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lpkayak
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a lot of people are complaining about tooth pain that isn't dental problem

I was having a lot of trouble also . years ago a biological dentist told me to brush my teeth with salt . I used the Himalayan Pink Salt 4 years and had no problems

the last few years I've been using Tea Tree toothpaste at times. my pain started when I hadn't used the salts in a while

usually within 2 or 3 days of going back to the salt my tooth pain goes away

have no idea why but it's happened many times I don't know if
regular sea salt will work all I know is it works for me and I was getting really scared that I had to go back to the dentist

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The salt penetrates the gums & it partly gets absorbed. It takes a while (days to weeks) for it to work on the teeth/gums, as it clears & penetrates deeper with each use.


I have had a similar experience with brushing my teeth with baking soda. Pain before & no pain while on baking soda.


The combo baking soda PLUS sea salt is the best for killing mouth bacteria & oral spirochetes, but it is more corrosive and needs to be used sparingly.


I have had a LOT of plaque on my teeth from ABX usage & when I asked the dentist why, they said we see it in many that are on long term ABX.


Then I started to use baking soda to brush & NO MORE PLAQUE and it works like magic. At first it will burn you & might even give you mini herxes, until you get used to it & then you wont feel much after days & weeks on it.

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Yes my dentist told me to use both but my lyme brain could never remember if i was supposed to use soda or powder...so i just did the salt. No pain and cavities when on it

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I also use baking soda from times to times. Best plaque cleaner ever, but it is corrosive!

I use salt for feet bath (against candida). My toes are sometimes almost black from toxins from skin candida: the salt absorb these toxins!!! After about 30 minutes in hot water, my skin gets a normal color, and the water, awful (oily and murky).

I swear that salts do take some things outside thought osmosis! The inflammation will go down fast too. Not healing totally, but salt does
help!

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Be sure whatever is used is dissolved so that it does not scratch tooth enamel. My dentist told me that backing soda and salt can scratch unless dissolved.
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Im gonna try salt on feet...i was wondering about that

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