The first signs of periodontal disease usually begin with gingivitis; the gums appear reddened at the margins, slightly swollen and bleed when gently provoked by tooth brushing or flossing. It is often thought that brushing too hard causes bleeding gums — however, bleeding from the gum tissues is not normal and should be taken as a warning sign.
Bad breath and taste are also commonly associated with periodontal disease. As the disease progresses the gum tissues begin to recede, exposing root surfaces which may cause tooth sensitivity to temperature and pressure change. Gum tissues may start to lose their normally tight attachment to the tooth causing pocket formation, detectable by a dentist during periodontal probing. As pocket formation progresses, supporting bone loss may be noted around the teeth.
Abscess formation, the collection of pus pockets denoted by pain, swelling and discharge from the gum tissues is a later sign of disease. Ultimately looseness and drifting of teeth occur as bone is lost in more advanced degrees of disease and may also be apparent as eating becomes more difficult or uncomfortable.
Healing The Dr Sebi Way
All of our answers will be the same when it comes to disease. We are malnourished on a cellular level and from Dr Sebi’s perspective that there is only one disease, then we have to flush or rinse the mucus away while simultaneously nourishing the cells by eating a strict diet and applying some of Dr Sebi’s African Bio-mineral balance compounds.
The dentist industry have found periodontal a significant revenue attracting condition because the treatments that can be applied include:
Gum Graft Surgery
Dental Crown Lengthening
Pocket Reduction Procedures
Plastic Surgery Procedures
It is okay to see the Doctor for severe cases in order to get some professional attention towards cleaning the pockets around teeth to prevent damage to surrounding bone. Advanced cases may require surgery.
Since this is a preventable disease, we reverse it by changing the life style dealing with our eating habits. From the panel of resources dealing with Dr Sebi’s compounds I would recommend the following:
1. Gum rinsing and swishing with Eva salve.
2. Consuming Bromide Plus Powder TEA, twice – daily.
3. Green Food Plus and Chelation
4. Consume a minimum of 2 liters of water and a maximum of a gallon of water a day.
BE SURE TO CONSUME IRON
Also, since some professionals like to associate periodontal disease with genetic inheritance, this can be addressed by consuming alkaline teas rich in iron. Genetic disorders are related to a deprivation in the quality of blood in such a major way as seen in sickle cell anemia and Dr Se has reserved these conditions by providing large doses of iron. The lack of iron causes 40 manifestations of disease. Without iron, the body looses energy and the immune system begins to give way. The body naturally consumes or uses the amount of 3 table spoons of iron a day. Dr. Sebi recommends 2 table spoons 3 times a day.
FOOD WITH HIGH IRON CONTENT
Sarsasparilla – Highest content of iron.
Sarsil Berry – Berry from the plant of the sarsasparilla.
Guaco – It’s high in iron and strengthens the immune system. Has potassium phosphate.
Conconsa – An African plant. Has the highest concentration of potassium phosphate.
Lily of the Valley – Rich in iron fluorine and Potassium phosphate.
Purslane – Rich in iron.
Kale – Rich in iron.
Dandelion – Rich in iron.
Lams Quarters – Rich in iron.
Burdock – Rich in iron.
Blue Vervain – Rich in iron.
Yellow Dock – Rich in iron.
EFFECTS ON THE BODY
Periodontal Disease (PD) is known to contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease; increases the risk for strokes, pre-term births, and osteoporosis; and poses a serious threat to people whose health is already compromised due to diabetes, suppressed immune systems, and respiratory disorders. The inflammatory process associated with PD may also play a role in perpetuating or exacerbating other health conditions, including Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and arthritis.
Gum disease is said to be caused by bacteria. According to Dr. Sebi it is caused by acid and deprivation of oxygen in the mouth. Particularly eating foods rich in sulfites is responsible because sulfites remove oxygen from the body. When left unchecked, this acid condition as an erosion causes deep pockets between your teeth and gums. You may notice red, sore, or bleeding gums when this happens. The large amount of erosion causing gum disease enters the blood stream and the acid travels to other parts of the body. Harmful microbes from the mouth has been found in the heart, brain, lungs, and even placenta of pregnant women – acid. These particular microbes are not normally found in these locations under healthy conditions. As your body tries to get rid of this acid condition without the support of the African Bio Mineral Balance, the potential for other health problems such as heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, respiratory disease, and pregnancy complications increases.
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