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de_nogent
Tuesday, June 1, 2010, 12:43am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I keep seeing lemon juice over and over in the forums, so I'm guessing that it's some good stuff. Just in case anyone is thinking about detoxing... it couldn't hurt. I read an article by a local Naturopathic Doctor who recommends detoxing especially if you are experiencing symptoms of a cold or flu. She was kind enough to offer a recipe:

DAILY GALLBLADDER AND LIVER FLUSH DRINK
If you drink this all in one go, first thing in the morning (an hour before eating breakfast) it will flush and detox the gallbladder and liver. In addition, the drink restores the pH of your saliva, which in turn helps you to absorb the nutrients from the food you eat:

INGREDIENTS:
   1 organic unwaxed lemon
   1 tablespoon of cold pressed, unrefined extra virgin olive oil
   1/2 pint (10 oz) of room temp (not chilled) spring or filtered tap water

METHOD:
   wash the lemon and cut into small pieces, rind included, removing any dark bits. Place in a blender with the water and olive oil and blitz for 60 seconds. Strain and drink, using a straw if necessary.



More importantly of course, Dr. D'Adamo's Seven Day Detox Plan:

http://www.dadamo.com/clinic/2010_1-2_newsletter.htm#Third


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Quoted from de_nogent

   1/2 pint (10 oz) of room temp (not chilled) spring or filtered tap water


Last time I checked, a half-pint is 8 oz...      Not that I think 2 extra ounces will hurt you in this case...      


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I've heard that baking soda is very abrasive on the teeth.  


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There is a product that we have been using called Oram Plus. It is expensive, but lasts quite a while and kills the bacteria in the mouth. It is an oil and leaks down between the gums and teeth. At one time my hubby's teeth were loose and his gums were bleeding, and he started to use the Oram Plus- within two to three days those symptoms were gone.

The Oram Plus has various oils, such as peppermint, in it. It tastes good and is great for the breath. The company claims that it will not whiten the teeth, but I swear it does.


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While researching oil-pulling I caught wind of the glycerin connection and, out of desperation, I decided to eliminate all oral products containing glycerin. I wasn't sure it would help but I was desperate to solve the riddle.  

I can't tell you how quickly things turned around for me.  It was like night and day.  I'm sure the oil-pulling assisted in the removal of the glycerin but within a short time my teeth began to heal naturally!  Today, I don't recall the last time I experienced an oral infection.


Where did you find the stuff? what is it called? how do you use it??   Thanks


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Where did you find the stuff? what is it called? how do you use it??   Thanks

It's an Ayurvedic technique that's been around for years.  A simple Google search will return numerous results or try any of the following to get a headstart:

http://earthclinic.com/  - look for the link under Most Popular Pages

There's also valuable information here:
http://oilpulling.com/
and here:
http://www.oilpulling.org/oil-pulling/

For starters.  Also, many youtubes out there and lots of valuable information here at http://www.dadamo.com

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