Homeopathic help with chronic dental pain

Apparently, chronic gum problems as well as toothache respond well to homeopathic remedies. Compare homeopathic toothache remedies.

Cell salts
(synonyms: tissue salts/biochemic cell salts)

Developed by German physician Dr. Wilhelm Heinrich Schüßler (1821-1898, also spelled Schuessler in non-German texts), cell salts  are based on inorganic mineral salts and akin (but not fully identical) to homeopathic remedies (since their mode of action is not based on the homeopathic "like cures like" principle).

According to Schüßler's research, an imbalance or deficiency of any of 12 mineral salts at the cellular level can lead to sickness, and ingestion of the missing mineral(s) in the bio-available form of "cell salts" can restore the balance of these salts.

Schüßler's twelve tissue salts [Calcium fluoride (calc fluor), Calcium phosphate (calc phos), Calcium sulfate (calc sulph), Potassium chloride (kali mur), Potassium phosphate (kali phos), Potassium sulfate (kali sulph), Sodium phosphate (nat phos), Sodium sulfate (nat sulph), Sodium chloride (nat mur), Ferric pyrophosphate (ferrum phos), Magnesium phosphate (mag phos) and Silicon dioxide (silicea)] are available as tablets over the counter and on the internet.

The tablets can be dissolved in the mouth, or a glass of water to be drunk slowly over the day. Before swallowing you may wish to keep the liquid in your mouth for a while since the active substances are absorbed via the oral mucosa.

Tissue salt number 1, Calcium fluoride (calc fluor), is said to help with defective tooth enamel. Site visitor Annie Karl writes that she has used this cell salt to reverse a couple of cavities. She recommends to place three or four tablets on the tooth with a cavity and continue to do this several times throughout the day or before bedtime-until it reverses.

One can also place the tissue salt on the root of the tooth in the gum area (which may be more beneficial because according to what one dentist told her, cavities begin in the root[1]).

Please note: according to which source one reads, other tissue salts are also recommended for the above and similar purposes.

Tissue salt number 4, Potassium chloride (kali mur): according to several impressive testimonials I've read, taking Potassium chloride (kali mur) in high doses is powerfully effective against pus pockets in the tooth roots (infections in the jaw) while having no side effects. It supposedly works quickest and best when you take the tablets in hot water.

Allow ten tablets to dissolve in a cup of hot water (this will take a few minutes only, attention: never use a metal spoon to stir), then sip slowly and repeat several times a day. If you take too little, you may see no result, but with regular intake the pus pocket may heal up very quickly. You may see some pus being discharged in the process.

Tissue salt number 4 is said to work with infections that have progressed to the second stage (i.e. are no longer deeply red but have started to discharge) so it may be useful for a number of dental infections.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Potassium chloride (kali mur) is cell salt number 4 in Europe. In the US,  Potassium chloride (kali mur) is cell salt number 5.

Handling of remedies

Store homeopathic remedies in a cool dark place, protected from strong smells.

Footnote

1 If nothing else, this would be true insofar as the tooth is continually nourished, replenished and rebuilt from its inner pulp chamber residing in the root section (see illustration in Dental Glossary: Tooth). If the blood is lacking in nutrients essential for tooth health, the tooth will start to deteriorate (compare Book extract: Dr. Herbert Shelton on the real reasons for tooth decay).

Further "must-be-aware-of" insights into tooth nourishment from the inside out under Dentinal fluid transport - revolutionary theory of natural caries resistance and cariogenesis.

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