Mouth Infections: What’s the DIRTIEST part of the body (surprise!)

Let’s be realistic. What’s the dirtiest part of the human body?

I’ll answer this but first let me talk about a part of the body that can cause big problems.

Penny is a student of mine and she has had difficulty making progress recently.

She started with us because she is overweight and has acid reflux, panic attacks and high blood pressure.

Mouth Infections:What's the DIRTIEST part of the body

Mouth Infections: Unlike the human mouth, the dirtiest body part of a cat is the claw Photo Courtesy of http://www.flickr.com/photos/liquene/

The Oxygen Remedy has been a great help but recently her progress stalled out.

The likely suspect is in her mouth.

The mouth is the most common site of infections that can make you sick or prevent you from getting better, when other things are ruled out.

When I started on the Oxygen Remedy, I chose to have my one root canal tooth extracted.

Root canal teeth are dead teeth.

They have no blood supply.

According to this study the teeth have very sophisticated immune systems

Root canal teeth are DEAD and have NO immune systems.

Imagine leaving a dead piece of meat or something inside your mouth.

What will happen to that piece of meat?

It will decay in a heartbeat.

That’s why people who have HAD root canals often complain to the dentist years later of soreness in that area of the mouth or jaw.

Dentists admit that patients complain about this all the time.

Dentists know that the roots of these teeth have literally miles of tiny microscopic tunnels.

A very poisonous type of bacteria love these tunnels.

Anerobic bacteria breed here and spew toxins out that end up in the surrounding tissue and enter the bloodstream.

This is one example of toxic focal infections in the dirtiest part of the human body.

That’s right — not the anus, but the mouth.

At least that’s what dentists have been telling me over the years.

I haven’t counted the bacteria at each end so I can’t comment.

There are several other sources of infection in the mouth that you can work on very easily and often feel better, less sick, or overcome a stall in the Oxygen Remedy.

I’ll tell you about two other mouth problems that are very easy to fix.

Warmly

Richard Geller

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor and cannot treat or diagnose anything. This information is provided to educate and inform and you MUST discuss this with your doctor before doing ANYTHING in response to what I write or what we discuss or show you.

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