reply to post by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
It's always worth a try, no? Onions are rich in catalase - the chemical that neutralizes hydrogen peroxide. Best of all, it's home-made like the good
ol' days when grandma used to display her heirloom pickles, fermented stuff, crepe paper flowers,,.
I was recently told that a dental crown - a root canal job done eons ago - has this deep abscess which caused it to fall out. He looked at me most
solemnly and said that I needed surgery to drain the abscess but felt that this would still not work out in the long run as the infection mostly
likely would recur. Off he sent me to see his friend, a dental specialist to get a second opinion. The second prognosis was even worse - he
recommended removing the old crown, etc and proposed that I go for dental bridging job, which of course meant spending plenty of $$$ - striking even
more fear. This specialist was adamant that there was no other possible solution as far as he could see.. the grim tone in his voice and posture,
uncompromising and professional arrogance somehow triggered in me a strong urge to challenge the smug, rigid parochialism.
Then I remember this wise geezer who once told a group of us that there was always a way out, even a better way out of anything if we cared to look
for one or inquired deeply into any problem. I did some homework and googled all the info I needed on an alternative way of removing deeply rooted
infection - I discovered these: colloidal silver, virgin coconut oil, hydrogen peroxide, and a decoction of thyme, oregano, basil and added drops of
two essential oils (tree tea & eucalyptus) - these are all potent bactericidal, fungicidal and virucidal ...
...this was how I started, holding the stuff in the gums for as long as 30 minutes, bathing the affected site. It seems to be working! The large
swelling on the gum has receded albeit gradually and its size has now shrunk to become a tiny bump and the off-color gum is now becoming pinkish once
again. Hopefully, all will be well if I continue the treatment ... persistence is the key, no?
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