I must report this one…..My 25 year old granddaughter called. She’s been on the Calcarea fluorica and Calcarea phosphorica faithfully for 3 months. She has been plagued by tooth decay. To make it worse, she was a swimmer all through school- bad for tooth enamel. Today the dentist said her teeth look great and 3…
For the past year or more, my gum pockets had started getting worse (normal range is between 1-3) and I had 4 teeth that were measured at a number 4 and 1 was a number 5. If this had continued, I would have had to have a procedure to scrape the tooth root and tighten the gum tissue that holds my teeth.
PRESS RELEASE CHAMPION’S GATE, Fla., May 2, 2012 /PR Newswire-US Newswire/ — This Friday, May 4, affiliates of the International Academy for Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) will encourage the U.S. government to join worldwide efforts against mercury/silver fillings, the predominant source of human exposure to mercury, at an integral Department of State (DOS) mercury…
Researchers from Southampton University report compelling evidence that surgery, as well as injury and infection, can dramatically accelerate the disease and the rate of brain death in people who already have early Alzheimer’s disease.
Keywords: fear of cancer; major depression followed by cancer; hormonal imbalance; insomnia; hyper-vigilance; anxiety; anti-aging; chronic infections; adult asthma; hyper-thyroidism; graves disease, panic attacks, dental treatment
By: Manfred Mueller, MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH
Copyright © 1995. All rights reserved. Revised 2000 and 2005
Municipalities add fluoride to public water systems in the United States at the rate of 1 to 3 ppm (parts per million) – purportedly as a means to prevent tooth decay. This has produced serious environmental diseases including genetic mutations that are passed on to the offspring of those affected.
Fluoride is a by-product of the aluminum and phosphate fertilizer industries and a potent poison. When scientists raised concerns about the dumping of fluoride into rivers and lakes, the industry proposed the following solution: adding the substance in controlled amounts to drinking water, defending it to the public as a “safe” and effective preventive measure for tooth decay. However, fluoride is more poisonous than lead and only slightly less poisonous than arsenic. Prior to fluoridation in water, fluoride was used as a rat poison. One single tube of commercial toothpaste contains enough fluoride to kill a child.