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Got Tooth Pain? I've had painful teeth my entire life. It started when I was about 7 when my stepfather drilled me in the face with a baseball. As a result I can't get enough oxygen through breathing through my nose alone so especially when sleeping I have to do so with my mouth open. Dried teeth are the most susceptible to damage. You can see this in backwards cultures who only eat meat. The oils /lard protect teeth and in many of these cultures the natives have near perfect teeth. Bad teeth can easily turn painful and cause infections. Purely by mistake I found a solution, honey. Yes Honey. Honey kills bacteria as it chokes the bacteria from the moisture it needs to survive. How did I find this out? I watched a video about honey and some of its properties and thought, well ok why wouldn't it work on teeth the way it does on open wounds. Honey has been used at least as far back as the ancient Egyptians to prevent infections. I had nothing to lose so I tried it. I put a generous amount of natural honey in my mouth and swished it around for a couple of minutes before swallowing and did so every day for about a week and guess what. All my tooth pain and swelling disappeared. I can't believe it worked so I do it every day now and I have no swelling or pain anymore. It's almost a dam miracle. As crazy as it sounds it really works. If you have tooth pain try it but make sure you use unfiltered and unprocessed honey (the only kind I eat anyway).

50 views · Oct 27th, 2020

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Got Tooth Pain? I've had painful teeth my entire life. It started when I was about 7 when my stepfather drilled me in the face with a baseball. As a result I can't get enough oxygen through breathing through my nose alone so especially when sleeping I have to do so with my mouth open. Dried teeth are the most susceptible to damage. You can see this in backwards cultures who only eat meat. The oils /lard protect teeth and in many of these cultures the natives have near perfect teeth. Bad teeth can easily turn painful and cause infections. Purely by mistake I found a solution, honey. Yes Honey. Honey kills bacteria as it chokes the bacteria from the moisture it needs to survive. How did I find this out? I watched a video about honey and some of its properties and thought, well ok why wouldn't it work on teeth the way it does on open wounds. Honey has been used at least as far back as the ancient Egyptians to prevent infections. I had nothing to lose so I tried it. I put a generous amount of natural honey in my mouth and swished it around for a couple of minutes before swallowing and did so every day for about a week and guess what. All my tooth pain and swelling disappeared. I can't believe it worked so I do it every day now and I have no swelling or pain anymore. It's almost a dam miracle. As crazy as it sounds it really works. If you have tooth pain try it but make sure you use unfiltered and unprocessed honey (the only kind I eat anyway).

50 views · Oct 27th, 2020