Are Teeth Related To Body Parts ?

The teeth are the hardest structures in the body and every tooth is related to an aspect of your body and every tooth relates to emotions in the body.

Human teeth are made up of four different types of tissue: pulp, dentin, enamel, and cementum. The pulp is the innermost portion of the tooth and consists of connective tissue, nerves, and blood vessels, which nourish the tooth.

What many people may not realise is that your teeth store emotions, they are individually related to aspects of the body. The answer to are teeth related to body parts is absolutely Yes! So if you have a knee problem that keeps nagging you and you don’t know why look up what tooth relates to your knees. It may not be your knees but the tooth which is the problem. When a tooth decays or has a problem it may be because you also have some emotional unresolved conflict. Etc.

Teeth Related To Body Parts

Are Teeth Related To Body Parts ? Lilias Ahmeira

 

Weston Price

Weston Price a dentist many years ago discovered from travelling the world that a diet of organ meats, and basic fruit and veg was hugely supportive of all the teeth and structure of the mouth. As we have become fond of a more western diet our faces have become narrower, our teeth more crowded and our general health has reduced as a result.

What other factors contribute to poor dental hygiene?

Our diet plays a major factor – minerals, enzymes, hydration, and alkalinisation.
In order to stop decay, and stop losing teeth, you need to strengthen your immune system.

Alkalise: Stop drinking sodas, processed foods, the more minerals calcium lactate and green juices you can introduce to your system the better your teeth and immune system will become. By removing sugars and grains from our diet our dental health could be vastly improved.

What else can you do to help strengthen your teeth?

1. Neem for tooth infections
2. Oil pulling
3. MMS
4. Ionising equipment
5. Tooth powders
6. Sodium and Stannous Fluoride
7. Floss

Neem Powder is usually applied with neem oil. It reduces the discomfort of a toothache and prevents the cell adhesion. It works as an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.

Oil Pulling – Reduces infections, improves gums and health overall.
It works by swishing a tablespoon of oil in your mouth on an empty stomach for around 20 mins and it breaks up the biofilm which causes the placated. Some people prefer different oils. Ozonated Olive Oil holds a variety of health benefits, Cinnamon oil, clove oil, cardamom oil, and sesame oil also work effectively.

MMS – is great for abscess. Magnesium chloride oil sprayed into the mouth helps it to penetrate into the gums and teeth. Spray 1-3 x a day
(20 drops of MMS in a glass and activate each drop with 5 drops of citric acid. Rinse for 30 seconds and spit.)

Tooth powders:

Rinse 1 once of sea salt in 16oz of purified water 30 seconds
Tongue scraping: coat called AMA clears bacteria stimulates points on the tongue which is great for, the digestive and respiratory systems.

Sodium Fluoride and Stannous Fluoride harden teeth and it then makes them more brittle.

Don’t forget the importance of Floss!

I can also give you good recipes for tooth enamel and receding gums and more recipes for cleaning teeth. Contact me for more information or to book a 1-1 appointment.

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