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Joy
Friday, May 25, 2012, 12:11am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi, all.

It's always great to post a positive result on this forum especially when Dr. D recommended it!

Today I went for a cleaning with my dental hygienist, Anne, and I was a little nervous because its been 6 months and I'm on a 3- month- appointment -basis.

Plus my insurance just changed and  the new insurance provider hasn't sent out the cards yet.

The numbing gel she uses works very quickly and it took me a few times to adjust to the numb feeling in my throat.  This is where deep breathing comes in handy and I made use of it.

When she was almost finished she said she was extremely pleased as to how I was taking care of my gums.  Only one tooth in the upper back had a little bleeding but otherwise nothing.

I have been more focused on taking care of my gums but I feel that one element helped me the most and that was something someone posted (sorry I don't remember who) about how Dr. D'Adamo recommended myrrh oil to help keep gums healthy.

That rang a bell because I had gotten some after reading the description of myrrh at http://www.AnanadaApothecary.com (therapeutic grade essential oils) and so after brushing each evening I used a Q tip either dipped in water or a carrier oil and dropped a few drops of myrrh on the Q tip and rubbed it on all my gums.

Joy
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Quoted from Joy
Hi, all.

It's always great to post a positive result on this forum especially when Dr. D recommended it!

Today I went for a cleaning with my dental hygienist, Anne, and I was a little nervous because its been 6 months and I'm on a 3- month- appointment -basis.

Plus my insurance just changed and  the new insurance provider hasn't sent out the cards yet.

The numbing gel she uses works very quickly and it took me a few times to adjust to the numb feeling in my throat.  This is where deep breathing comes in handy and I made use of it.

When she was almost finished she said she was extremely pleased as to how I was taking care of my gums.  Only one tooth in the upper back had a little bleeding but otherwise nothing.

I have been more focused on taking care of my gums but I feel that one element helped me the most and that was something someone posted (sorry I don't remember who) about how Dr. D'Adamo recommended myrrh oil to help keep gums healthy.

That rang a bell because I had gotten some after reading the description of myrrh at http://www.AnanadaApothecary.com (therapeutic grade essential oils) and so after brushing each evening I used a Q tip either dipped in water or a carrier oil and dropped a few drops of myrrh on the Q tip and rubbed it on all my gums.

Joy


That's great: i'm 2 months overdue myself and like a good nonnie (and with shorter tooth roots to begin with) usually have root planing  because of past perio issues. Does the myrrh apply to all types?


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Joy
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Seraffa,

I had periodontal issues in the past also that's another reason why when I read the statement the person posted about how Dr. D recommended myrrh my ears "stood at attention" .  

I wish I could tell you whether its ok for all bloodtypes but I just don't know.  I checked the food typebase under spices and also the book I bought years ago but I couldn't find the information.

Anything one puts in the mouth, even though it is not swallowed, is still absorbed into the bloodstream.

Maybe someone would be so kind as to provide a reference on this.


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I just had my six month check today, too, and got a very good report! No gum problems, no "we will watch this one" stuff, nothing but all smiles all around! My mouth feels so good!!


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Dr D on strep
Just gargle with goldenseal and myrrh every day


http://www.bing.com/search?cp=1252&FORM=FREESS&q=Myrrh&q1=site%3Adadamo.com
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tooth decay and early gum disease
Myrrh. Internally and topically.


hope this forum search will help you decide


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Joy
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Lola,

Thank you so much for this helpful reference for using myrrh .

I'm sure that anyone will now be better equipped to make a decision as to the best methods to increase dental healthcare.

Joy
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It was I who posted it..   can you see my pearlies??

I used the powder form.. but might convert to oil..

Might the oil used in the nose be good for sinus infections??  


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Joy
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Goldie,

Then I have you to " thank" for putting that "pearl of wisdom from the good Dr. D.)  into my brain waves.

Don't know about the myrrh oil in nasals for sinus infection ,but its worth a try.

Let us know if it works.

Joy
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I may try this.   I have perio issues.
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Jayneeo,

I truly hope it works as well for you as it did for me.  It works on the gums better than any mouthwash I've ever used.

Good luck.

Joy
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We have a distinct shortage of holistic dentists in this country.

I have stopped going to my normal dentist for a few years now and since reading the book on curing tooth decay (recommended by someone on here) my teeth have improved a lot, I no longer get tooth ache, pain or anything really.

Dr D's vitamin D, Dr D's fish oils, bone broth seems to be a key and ghee.

Weston A price's research is very appealing just needs a Blood type Update working on that lol


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There seems to be a shortage of holistic dentists everywhere.  I don't know where I would find one around here.

Isn't it great that through reading Dr. D's books and following his advise we can help ourselves.

Great to hear your doing better.

Joy
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I don't go to the dentist often, don't like to, but last time I went he said my teeth and gums are fine.
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Goldie- I'd think that gargling with myrrh would get some of the herb into your sinuses, since the mouth and nose are so close together.


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Ruthiegirl,   I might also try gargling in addition to swabbing it on my gums.  Might help my sinuses also.  Allergy season here has been too much this year.


Sahara , Glad you have more less thing to deal with concerning health issues.

Joy
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