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Posted by: meribelle, Friday, July 27, 2012, 4:49pm
My husband, who is an A (do not know secretor status) has been having bleeding gums and gum infection.  Will the BTD help?  Does anyone have any testimonies that I can relay to him to encourage him to eat our way?  
Posted by: ABJoe, Friday, July 27, 2012, 5:55pm; Reply: 1
BTD will help to reduce inflammation wherever it is in the body.  If an avoid isn't necessarily doing damage at the point you question, it may be reducing the body's ability to fight, causing the other damage to continue.  Once the avoid is removed, the body has the ability to fight the lesser problems...
Posted by: meribelle, Friday, July 27, 2012, 6:18pm; Reply: 2
Thank you.  I have sent off for a secretor kit for him.  It would be helpful to know his avoids.
Posted by: PCUK-Positive, Friday, July 27, 2012, 6:25pm; Reply: 3
what method of keeping his mouth, gums and teeth clean does he use?

and how much sugar, sweets and white flour does he eat?
Posted by: Joy, Friday, July 27, 2012, 6:56pm; Reply: 4
Meribelle,

I can personally attest to my gums getting much better with the BTD.  Your sending for the secreter test  will help and you can research the avoids.

In addition, please make sure he is flossing at least twice a day.  I've had gum disease for many years.  The last time I had my teeth cleaned there was no bleeding.  Why?  I use essential oils on a regular basis and two essential oils are very important to gum and teeth health.

I use http://www.anandaapothecary.com but I recommend an oil which is therapeutic grade and organic and these both are.  The oils that you get in the stores aren't as effective.

The first oil is: Wild Mrryh.  All he has to do is take a Qtip, wet one end and put a few drops of it on there and then swab his gums at night after brushing and then again in the morning after brushing.  

The second one is Clove Bud.  Read the description and you'll see what it does.  It is very potent so wet the Qtip well and just put one drop on it.  

I know these sound a little far fetched (maybe very I don't know) but they do work.

Joy
Posted by: meribelle, Saturday, July 28, 2012, 12:09am; Reply: 5
I believe in essential oils, Joy.  I don't know if I can convince him of it, though.  I am sure he does not floss twice a day, though.  Thanks for taking the time to share.



As for the sugar and white flour intake, it is better than a year ago, but he eats a lot of wheat!  
Posted by: Joy, Saturday, July 28, 2012, 12:16am; Reply: 6
Meribelle,

I'm glad you believe in essential oils.  Could you purchase a small vial of Myrrh and leave it in the bathroom with a Qtip next to it?  Bleeding gums are a nuisance and unhealthy.  

It takes about 5 seconds to do.  Even if he can do it at night (it would give the oil a chance to help the gums).  

It's worth a try!  Maybe after you get a secretor test and cut down on some of the avoids.  I believe the Myrrh works even if someone eats avoids.  It targets the gums specifically.  

Good luck.

Joy
Posted by: Goldie, Saturday, July 28, 2012, 12:32pm; Reply: 7
also use peroxide in water and swish to release the oxygen .. do it for 6 weeks then stop.. or get a black tongue..

I would also buy Trehalose Complex from NAP.. It cleans up all sorts of stuff..
Posted by: Andrea AWsec, Saturday, July 28, 2012, 1:19pm; Reply: 8
http://www.naturalreliefs.com/healthproblems/gingivitisdiet.htm

Folic acid rinse for his mouth will help.

He needs to be consistent with it.

Posted by: PCUK-Positive, Saturday, July 28, 2012, 8:39pm; Reply: 9
Quoted from Goldie
also use peroxide in water and swish to release the oxygen .. do it for 6 weeks then stop.. or get a black tongue..

I would also buy Trehalose Complex from NAP.. It cleans up all sorts of stuff..


That sounds odd Goldie, either the solution is too strong for everyday use it should be no more than 3 % .

the black tongue is either mercury fillings or up to 20 percent peroxide.

A tiny amount is all you need to stop anything wrong with your gums, I use a max of five fine sprays a day probably equal to less than 1 ml of which is only 3 % hydrogen peroxide so .03 ml of peroxide a tiny amount.
Posted by: ruthiegirl, Monday, July 30, 2012, 3:53pm; Reply: 10
When I had infected teeth about 10 years ago (wisdom teeth that erupted halfway and I couldn't brush them properly) I rinsed with hydrogen peroxide daily for a while until I could get them removed. I bought the 3% then diluted it halfway with water, so I rinsed with 1.5% solution. I did that for way more than 6 weeks and my tongue never turned black- but it did whiten my teeth!
Posted by: Jane, Monday, July 30, 2012, 4:07pm; Reply: 11
CO Q10 is also very good for your gums.  I use a Co Q 10 toothpaste.  I had a lot of problems with bleeding gums and deep pockets.  I use the little soft picks, floss and use a rubber tip to massage the gums. Since I've been doing that (several years now) I no longer have any bleeding whatsoever even when I have my teeth cleaned at the dentist.  The pockets have tightened up considerably as well. I had some that were 9s that are now 4s and most are only 2.  
BTD made a huge difference but good consistent oral care did too.
Jane
Posted by: Victoria, Monday, July 30, 2012, 7:30pm; Reply: 12
A change in diet is powerfully effective and will change the body chemistry for the better.  CoQ10 and folic acid rinses are very helpful.  Myrrh and Clove oil and other great anti-bacterial essential oils, such as Oregano and Thyme oils are wonderful.  And these things in toothpastes and/or mouthwashes are a great idea.  

I stopped using commercial toothpastes years ago and switched to tooth soaps and powders and a mouthwash that contains the above vitamins and essential oils.  And I floss diligently before going to bed at night.  My red and puffy gums are a thing of the distant past.

Look into Periowash mouthwash:
http://www.naturesanswer.com/p-810-periowash-winter-mint-16-oz.aspx

And Uncle Harry's toothpastes and tooth powders:
http://www.uncleharrys.com/store/index.php/mouth-care-c-48
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