Tooth Ache

Toe To Head Pain

Tooth Ache

Before the pain becomes acute and excruciating, kill bacteria

of the mouth, including “tooth decay” and “tooth plaque”

frequencies (see frequency list, page 561). Make your dental

appointment immediately. If zapping bacteria several times in a

few hours relieves pain enough to get you through the night or

past the weekend, do not delay a single day. Zapping does not

reach into the middle of an abscess—it circles around, so some

bacteria are left to repopulate.

Try to understand the problem. If there are teeth with root

canals near the location of pain, extract them. The toxic materials

of the root canal jeopardize your total body health. Removing

them always helps and may let the jaw heal normally where they

were extracted. Since the pain is caused by a bulging infection

pressing on a jaw nerve, and because each tooth has a related

organ(s) it is especially important to clear up all infections to

protect these organs.

These relationships are not understood yet. Finding that teeth

have the same tissue frequency as some distant organ sheds a

little light on the situation. Until the meaning and function of these

frequencies is understood we can only guess that they interact

somehow. Bacteria have taken advantage of this common

resonance and have invaded both organs.

Heart infection by Staphylococcus aureus is an example. It is

a common heart bacterium, causing much of our heart ailments,

particularly mitral valve disease and irregularity problems. They

always derive from teeth, whether present or missing! After

wisdom teeth are extracted, the hole left in the jaw frequently

does not heal, it picks up Staphylococcus aureus from the mouth

and a chronic infection is started. For this reason it seems ill

advised to pull wisdom teeth if it isn't necessary.

Another heart bacterium, Nocardia, can originate in the teeth.

Nocardia can also invade the brain and nerves. Persons with

Parkinson's disease always harbor quite a population of

Nocardia. Zap all these bacteria before and after your dental

visits. Remember that killing bacteria in itself is not a panacea.

Pain and body damage will return unless you do the proper repair

and cleanup work.



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