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yaeli
Thursday, March 21, 2013, 1:01pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from Amazone I.
no thweety.. it's not the oil itself but the button!!! I was forced to destroy the very first-one....to be able to come along with this oily
substance.....
This is a part of it: the sticky resin seals the cap.... maybe hot water on the outer face of the cap....terribilis....



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This is a part of it: the sticky resin seals the cap.... maybe hot water on the outer face of the cap....terribilis....

Have just tried it successfully. I have 2 bottles, one of which wouldn't open. I warmed the cap under running hot water, it helped, and the cap opened easily.



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The things you all are talking about in this thread is completely new to me.  Oil pulling?  What is that?  What is it pulling?  Everyone here seems to be using various unconventional methods and ingredients.  Everyone in my family has lost their teeth by age 60 and wear dentures.  This last year I've had 3 crowns and 5 fillings, and I'm facing age 50 next year.  I'm pretty disheartened about my teeth.  As a male A+ secretor Teacher, what would be the recommended protocol?  Is there a comprehensive website that explains in detail all the things mentioned in this thread?  Or do I need to just research each item mentioned here?
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Maybe somebody knows if it's possible to dilute it?  
Yes is can very simply be diluted in water...

Details here:
http://www.herbs2000.com/herbs/herbs_myrrh.htm



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Adam, please read ABJoe's reply above (#41):

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Just remember that they don't know what they don't know...  The body can heal much deeper than many people realize...  Just because Dr.'s have never known to tell their patients how to heal, and even if they did - many patients aren't interested in doing what the Dr. says when it involves controlling their diets, etc, they have probably never seen gums heal.  

I have a practitioner that says that only about 10-20% of patients are willing to follow through with dietary changes...  She was very surprised when she knew what I was doing and how much healing I was doing.
  
If they have never seen it, or read about it in literature, how can they say anything different?
Compliance puts your health incl. the health of your teeth in a whole different place than the rest of your family and better your prospects.

Please also read Jane's amazing testimonials above, # 17 & 19.



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Essential oils can also be diluted in "carrier oils"  such as olive oil or grapeseed oil.

Adam- do a search on this website for "oil pulling" and make sure you don't limit your search to the last month.  This has  been discussed in detail numerous times. In a nutshell, oil pulling involves swishing oil around in your mouth (without swallowing) for 5-15 minutes, as the oil "pulls" toxins out of your mouth. You then spit out the oil. There are various discussions about what oil to use, how much oil, how long to swish, how to clean the mouth afterwards, etc.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Myrrh goes wel and can be mixed with frankincense oil, peppermint oil, tea tree oil.  These are all acceptable to be used in the mouth along with myrrh.  I also noted that the myrrh gets a little thick after a while.  I usually dip my Qtip in water before putting the myrrh on the end.

Carrier oils can also extend the life of an oil.  Please check at http://www.AnandaApothecary.com as they have a chart on what percentage to use when mixing.  You can use pipettes or droppers.

Joy
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Thanks Ruthie and Joy!  


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