetum hyemale)
3 parts Oat straw (avena sativa)
4 parts Comfrey root (sympathum officianle)
1 part Lobelia (lobelia inflata)



 

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